Welcome to Sherwood School District’s (SSD’s) Healthy Schools page!
Our partner Sherwood Charter School maintains their own Healthy and Safe Schools Plan on their website (see links below).
Sherwood School Districts Healthy and Safe Schools Plan
Water Quality Testing
Elevated levels of lead in water used for drinking or food preparation
This section contains updates and answers to questions the community may have about drinking water in Sherwood School District (SSD) buildings.
SSD is not a purveyor of our own drinking water. The City of Sherwood is the purveyor of domestic water for SSD, and for questions about the water supply please visit the City of Sherwood website at City of Sherwood – Your Water.
See the links below for detailed information about water quality testing within SSD.
Water Quality Test Results
Lead Paint Information
The Renovation, Repair and Painting Program Rule requires that individuals and firms conducting renovation, repair and painting projects on pre-1978 homes and child-occupied facilities (child care and schools) be certified to follow lead-safe work practices. For more information on this rule, you can visit the following website: Oregon Health Authority (OHA)
In order to comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Program (RRP) Rule, Sherwood School District will utilize district staff that are certified to perform RRP work. The district maintenance department has a designated lead paint specialist who is EPA RRP certified and is responsible for in-house repairs and painting.
In the case of large scale painting or renovation projects involving contractors the district will contract only with RRP certified contractors.
Painted or coated surfaces in work areas impacted by renovation, repair, and painting activities are tested for lead on a case by case basis.
Sherwood School District has eight facilities; Sherwood High School, Sherwood Middle School, Ridges Elementary, Archer Glen Elementary, Middleton Elementary and Hawks View Elementary schools, the District Office building and Transportation (Cipole) building.
SSD contracts with PBS Environmental to perform required inspections of the Asbestos-Containing Materials in Schools per regulations. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) are the authorities that regulate asbestos and the ACM’s are regularly inspected and maintained in compliance with EPA and DEQ regulations. Sherwood School District takes actions consistent with DEQ and EPA guidelines to ensure the health and safety of students and staff.
Asbestos Test Results
Below are the radon results from the District-wide testing that occurred between December 1, 2020 and December 3, 2020 by PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc.
Radon Test Results
Integrated Pest Management