Friday, October 30, 2015
Have you ever had an interest in law enforcement? Ever wonder what it would be like to be a cop? The marion county sheriff's office cadet unit is looking for young women and men between the ages of 14 and a half and 21. As a cadet you will provide valuable community services and assist deputies on ride alongs. So if you are ready to become a member of the team go to www.gomcso.com and click on cadet unit for more information or to print out the application. All applications are due NO LATER than Friday, October 30th. 10/30
ILEAD Youth Summit is set for the 1st Saturday in November!
Olys are invited to join 150 high school students from Marion and Polk Counties
for this 1-day event. The theme this year is "Superheroes 101". Learn effective communication, leadership development, goal-setting and other skills
during workshop sessions and join in the large group games, Justice League Missions with college students and our evening recreation time too! School buses pick up at all Salem Keizer high schools for this FREE event.
For more information, pick up an application in the Business Office and look up our website for all the details!
Top o' the morning to all world-traveling Olympians! You've heard about it, you've talked about it, now do something about it....your trip to Ireland and Scotland awaits! Ms. Hatfield has detailed information about the trip abroad in June, if you stop by her room (#119). Be sure to keep talking to your friends and neighbors about this amazing opportunity! A parent meeting will follow in a couple weeks! 10/30
Have you ever wondered what the Day of the Dead is all about? The Spanish Club is hosting an after school get together on Tuesday, November 3rd in room 124. Come on by to learn about this Latin American celebration, learn a new trick and sample a yummy treat! 10/30
All Boys interested in trying out for basketball this winter there will be an informational meeting at lunch this Friday October 30th, beginning at 10:45 in the gym. During the meeting you will get a schedule for tryouts and other practice times and forms that need to be filled out before you can tryout. If you have any questions or are unable to attend please see Coach Dobrkovsky. Good Better Best! 10/30
Attention Student-Athletes: Registration for Winter Sports – Basketball, Wrestling & Swim – Begins Monday November 2nd. Your first day of practice is November 16th. In order to be eligible for Sprague Athletics you must have a current physical through the state championships and meet minimum academic requirements. In addition, all past fees and fines must be paid in full. Pick up your packet in the Athletics & Attendance office TODAY! 10/30
Next week is DECA Week at Sprague, and we invite all DECA members to participate in Dress for Success Day on Tuesday: wear your business best to school and showcase your DECA spirit. On Wednesday, wear your Be Epic chapter t-shirt, and Thursday is Throwback DECA shirt day so wear your oldest DECA shirt, or purchase one in the school store for only $5. Remember, it’s not too late to join DECA - but soon it will be, so don’t miss out!
Today is the last day of Club Rush. You can sign up for a club during lunch in the science wing today. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!
The Freshman Football ended it's season last night with a resounding win over McNary 44-14. It was a great team win. Ethan Flanigan, as the quarterback, led the offense to putting 44 points on the board. Jalen Hammer and Max Shaw had receiving touchdowns. Eli Larson led the line along with Alonzo Garcia, Austin Steiner, Jacob Luna, Brogan O'Leary, Jaron Bos, Michael Blevins led a strong rushing attack with running scores by Gejuan Lancaster, Landon Davis and Floyd Davidson. The Defense was very stout led by the hard hitting of Landon Davis,Will Deloretto, Po Tapia and Brady Mitchell. The secondary had interceptions by Will Deloretto and Josh Johnson. The Special Teams were special! Floyd Davidson blocked a punt which set up an offensive touchdown, Gejuan Lancaster returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and Brendan Mercier had a great punt which pinned the Celtics deep in their own territory. The Olys had a great season going undefeated in Oregon, with only one loss coming from a Washington team in their 9-1 season. The future looks very bright as these players continue to compete and progress.