Welcome to the Sherwood Counseling Department

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Sherwood Counseling Department Mission Statement:  
 
The mission of the Sherwood Counseling Services Department is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that addresses the personal/social, academic, and college/career needs of all students.  We are committed to supporting all students in their quest to become educated and responsible citizens, and to assist them in acquiring the skills needed to succeed in our ever-changing society. 

Contact:
Hours:   7:00am-3:30pm
Office:   301-924-3210    
Fax:      301-924-3220
 
Individual Counseling "Check In" Hours:   Thursday 11:30-12:30
 
 
 
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Sherwood´s Special Website During COVID-19 Closure

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SAT DAY for all Juniors is now open.  Click here for more information.

 

NEW VIRTUAL SSL OPPORTUNITIES

Choose Respect RespectFest (April 18-23, 2021) - This year’s RespectFest will be held virtually and will include opportunities to learn about dating violence prevention and resources in the community. Students may earn up to 5 SSL hours for participating in virtual sessions and activities.

  • SMOB Town Hall - March 24, 2021 (7 PM - 8 PM) The Student Member of the Board is hosting a one-hour student town hall meeting to share details about the upcoming return to school. School leaders will ask questions to MCPS staff to learn more about the daily operations, technology, instruction and learning, athletics and extracurricular activities, as well as mental health supports for students. Middle school and high school students may earn SSL hours for attending and participating in follow-up advocacy action.
  • SMOB Candidates Fireside Chat - April 14, 2021 (6 PM - 7:30 PM)The Special Election Committee (SEC) is hosting a SMOB Candidates Fireside Chat Town Hall meeting to provide an opportunity for students to meet the two Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB) finalists, hear them address questions shared by the audience, and become an informed voter for the SMOB election. Middle school and high school students may earn SSL hours for attending and participating in follow-up advocacy action.