Friday, January 29, 2010

Finals period 7 and 8


Period 7 7:50 – 9:15
Period 8 9:30 – 10:55
Buses depart 11:00 a.m.

Monday, February 1
No students---Grading day for teachers


Have you bought your 09-10 yearbook? During finals week receive a $5 discount. You can buy your yearbook from the bookkeeper in the business office for $60. Yearbooks will be available this May! (1/29)

Send a flower to your sweetie, February 4th through February 12th. Send one to a Sprague student for just $2.00, and $3.00 to send one to a South student. Don’t miss your chance to send a valigram to someone special! (2/11)
Please return all library books and textbooks to the library as soon as you are finished with your exams. We currently have over ten thousand textbooks and library books out and about! We have students that will need the text languishing in your locker or under your bed. Thank you from the entire library staff. (1/29)

Counselors will not be calling students out of class during finals. You may stop by to see your counselors during lunch or after school each day. (1/29)

Next week is Spirit Week! February 2nd it begins.
Tuesday: Is fake an injury day.
Wednesday: Is winter pajama day.
Thursday: Is stoplight day. Wear green if you’re single, red if you are in a relationship and yellow if it’s complicated.
Friday: Is dress code approved Spirit Day.
Show your Oly spirit!

STUDENTS WHO RIDE THE CHERRIOTS BUS:
Cherriots operations staff has asked that we pass on to you…
“Bus riders should wait until the bus pulls away, then cross at a crosswalk.
Cherriots buses are not another school bus.”

Spring Sports: It is time again for Track, Tennis, Golf, Softball and Baseball. Pick up your paperwork in the Attendance/Athletics Office now.(2/5)

Good luck Varsity Wrestlers today and tomorrow at Resers Tournament.
Swimming is at Olinger against South Salem at 2:30.
Girls Basketball is at home with Redmond tonight, Freshmen at 5:15, JV and 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00.
Boys Basketball travels to Redmond. Go Olys!

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Finals period 4,5 and 6


Period 4 7:50 – 9:15
Period 5 9:35 – 11:00
Period 6 11:20 – 12:45
Buses depart 1:00 p.m.


Have you bought your 09-10 yearbook? During finals week receive a $5 discount. You can buy your yearbook from the bookkeeper in the business office for $60. Yearbooks will be available this May! (1/29)

The Outreach Club will have a meeting in room 6, Mr. Lake's classroom, today, January 28th, at 12:45. (1/28)
Send a flower to your sweetie, February 4th through February 12th. Send one to a Sprague student for just $2.00, and $3.00 to send one to a South student. Don’t miss your chance to send a valigram to someone special! (2/11)
Please return all library books and textbooks to the library as soon as you are finished with your exams. We currently have over ten thousand textbooks and library books out and about! We have students that will need the text languishing in your locker or under your bed. Thank you from the entire library staff. (1/29)

Counselors will not be calling students out of class during finals. You may stop by to see your counselors during lunch or after school each day. (1/29)

Next week is Spirit Week! February 2nd it begins.
Tuesday: Is fake an injury day.
Wednesday: Is winter pajama day.
Thursday: Is stoplight day. Wear green if you’re single, red if you are in a relationship and yellow if it’s complicated.
Friday: Is dress code approved Spirit Day.
Show your Oly spirit!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Finals period 1,2 and 3


Period 1 7:50 – 9:15
Period 2 9:35 – 11:00
Period 3 11:20 – 12:45
Buses depart 1:00 p.m.


Have you bought your 09-10 yearbook? During finals week receive a $5 discount. You can buy your yearbook from the bookkeeper in the business office for $60. Yearbooks will be available this May! (1/29)

The Outreach Club will have a meeting in room 6, Mr. Lake's classroom, Thursday, January 28th, at 12:45. (1/28)
Send a flower to your sweetie, February 4th through February 12th. Send one to a Sprague student for just $2.00, and $3.00 to send one to a South student. Don’t miss your chance to send a valigram to someone special! (2/11)
Please return all library books and textbooks to the library as soon as you are finished with your exams. We currently have over ten thousand textbooks and library books out and about! We have students that will need the text languishing in your locker or under your bed. Thank you from the entire library staff. (1/29)

Counselors will not be calling students out of class during finals. You may stop by to see your counselors during lunch or after school each day. (1/29)

Next week is Spirit Week! February 2nd it begins.
Tuesday: Is fake an injury day.
Wednesday: Is winter pajama day.
Thursday: Is stoplight day. Wear green if you’re single, red if you are in a relationship and yellow if it’s complicated.
Friday: Is dress code approved Spirit Day.
Show your Oly spirit!

Friday, January 22, 2010

A Day Advisory Schedule

Word of the Week: - mettle (pronounced - met al) noun 1) characteristic disposition or temperament 2) spirit; courage
Despite all the obstacles in his way, his mettle led him to conquer his fears.(1/22)

It's finals again, and you know what that means. Speech Team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts between and after finals next Wednesday and Thursday. They will be sold by the main office. One dollar will net you one doughnut, or 2 dollars will get you three. You can also pre-order with Mr. Curry now in room 109. Come support Oly Forensics and enjoy some good eats during finals week.(1/22)

The Salem Fire Department will burn a house next to the Lancaster Professional Center as part of their training efforts. If you have an interest in fire safety as a career and would be interested in watching the event and being addressed by the training chief on what it takes to be a fire fighter .This actually is going to be pretty exciting. The event will be on Saturday, January 23, from 8-12 and they will ignite the house three times with the last burn being a controlled burn to let the house burn completely. If you are interested-please see Mrs. Arnold in room 136.(1/22)

Who can buy the most yearbooks? Freshmen? Sophomores?Juniors? Seniors?
Our yearbook staff is keeping track! The winners will get into the preview party for free and you will get your yearbook a week earlier than everyone else!!!

The Outreach Club will have a meeting in room 6, Mr. Lake's classroom, next Thursday, January 28th, at 12:45.





Thursday, January 21, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: - mettle (pronounced - met al) noun 1) characteristic disposition or temperament 2) spirit; courage
It takes real mettle to become an Olympic athlete. (1/21)

The Sprague Lacrosse registration meeting will be held today, January 21 at 7:00 P.M. in the Sprague Library. Practice begins February 22. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please send an email to spraguelax@gmail.com for information. (1/21)

Attention all boys interested in playing golf this spring. There will be a short informational meeting in Mr. Carnahan's room, portable 32, on Thursday at 2:40. Please contact Mr. Carnahan if you are unable to attend.(1/21)

It's finals again, and you know what that means. Speech Team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts between and after finals next Wednesday and Thursday. They will be sold by the main office. One dollar will net you one doughnut, or 2 dollars will get you three. You can also pre-order with Mr. Curry now in room 109. Come support Oly Forensics and enjoy some good eats during finals week.(1/22)

There will be a Global Relief Club meeting after school today in Mr. Masten's room (Port. 30). See you there. (1/21)
Love Boxes - The Outreach Club will be packing Love Boxes today, January 21, from 5:30-8:00. The Box packing party will be packing approx 600 boxes. The 162nd Engineer Company out of Dallas, Oregon with approx. 100 soldiers will just be setting up in tents in the middle of the Afghanistan winter so we will be sending them boxes of hand warmers and wool socks in addition to our goodies. See Mr. Lake if you wish to attend.(1/21)
Canned Food Drive - The Outreach Club is hosting a canned food drive for extra credit between now and the end of finals. Please ask your teacher for details. If you want to drop off canned food, bring it to Mr. Lake’s classroom, room 6 in the Pit.(1/21)
The Salem Fire Department will burn a house next to the Lancaster Professional Center as part of their training efforts. If you have an interest in fire safety as a career and would be interested in watching the event and being addressed by the training chief on what it takes to be a fire fighter .This actually is going to be pretty exciting. The event will be on Saturday, January 23, from 8-12 and they will ignite the house three times with the last burn being a controlled burn to let the house burn completely. If you are interested-please see Mrs. Arnold in room 136.(1/22)

Varsity boy’s basketball players need to be released at 1:15 today.

Attention all freshmen! Need a little extra help studying for finals? Come to the library today for Cocoa and Cram. The Link Leaders will be there to help you study and answer your questions. There will cookies and hot chocolate too! See you there.






Wednesday, January 20, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: - mettle (pronounced - met al) noun 1) characteristic disposition or temperament 2) spirit; courage
As the bully attempted to provoke the small boy, it took all of his mettle to simply walk away with dignity. (1/20)

Musical Auditions are here! Starting today auditions kick off for “Guys and Dolls” Sprague’s theater production. Come prepared with a short song, a monologue and ready to dance. Maybe you’re Sprague’s next star!
Auditions run from 2:45 to 5:15 today, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sprague Pantheon. Come see Ms. Lee in Room 162 with any questions.(1/19)

Attention Snowriders, another 2 inches of snow expected today. The snowrider trip is going up to Mt. Hood this Saturday night. The deadline for applications is today. Get forms from Mr. Hatz in room 15A today.

The Sprague Lacrosse registration meeting will be held this Thursday, January 21 at 7:00 P.M. in the Sprague Library. Practice begins February 22. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please send an email to spraguelax@gmail.com for information. (1/21)

Attention all boys interested in playing golf this spring. There will be a short informational meeting in Mr. Carnahan's room, portable 32, on Thursday at 2:40. Please contact Mr. Carnahan if you are unable to attend.(1/21)

Have you lost a sweatshirt or coat at Sprague lately? There is quite a large pile growing in the Attendance Office. Check it out now!

It's finals again, and you know what that means. Speech Team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts between and after finals next Wednesday and Thursday. They will be sold by the main office. One dollar will net you one doughnut, or 2 dollars will get you three. You can also pre-order with Mr. Curry now in room 109. Come support Oly Forensics and enjoy some good eats during finals week.(1/22)

The Sprague Robotics club is starting its season. Come to Room 152 after school on Tuesdays or see
Mr. Johnston for details.(1/20)

There will be a Global Relief Club meeting after school Thursday in Mr. Masten's room (Port. 30). See you there. (1/21)
Love Boxes - The Outreach Club will be packing Love Boxes on Thursday, January 21, from 5:30-8:00. The Box packing party will be packing approx 600 boxes. The 162nd Engineer Company out of Dallas, Oregon with approx. 100 soldiers will just be setting up in tents in the middle of the Afghanistan winter so we will be sending them boxes of hand warmers and wool socks in addition to our goodies. See Mr. Lake if you wish to attend.(1/21)
Canned Food Drive - The Outreach Club is hosting a canned food drive for extra credit between now and the end of finals. Please ask your teacher for details. If you want to drop off canned food, bring it to Mr. Lake’s classroom, room 6 in the Pit.(1/21)
The Salem Fire Department will burn a house next to the Lancaster Professional Center as part of their training efforts. If you have an interest in fire safety as a career and would be interested in watching the event and being addressed by the training chief on what it takes to be a fire fighter .This actually is going to be pretty exciting. The event will be on Saturday, January 23, from 8-12 and they will ignite the house three times with the last burn being a controlled burn to let the house burn completely. If you are interested-please see Mrs. Arnold in room 136.






Tuesday, January 19, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: - mettle (pronounced - met al) noun 1) characteristic disposition or temperament 2) spirit; courage
Whether or not he was willing to try to redeem his good name depended upon his mettle.(1/19)

Musical Auditions are here! Starting today auditions kick off for “Guys and Dolls” Sprague’s theater production. Come prepared with a short song, a monologue and ready to dance. Maybe you’re Sprague’s next star!
Auditions run from 2:45 to 5:15 today, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sprague Pantheon. Come see Ms. Lee in Room 162 with any questions.(1/19)

Attention Snowriders---- 3-5 inches of snow expected today, another 2 inches tomorrow. The snowrider trip is going up to Mt. Hood this Saturday night. The deadline for applications has been moved to tomorrow. Get forms from Mr. Hatz in room 15A today.

Environmental Club: Plan to meet today, January 19th in Room 155 for a yearbook picture, remember to wear your t-shirt. (1/19)

Have you lost a sweatshirt or coat at Sprague lately? There is quite a large pile growing in the Attendance Office. Check it out now!

Working FAFSA NIGHT
South Salem High School, Library Computer Lab
Tonight, January 19, 2010
6:30-8:30 p.m.
This is an important event for parents of college-bound seniors.
You will receive step-by-step help in filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This application is required by ALL colleges and universities.
If possible, please go online at www.pin.ed.gov to apply for a PIN number prior to January 19. Both student and parent will need a pin number. Bring social security numbers for parents and student, the PIN numbers, and your 2008 tax return.
Presenters: From Chemeketa Community College. More information available in the CRIC-room 136.(1/19)

It's finals again, and you know what that means. Speech Team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts between and after finals next Wednesday and Thursday. They will be sold by the main office. One dollar will net you one doughnut, or 2 dollars will get you three. You can also pre-order with Mr. Curry now in room 109. Come support Oly Forensics and enjoy some good eats during finals week.(1/22)

The Sprague Robotics club is starting its season. Come to Room 152 after school on Tuesdays or see
Mr. J. for details.(1/20)

Congratulations to the following members of the Speech and Debate Squad for their outstanding work last Saturday at Glencoe High School. Troy Sorenson placed 2nd in senior division expository speaking. And Robyn Helwig placed 3rd in senior division poetry interpretation and 1st in senior division After Dinner Speaking. Great job Oly Speechies

Congratulations to the Sprague wrestling team for finishing 2nd at the Capital City Classic.
Sprague had two champions - Senior Yulerik Sorensen and sophomore Brandon Griffin.
Sprague also had two runner-ups junior Chris Cardenas, sophomore Alex Funk and senior Josh Gaskin.
Other placers....

Jordan Giza - 3rd
Bryce Landolt - 4th
David Bass - 5th
Adolfo Aldana - 5th
Cliff Baxter - 5th
Tyler Spragg - 6th
Max Hollis - 5th



Friday, January 15, 2010

A Day Assembly Schedule

Word of the Week: - hindrance (pronounced - hin drenz) noun 1) an impeding, stopping, preventing 2) the state of being delayed
The final hindrance to the completion of the new sports complex was adequate financing.(1/15)

Counselors are working on semester 2 schedules and will call students up if there is a hole, conflict or class that students should not be in. Otherwise, students will have the chance to make elective class changes in mini arena held on days 3 and 4 of semester 2. Elective class selections are based on student requests from last spring. (1/14)

Musical Auditions are here! Starting January 19th auditions kick off for “Guys and Dolls” Sprague’s theater production. Come prepared with a short song, a monologue and ready to dance. Maybe you’re Sprague’s next star!
Auditions run from 2:45 to 5:15 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sprague Pantheon. Come see Ms. Lee in Room 162 with any questions.(1/19)

All Outreach Club members there is a meeting today in Mr. Lakes room, Room 6 at 2:45. Please be in attendance as we will be talking about Union Gospel Mission kitchen soup help. (1/14)

The Night Snowrider trip is scheduled and going to Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday Jan. 23rd . $35 for bus and lift. See Mr. Hatz in room 15A for applications and information as soon as possible. Deadline for Money is Tuesday Jan. 19th. The snow is deep, grab a friend and make the leap. That’s Saturday Night Jan. 23rd for the snowriders trip. (1/23)

Environmental Club: Plan to meet next Tuesday, January 19th in Room 155 for a yearbook picture, remember to wear your t-shirt. (1/19)

Have you lost a sweatshirt or coat at Sprague lately? There is quite a large pile growing in the Attendance Office. Check it out now! (1/15)

Working FAFSA NIGHT
South Salem High School, Library Computer Lab
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
6:30-8:30 p.m.
This is an important event for parents of college-bound seniors.
You will receive step-by-step help in filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This application is required by ALL colleges and universities.
If possible, please go online at www.pin.ed.gov to apply for a PIN number prior to January 19. Both student and parent will need a pin number. Bring social security numbers for parents and student, the PIN numbers, and your 2008 tax return.
Presenters: From Chemeketa Community College. More information available in the CRIC-room 136.(1/19)

It's finals again, and you know what that means. Speech Team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts between and after finals on Wednesday and Thursday. They will be sold by the main office. 1 dollar will net you one doughnut, or 2 dollars will get you three. You can also pre-order with Mr. Curry now in room 109. Come support Oly Forensics and enjoy some good eats during finals week.(1/22)

Congratulations to the Sprague wrestlers defeating cross town rivals number 3 ranked West Salem 37-31. The Olys were lead by Senior Adolpho Aldana, Sophomore Brennon Ridling and Sophomore Brandon Griffin. The Olys had an the quickest pin of the night with junior Jordan Giza. The #6 ranked Olys remain undefeated in league with only one more dual with McKay. The JV's also remain undefeated in league with a 64 to 23 win over the Titans


Thursday, January 14, 2010

Word of the Week: - hindrance (pronounced - hin drenz) noun 1) an impeding, stopping, preventing 2) the state of being delayed
The cat twining between his legs proved a hindrance as he climbed the stairs.(1/14)

Counselors are working on semester 2 schedules and will call students up if there is a hole, conflict or class that students should not be in. Otherwise, students will have the chance to make elective class changes in mini arena held on days 3 and 4 of semester 2. Elective class selections are based on student requests from last spring. (1/14)

Sprague Olympians! Tomorrow, January 15th marks the first Oly Nation Friday! An exciting phenomenon here at Sprague where we all show our SHS pride by dressing up and spreading the Oly spirit.(1/14)

Musical Auditions are here! Starting January 19th auditions kick off for “Guys and Dolls” Sprague’s theater production. Come prepared with a short song, a monologue and ready to dance. Maybe you’re Sprague’s next star!
Auditions run from 2:45 to 5:15 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sprague Pantheon. Come see Ms. Lee in Room 162 with any questions.(1/19)

All Outreach Club members there is a meeting today in Mr. Lakes room, Room 6 at 2:45. Please be in attendance as we will be talking about Union Gospel Mission kitchen soup help. (1/14)

The Night Snowrider trip is scheduled and going to Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday Jan. 23rd . $35 for bus and lift. See Mr. Hatz in room 15A for applications and information as soon as possible. Deadline for Money is Tuesday Jan. 19th. The snow is deep, grab a friend and make the leap. That’s Saturday Night Jan. 23rd for the snowriders trip. (1/23)

Environmental Club: Plan to meet next Tuesday, January 19th in Room 155 for a yearbook picture, remember to wear your t-shirt. (1/19)

Have you lost a sweatshirt or coat at Sprague lately? There is quite a large pile growing in the Attendance Office. Check it out now! (1/15)

There will be a Manga Club meeting TODAY after school from 2:45-3:45 in the Library. We will be hosting a Japanese teacher once again. Please come and participate in the fun activities. (1/14)

Tonight the number 3 ranked Titans of West Salem will travel over and take on our own number 6 ranked Olys. The match starts at 7:15. The dual will have some great match-ups. State Champion Alex Elder will take on #4 ranked Yulerik Sorensen, also state runner up Blake Borsberry will wrestle #5 ranked Tyler Spragg, Sprague's 8th ranked Heavy weight Josh Gaskin will also have a key match with #1 ranked Scott Krysella. Both teams are undefeated in league, should be a great match! This is will the last time our seniors wrestle a home dual here at Sprague! (1/14)

Attention wrestlers!
Varsity and JV wrestlers need to be here at 4:30. Regular practice for the novice wrestlers!!(1/14)

Working FAFSA NIGHT
South Salem High School, Library Computer Lab
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
6:30-8:30 p.m.
This is an important event for parents of college-bound seniors.
You will receive step-by-step help in filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This application is required by ALL colleges and universities.
If possible, please go online at www.pin.ed.gov to apply for a PIN number prior to January 19. Both student and parent will need a pin number. Bring social security numbers for parents and student, the PIN numbers, and your 2008 tax return.
Presenters: From Chemeketa Community College. More information available in the CRIC-room 136.(1/19)

It's finals again, and you know what that means. Speech Team will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts between and after finals on Wednesday and Thursday. They will be sold by the main office. 1 dollar will net you one doughnut, or 2 dollars will get you three. You can also pre-order with Mr. Curry now in room 109. Come support Oly Forensics and enjoy some good eats during finals week.(1/22)



Wednesday, January 13, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: - hindrance (pronounced - hin drenz) noun 1) an impeding, stopping, preventing 2) the state of being delayed
Although a talented politician in many respects, his dishonesty was his biggest hindrance.(1/13)

Attention all Link Members! There will be a mandatory meeting today, January 13th in
Ms. Connolly’s room during both lunches. Please talk to Ms. Connolly if you can’t make it but remember, mandatory means you cannot miss it! (1/13)

Counselors are working on semester 2 schedules and will call students up if there is a hole, conflict or class that students should not be in. Otherwise, students will have the chance to make elective class changes in mini arena held on days 3 and 4 of semester 2. Elective class selections are based on student requests from last spring. (1/14)

Sprague Olympians! This Friday, January 15th marks the first Oly Nation Friday! An exciting phenomenon here at Sprague where we all show our SHS pride by dressing up and spreading the Oly spirit.(1/14)

Musical Auditions are here! Starting January 19th auditions kick off for “Guys and Dolls” Sprague’s theater production. Come prepared with a short song, a monologue and ready to dance. Maybe you’re Sprague’s next star!
Auditions run from 2:45 to 5:15 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sprague Pantheon. Come see Ms. Lee in Room 162 with any questions.(1/19)

All Outreach Club members there is a meeting this Thursday in Mr. Lakes room, Room 6 at 2:45. Please be in attendance as we will be talking about Union Gospel Mission kitchen soup help. (1/14)

The Sprague Book Club will meet in the library today, January 13 at from 2:45-3:45. Please bring the classic you would like to discuss as well as ideas for our next read! (1/13)

The Night Snowrider trip is scheduled and going to Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday Jan. 23rd . $35 for bus and lift. See Mr. Hatz in room 15A for applications and information as soon as possible. Deadline for Money is Tuesday Jan. 19th. The snow is deep, grab a friend and make the leap. That’s Saturday Night Jan. 23rd for the snowriders trip. (1/19)

Environmental Club: Plan to meet next Tuesday, January 19th in Room 155 for a yearbook picture, remember to wear your t-shirt. (1/19)





Tuesday, January 12, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: - hindrance (pronounced - hin drenz) noun 1) an impeding, stopping, preventing 2) the state of being delayed
One hindrance to really enjoying the concert was the couple talking in front of me.(1/12)

There will be an environmental Club meeting today, January 12th in Room 155 after school. Everyone is welcome.(1/12)

Hello Sprague American Sign Language enthusiasts! The ASL Club will meet today, the 12th in the ASL classroom, which is room 119. So, bring some snacks if you can, and join us after school at 2:45 for a few games, several snacks, and of course, lots of fun! For questions contact Ms. Hatfield. See you then. (1/12)

Attention all Link Members! There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, January 13th in
Ms. Connolly’s room during both lunches. Please talk to Ms. Connolly if you can’t make it but remember, mandatory means you cannot miss it! (1/13)

Seniors-Seniors: If you need any help with scholarships, applications, or college information-the Beyond Sprague mentors will be in the CRIC-room 136 today, January 12, during the lunch to help any interested students. (1/12)

Counselors are working on semester 2 schedules and will call students up if there is a hole, conflict or class that students should not be in. Otherwise, students will have the chance to make elective class changes in mini arena held on days 3 and 4 of semester 2. Elective class selections are based on student requests from last spring. (1/14)

Congratulations to the Sprague Wrestlers for finishing first at the Jefferson Invitational this past weekend.
The Olys were lead by freshman - Cliff Baxter, junior Kyle Wuest and Senior Ryan Johnston.
Great Job Olys!!(1/12)

Sprague Olympians! This Friday, January 15th marks the first Oly Nation Friday! An exciting phenomenon here at Sprague where we all show our SHS pride by dressing up and spreading the Oly spirit.(1/14)

Musical Auditions are here! Starting January 19th auditions kick off for “Guys and Dolls” Sprague’s theater production. Come prepared with a short song, a monologue and ready to dance. Maybe you’re Sprague’s next star!
Auditions run from 2:45 to 5:15 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sprague Pantheon. Come see Ms. Lee in Room 162 with any questions.(1/19)

All Outreach Club members there is a meeting this Thursday in Mr. Lakes room, Room 6 at 2:45. Please be in attendance as we will be talking about UGM kitchen soup help. (1/14)

Tonight the Girls Basketball team goes up against McKay at home. Freshmen game begins at 5:15, JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00. Boys Basketball travels to McKay and game times are the same. Go Olys!

The Sprague Book Club will meet in the library on Wednesday, January 13 at from 2:45-3:45. Please bring the classic you would like to discuss as well as ideas for our next read! (1/13)

Monday, January 11, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: - hindrance (pronounced - hin drenz) noun 1) an impeding, stopping, preventing 2) the state of being delayed
The biggest hindrance to the team’s success was a lack of cooperation among the players.(1/11)

There will be an environmental Club meeting Tuesday, January 12th in Room 155 after school. Everyone is welcome.(1/11)

Hello Sprague American Sign Language enthusiasts! The ASL Club will meet Tuesday, the 12th in the ASL classroom, which is room 119. So, bring some snacks if you can, and join us after school at 2:45 for a few games, several snacks, and of course, lots of fun! For questions contact Ms. Hatfield. See you then. (1/12)

Attention all Link Members! There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, January 13th in
Ms. Connolly’s room during both lunches. Please talk to Ms. Connolly if you can’t make it but remember, mandatory means you cannot miss it! (1/13)

Seniors-Seniors: If you need any help with scholarships, applications, or college information-the Beyond Sprague mentors will be in the CRIC-room 136 on Tuesday, January 12, during the lunch to help any interested students. (1/12)

Congratulations to the Sprague Speech and Debate team for their awesome performance this weekend at Pacific University. 40 schools from across the state competed, and Sprague took 2nd overall in large school competition. The following students earned individual glory: Ford Van Winkle and Saurabh Mahajan quarter-finaled and Alex Bernardo placed 2nd in senior lincoln-douglas debate. Surabhi Mahajan and Nizar Ajanovic quarter-finaled and Zach Johnston & Kehl Van Winkle placed 2nd in senior public debate. Morgyn Sattenspiel placed first in senior poetry interpretation. Robyn Helwig placed 2nd in senior after-dinner speaking. Cat Frink placed first in junior radio commentary. Alex Lianopoulos and Kate Rosen placed first in junior duo interpretation. Sage Freeburg placed 2nd in junior expository. Robyn Helwig placed 4th and Kehl Van Winkle placed 1st in senior expository speaking. Brooke Mischkot placed 5th in junior extemporaneous. And Surabhi Mahajan placed 4th and Zach Johnston placed 3rd in senior extemporaneous speaking. Awesome job Oly Speechies!!!

Counselors are working on semester 2 schedules and will call students up if there is a hole, conflict or class that students should not be in. Otherwise, students will have the chance to make elective class changes in mini arena held on days 3 and 4 of semester 2. Elective class selections are based on student requests from last spring. (1/14)


Friday, January 8, 2010

B Day Advisory Schedule

Word of the Week: malleable (pronounced -mal ee ah bul) adjective 1) capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or pressure from rollers, 2) adaptable or tractable.
His choice of a malleable metal for the framework wound up being an error. (1/8)

There will be an environmental Club meeting Tuesday, January 12th in Room 155 after school. Everyone is welcome.(1/11)

Hello Sprague American Sign Language enthusiasts! The ASL Club will meet next Tuesday, the 12th in the ASL classroom, which is room 119. So, bring some snacks if you can, and join us after school at 2:45 for a few games, several snacks, and of course, lots of fun! For questions contact Ms. Hatfield. See you then. (1/12)

The Night Snowrider trip is scheduled and going to Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday Jan. 23rd . $35 for bus and lift. See Mr. Hatz in room 15A for applications and information as soon as possible. Deadline for money is Tuesday Jan. 19th. The snow is deep, grab a friend and make the leap. That’s Saturday Night Jan. 23rd for the snowriders trip. (1/8)

Attention all Link Members! There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, January 13th in
Ms. Connolly’s room during both lunches. Please talk to Ms. Connolly if you can’t make it but remember, mandatory means you cannot miss it! (1/13)

Thursday, January 7, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: malleable (pronounced -mal ee ah bul) adjective 1) capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or pressure from rollers, 2) adaptable or tractable.
Once it was warmed the plastic was an extremely malleable product for the toys.(1/7)

There will be an environmental Club meeting Tuesday, January 12th in Room 155 after school. Everyone is welcome.(1/11)

Hello Sprague American Sign Language enthusiasts! The ASL Club will meet next Tuesday, the 12th in the ASL classroom, which is room 119. So, bring some snacks if you can, and join us after school at 2:45 for a few games, several snacks, and of course, lots of fun! For questions contact Ms. Hatfield. See you then. (1/12)

The Night Snowrider trip is scheduled and going to Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday Jan. 23rd . $35 for bus and lift. See Mr. Hatz in room 15A for applications and information as soon as possible. Deadline for money is Tuesday Jan. 19th. The snow is deep, grab a friend and make the leap. That’s Saturday Night Jan. 23rd for the snowriders trip. (1/8)

Preseason Track conditioning will be in the stadium today at 2:45. All athletes interested in Track and Field are welcome to come prepare for the upcoming season.(1/7)

Congratulations to the Sprague wrestling team for defeating the Celtics 53 to 16 last night. The Olys were led with great performances by Sophomore Alex Funk and Sophomore Brandon Griffin. Heavy Weight Josh Gaskin also remains undefeated in league after pinning his opponent . The JV also won 45 to 22. Great job OLYS! (1/7)

There will be a Global Relief Club meeting today in Portable 30 after school. See Mr. Masten if you cannot attend.(1/7)

Please dismiss Swimming today at 12:45.


Tomorrow will be Advisory Schedule.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: malleable (pronounced -mal ee ah bul) adjective 1) capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or pressure from rollers, 2) adaptable or tractable.
Her personality made her very malleable about certain values. (1/5)

Preseason conditioning begins for all athletes interested in competing in track and field this spring at 2:45 today on the track. Sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays until the regular season begins. Questions? Contact Coaches Charles, Kleinman or Shannon. (1/5)

Attention speech team members: you must come collect information for Pacific and bring your housing fee checks to Mr. Curry by Wed. You must also come to him for adds or drops. Initial registration is due today, and no late entries will be accepted. See Mr. Curry in 109 if you have questions. (1/6)

More new scholarships have been posted on the scholarship board in the CRIC--room 136. Check soon as some have early deadline dates. (1/5)

Love Science? Come to the 1st Science Club meeting of the year at 2:40 on Wednesday, in Room 147. Lots of ideas are being considered. (1/6)

Dismiss Freshmen Boys Basketball today at 2:00.

Monday, January 4, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: malleable (pronounced -mal ee ah bul) adjective 1) capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or pressure from rollers, 2) adaptable or tractable.
Copper is a very malleable metal.(1/4)

Congratulations to the Sprague wrestlers for finishing 7th out of the 96 team tournament in Reno over the Christmas break. The Olys were lead by Sophomore Brandon Griffin who finished 2nd, losing in the finals 8 to - 7. Senior Yulerik Sorensen placed fourth. Sophomore Alex Funk and Senior Josh Gaskin made it to the final 16 before being eliminated. (1/4)

Preseason conditioning begins for all athletes interested in competing in track and field this spring at 2:45 Tuesday on the track. Sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays until the regular season begins. Questions? Contact Coaches Charles, Kleinman and Shannon. (1/5)

Attention speech team members: you must come collect information for Pacific and bring your housing fee checks to Mr. Curry by Wed. You must also come to him for adds or drops. Initial registration is due today, and no late entries will be accepted. See Mr. Curry in 109 if you have questions.(1/6)