Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Today’s Trivia question comes from Arts & Literature: What Simpsonian expression made it into the New Oxford Dictionary of English in 1998? Stay tuned to the end of the announcements for the answer.
Attention JV and Freshman baseball players! There will be an informative meeting today in the weight room at 11:15 sharp! See you there, Coach Buchheit.
Concordia University will be hosting the Asian American Youth Leadership Conference on Friday, May 15th. The conference will provide opportunities to gain personal development and knowledge, learn and share your cultural/ethnic heritage, meet new friends and network with others, experience new ideas and possibilities, and participate in a variety of scholarship competitions. Applications are available in the business office and will be due on April 3rd. For more information about the conference and the scholarship applications, please see Mrs. Langeliers in the business office. 4/10
Would you like a free lunch? The lunch room is looking for students to help out, please contact Sherri Rhoton if you are interested.
After School Tutoring is today in Mr. Harris’ Math Room 12, from 3:00 to 4:30.
Any girls interested in playing volleyball in the fall need to attend an informational meeting this Wednesday, April 1st at 6:30pm at the Sprague Gym. You will get information regarding upcoming fundraisers, open gyms, and tryouts. We will see you there! 4/1
Congratulations to the Sprague Olyanne dance team for their participation in the OSAA Dance Team State Championships in Portland on March 18 and 19! In addition to presenting a strong performance, the team was also honored to have Britt Hudson, Ashley Dankenbring and Madelyn Hanes selected to sing the national anthem prior to the final round. The Olyannes were also excited to have Vernita Reyna, their head coach, announced as the 6A Dance Team Coach of the Year for 2015 by the Dance and Drill Coaches Association. The championships topped off a great winter season for the dance team...way to go Olyannes! 4/1
Today’s Answer: The Simpsonian expression, “D’oh” made it into the New Oxford Dictionary of English in 1998. Homer’s catchword is defined as, “used to comment on an action perceived as foolish or stupid.”