Mar 17
COVID-19

Hello Sherwood Families,

Please note that as of 4:30pm on March 15, 2020, we were informed by our Provincial government that all classes for students are now canceled. 

We ask that parents await further messaging from the Calgary Board of Education. All information will be posted to the website and sent through School Messenger. Visit www.cbe.ab.ca for the most up to date information regarding school updates. 

I will send any Sherwood School specific information through School Messenger directly to families. 

Further information regardging learning will be updated as soon as available.

In the meantime, please take care of each other and your families and know that the Sherwood Staff community if thinking of you and your children.

Thank you all for your continued support. As always, we are stronger together.

Take Care,

Tracy Kohan, Principal

tckohan@cbe.ab.ca

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