Tuesday, June 22, 2010

DIPLOMAS WILL BE AVAILABLE STARTING JUNE 28TH IN THE BUSINESS OFFICE.

SAVE THE DATE FOR REGISTRATION. AUGUST 24 AND 25 2010-2011

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Finals Schedule 4, 5 and 6.


Attention all students. There will be a Cross Country informational meeting for runners and parents on today, June 15, at 5:30 in the Library. By popular demand, treats will be served. We hope to see you there.

Free Sports Physical Dates:
Mark your calendar for August 14th for physicals at Willamette Surgery Center for athletes from local middle and high schools 9:00am to 11:30am.
Another date is August 18th at McKay High School 4:30-7:00 for $35.00 per student.
Or free to those who qualify for free and reduced lunch.
See fliers in the office for more information.(6/14)

Yearbooks will be available to pickup after finals today in room 115. After Tuesday you will pick up in the business office. (6/15)




Tuesday, June 15
Period 4 7:50 – 9:20
Period 5 9:40 – 11:10
Period 6 11:30 – 1:00
Buses depart 1:10 p.m.

Wednesday, June 16
Period 7 7:50 – 9:20
Locker Clean-out 9:20 – 9:50
Period 8 9:50 – 11:20
Buses depart 11:30 a.m.



Monday, June 14, 2010

Finals Schedule 1, 2 and 3

Sprague Oly Marching Color Guard auditions are today, June 14th 3:00-5:30 in Crossler Middle School Gym. No experience necessary. (6/14)

Attention all students. There will be a Cross Country informational meeting for runners and parents on Tuesday, June 15, at 5:30 in the Library. By popular demand, treats will be served. We hope to see you there.

Free Sports Physical Dates:
Mark your calendar for August 14th for physicals at Willamette Surgery Center for athletes from local middle and high schools 9:00am to 11:30am.
Another date is August 18th at McKay High School 4:30-7:00 for $35.00 per student.
Or free to those who qualify for free and reduced lunch.
See fliers in the office for more information.(6/14)

Yearbooks will be available to pickup after finals today and Tuesday in room 115. After Tuesday you will have to wait until registration in August.(6/14)


Monday, June 14
Period 1 7:50 – 9:20
Period 2 9:40 – 11:10
Period 3 11:30 – 1:00
Buses depart 1:10 p.m.


Tuesday, June 15
Period 4 7:50 – 9:20
Period 5 9:40 – 11:10
Period 6 11:30 – 1:00
Buses depart 1:10 p.m.

Wednesday, June 16
Period 7 7:50 – 9:20
Locker Clean-out 9:20 – 9:50
Period 8 9:50 – 11:20
Buses depart 11:30 a.m.



Friday, June 11, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: Incipient (pronounced -in-sip-ee-ant) adjective: in an initial or early state: just beginning to exist or appear.
Incipient joy ran through the crowd as the realized the possibility of success.(6/11)

Attention all volleyball players, please check the website to get all appropriate information for summer workouts, camp info., and all other important details. The informational volleyball meeting will be on the first day of conditioning, June 28th.(6/11)

It's finals time and you know what that means: Krispy Kreme doughnuts! Once again, Speech Team is helping you power through finals with doughnutty goodness. Doughnuts will be sold between finals on Monday and Tuesday. Single doughnuts are one dollar. $2.50 will get you three. A dozen is $10 during finals, but if you come to room 109 this week and pre-order, you can get a dozen for $9. Doughnuts will be sold by the main office. Remember, Krispy Kreme doughnuts between finals periods next Monday and Tuesday only. (6/11)

Sprague Oly Marching Color Guard auditions are Monday, June 14th 3:00-5:30 in Crossler Middle School Gym. No experience necessary. (6/11)
The Sprague Oly Marching Band recently held Drum Major Auditions for the upcoming 2010 season. Members and directors considered all the candidates diligently. We are happy to congratulate the following candidates as the 2010 Marching Oly Drum Majors.
Taylor Westerburg and Grant Parker.

Attention all students. There will be a Cross Country informational meeting for runners and parents on Tuesday, June 15, at 5:30 in the Library. By popular demand, treats will be served. We hope to see you there.

Free Sports Physical Dates:
Mark your calendar for August 14th for physicals at Willamette Surgery Center for athletes from local middle and high schools 9:00am to 11:30am.
Another date is August 18th at McKay High School 4:30-7:00 for $35.00 per student.
Or free to those who qualify for free and reduced lunch.
See fliers in the office for more information.(6/11)

Yearbooks will be available to pickup next week after finals Monday and Tuesday in room 115. After Tuesday you will have to wait until registration in August.(6/11)

Next Weeks Finals Schedule:

Monday, June 14
Period 1 7:50 – 9:20
Period 2 9:40 – 11:10
Period 3 11:30 – 1:00
Buses depart 1:10 p.m.


Tuesday, June 15
Period 4 7:50 – 9:20
Period 5 9:40 – 11:10
Period 6 11:30 – 1:00
Buses depart 1:10 p.m.

Wednesday, June 16
Period 7 7:50 – 9:20
Locker Clean-out 9:20 – 9:50
Period 8 9:50 – 11:20
Buses depart 11:30 a.m.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: Incipient (pronounced -in-sip-ee-ant) adjective: in an initial or early state: just beginning to exist or appear.
Incipient guilt began to gnaw at him after he threw the rock.(6/9)

Attention all volleyball players, please check the website to get all appropriate information for summer workouts, camp info., and all other important details. The informational volleyball meeting will be on the first day of conditioning, June 28th.(6/11)

It's finals time and you know what that means: Krispy Kreme doughnuts! Once again, Speech Team is helping you power through finals with doughnutty goodness. Doughnuts will be sold between finals on Monday and Tuesday. Single doughnuts are one dollar. $2.50 will get you three. A dozen is $10 during finals, but if you come to room 109 this week and pre-order, you can get a dozen for $9. Doughnuts will be sold by the main office. Remember, Krispy Kreme doughnuts between finals periods next Monday and Tuesday only. (6/11)

Sprague Oly Marching Color Guard auditions are Monday, June 14th 3:00-5:30 in Crossler Middle School Gym. No experience necessary. (6/11)

The 2010 Odyseey, Sprague’s yearbook is here now! And it looks great! Come see it early for a mere $2.00 at the Yearbook signing party tonight at 6:00pm in the courtyard. There will be refreshments and signing pen! If you’ve already paid for your yearbook, you can pick it up at the party. If not, you can buy it for just $65.00 in the Business Office this week, or bring a check to the signing party. After today the yearbook staff will be distributing yearbooks and the spring supplement in Room 115 after finals on Monday and Tuesday next week. After Tuesday you will have to wait until registration in August to pick up your yearbook.
Come see the 2010 Odyseey, you’re in it!(6/10)

All library books are overdue, unsure if you have a book still out? Check the lists posted near the library doors. Avoid fines and get those books in today!
Please turn in all textbooks to the library as soon as you are finished with them. The textbook window is open during all periods to take your books! We look forward to seeing you soon!(6/10)

Attention all DECA members and people interested in joining DECA. There will be an informational meeting, today, June 10th after school in Mr. Purnells room, room 142.(6/10)

You and your family are invited to attend our spring Cross Country meeting. Tuesday, June 15th at 5:30 in the Library.(6/15)



Wednesday, June 9, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: Incipient (pronounced -in-sip-ee-ant) adjective: in an initial or early state: just beginning to exist or appear.
I just feel like I have an incipient cold.(6/9)

Seniors: Thursday, June 10 is the Senior Assembly. You will need to meet in the main gym at 8:00am wearing your cap and gown. Please make sure to park in the sophomore lot.(6/9)
Plan ahead and come to the business office and order your 8th semester transcript for the college you will be attending in the fall. (6/9)

Attention all volleyball players, please check the website to get all appropriate information for summer workouts, camp info., and all other important details. The informational volleyball meeting will be on the first day of conditioning, June 28th.(6/11)

There are some job openings posted on the job board in the CRIC.

It's finals time and you know what that means: Krispy Kreme doughnuts! Once again, Speech Team is helping you power through finals with doughnutty goodness. Doughnuts will be sold between finals on Monday and Tuesday. Single doughnuts are one dollar. $2.50 will get you three. A dozen is $10 during finals, but if you come to room 109 this week and pre-order, you can get a dozen for $9. Doughnuts will be sold by the main office. Remember, Krispy Kreme doughnuts between finals periods next Monday and Tuesday only. (6/11)

Sprague Oly Marching Color Guard. Auditions are Monday, June 14th 3:00-5:30 in Crossler Middle School Gym. No experience necessary. (6/11)

The 2010 Odyseey, Sprague’s yearbook is here now! And it looks great! Come see it early for a mere $2.00 at the Yearbook signing party on Thursday at 6:00pm in the courtyard. There will be refreshments and signing pen! If you’ve already paid for your yearbook, you can pick it up at the party. If not, you can buy it for just $65.00 in the Business Office this week, or bring a check to the signing party. After Thursday the yearbook staff will be distributing yearbooks and the spring supplement in Room 115 after finals on Monday and Tuesday next week. After Tuesday you will have to wait until registration in August to pick up your yearbook. Come see the 2010 Odyseey, you’re in it!(6/10)

All library books are overdue, unsure if you have a book still out? Check the lists posted near the library doors. Avoid fines and get those books in today!
Please turn in all textbooks to the library as soon as you are finished with them. The textbook window is open during all periods to take your books! We look forward to seeing you soon!(6/9)

Attention all DECA members and people interested in joining DECA. There will be an informational meeting, Thursday, June 10th after school in Mr. Purnells room, room 142.(6/10)

You and your family are invited to attend our spring Cross Country meeting. Tuesday, June 15th at 5:30 in the Library.(6/15)

Congratulations to the Sprague Microelectronics students!
The Microelectronics students took the very challenging NOCTI (National Occupational Competency Testing Institute) test in Electronics technology and scored above the state and national averages.

Way to go ELECTROlympians



Tuesday, June 8, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: Incipient (pronounced -in-sip-ee-ant) adjective: in an initial or early state: just beginning to exist or appear.
Friday afternoon most students feel the incipience of summer.(6/8)

Seniors: Thursday, June 10 is the Senior Assembly. You will need to meet in the main gym at 8:00am wearing your cap and gown. Please make sure to park in the sophomore lot.(6/9)
Plan ahead and come to the business office and order your 8th semester transcript for the college you will be attending in the fall. (6/9)

Attention all volleyball players, please check the website to get all appropriate information for summer workouts, camp info., and all other important details. The informational volleyball meeting will be on the first day of conditioning, June 28th.(6/11)

There will be an important meeting for those interested in playing football next year. It will be right after school today. June 8th. It will be in the main gym. Questions see Coach Hill.(6/8)

There are some job openings posted on the job board in the CRIC.

It's finals time and you know what that means: Krispy Kreme doughnuts! Once again, Speech Team is helping you power through finals with doughnutty goodness. Doughnuts will be sold between finals on Monday and Tuesday. Single doughnuts are one dollar. $2.50 will get you three. A dozen is $10 during finals, but if you come to room 109 this week and pre-order, you can get a dozen for $9. Doughnuts will be sold by the main office. Remember, Krispy Kreme doughnuts between finals periods next Monday and Tuesday only. (6/11)


Monday, June 7, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: Incipient (pronounced -in-sip-ee-ant) adjective: in an initial or early state: just beginning to exist or appear.
Some students face finals week with an incipient fear.(6/7)

Seniors: Thursday, June 10 is the Senior Assembly.You will need to meet in the main gym at 8:00am wearing your cap and gown. Please make sure to park in the sophomore lot.(6/9)
Plan ahead and come to the business office and order your 8th semester transcript for the college you will be attending in the fall. (6/9)

Attention all volleyball players, please check the website to get all appropriate information for summer workouts, camp info., and all other important details. The informational volleyball meeting will be on the first day of conditioning, June 28th.(6/11)

There will be an important meeting for those interested in playing football next year. It will be right after school Tues. June 8th. It will be in the main gym. Questions see Coach Hill.(6/8)

There are some job openings posted on the job board in the CRIC.

It's finals time and you know what that means: Krispy Kreme doughnuts! Once again, Speech Team is helping you power through finals with doughnutty goodness. Doughnuts will be sold between finals on Monday and Tuesday. Single doughnuts are one dollar. $2.50 will get you three. A dozen is $10 during finals, but if you come to room 109 this week and pre-order, you can get a dozen for $9. Doughnuts will be sold by the main office. Remember, Krispy Kreme doughnuts between finals periods next Monday and Tuesday only. (6/11)

Here are the Champions of the 1ST ANNUAL SPRAGUE 'S WEIGHT LIFTING CLASSIC!

9-10 girls-
Carrie Garrison
Kate Rosen
Sierra Roan
Alexa Ryan
Amanda Forrester

11-12 girls-
Amanda Gray
Ami Hines
Taylor Smith
Kyrianna Sorensen
Emilee Hinges

Outstanding Lifter for the girls was Kyrianna Sorensen.

9-10 Boys-
Steven Moulton
Brennan Ridling
Andy Cooper
Brady Garcia
Carson Hannibal
No one entered the 220 pound class for 9-10 grades
Max Hollis

11-12 Boys-
Eric Latour
Mark Oakes
Yulerik Sorensen
Brian Conklin
Greg Ellis
Leo Coria
Brett Palmer

Outstanding Lifter for Boys was Brian Conklin.



Friday, June 4, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: queue (pronounced - Kyoo) noun verb Noun: 1) a braid of hair worn hanging down behind 2) a file or line especially of people waiting their turn; verb to form a line while waiting.
Finally, the last person in the queue was allowed into the theatre.(6/4)

Yearbooks are being sold for $60.00 but prices will be going up. So order now to get a good price. See Mr. Montgomery 8th period in room 115 for questions. (6/10)

Seniors: Next Thursday, June 10 is the Senior Assembly at 8:00. You will need to meet in the main gym wearing your cap and gown. Please make sure to park in the sophomore lot.(6/9)

Plan ahead and please come by the Business Office to order your 8th semester transcript for the college you will be attending in the fall.(6/4)

Attention all volleyball players, please check the website to get all appropriate information for summer workouts, camp info., and all other important details. The informational volleyball meeting will be on the first day of conditioning, June 28th.(6/11)

Congratulations to Jeff Kidd being named the male Salem area athlete of the year Kaleigh Nelson was also nominated for the female Salem area athlete of the year. Sarah McComish was awarded the outstanding female golfer of the year. Mr. Hadden was recognized for his life time achievement as a coach. Congratulations OLYS!!!!!(6/4)

Remember that tonight is Sprague’s Oly Luau with student vs Staff basketball at 3:30, powderpuff at 4:45, tailgate at 6:00, V-Oly ball at 7:00 and the Luau dance from 8:00 to 10:30. ASB cards will not be accepted at the dance. So either either buy a wristband for all the events for $10.00 or pay for each one for $5.00.
You must be a Sprague student to attend the dance, ID required. (6/4)


Thursday, June 3, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: queue (pronounced - Kyoo) noun verb Noun: 1) a braid of hair worn hanging down behind 2) a file or line especially of people waiting their turn; verb to form a line while waiting.
As the time passed the people standing in the queue grew impatient.(6/3)

Yearbooks are being sold for $60.00 but prices will be going up. So order now to get a good price. See Mr. Montgomery 8th period in room 115 for questions. (6/10)

Interested in taking a trip to New York? DECA will be going next year for their winter trip and all are welcome. There will be an informative meeting regarding this trip today, June 3rd in Mr Purnells room immediately after school. We hope to see your there! (6/3)

Who's the strongest Olympian in the building?? We'll find out today. We will be hosting our first annual weightlifting contest at Sprague. We would like all participants to be there by 2:45 in the weight room. The cost is $15.00. For any questions or concerns see Coach Hadden, Hill, or Cash.(6/3)

Luau is finally here!! Don't miss the fun and free food this Friday, June 4th. Each event costs $5 or for $10 you can buy a wristband that gets you into everything. The fun starts at 3:30 with the Senior vs. Staff Basketball game. Come cheer on your favorite staff member! Powder Puff is at 4:45, the tailgate starts at 6pm, VolyBall at 7pm, and the last dance of the year is from 8-10:30. You must be a Sprague student to attend the dance, ID required.(6/4)

Good morning Sprague Students. The Red Cross wants to congratulate you on being the high school in the region with the greatest percentage of students presenting to donate blood at the blood drive in March. There will be a pizza party today both lunches in room 113. All students presenting to give blood or volunteering at the drive are invited.(6/3)

Seniors: Next Thursday, June 10 is the Senior Assembly and you will need to meet in the main gym and wear your cap and gown at 8:00am. Please make sure to park in the sophomore lot.

Plan ahead and please come by the Business Office to order your 8th semester transcript for the college you will be attending in the fall.(6/4)


Wednesday, June 2, 2010

A Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: queue (pronounced - Kyoo) noun verb Noun: 1) a braid of hair worn hanging down behind 2) a file or line especially of people waiting their turn; verb to form a line while waiting.
The police asked them to form a queue along the edge of the sidewalk so they wouldn’t block foot traffic.(6/2)

Yearbooks are being sold for $60.00 but prices will be going up. So order now to get a good price. See Mr. Montgomery 8th period in room 115 for questions. (6/10)

Environmental Club and Science Club members: There will be an afterschool nature walk June 2nd , today at Minto Brown. If you want to join in, please pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Koepl or Mrs. Rivera. (6/2)

Interested in taking a trip to New York? DECA will be going next year for their winter trip and all are welcome. There will be an informative meeting regarding this trip Thursday, June 3rd in Mr Purnells room immediately after school. We hope to see your there! (6/3)

Track athletes: Awards night is tonight, June 2nd, at 5:00, in the Library. Come celebrate a great season and pick up your awards. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN! Turn in your uniform by today, or you will be billed for your equipment. Take it to Coach Charles’ room, Portable 31, in a bag with your name on it. (6/2)

Seniors: The college you will be attending in the fall will want your 8th semester transcript. Please come by the Business Office to order. (6/4)

Attention French Students: Reminder that today is the Francophone World Cup Tournament. Meet at 3 p.m. in the stadium or in Madame Bruey’s class 5 minutes before.(6/2)

Who's the strongest Olympian in the building?? We'll find out tomorrow!! Tomorrow Thursday June 3rd we will be hosting our first annual weightlifting contest at Sprague. We would like all participants to be there by 2:45 in the weight room. The cost is $10.00 if paid by today, $15.00 if you pay the day of. For any questions or concerns see Coach Hadden, Hill, or Cash.

Luau is finally here!! Don't miss the fun and free food this Friday, June 4th. Each event costs $5 or for $10 you can buy a wristband that gets you into everything. The fun starts at 3:30 with the Senior vs. Staff Basketball game. Come cheer on your favorite staff member! Powder Puff is at 4:45, the tailgate starts at 6pm, VolyBall at 7pm, and the last dance of the year is from 8-10:30. You must be a Sprague student to attend the dance, ID required.(6/4)


Tuesday, June 1, 2010

B Day Regular Schedule

Word of the Week: queue (pronounced - Kyoo) noun verb Noun: 1) a braid of hair worn hanging down behind 2) a file or line especially of people waiting their turn; verb to form a line while waiting.
The queue for the opening of the movie was clear around the block.(6/1)

Thursday, June 3rd is Sprague's FIRST Olys Weightlifting contest. The competition is open for all 9th through 12th grade boys and girls. See coach Hadden, Hill, Cash, or Giza. T shirts for all participants, and medals for the top 3 in each weight division. (6/1)

Yearbooks are being sold for $60.00 but prices will be going up. So order now to get a good price. See Mr. Montgomery 8th period in room 115 for questions. (6/10)

Environmental Club and Science Club members: There will be an afterschool nature walk June 2nd , Wednesday at Minto Brown. If you want to join in, please pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Koepl or Mrs. Rivera. (6/2)

Interested in taking a trip to New York? DECA will be going next year for their winter trip and all are welcome. There will be an informative meeting regarding this trip next Thursday, June 3rd in Mr Purnells room immediately after school. We hope to see your there! (6/3)

Track athletes: Awards night is Wednesday, June 2nd, at 5:00, in the Library. Come celebrate a great season and pick up your awards. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN! Turn in your uniform by today, or you will be billed for your equipment. Take it to Coach Charles’ room, Portable 31, in a bag with your name on it. (6/2)

Seniors: The college you will be attending in the fall will want your 8th semester transcript. Please come by the Business Office to order. (6/4)