Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Sprague Band is having a Rummage and Treasure sale in the Commons this Sat. and Sun. from 9am to 4pm. Come check it out! Support your Sprague Band fundraiser and find a bargain in the process. (5/3)




Attention students. We still have ASVAB and PSAT score-sheets that need to be picked up. If you have not yet picked yours up please stop by the Business Office as soon as possible.



If you love sports, have school spirit, and like to support your friends - Sprague cheer is for you! Today, April 30th at 6:30pm Sprague Cheer will be hosting an informational meeting in the school cafeteria. Interested participants and families are welcome. This will be a great opportunity to ask questions and get answers! We look forward to seeing you there, Go Olys! (4/30)

All Boys basketball players interested in playing summer basketball, there is an informational meeting today, April 30th at lunch in the gym. Please bring your lunch and arrive to the meeting promptly as we will begin right at 11:11. If you have any questions please see Coach Dobrkovsky. (4/30)

The spring show, The Curious Savage has now opened to wonderful reviews! The Savage children notice mom is acting a little bit off lately so they have her committed. But when 10 million dollars disappears, it is the children who go insane. Starring Heather Kramer, Delaney Plant, Samantha Lee, Macklin Kelly, Eli Van Batavia, Alexander Quinn, Gwen Stark, Haley Brooks, Collyn Johnson, Nicole Wiley and Timothy Ward this stellar cast will have you in stitches one minute, reaching for a hanky the next. The Curious Savage runs this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ONLY. This is an absolute must see, don’t miss it! (5/3)

It's time for Luau sign ups!!!! Events include senior basketball, junior and senior boy’s volleyball, and junior and senior girls powder-puff. Sign ups are in Mrs. Bucholz room 161 now through Thursday May 2 during LUNCH ONLY! You may not have any fees and must be on track to graduate. It cost 10 dollars to participate. (5/2)

Students: Remember that Prom is a formal event and formal wear is required. Boys should be in suits or tuxes and girls are suggested to wear dresses, which must be of appropriate length and school appropriate. Board shorts are not considered formal wear or appropriate. Prom is May 4th. Tickets are $20 per person, on sale during lunch. You may not attend prom if you have any fines; you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Hey Seniors: If you are planning on attending college this fall, you have an opportunity to earn a $1500 scholarship while working for 15 days in the Siskiyou Mountains. You must apply by today, April 30th. Information is posted outside the CRIC. (4/29)

This year's Oly Pageant contestants raised more than 57,000 dollars for Doernbecher Children's Hospital. We are excited to begin recruiting for next year's pageant and all juniors are able to apply. Please go to the Sprague web page or email Mrs. Bucholz for an application. Applications are due on May 17 and contestants will be notified over the summer if they have been accepted. Next year we hope to raise even more money for the children at Doernbecher and look forward to your application! (5/10)

The Manga Club will meet on Thursday, May 2 in the library from 2:30-3:30 p.m. We will be nominating candidates for next year's Manga Club. This is an important meeting that you will not want to miss!

Monday, April 29, 2013


If you love sports, have school spirit, and like to support your friends - Sprague cheer is for you! Tuesday April 30th at 6:30pm Sprague Cheer will be hosting an informational meeting in the school cafeteria. Interested participants and families are welcome. This will be a great opportunity to ask questions and get answers! We look forward to seeing you there, Go Olys! (4/30)

All Boys basketball players interested in playing summer basketball, there is an informational meeting Tuesday April 30th at lunch in the gym. Please bring your lunch and arrive to the meeting promptly as we will begin right at 11:11. If you have any questions please see Coach Dobrkovsky. (4/30)

Attention all Sprague heroes, we need your help. Umpqua Bank will be giving a grant of $2,500 to five schools. You can make Sprague High School be one of the winners. Just go to the Sprague web page and follow the instructions. Everyone can vote every day. Please encourage your family and friends to participate. (4/30)

The spring show, The Curious Savage has now opened to wonderful reviews! The Savage children notice mom is acting a little bit off lately so they have her committed. But when 10 million dollars disappears, it is the children who go insane. Starring Heather Kramer, Delaney Plant, Samantha Lee, Macklin Kelly, Eli Van Batavia, Alexander Quinn, Gwen Stark, Haley Brooks, Collyn Johnson, Nicole Wiley and Timothy Ward this stellar cast will have you in stitches one minute, reaching for a hanky the next. The Curious Savage runs May 1, 2, and 3rd ONLY. This is an absolute must see, don’t miss it! (5/3)

It's time for Luau sign ups!!!! Events include senior basketball, junior and senior boy’s volleyball, and junior and senior girls powder-puff. Sign ups are in Mrs. Bucholz room 161 now through Thursday May 2 during LUNCH ONLY! You may not have any fees and must be on track to graduate. It cost 10 dollars to participate. (5/2)

Students: Remember that Prom is a formal event and formal wear is required. Boys should be in suits or tuxes and girls are suggested to wear dresses, which must be of appropriate length and school appropriate. Board shorts are not considered formal wear or appropriate. Prom is May 4th. Tickets are $20 per person, on sale during lunch. You may not attend prom if you have any fines; you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Hey Seniors: If you are planning on attending college this fall, you have an opportunity to earn a $1500 scholarship while working for 15 days in the Siskiyou Mountains. You must apply by April 30th. Information is posted outside the CRIC. (4/29)

This year's Oly Pageant contestants raised more than 57,000 dollars for Doernbecher Children's Hospital. We are excited to begin recruiting for next year's pageant and all juniors are able to apply. Please go to the Sprague web page or email Mrs. Bucholz for an application. Applications are due on May 17 and contestants will be notified over the summer if they have been accepted. Next year we hope to raise even more money for the children at Doernbecher and look forward to your application! (5/10)

Friday, April 26, 2013

Like art? Like French culture? Want free cake? Yes, I said FREE cake. Come to the French room, 123, today after school to celebrate Eugene Delacroix's 215th birthday! (4/26)


All Boys basketball players interested in playing summer basketball, there is an informational meeting Tuesday April 30th at lunch in the gym. Please bring your lunch and arrive to the meeting promptly as we will begin right at 11:11. If you have any questions please see Coach Dobrkovsky. (4/30)

Attention all Sprague heroes, we need your help. Umpqua Bank will be giving a grant of $2,500 to five schools. You can make Sprague High School be one of the winners. Just go to the Sprague web page and follow the instructions. Everyone can vote every day. Please encourage your family and friends to participate. (4/30)

The spring show, The Curious Savage has now opened to wonderful reviews! The Savage children notice mom is acting a little bit off lately so they have her committed. But when 10 million dollars disappears, it is the children who go insane. Starring Heather Kramer, Delaney Plant, Samantha Lee, Macklin Kelly, Eli Van Batavia, Alexander Quinn, Gwen Stark, Haley Brooks, Collyn Johnson, Nicole Wiley and Timothy Ward this stellar cast will have you in stitches one minute, reaching for a hanky the next. The Curious Savage runs this Saturday and May 1, 2, and 3rd ONLY. This is an absolute must see, don’t miss it! (5/3)

It's time for Luau sign ups!!!! Events include senior basketball, junior and senior boy’s volleyball, and junior and senior girls powder-puff. Sign ups are in Mrs. Bucholz room 161 now through Thursday May 2 during LUNCH ONLY! You may not have any fees and must be on track to graduate. It cost 10 dollars to participate. (5/2)

Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.

Students: Remember that Prom is a formal event and formal wear is required. Boys should be in suits or tuxes and girls are suggested to wear dresses, which must be of appropriate length and school appropriate. Board shorts are not considered formal wear or appropriate. Prom is May 4th. Tickets are $20 per person, on sale during lunch. You may not attend prom if you have any fines; you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Are you interested in being a Library Aide at the Salem Public Library? Applications are available in the business office. (4/26)

Hey Seniors: If you are planning on attending college this fall, you have an opportunity to earn a $1500 scholarship while working for 15 days in the Siskiyou Mountains. You must apply by April 30th. Information is posted outside the CRIC. (4/29)

This year's Oly Pageant contestants raised more than 57,000 dollars for Doernbecher Children's Hospital. We are excited to begin recruiting for next year's pageant and all juniors are able to apply. Please go to the Sprague web page or email Mrs. Bucholz for an application. Applications are due on May 17 and contestants will be notified over the summer if they have been accepted. Next year we hope to raise even more money for the children at Doernbecher and look forward to your application! (5/10)

Congratulations to Lindsey Dorsey, the Statesman Journal Athlete of week! Thanks for voting Oly’s! (4/26)

Thursday, April 25, 2013


Like art? Like French culture? Want free cake? Yes, I said FREE cake. Come to the French room, 123, tomorrow after school to celebrate Eugene Delacroix's 215th birthday! (4/26)

All Boys basketball players interested in playing summer basketball, there is an informational meeting Tuesday April 30th at lunch in the gym. Please bring your lunch and arrive to the meeting promptly as we will begin right at 11:11. If you have any questions please see Coach Dobrkovsky. (4/30)

Attention all Sprague heroes, we need your help. Umpqua Bank will be giving a grant of $2,500 to five schools. You can make Sprague High School be one of the winners. Just go to the Sprague web page and follow the instructions. Everyone can vote every day. Please encourage your family and friends to participate. (4/30)

The spring show, The Curious Savage has now opened to wonderful reviews! The Savage children notice mom is acting a little bit off lately so they have her committed. But when 10 million dollars disappears, it is the children who go insane. Starring Heather Kramer, Delaney Plant, Samantha Lee, Macklin Kelly, Eli Van Batavia, Alexander Quinn, Gwen Stark, Haley Brooks, Collyn Johnson, Nicole Wiley and Timothy Ward this stellar cast will have you in stitches one minute, reaching for a hanky the next. The Curious Savage runs tonight, Saturday and May 1, 2, and 3rd ONLY. This is an absolute must see, don’t miss it! (5/3)

It's time for Luau sign ups!!!! Events include senior basketball, junior and senior boy’s volleyball, and junior and senior girls powder-puff. Sign ups are in Mrs. Bucholz room 161 now through Thursday May 2 during LUNCH ONLY! You may not have any fees and must be on track to graduate. It cost 10 dollars to participate. (5/2)

Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.

Students: Remember that Prom is a formal event and formal wear is required. Boys should be in suits or tuxes and girls are suggested to wear dresses, which must be of appropriate length and school appropriate. Board shorts are not considered formal wear or appropriate. Prom is May 4th. Tickets are $20 per person, on sale during lunch. You may not attend prom if you have any fines; you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Are you interested in being a Library Aide at the Salem Public Library? Applications are available in the business office. (4/26)

Hey Seniors: If you are planning on attending college this fall, you have an opportunity to earn a $1500 scholarship while working for 15 days in the Siskiyou Mountains. You must apply by April 30th. Information is posted outside the CRIC. (4/29)

This year's Oly Pageant contestants raised more than 57,000 dollars for Doernbecher Children's Hospital. We are excited to begin recruiting for next year's pageant and all juniors are able to apply. Please go to the Sprague web page or email Mrs. Bucholz for an application. Applications are due on May 17 and contestants will be notified over the summer if they have been accepted. Next year we hope to raise even more money for the children at Doernbecher and look forward to your application! (5/10)

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Like art? Like French culture? Want free cake? Yes, I said FREE cake. Come to the French room, 123, Friday after school to celebrate Eugene Delacroix's 215th birthday! (4/26)


All Boys basketball players interested in playing summer basketball, there is an informational meeting Tuesday April 30th at lunch in the gym. Please bring your lunch and arrive to the meeting promptly as we will begin right at 11:11. If you have any questions please see Coach Dobrkovsky. (4/30)

Attention all Sprague heroes, we need your help. Umpqua Bank will be giving a grant of $2,500 to five schools. You can make Sprague High School be one of the winners. Just go to the Sprague web page and follow the instructions. Everyone can vote every day. Please encourage your family and friends to participate. (4/30)

Students: Remember, the College and Career Center is open every Wednesday at lunch and after school. Find out about the many summer programs available through colleges to travel, learn and earn college credit at the same time. Juniors, now is a great time to begin your college search. Come in and get some ideas to help you find the college or career that’s just right for you. (4/24)

The Spring show, The Curious Savage opens today! The Savage children notice mom is acting a little bit off lately so they have her committed. But when 10 million dollars disappears, it is the children who go insane. Starring Heather Kramer, Delaney Plant, Samantha Lee, Macklin Kelly, Eli Van Batavia, Alexander Quinn, Gwen Stark, Haley Brooks, Collyn Johnson, Nicole Wiley and Timothy Ward this stellar cast will have you in stitches one minute, reaching for a hanky the next. The Curious Savage runs April 24, 25, 27, and May 1, 2, and 3rd ONLY. This is an absolute must see, Don't miss it! (5/3)

It's time for Luau sign ups!!!! Events include senior basketball, junior and senior boys volleyball, and junior and senior girls powderpuff. Sign ups are in Mrs. Bucholz room 161 now through Thursday May 2 during LUNCH ONLY! You may not have any fees and must be on track to graduate. It cost 10 dollars to participate. (5/2)

Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.

Students: Remember that Prom is a formal event and formal wear is required. Boys should be in suits or tuxes and girls are suggested to wear dresses, which must be of appropriate length and school appropriate. Board shorts are not considered formal wear or appropriate. Prom is May 4th. Tickets are $20 per person, on sale during lunch. You may not attend prom if you have any fines; you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Are you interested in being a Library Aide at the Salem Public Library? Applications are available in the business office. (4/26)

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The Boys Golf team placed first in the CVC league match Monday at Salem Golf Club. Bodhi Parkin and Ryan Krause led the Oly's placing 3rd and 4th individually. Freshman David Martinez nailed a 40 foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to seal the victory!! (4/23)


After the Sprague Equestrian Team's final meet, Team members Ally Lowe and Geneva Boston will be competing at the State meet in 4 events, both in IHOR, Ally in dressage, and Geneva in pole bending and barrel racing. Congratulations Ally and Geneva! (4/23)

Attention all Sprague heroes, we need your help. Umpqua Bank will be giving a grant of $2,500 to five schools. You can make Sprague High School be one of the winners. Just go to the Sprague web page and follow the instructions. Everyone can vote every day. Please encourage your family and friends to participate. (4/30)

Students: Remember, the College and Career Center is open every Wednesday at lunch and after school. Find out about the many summer programs available through colleges to travel, learn and earn college credit at the same time. Juniors, now is a great time to begin your college search. Come in and get some ideas to help you find the college or career that’s just right for you. (4/24)

The Spring show, The Curious Savage opens this Wednesday! The Savage children notice mom is acting a little bit off lately so they have her committed. But when 10 million dollars disappears, it is the children who go insane. Starring Heather Kramer, Delaney Plant, Samantha Lee, Macklin Kelly, Eli Van Batavia, Alexander Quinn, Gwen Stark, Haley Brooks, Collyn Johnson, Nicole Wiley and Timothy Ward this stellar cast will have you in stitches one minute, reaching for a hanky the next. The Curious Savage runs April 24, 25, 27, and May 1, 2, and 3rd ONLY. This is an absolute must see, Don't miss it! (5/3)

It's time for Luau sign ups!!!! Events include senior basketball, junior and senior boys volleyball, and junior and senior girls powderpuff. Sign ups are in Mrs. Bucholz room 161 beginning Wednesday, April 24 until Thursday May 2 during LUNCH ONLY! You may not have any fees and must be on track to graduate. It cost 10 dollars to participate. (5/2)

Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.

Students: Remember that Prom is a formal event and formal wear is required. Boys should be in suits or tuxes and girls are suggested to wear dresses, which must be of appropriate length and school appropriate. Board shorts are not considered formal wear or appropriate. Prom is May 4th. Tickets are $20 per person, on sale during lunch. You may not attend prom if you have any fines; you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Are you interested in being a Library Aide at the Salem Public Library? Applications are available in the business office. (4/26)

If you ordered cookies as a member of the track team, but have since quit, you need to see Mr. Charles in portable-33 today. (4/23)

Great job by the Lady Olys golf team yesterday on a beautiful sunny day at Salem Golf Club. Deanna Salvatori won the CVC tournament by 7 strokes with a 76. Come and support the Girls Golf team next Monday at Creekside for their last CVC tournament of the year. (4/23)

Friday, April 19, 2013

Congratulations to this year's prom court! Representing the senior class boys are John Marshall, Josh Coady, Lincoln Neal, and Macklin Kelly. Representing the senior class girls are Collyn Johnson, Maggie Hering, Aleigha Mattison, and Paige Baldwin. This year's prom king and queen will be announced at the prom assembly on May 2. Please congratulate this year's court and buy your prom tickets early! (4/19)


Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by today. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)

Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/19)

Warm it up, Olys! Today is the last day to donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/1)



Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.

Prom tickets are now on sale during lunch. Prom is May 4 and is quickly approaching, so get your tickets early and skip the long line. Tickets are $20 per person. You may not attend prom if you have any fines, you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

DECA National Qualifiers: Reminder - Your final trip balance is due today by 3pm to room 142. (4/19)

Do you want to help the homeless and those in need? Well, now you can by making donations on the stage or in Mrs. Bucholz's room 161. Our goal is to gather as many supplies and donations to package into care boxes that will be distributed among those in need. Donations such as money, blankets, various camping gear, canned food, first aid kits and really just about anything will help! Please see Reede Fisher or Emylee Taylor for more information.

Are you interested in being a Library Aide at the Salem Public Library?

Applications are available in the business office. (4/26)

NHS members, our next meeting is today at lunch in Mrs. Burleson's room. This is the last opportunity to find out about service opportunities and your chance to sign up for induction. Be there!! (4/19)





Thursday, April 18, 2013

Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by April 20. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)


Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/20)

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Warm it up, Olys! Now through April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/1)



Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.

Prom tickets are now on sale during lunch. Prom is May 4 and is quickly approaching, so get your tickets early and skip the long line. Tickets are $20 per person. You may not attend prom if you have any fines, you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

DECA National Qualifiers: Reminder - Your final trip balance is due tomorrow by 3pm to room 142. (4/19)

Do you want to help the homeless and those in need? Well, now you can by making donations on the stage or in Mrs. Bucholz's room 161. Our goal is to gather as many supplies and donations to package into care boxes that will be distributed among those in need. Donations such as money, blankets, various camping gear, canned food, first aid kits and really just about anything will help! Please see Reede Fisher or Emylee Taylor for more information.

Attention students! Forecasting and CIS forms are due this week! Juniors will meet today. Counselors will be meeting with you and collecting them during your designated class in the library. If you have submitted a purple slip to talk to your counselor about scheduling, you will be able to discuss your concerns when you turn in your forecasting sheet. (4/18)









Are you interested in being a Library Aide at the Salem Public Library?

Applications are available in the business office. (4/26)

NHS members, our next meeting is tomorrow at lunch in Mrs. Burleson's room. This is the last opportunity to find out about service opportunities and your chance to sign up for induction. Be there!! (4/19)

The Sprague Manga Club will meet in the library today from 2:30-3:15. Please remember to bring Manga books to trade and sell. You may also bring cash to make a fantastic purchase! If you do not want to buy and sell, we will be watching a movie! (4-18)

Superior performances were put in by Josh Coady who won both hurdles races, John Marshall who won the 200m and anchored the winning 4x400 team, Connor Astlay who won the Shot Put, Zach Hewson who won the Javelin, and Jacob Atkinson who won the 800m and the 1500m. On the girl’s side, Lindsey Dorsey had a monster day winning all 3 jumping events and the opening leg of the winning 4x100m relay. In winning the triple jump, Lindsey reset her own school record in the triple jump with a mark of 36'6", 4th in the state at this time. Natalie James won the Shot put, and Alana Singleton won the Javelin. Additionally, Mia Diaz, Maggie Hering and Kelsey Martin helped us to a sweep in the 400m. Overall it was a great day for Team Sprague Track and Field. Great Job Olys! (4/18)

Congratulations to our Baseball team for its victory last night over the previously unbeaten West Salem Titans. We have Boys Tennis matches at Sprague today after school. Please swing by to watch some matches. Finally, there is a Girls Basketball meeting at lunch today in the Oly Forum across from the main office. If you are interested in playing basketball, you should attend today’s meeting. Please be prompt!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by April 20. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)


Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/20)

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Warm it up, Olys! Now through April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/1)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons this Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)

“Attention all future and present ASL students! There seems to be some confusion about registering for ASL for next year and students were wondering if ASL is considered a foreign language and accepted by universities as a foreign language. The simple answer is "YES!" ASL is definitely considered a foreign language and nearly every college and university in the United States views it as such, and will accept ASL as the foreign language requirement for admission. Only a handful of universities and colleges in the U.S. have yet to change their admission policies, so be sure to double check admission requirements if you're planning on attending a college or university outside of Oregon or the northwest. If you have individual questions, please contact Ms. Hatfield in room 119. She is looking forward to finally being able to teach freshmen ASL 1! Thank you." (4/16)

Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office.







Prom tickets are now on sale during lunch. Prom is May 4 and is quickly approaching, so get your tickets early and skip the long line. Tickets are $20 per person. You may not attend prom if you have any fines, you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

DECA National Qualifiers: Reminder - Your final trip balance is due this Friday by 3pm to room 142. (4/19)

Congratulations to Thomas Burdick for placing 5th at the State Freestyle tournament this past weekend in Salem! Thomas has now qualified to go back this summer to Fargo N.D. to wrestle in the National tournament! Great job Thomas! (4/15)

Do you want to help the homeless and those in need? Well, now you can by making donations on the stage or in Mrs. Bucholz's room 161. Our goal is to gather as many supplies and donations to package into care boxes that will be distributed among those in need. Donations such as money, blankets, various camping gear, canned food, first aid kits and really just about anything will help! Please see Reede Fisher or Emylee Taylor for more information.

Congratulations to Sprague's Choir, Wind Ensemble, Full Symphony, and Camerata for their recent accomplishments at the District qualifier for State Championships. The Choir, Wind Ensemble, and Full Symphony all received 2nd place finishes, and Camerata was the district Champion....These accomplishments qualify all of Sprague's participants in districts, allowing them to advance to the State Championships in May. Way to go Sprague's Music Department, sincere congratulations to the students and Instructors for your time and efforts, now push on to State. (4/15)

All students that missed picking up their forecasting packets for next year, they are now available in the Business Office. (4/18)

Attention students! Forecasting and CIS forms are due this week! Freshman on Tuesday, Sophomores on Wednesday and Juniors on Thursday. Counselors will be meeting with you and collecting them during your designated class in the library. If you have submitted a purple slip to talk to your counselor about scheduling, you will be able to discuss your concerns when you turn in your forecasting sheet. (4/18)



Reminder for all women in Concert Choir, there will be a lunch rehearsal today in the choir room. (4/15)

Friday, April 12, 2013

Please take a moment and vote for our very own Deanna Salvatori who is up for athlete of the week honors. Go to the Sprague web page or statesman journal.com for the athlete of the week link. Deanna has finished 1st in the last 3 out of 4 tournaments she has played in and had a 2nd place finish at Eagle Crest last Friday. Go Olys. (4/12)


Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by April 20. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)

Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/20)

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Warm it up, Olys! Now through April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

Oly Pageant is tomorrow nigh at 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/1



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)



Attention! A yellow and white gold-colored bracelet was lost. It has a yellow-colored safety chain and is of sentimental value. If you have it or have seen it, please see Mrs. White. There is a reward for its safe return! (4/11)





Sprague High School will be offering the Trig-Star test on Tuesday, April 23 immediately after school in the Library. The TrigStar Contest is an annual high school mathematics competition based on the practical application of Trigonometry. The test is free to participants and incorporates the use of complex trigonometric functions. A monetary prize between $50-$100 is awarded to the top score at Sprague. The winner will have the opportunity compete in local and possibly to go to the State competition on in Portland. For more information see Mr. Hatz in Room 15.

“Attention all future and present ASL students! There seems to be some confusion about registering for ASL for next year and students were wondering if ASL is considered a foreign language and accepted by universities as a foreign language. The simple answer is "YES!" ASL is definitely considered a foreign language and nearly every college and university in the United States views it as such, and will accept ASL as the foreign language requirement for admission. Only a handful of universities and colleges in the U.S. have yet to change their admission policies, so be sure to double check admission requirements if you're planning on attending a college or university outside of Oregon or the northwest. If you have individual questions, please contact Ms. Hatfield in room 119. She is looking forward to finally being able to teach freshmen ASL 1! Thank you." (4/16)

Don’t forget National Honor Society applications are due today. Please turn them in to Mrs. McElliott or Mrs. Burleson. (4/12)

Attention seniors: Are you graduating? Did you play an OSAA sport during high school? You may apply for the Sprague Boosters Scholarship! Applications are available in the Business Office or the Athletic Office



Congratulations to the Sprague regional math team who placed second in the overall team competition at yesterdays Regional Math Competition at Chemeketa Community College. Team members included:

Austin Fisenko, Justin Downey, Lucas Hassen, Hannah Taylor, Mitch Ekdahl, Christian Decker, Maggie Redford, Miles Robertson, Daniel Seeto, and Jacob Atkinson.

This is the first time Sprague has been a top three regional team since 2008. Great improvement Olys!



Individual awards included:

Geometry

Lucas Hassen and Hannah Taylor

1st in team problem solving

Hannah

1st in estimation 2nd in the qualifying exam

Algebra II

Mitch Ekdahl and Christian Decker

2nd in team problem solving

Prom tickets go on sale starting Monday during lunch. Prom is May 4 and is quickly approaching, so get your tickets early and skip the long line. Tickets are $20 per person. You may not attend prom if you have any fines, you will be turned away at the door no matter how good you look. All guests must also be pre-approved, please see Mrs. Shirley Sheldon in the attendance office for the appropriate forms.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

SENIORS: If you did not pick up your graduation announcements from Josten’s last week, we have them in the Business Office. Please stop by TODAY and pick them up.


Please take a moment and vote for our very own Deanna Salvatori who is up for athlete of the week honors. Go to the Sprague web page or statesman journal.com for the athlete of the week link. Deanna has finished 1st in the last 3 out of 4 tournaments she has played in and had a 2nd place finish at Eagle Crest last Friday. Go Olys. (4/12)

Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by April 20. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)

Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/20)

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Warm it up, Olys! Now through April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

Oly Pageant is on Saturday April 13, 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/15)



Attention Seniors! Are you interested or planning to go to University of Oregon next year? U of O’s First Year Program is going to be here today at 9 a.m. If you are interested in visiting with them, please sign up in the Business Office. (4/11)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)











Attention! A yellow and white gold-colored bracelet was lost. It has a yellow-colored safety chain and is of sentimental value. If you have it or have seen it, please see Mrs. White. There is a reward for its safe return! (4/11)



Sprague High School will be offering the Trig-Star test on Tuesday, April 23 immediately after school in the Library. The TrigStar Contest is an annual high school mathematics competition based on the practical application of Trigonometry. The test is free to participants and incorporates the use of complex trigonometric functions. A monetary prize between $50-$100 is awarded to the top score at Sprague. The winner will have the opportunity compete in local and possibly to go to the State competition on in Portland. For more information see Mr. Hatz in Room 15.

Team Sprague Track and Field had a great Home Meet yesterday. All Team Sprague Athletes competed well, but outstanding performances were put in the following: Zach Hewson won both the Shot and Javelin. In the Javelin his winning mark of 163' puts him with the state's best this year. Connor Astlay won the Discus with a PR throw. Anthony Frank reached the 6' club by an outstanding High Jump of 6', barely missing at 6'2. Nathaniel Roberts ran a great 1500 meters. Lindsey Dorsey, Maggie Hering, Kelsey Martin and Kim Davis won the 4x100 Relay, and Asha Godbole and Mia Diaz had outstanding races. Finally--Thank you to all of the staff and students who helped us run a track meet the way that they are supposed to be ran. Great Job Team Sprague. (4/11)

“This message is from Ms. Hatfield, the American Sign Language teacher. Attention all future and present ASL students! There seems to be some confusion about registering for ASL for next year and students were wondering if ASL is considered a foreign language and accepted by universities as a foreign language. The simple answer is "YES!" ASL is definitely considered a foreign language and nearly every college and university in the United States views it as such, and will accept ASL as the foreign language requirement for admission. Only a handful of universities and colleges in the U.S. have yet to change their admission policies, so be sure to double check admission requirements if you're planning on attending a college or university outside of Oregon or the northwest. If you have individual questions, please contact Ms. Hatfield in room 119. She is looking forward to finally being able to teach freshmen ASL 1! Thank you." (4/16)

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

SENIORS: If you did not pick up your graduation announcements from Josten’s last week, we have them in the Business Office. Please stop by TODAY and pick them up.


Congratulations to the Girl's Golf Team for their 2nd place finish yesterday at Oak Knoll Golf Course. Deanna Salvatori finished 1st overall with a 71. And a great performance by Heather Eiter, Jordan Hagedorn, Kennedy Queen, Amanda Ivie, Emily Puckett and Bella Contino. Many of the golfers had a season low scores yesterday, keep it up lady's! (4/10)

Please take a moment and vote for our very own Deanna Salvatori who is up for athlete of the week honors. Go to the Sprague web page or statesman journal.com for the athlete of the week link. Deanna has finished 1st in the last 3 out of 4 tournaments she has played in and had a 2nd place finish at Eagle Crest last Friday. Go Olys. (4/12)

Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by April 20. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)

Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/20)

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Warm it up, Olys! Now through April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

Oly Pageant is on Saturday April 13, 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/15)



Attention Seniors! Are you interested or planning to go to University of Oregon next year? U of O’s First Year Program is going to be here on Thursday, April 11th at 9 a.m. If you are interested in visiting with them, please sign up in the Business Office. (4/11)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)



Attention! A yellow and white gold-colored bracelet was lost. It has a yellow-colored safety chain and is of sentimental value. If you have it or have seen it, please see Mrs. White. There is a reward for its safe return! (4/11)

Tuesday, April 9, 2013


SENIORS: If you did not pick up your graduation announcements from Josten’s last week, we have them in the Business Office. Please stop by TODAY and pick them up.



Come cheer for Sprague Lacrosse as we take on West Salem at home today! JV at 6:00 and Varsity at 8:00. (4/9)



Congratulations to the Sprague Winterguard for placing 1st in the Scholastic AA division at the NWAPA Winter Championships. The Finals scores were: Sprague 75.5, Sherwood 68.6 and Beaverton 68.0 Sprague was undefeated this season performing their “Colors of Andalucia” program, winning SAA 1st place in previous events at Tigard, Skyview and Glencoe high schools. This is the second consecutive undefeated season for the Sprague Winterguard SAA division. Video of the performance will be available on the Sprague Band web page soon. Awesome job, ladies! (4/9)

Seniors! Please purchase your yearbook as soon as possible as seniors will receive their books at Senior Banquet. You may purchase a book for $65 by paying the bookkeeper in the business office. Please purchase by April 20. There will be a limited number of books available for purchase for those who didn't pre-order. They will be available on a first come, first serve basis and once those are gone, they are gone. (4/20)

Also seniors, if you know you’re going to college and would like your name and college to be included on the college map for the yearbook, please email your name and college to: Spragueyb@gmail.com (4/20)

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys! (4/9)

Warm it up, Olys! Now through next Friday, April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions. (4/19)

Oly Pageant is on Saturday April 13, 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/15)



Attention Seniors! Are you interested or planning to go to University of Oregon next year? U of O’s First Year Program is going to be here on Thursday, April 11th at 9 a.m. If you are interested in visiting with them, please sign up in the Business Office. (4/11)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)



Please release Girls Tennis today at 2:00. (4/9)



Attention! A yellow and white gold-colored bracelet was lost. It has a yellow-colored safety chain and is of sentimental value. If you have it or have seen it, please see Mrs. White. There is a reward for its safe return! (4/11)

Monday, April 8, 2013


Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Warm it up, Olys! Today through next Friday, April 19, donate all of your old sweaters, jackets, and coats to the Hoover Jacket Drive. Bins are located in the commons, by the library, and the lower gym lobby. Contact Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or Dani Bezley for questions.

Oly Pageant is on Saturday April 13, 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/15)



Attention Seniors! Are you interested or planning to go to University of Oregon next year? U of O’s First Year Program is going to be here on Thursday, April 11th at 9 a.m. If you are interested in visiting with them, please sign up in the Business Office. (4/11)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)



New ASB positions for next school year are: ASB President, Matt Collins; Vice President, Chad Casebeer; Secretary, Jordan Hagedorn; and Sports Commissioner, Lindsey Dorsey.

Senior class President, Phoebe Kim; Senior class Vice President, Jesse Wiscovitch; Junior class President, Cassie Teters, Junior class Vice President, Colton Helmer; Sophomore class President, Will Gaskin, Sophomore class Vice President, Dani Bezley.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Oly Pageant is on Saturday April 13, 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)


Hey DECA students - if you're competing at Nationals, this is a reminder that your second deposit is due today by 3pm. Please see Ms. Pollard to turn in your money. (4/5)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/15)



Attention Seniors! Are you interested or planning to go to University of Oregon next year? U of O’s First Year Program is going to be here on Thursday, April 11th at 9 a.m. If you are interested in visiting with them, please sign up in the Business Office. (4/11)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)

A recent waste audit revealed a large percentage of plastic bottles, non soiled papers and other items are being thrown in the trash that could be recycled. Please look for the recycling bags in your classrooms and hallways. Be part of the solution! (4/5)

Any juniors interested in participating in Boy or Girls State, see Mr. Crystal. Boy or Girls State is a great opportunity for High School Juniors interested in increasing their knowledge and awareness concerning governmental processes and procedures at the city, county and state levels. It is a hands-on experience with simulation and active participation as the primary mode of learning. It takes place Mid-June on the Willamette University campus. Again, see Mr. Crystal if interested. (3/5)



FOUND a Scion car key. See Mrs. White for details. (4/5)

Attention all table tennis players!! For only $2, you will have the chance to challenge the one and only Mr. Crystal in a rally game to 5. Winner gets their money back as well as bragging rights for the rest of the year. Come to the Commons at lunch today if you wish to face off against Mr. Crystal and support Doernbecher! (4/5)









Seniors! Jostens’s will be here during lunch today with graduation announcements. Please come to the commons if you ordered announcements and would like to receive them.

Starting this week, breakfast is FREE on Fridays! We have several options to choose from, so come and get a healthy start to your day!

Do you enjoy attending sporting events, supporting your friends, and showing school spirit? If your answer is YES Sprague Cheer is for you! Tryouts are May 7th-9th - tryout packets are now available in the Athletic Office come grab yours today! Go Olys!

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Oly Pageant is on Saturday April 13, 7 pm at the historic Elsinore Theatre in downtown Salem. This year twelve senior contestants have been working tirelessly to raise money for Doernbecher Children's Hospital and aim to raise over $30,000 this year! The pageant is the grand finale to a successful year and we would like to invite all Sprague staff and students to attend. Tickets can be purchased for $12 from Mrs. Bucholz in room 161 or at the theatre the night of the pageant. Hope to see everyone there! (4/12)


Hey DECA students - if you're competing at Nationals, this is a reminder that your second deposit is due this Friday by 3pm. Please see Ms. Pollard to turn in your money. (4/5)



The Asian American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up May 17th. It’s a fun and educational event to be held at Concordia University in Portland. If you’re Asian American and think you might be interested in attending, please see Mr. Crystal to get more information. (5/15)



Attention Seniors! Are you interested or planning to go to University of Oregon next year? U of O’s First Year Program is going to be here on Thursday, April 11th at 9 a.m. If you are interested in visiting with them, please sign up in the Business Office. (4/11)



Jonny Matthew’s Private Career School will be in the commons on Wednesday, April 17th during lunch. They offer pre-licensing education in Barbering and Hair Design. Be sure to stop by and visit with them if you are interested in finding out more about this school. (4/17)

Shame on us... a recent waste audit revealed a large percentage of plastic bottles, non soiled papers and other items are being thrown in the trash that could be recycled. Please look for the recycling bags in your classrooms and hallways. Be part of the solution! (4/5)

The Sprague Book Club will be meeting today from 2:30-3:15 in the library. We will be discussing our Spring Break reads, the monthly book, and sharing snacks! See you there! (4/3)

The Sprague Manga Club will be discussing April's Manga of the Month on Thursday from 2:30-3:15 p.m. in the library! (4/4)

The College and Career Center is open today at lunch and after school. Find out about the many summer programs available through colleges to travel, learn and earn college credit at the same time. Juniors, now is a great time to begin your college search. Come in and get some ideas to help you find the college or career that’s just right for you. (4/3)

Any Juniors interested in participating in Boy or Girls State see Mr. Crystal. Boy or Girls State is a great opportunity for High School Juniors interested in increasing their knowledge and awareness concerning governmental processes and procedures at the city, county and state levels. It is a hands-on experience with simulation and active participation as the primary mode of learning. It takes place Mid-June on the Willamette University campus. Again, see Mr. Crystal if interested. (3/5)



FOUND a Scion car key. See Mrs. White for details. (4/5)



Reminder to all Concert Choir men – you have a rehearsal during lunch today in the choir room. Please be prompt! (4/3)



Teachers: Please dismiss the track team at 1:15pm today. (4/3)

Great Job to the Lady Oly golfers for a strong performance at the 1st CVC League golf tournament at Illahe yesterday. They were led by junior Deanna Salvatori who led all scorers with a 76. (4/3)



Attention all table tennis players!! For only $2, you will have the chance to challenge the one and only Mr. Crystal in a rally game to 5. Winner gets their money back as well as bragging rights for the rest of the year. Come to the Commons at lunch today, tomorrow and Friday if you wish to face off against Mr. Crystal and support Doernbecher! (4/5)

Congratulations to the Sprague Speech and Debate team for their outstanding work at the National Forensic League National Qualifying tournament held on March 21st, 22nd, and 234d at Mt. Hood Community College. The team placed 3rd overall, and the following students qualified to the national tournament in Birmingham, Alabama in June. Jonah Calhoun placed first in Humourous Interpretation and qualified to the national tournament. Olivia Wall and Quentin Michael placed first in Public Forum debate and qualified for the national tournament. Quentin has qualified all three years of his high school career so far. Only the second Olympian to do so. Great job Oly speechies! (4/3)