Read about school options on the County’s Public Education page. Sherman County also has an active home-schooling population, with a variety of resources included on that page.
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Regional research options include the Planetree Health and Medical Resources Library in The Dalles, Oregon’s Online State Digital Library, and the Libraries of Eastern Oregon.
The former North Sherman Elementary School facility is now owned by the City of Wasco and known as the Wasco School Events Center. The property, at 903 Barnett Street in Wasco, is now home to the Wasco Community Library. The school’s office areas and gym also are available for private business rental and special events. If … Continued
Sherman County 4-H camp is held the third week of June at the Camp Morrow lakeside facility outside of Wamic. Youth in 4th, 5th, and 6th grade may attend, and attendees do not need to be 4-H members. Cost in 2017 was $100 for 3 days/2 nights. The registration form is at http://extension.oregonstate.edu/sherman/4h-youth.
February 15 is the last day to enroll in 4-H within Sherman County for this year. Contact Cindy Brown at Oregon State University to begin that process: (541) 565-3230 or email@example.com. The 4-H year officially begins in October and runs through September. Sherman County 4-H enrollments are done in January of each year. Cost is … Continued
Contact Sherman County School at (541) 565-3500.
There are at least three child care centers in Sherman County. In Moro there’s Sherman County Preschool, (541) 565-3320, and Little Wheats, (541) 565-3152. In Wasco, there’s ABC Huskies Child Care (run by the Sherman County Child Care Foundation), (541) 442-5024.
Sherman County School shares its campus with the Sherman Public/School Library, 65912 High School Loop in Moro. There you’ll find a number of Sherman County Public/School Library Youth Programs (announced on Facebook) throughout the year.
The Sherman Public/School Library is adjacent to the Sherman Junior/Senior High School, 65912 High School Loop in Moro. This library provides information resources and services to the public and to students and faculty of the Sherman County School District. The library houses a collection of nearly 12,000 books as well as audio books, CDs, DVDs, … Continued
There is an electronic law library at the Sherman County Courthouse located in the District Attorney’s Office (open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Patrons will be given a username and password to log onto a computer-assisted legal research program called LexisNexis. Some law and reference titles also may be found at … Continued