Dec 17
Winter Break Message 2021

Dear Sherwood Archer Families,

We’ve made it to Break! It has been a very interesting year-we continue to wear masks and use hand sanitizer hundreds of times a day. With cohorts continued and classrooms as homes, we added some sports (#GoArchers, #ArcherProud) with volleyball games. We are so happy that we are able to be together in person this year and continue our work to support our Sherwood students. We have had many changes with so many Sher-Babies added to our family this year and this has provided the opportunity to add many new faces to our Sherwood team.

Connection … Connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” – Brené Brown 

We are truly grateful for the connections we have made with your children and with all of our families this school year and we look forward to what the new calendar year will bring for us all. From all of us at Sherwood School, we wish you and your families a wonder-filled holiday. Whatever your winter break traditions are, we hope you are able to take time to enjoy a little quiet, the sparkle of the snow, some laughter and cheer, remember to be kind to yourself and each other. Most important of all, take time to rest and rejuvenate so we can hit the ground running as we head into a new calendar year. We wish you all the best of the season and a Happy New Year. Here is to incredible things for us all in 2022.

This holiday season and winter break to take care of yourselves and each other. So… “Tag! You're It Sherwood families!".

Wising you all a safe and happy holiday season and winter break.

Tracy Kohan

Principal, Sherwood School


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