Wednesday, January 16, 2019


January 16, 2019

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

Attention all football players:  There will be a football meeting at lunch today in the weight room.  We will start at 10:40 sharp, so don’t be late.  Bring your lunch with you. 1/16

There is a youth and government meeting in Mr. Nickel’s room (Room#102) at lunch today. We will be finalizing our bills.  1/16

Attention Olys! The week after finals week is spirit week! Spirit week pits each class against each other in a series of competitions, with the winning class earning free admission to the Blackout dance on Friday, February 1st! Dress up, be loud, and show your spirit all week to earn points for your class! 1/24

On Friday, February 1st, Sprague is hosting a “blackout” dance in the main gym. The dance will go from 8pm to 10:30pm. It will cost $5 with ASB or $8 without. The winning class for spirit week will get into the dance for free! 2/1

Congratulations to the #3 ranked Sprague wrestlers who finished 1st place at the Screaming Eagle Invitational this past weekend. The Olympians were led by placers  Roland Hare, Maximus Garrett, Devin Jeanes, Stan Cernev, Soren Sorensen, and Quincy Palomo who all placed in the top three of their weight classes. The Sprague wrestlers will next compete this Wednesday at South Salem. JV begins at 6 with varsity getting underway at 7. Great job this past weekend and good luck this Wednesday.

Hello Sprague bird people!  The birding club is meeting in Room 149 after school today so bring a jacket and join us! 1/16

There will be a Girls tennis meeting Thursday, January 24 in the Sprague library from 7:00 – 8:00 pm for anyone interested in going out for the tennis team. Both students and parents are encouraged to attend. 1/24

Support Oly Pageant by donating clothes in the main office, now through February 7. We're looking for skirts, jackets, accessories, shirts, pants, dresses, shorts, shoes, and bags! 

HOSA will be having their first meeting of 2019 today at lunch in room 18.  See you there!! 1/16

Attention SENIORS! You must go by room #141 to proof the Senior portrait section of the yearbook before it is published. You will be able to check your portrait photo and quote now and through the end of FINALS week. YOU MUST PROOF! IT IS VERY IMPORTANT! 1/18

Tuesday, January 15, 2019


January 15, 2019

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

Attention all football players:  There will be a football meeting at lunch on Wednesday, Jan 16th in the weight room.  We will start at 10:40 sharp, so don’t be late.  Bring your lunch with you. 1/16

An admissions counselor from the University of Oregon will be visiting our campus on today during 4th Period.  Any student interested in the University of Oregon can sign up through the ASPIRE website or see Ms. Dunn for more information. 1/15

Chain Reaction will be selling finals study packs during lunch TODAY in the commons on the stage for $4 a pack. You can buy one for yourself or for a friend. Come fill out the slip during lunch today to get one! They will be delivered Friday, January 18th.

There is a youth and government meeting in Mr. Nickel’s room (Room#102) at lunch Wednesday. We will be finalizing our bills.  1/16

Attention Olys! The week after finals week is spirit week! Spirit week pits each class against each other in a series of competitions, with the winning class earning free admission to the Blackout dance on Friday, February 1st! Dress up, be loud, and show your spirit all week to earn points for your class! 1/24

On Friday, February 1st, Sprague is hosting a “blackout” dance in the main gym. The dance will go from 8pm to 10:30pm. It will cost $5 with ASB or $8 without. The winning class for spirit week will get into the dance for free! 2/1

Congratulations to the #3 ranked Sprague wrestlers who finished 1st place at the Screaming Eagle Invitational this past weekend. The Olympians were led by tournament champions Aaron Joklur, Brock McMullen, Sylvio Moore, Bo Davis, Branden Buntjer, & David Sherman. The Sprague wrestlers will next compete this Wednesday at South Salem. JV begins at 6 with varsity getting underway at 7. Great job this past weekend and good luck this Wednesday. 1/15

Hello Sprague bird people!  The birding club is meeting in Room 149 after school on Wednesday so bring a jacket and join us! 1/16

There will be a Girls tennis meeting Thursday, January 24 in the Sprague library from 7:00 – 8:00 pm for anyone interested in going out for the tennis team. Both students and parents are encouraged to attend. 1/24

Bonjour Sprague! Are you a film fanatic? If so come to French Club TODAY at lunch in Madame Higgins Room (123) to learn about French films and movie stars! Bring your lunch and friends, everyone is welcome! 1/15

HOSA will be having their first meeting of 2019 this Wednesday in room 18.  See you there!! 1/16

Monday, January 14, 2019


January 14, 2019

Attention All Softball Players: The first open gym is today in the hitting barn from 6-8 pm.  See you there!

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

Attention all football players:  There will be a football meeting at lunch on Wednesday, Jan 16th in the weight room.  We will start at 10:40 sharp, so don’t be late.  Bring your lunch with you. 1/16

An admissions counselor from the University of Oregon will be visiting our campus on Tuesday, Jan 15th during 4th Period.  Any student interested in the University of Oregon can sign up through the ASPIRE website or see Ms. Dunn for more information. 1/14

Chain Reaction will be selling finals study packs during lunch TODAY in the commons on the stage for $4 a pack. You can buy one for yourself or for a friend. Come fill out the slip during lunch today to get one! They will be delivered Friday, January 18th.

Friday, January 11, 2019


January 11, 2019

Attention Students!  Are you interested in learning about what it takes to attend an Ivy League School?  Would you like to know what college by talking to a current college student?  Presentations are scheduled for Monday, January 14th starting at 7:30 a.m. in the library.  You may sign up through the ASPIRE website to attend one of the presentations.  You may also see Ms Dunn for further information. 1/11

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

An admissions counselor from the University of Oregon will be visiting our campus on Tuesday, Jan 15th during 4th Period.  Any student interested in the University of Oregon can sign up through the ASPIRE website or see Ms. Dunn for more information. 1/14

Attention all football players:  There will be a football meeting at lunch on Wednesday, Jan 16th in the weight room.  We will start at 10:40 sharp, so don’t be late.  Bring your lunch with you. 1/16

Chain Reaction will be selling finals study packs during lunch TODAY in the commons on the stage for $4 a pack. You can buy one for yourself or for a friend. Come fill out the slip during lunch today to get one! They will be delivered Friday, January 18th. 

ATTENTION ALL SOFTBALL PLAYERS:  THE FIRST OPEN GYM IS MONDAY, JANUARY 14TH IN THE HITTING BARN FROM 6-8 PM.  SEE YOU THERE! 1/14

The PBIS rewards store will be open today during lunch in the back of the main office.  New OLY gear has been recently added to the store.  Come and redeem your points!  Not sure how many points you have?  Check online or download the PBIS rewards student app.  Keep earning those points by Owning your Actions, Living a Life you are Proud of, and Saying Yes to Success!    




Thursday, January 10, 2019


January 10, 2019

Attention Students!  Are you interested in learning about what it takes to attend an Ivy League School?  Would you like to know what college by talking to a current college student?  Presentations are scheduled for Monday, January 14th starting at 7:30 a.m. in the library.  You may sign up through the ASPIRE website to attend one of the presentations.  You may also see Ms Dunn for further information. 1/11

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

An admissions counselor from the University of Oregon will be visiting our campus on Tuesday, Jan 15th during 4th Period.  Any student interested in the University of Oregon can sign up through the ASPIRE website or see Ms. Dunn for more information. 1/11

All students interested in playing softball in the spring, Coach Qualls is having a meeting on tonight at 6pm to review some items.  Please plan on attending with your family.  The meeting will be held in the library. 1/10

You’ve heard of Manga Club- now get ready for Mango Club! Mango club meets twice a month to celebrate everything mango.  Stop by to eat mango foods, watch mango-related media, and celebrate mango culture.  We will be meeting Monday, January 14th in room 9 after school to drink mango smoothies and watch the classic Seinfeld episode titled “the mango” All are welcome so come on down!

Congratulations to your number 4 ranked Sprague wrestlers who defeated McKay last night 59-12 on senior night. The Olympians were led by seniors Aaron Joklur, Maximus Garrett, & Daniel McClung who all scored bonus points with their victories. Nearly $50 of Dutch Bros was handed out to students in attendance due to the large number of pins. The JV improved to 2-0 on the season with a 42-21 victory. The next home wrestling meet is the MVC Tournament in February. Great job wrestlers and good luck with the remainder of your season.

Sprague's Advanced Constitutional Law class/team did amazing last night at the We the People Regional competition! The judges were incredibly impressed and Sprague even was awarded “Winner” of Unit 3! If you see any Con Law team members congratulate them on their achievement!

Please excuse the swim team today at 12:15 for their 2pm meet against West Salem. Go Olys!


Wednesday, January 9, 2019


January 9, 2019

Attention Students!  Are you interested in learning about what it takes to attend an Ivy League School?  Would you like to know what college by talking to a current college student?  Presentations are scheduled for Monday, January 14th starting at 7:30 a.m. in the library.  You may sign up through the ASPIRE website to attend one of the presentations.  You may also see Ms Dunn for further information. 1/11

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

An admissions counselor from the University of Oregon will be visiting our campus on Tuesday, Jan 15th during 4th Period.  Any student interested in the University of Oregon can sign up through the ASPIRE website or see Ms. Dunn for more information. 1/11

All students interested in playing softball in the spring, Coach Qualls is having a meeting on Thursday night, Jan 10th at 6pm to review some items.  Please plan on attending with your family.  The meeting will be held in the library. 1/10

Sprague's Advanced Constitutional Law team will compete tonight at the We the People Regional competition! Sprague is the first school in Salem-Keizer School District to have a competitive team and will be the only school outside of the Portland-Metro area competing. Tonight students will showcase their expertise while being questioned by a panel of judges testing student's knowledge. The competition will begin at 5:30PM at Lake Oswego High School. If you see an Advanced Con Law student today, wish them luck!



Tuesday, January 8, 2019


January 8, 2019

Attention Students!  Are you interested in learning about what it takes to attend an Ivy League School?  Would you like to know what college by talking to a current college student?  Presentations are scheduled for Monday, January 14th starting at 7:30 a.m. in the library.  You may sign up through the ASPIRE website to attend one of the presentations.  You may also see Ms Dunn for further information. 1/11

Key Club is still collecting coats and other warm clothes until January 18th.  Also, due to the fact that all humans need to be warm, we will accept coats of all sizes – even the small ones that your little brothers or sisters wore in kindergarten. So clean out your closets and bring in the extra coats and jackets that are just taking up space anyway, and feel good knowing that your donation will be keeping someone warm. 1/18

An admissions counselor from the University of Oregon will be visiting our campus on Tuesday, Jan 15th during 4th Period.  Any student interested in the University of Oregon can sign up through the ASPIRE website or see Ms. Dunn for more information. 1/11

Chain Reaction will now be meeting on Tuesdays. Come and join us in Mrs. Wunderlich’s room (room# 156) to help with our plans for the New Year.

Please excuse the JV and Varsity boys and girls basketball players this morning at 10:30 for their trip to Bend.  Freshman teams play tonight at Sprague. Go Olys!!

Attention Swimmers: Your practice has been cancelled today.