No school Feb. 17 through Feb. 21, for the mid-winter break.
Tuesday, Feb. 18 through Friday, Feb. 21: The district office will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Early and Extended Learning Mid-winter Break Camp will be open from Tuesday, Feb. 18 through Friday, Feb. 21.
School will be back in session Monday, Feb. 24.
Sherwood Forest Elementary

Sherwood Forest is one of 16 elementary schools in the Bellevue School District. We are lucky to have a variety of programs that serve the needs of our students.  We house a centered Special Education program as well as a Beginning Level English Language Learner Program.  We also have a preschool program on our school campus.  In addition, we have additional supports for students through our English as a Second Language Program, Title I, Learning Assistance Programs.  Through these programs we support struggling students in reading, math, and language development both during the school day and in an extended day Math Club.  We also have many VIBES and parent volunteers who work with our school to support our students.  All staff at Sherwood Forest are committed to working collaboratively to provide the highest quality education for all students in our school.  We appreciate our partnerships with our community and believe that connection with students’ families plays a key role in academic success.  Thank you for sharing your children with Sherwood Forest each day.

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Sherwood Forest Vision Statement

At Sherwood Forest, we are a team of learners who work cooperatively and persistently towards our goals in college, career, and life.

We commit to character development through:

  • The use of the three personal standards (make good decisions, solve problems, show respect) throughout the school.
  • Focusing on the “Virtue of the Month” to support continual character development.
  • Addressing others by name.

We commit to college readiness through:

  • Speaking and writing in complete sentences.
  • Always putting forth our best effort, including staying on task, listening to others, using college vocabulary, working cooperatively, and showing persistence with difficult tasks.
  • Seeing that every student will be proficient in every subject.

We commit to consistent school wide routines through:

  • Meeting students at the door and greeting them by name every morning.
  • Beginning the first 20 days of the school year with school-wide class meeting lessons.
  • Fostering independence in students.

We commit to positive behavior management through:

  • A positive behavior management plan that includes pre-established guidelines for management of behaviors for effective use of our Guidance Team.
  • Being self-managers of our own behaviors and demonstrating behaviors that will help students be successful in college, career and life.
  • Using positive reinforcement techniques to promote confidence and clearly establishing and recognizing those positive behaviors in our students that will help them become successful in college, career and life.