Thursday, September 30, 2010

A day regular schedule

Word of the week: Unkempt (pronounced un kempt) (spelled u n k e m p t) adjective, messy, untidy.
The outlandish purple and green outfit that she wore was topped with unkempt orange hair.

Hello all past, present and future American Sign Language students! Little did you know that the opportunity of your high school years is fast approaching! What is this amazing opportunity? Next June we will once again head to Washington, DC and then over to visit Gallaudet University, the world’s only deaf university! For 4 days we will explore our nation’s capitol, then spend 2 more days in Williamsburg and Jamestown, Virginia, where the towns are recreated to look as they looked in the 17-and 1800’s. This is a trip you will NOT want to miss! For more information, please come to the informational parent/interested traveler meeting today, at 6pm in Ms. Hatfield’s room, #119. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you then! (9/30)

Wednesday, October 13th will be a different schedule at Sprague. All Sophomores will take the PSAT that day, Juniors will take either the PSAT or ASVAB, Freshmen will work on their Personal Education Plan, and Seniors will meet with Jostens and also have the opportunity to work on the CRLS paper. Testing will end at approximately 11:30am., busses will take students home beginning at 12:30pm.
The PSAT is an excellent tool to measure a student’s readiness for the SAT. After the test is scored, the results are returned to the student along with their actual test manual. No other national test provides this kind of feedback. The state of Oregon pays for all Sophomores to take the test. Juniors must pay an $18 test fee to take the test. Freshmen can also take the PSAT, they must also pay the $18 test fee.
Please bring your money to the bookkeeper. The last day to register will be Thursday, October, 8th.
Official student guides to the PSAT are available in the CRIC. Show your student ID if you are a Sophomore, show your receipt otherwise. (10/8)

For all students interested in coming out for the wrestling team there will be an informational meeting in Coach Temple's room (P-31) today, during the first 5 minutes of both lunches. Come to his room during YOUR scheduled lunch to obtain the information about the upcoming season. (9/30)

Come to our second science club meeting today from 2:45 to 4:00 in room 147. We will be planning events, meeting times, and more. All are welcome! (9/30)

The CRIC will have an after school drop-in session every Thursday from 2:45 to 3:30. We will cover resumes, scholarship, applications, ACT/SAT colleges and careers. Please drop in anytime! (9/30)

The first meeting of the Youth Legislature Club will be held in Rm. 118 at 7:15am on Monday, October 4th. What is Youth Leg? It’s a three-day conference, sponsored by the YMCA, where students from all over Oregon gather together at the capitol building in February and discuss and debate measures that affect Oregon. Students act as actual legislators and sit in their desks on the floor of the House and Senate. If you’re interested, come to the meeting before school on Monday, October 4th in Monty’s room! (10/4)




Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Word of the week: Unkempt (pronounced un kempt) (spelled u n k e m p t) adjective, messy, untidy.
His backpack was so unkempt that he couldn’t find his homework.

Hello all past, present and future American Sign Language students! Little did you know that the opportunity of your high school years is fast approaching! What is this amazing opportunity? Next June we will once again head to Washington, DC and then over to visit Gallaudet University, the world’s only deaf university! For 4 days we will explore our nation’s capitol, then spend 2 more days in Williamsburg and Jamestown, Virginia, where the towns are recreated to look as they looked in the 17-and 1800’s. This is a trip you will NOT want to miss! For more information, please come to the informational parent/interested traveler meeting this Thurs., Sept. 30th, at 6pm in Ms. Hatfield’s room, #119. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you then! (9/30)

There will be a two-day SAT workshop/Seminar on Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 29th and 30th. It will be held each day from 2:45pm to 5:15pm at the Sprague Library. The cost for the seminar is $89 and you may enroll and pay on-line with a credit card or call a toll free number. See Carlotta Arnold in the CRIC. (9/29)

Wednesday, October 13th will be a different schedule at Sprague. All Sophomores will take the PSAT that day, Juniors will take either the PSAT or ASVAB, Freshmen will work on their Personal Education Plan, and Seniors will meet with Jostens and also have the opportunity to work on the CRLS paper. Testing will end at approximately 11:30am., busses will take students home beginning at 12:30pm.
The PSAT is an excellent tool to measure a student’s readiness for the SAT. After the test is scored, the results are returned to the student along with their actual test manual. No other national test provides this kind of feedback. The state of Oregon pays for all Sophomores to take the test. Juniors must pay an $18 test fee to take the test. Freshmen can also take the PSAT, they must also pay the $18 test fee.
Please bring your money to the bookkeeper. The last day to register will be Thursday, October, 8th.
Official student guides to the PSAT are available in the CRIC. Show your student ID if you are a Sophomore, show your receipt otherwise. (10/8)

For all students interested in coming out for the wrestling team there will be an informational meeting in Coach Temple's room (P-31) Thursday September 30th during the first 5 minutes of both lunches. Come to his room during YOUR scheduled lunch to obtain the information about the upcoming season. (9/30)

Come to our second science club meeting on Thursday, September 30th,from 2:45 to 4:00 in room 147. We will be planning events, meeting times, and more. All are welcome! (9/30)

The CRIC will have an after school drop-in session every Thursday from 2:45 to 3:30. We will cover resumes, scholarship, applications, ACT/SAT colleges and careers. Please drop in anytime! (9/30)



Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Word of the week: Unkempt (pronounced un kempt) (spelled u n k e m p t) adjective, messy, untidy.
The unkempt waiter made her very uncomfortable about his handling her food.

Hello all past, present and future American Sign Language students! Little did you know that the opportunity of your high school years is fast approaching! What is this amazing opportunity? Next June we will once again head to Washington, DC and then over to visit Gallaudet University, the world’s only deaf university! For 4 days we will explore our nation’s capitol, then spend 2 more days in Williamsburg and Jamestown, Virginia, where the towns are recreated to look as they looked in the 17-and 1800’s. This is a trip you will NOT want to miss! For more information, please come to the informational parent/interested traveler meeting this Thurs., Sept. 30th, at 6pm in Ms. Hatfield’s room, #119. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you then! (9/30)

There will be a two-day SAT workshop/Seminar on Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 29th and 30th. It will be held each day from 2:45pm to 5:15pm at the Sprague Library. The cost for the seminar is $89 and you may enroll and pay on-line with a credit card or call a toll free number. See Carlotta Arnold in the CRIC. (9/29)

Wednesday, October 13th will be a different schedule at Sprague. All Sophomores will take the PSAT that day, Juniors will take either the PSAT or ASVAB, Freshmen will work on their Personal Education Plan, and Seniors will meet with Jostens and also have the opportunity to work on the CRLS paper. Testing will end at approximately 11:30am., busses will take students home beginning at 12:30pm.
The PSAT is an excellent tool to measure a student’s readiness for the SAT. After the test is scored, the results are returned to the student along with their actual test manual. No other national test provides this kind of feedback. The state of Oregon pays for all Sophomores to take the test. Juniors must pay an $18 test fee to take the test. Freshmen can also take the PSAT, they must also pay the $18 test fee.
Please bring your money to the bookkeeper beginning Monday, Sept. 27th. The last day to register will be Thursday, October, 8th.
Official student guides to the PSAT are available in the CRIC. Show your student ID if you are a Sophomore, show your receipt otherwise. (10/8)

For all students interested in coming out for the wrestling team there will be an informational meeting in Coach Temple's room (P-31) Thursday September 30th during the first 5 minutes of both lunches. Come to his room during YOUR scheduled lunch to obtain the information about the upcoming season. (9/30)

Come to our second science club meeting on Thursday, September 30th,from 2:45 to 4:00 on room 147. We will be planning events, meeting times, and more. All are welcome! (9/30)

The CRIC will have an after school drop-in session every Thursday from 2:45 to 3:30. We will cover resumes, scholarship, applications, ACT/SAT colleges and careers. Please drop in anytime! (9/30)


Monday, September 27, 2010

Word of the week: Unkempt (pronounced un kempt) (spelled u n k e m p t) adjective, messy, untidy.
My mom says my room is unkempt!

Hello all past, present and future American Sign Language students! Little did you know that the opportunity of your high school years is fast approaching! What is this amazing opportunity? Next June we will once again head to Washington, DC and then over to visit Gallaudet University, the world’s only deaf university! For 4 days we will explore our nation’s capitol, then spend 2 more days in Williamsburg and Jamestown, Virginia, where the towns are recreated to look as they looked in the 17-and 1800’s. This is a trip you will NOT want to miss! For more information, please come to the informational parent/interested traveler meeting this Thurs., Sept. 30th, at 6pm in Ms. Hatfield’s room, #119. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you then! (9/30)

There will be a two-day SAT workshop/Seminar on Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 29th and 30th. It will be held each day from 2:45pm to 5:15pm at the Sprague Library. The cost for the seminar is $89 and you may enroll and pay on-line with a credit card or call a toll free number. See Carlotta Arnold in the CRIC. (9/29)

Wednesday, October 13th will be a different schedule at Sprague. All Sophomores will take the PSAT that day, Juniors will take either the PSAT or ASVAB, Freshmen will work on their Personal Education Plan, and Seniors will meet with Jostens and also have the opportunity to work on the CRLS paper. Testing will end at approximately 11:30am., busses will take students home beginning at 12:30pm.
The PSAT is an excellent tool to measure a student’s readiness for the SAT. After the test is scored, the results are returned to the student along with their actual test manual. No other national test provides this kind of feedback. The state of Oregon pays for all Sophomores to take the test. Juniors must pay an $18 test fee to take the test. Freshmen can also take the PSAT, they must also pay the $18 test fee.
Please bring your money to the bookkeeper beginning Monday, Sept. 27th. The last day to register will be Thursday, October, 8th.
Official student guides to the PSAT are available in the CRIC. Show your student ID if you are a Sophomore, show your receipt otherwise. (10/8)

Please excuse Girls JV2 Soccer team at 1:45pm today. (9/27)







Thursday, September 23, 2010

Word of the week: Vehemently (pronounced ve’ ha ment) (spelled v.e.h.m.e.n.t.l.y) adverb: intensely, forcefully (sent).

The judge vehemently banged her gavel to be heard over the plaintiff’s shouting.



Attention: All girls not playing a fall sport but interested in playing basketball--there is a short meeting in Coach Galvin’s room, rm 10, on Thursday at 2:40pm. Spread the word. (9/23)



Do you like to read Manga? Watch anime? Participate in CosPlays? Then the Sprague Manga Club has a place for you! Please join us for our first meeting on Thurs. Sept. 23rd in the library from 2:45pm-3:30pm (9/23)



The CRIC is hosting Future Focus every Thursday from 2:45 to 3:30. The purpose is to provide information on resumes, scholarships, applications, A.C.T. or S.A.T., college and careers. It’s your future. Make it happen! (9/23)

THE FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM NEEDS TO BE DISMISSED AT 12:15 FOR THEIR GAME AGAINST CENTENNIAL. GOOD LUCK OLYS!! (9/23)

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Word of the week: Vehemently (pronounced ve’ ha ment) (spelled v.e.h.m.e.n.t.l.y) adverb: intensely, forcefully (sent).
The judge vehemently banged her gavel to be heard over the plaintiff’s shouting.

Attention: All girls not playing a fall sport but interested in playing basketball--there is a short meeting in Coach Galvin’s room, rm 10, on Thursday at 2:40pm. Spread the word. (9/23)

Do you like to read Manga? Watch anime? Participate in CosPlays? Then the Sprague Manga Club has a place for you! Please join us for our first meeting on Thurs. Sept. 23rd in the library from 2:45pm-3:30pm (9/23)

The CRIC is hosting Future Focus every Thursday from 2:45 to 3:30. The purpose is to provide information on resumes, scholarships, applications, A.C.T. or S.A.T., college and careers. It’s your future. Make it happen! (9/23)

Just a little shout out to our students and SFA members that showed up at McNary last night for our volleyball game!!!
Way to represent!!!! (9/22)




Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Word of the week: Vehemently (pronounced ve’ ha ment) (spelled v.e.h.m.e.n.t.l.y) adverb: intensely, forcefully (sent).
We observed the owner of the damaged car gesturing vehemently at the driver of the truck.

There will be an Environmental Club meeting today Sept. 21st in room 155 right after school. Everyone is welcome! (9/21)

Attention: All girls not playing a fall sport but interested in playing basketball--there is a short meeting in Coach Galvin’s room, rm 10, on Thursday at 2:40pm. Spread the word. (9/23)

Attn: Sprague Equestrians. There is a meeting for new and returning members tonight at 6:30pm in the Library. Come even if you don’t own a horse! (9/21)

Do you like to read Manga? Watch anime? Participate in CosPlays? Then the Sprague Manga Club has a place for you! Please join us for our first meeting on Thurs. Sept. 23rd in the library from 2:45pm-3:30pm (9/23)

Please dismiss JV Boys Soccer and JV2 Girls soccer at 2:15 today. (9/21)

Attention: Freshman football players – Be sure to have your home uniform ready for pictures today after school. (9/21)







Monday, September 20, 2010

Word of the week: Vehemently (pronounced ve’ ha ment) (spelled v.e.h.m.e.n.t.l.y) adverb: intensely, forcefully (sent).
The students vehemently denied that they had anything to do with the damage to the desk.

There will be an Environmental Club meeting Tuesday Sept. 21st in room 155 right after school. Everyone is welcome! (9/21)

All girls not playing a fall sport but interested in playing basketball-there is a short meeting in Coach Galvin’s room, rm 10, on Thursday at 2:40pm. Spread the word. (9/23)


Thursday, September 16, 2010

Word of the week: VEX (pronounced veks) (spelled v.e.x) verb: annoy, bother.
Sarah said that her brothers had been vexing her all day.

Come out for Sprague Drama Dept.’s fall show! Auditions are here!
Sprague’s Fall Musical: Into the woods by Stephen Sondheim
Audition dates: Sept. 13, 14, 15,16th from 2:45-5
Have a song with sheet music for the accompanist
Have a monologue memorized and ready to perform
See Ms. Lee in room 162 with questions. (9/16)

Please be aware that school picture retakes will be next month on the19th during both lunches. (9/17)

The Junior Varsity Olympians play the Bend Lava Bears in the Sprague Stadium today at 3:30. Come and support the team! Teachers, please excuse the team at 1:45.


Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Word of the week: VEX (pronounced veks) (spelled v.e.x) verb: annoy, bother.
Sarah said that her brothers had been vexing her all day.

There will be an Environmental Club meeting next Tuesday Sept. 21st in Room 155 right after school. Everyone welcome. (9/17)

Come out for Sprague Drama Dept.’s fall show! Auditions are here!
Sprague’s Fall Musical: Into the woods by Stephen Sondheim
Audition dates: Sept. 13, 14, 15,16th from 2:45-5
Have a song with sheet music for the accompanist
Have a monologue memorized and ready to perform
See Ms. Lee in room 162 with questions. (9/16)

Please be aware that school picture retakes will be next month on the19th during both lunches. (9/17)





Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Word of the week: VEX (pronounced veks) (spelled v.e.x) verb: annoy, bother.
Mrs. Henry looked vexed when the children broke the window.

There will be an Environmental Club meeting next Tuesday Sept. 21st in Room 155 right after school. Everyone welcome. (9/17)

Come out for Sprague Drama Dept.’s fall show! Auditions are here!
Sprague’s Fall Musical: Into the woods by Stephen Sondheim
Audition dates: Sept. 13, 14, 15,16th from 2:45-5
Have a song with sheet music for the accompanist
Have a monologue memorized and ready to perform
See Ms. Lee in room 162 with questions. (9/16)





Monday, September 13, 2010

Word of the week: VEX (pronounced veks) (spelled v.e.x) verb: annoy, bother.
Harry was vexed that his brother took the car without checking to see if he needed it.

Picture make-up day is today during both lunches on the Commons stage. This is for students who have not yet had their school picture taken. (9/13)

Scholarships have now been posted on the scholarship board in the CRIC. Check soon as some have early deadline dates. (9/13)

There will be an Environmental Club meeting Tuesday Sept. 21st in Room 155 right after school. Everyone welcome. (9/17)



Friday, September 10, 2010

The word of the week is:
Vie (pronounced vī ) (spelled v.i.e) verb: to compete.
The young woman wished she had more than one gentleman vying for her affection. 9/10/10

7:00 TONIGHT, IN THE STADIUM -- THE SPRAGUE OLYMPIANS TAKE ON THE ROSEBURG INDIANS. Come to the game, support our team!!! GO OLYS! 9/10/10

Congratulations to the freshman football team who remain unbeaten - by defeating Roseburg last night here at home 28-14. 9/10/10






Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Schedule changes will be handled in the following manner:
Days 1 & 2: Scheduling Changes. Students come to the Business Office ONLY for the following reasons. 1) A level change. 2) A duplicate class. 3) A hole in your schedule. 4) You have two classes the same period. 5) You want a release period. You should get a release form from the Business Office and turn in the signed form to counselor. You do not need to meet with counselor.

Days 3, 4, 5: Elective Changes. There is no mini-arena this year. Students may come to the Commons and request elective changes either before school 7:30am-7:50am, during lunch times, or after school, 2:30pm – 3:30pm. ONLY on the following days. SENIORS: Friday, 9/10, JUNIORS: Monday, 9/13, SOPHOMORE/FRESHMEN: Tuesday, 9/14.

Auditions are coming up for the Sprague Drama Dept. fall show. The Musical is Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim. Audition dates: Sept. 13,14,15, 16th from 2:45pm – 5pm. Have a song with sheet music for the accompanist. Have a monologue memorized and ready to perform. See Ms. Lee in room 162 with questions.

Attn: football fans. There’s a game on Friday against Roseburg at 7pm. Dance afterward. $3 or free with an ASB card.

A reminder for anyone with an announcement for next week. Send your announcement to Mr. Curry by the end of 7th period on Thursday. Also send your announcement to Patti or Tracy in the Business office. They will be maintaining a hard copy format to post on the website.