Friday, April 20, 2018


Friday, April 20, 2018

If you are bringing a guest to prom you must have completed a guest form.  These forms are available in the main office.  All fines and fees must be paid before the form will be approved.  Forms must be completed and returned by 3:30pm today. 

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be today from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Prom tickets will be sold this week during lunch.  Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/20

Please Release Team Sprague Track and Field Members going to McNary for the Freshman /Sophomore Invite at 1:30 today.

Please Release Team Sprague Track and Field Varsity members going to  the Canby Invitational at 1:45 today.

The 17th Annual African American Youth Leadership Conference is set for May 24th at Corban University.  Parent Permission Forms can be turned in starting Wednesday April 17th.  Students can pick up their permission forms with Ms. Dunn in the ASPIRE
Center.  4/23
Thursday, April 26th is the last day to submit leadership applications for next year. Applications can be found in Mr. Schueller’s room, 142. 4/26

Boys basketball open gym begins Monday after school for anyone interested in playing summer basketball.

Students…Please join the walkout today to demand responsible gun policies to protect our citizens. Students will exit class at 10 AM today and drive or carpool to the Oregon State Capitol here in Salem. We will have speeches, marching, and later join a town hall with legislators on the critical issue of Gun Policy Reform.
We want to emphasize that this is not a Sprague-endorsed or sanctioned event.  If you choose to walk out, it will be an unexcused absence.  Classes will take place as usual with teachers instructing and students learning.  To be responsible, we ask that you sign an exit log so Sprague staff can best account for all students that day to ensure the safety of all. You can sign this log on the day of or beforehand in the main office. Again, it will be an unexcused absence and school staff will not be supervising the walkout at the State Capitol.
If you would like more information regarding the walkout to the Capitol today, contact students Hayden Hemeon, Geovanny Tolentino, Max Laine, or Alyx Hall for more details.  Join us to Stand up and speak out. The time is now for change. 4/20

Thursday, April 19, 2018


Thursday, April 19, 2018

Don’t forget if you are bringing a guest to prom you must have completed a guest form.  These forms are available in the main office.  All fines and fees must be paid before the form will be approved.  Forms must be completed and returned by 3:30pm on Friday, 4/20. 

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Prom tickets will be sold this week during lunch.  Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/20

The 17th Annual African American Youth Leadership Conference is set for May 24th at Corban University.  Parent Permission Forms can be turned in starting Wednesday April 17th.  Students can pick up their permission forms with Ms. Dunn in the ASPIRE Center.  4/23

French Club is having its April meeting TODAY at lunch in room 123. Come join us to learn about and listen to French music from around the francophone world! There will also be information on how to run for the executive positions for next year. Hope to see you there!

There is a Japanese Culture Club meeting in the Library after school today. Hope to see you there!

Students…Please join the walkout on Friday, April 20th, to demand responsible gun policies to protect our citizens. Students will exit class at 10 AM this Friday and drive or  carpool to the Oregon State Capitol here in Salem. We will have speeches, marching, and later join a town hall with legislators on the critical issue of Gun Policy Reform.
We want to emphasize that this is not a Sprague-endorsed or sanctioned event.  If you choose to walk out, it will be an unexcused absence.  Classes will take place as usual with teachers instructing and students learning.  To be responsible, we ask that you sign an exit log so Sprague staff can best account for all students that day to ensure the safety of all. You can sign this log on the day of or beforehand in the main office. Again, it will be an unexcused absence and school staff will not be supervising the walkout at the State Capitol.
If you would like more information regarding the walkout to the Capitol this Friday, contact students Hayden Hemeon, Geovanny Tolentino, Max Laine, or Alyx Hall for more details.  Join us to Stand up and speak out. The time is now for change. 4/20

Wednesday, April 18, 2018


Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Don’t forget if you are bringing a guest to prom you must have completed a guest form.  These forms are available in the main office.  All fines and fees must be paid before the form will be approved.  Forms must be completed and returned by 3:30pm on Friday, 4/20. 

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Prom tickets will be sold this week at lunch.  Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/20

Bonjour, Olys! Stop by rooms 132 and 133 this Wednesday, April 18th, to learn about and celebrate French culture as a part of leadership's cultural appreciation week. Everyone is welcome to join us for this fun meeting, you don't have to be taking French to attend. There will be French music and foods! We're looking forward to seeing you this Wednesday at lunch in the Curry and Trammell humanities classroom! 4/18

The 17th Annual African American Youth Leadership Conference is set for May 24th at Corban University.  Parent Permission Forms can be turned in starting Wednesday April 17th.  Students can pick up their permission forms with Ms. Dunn in the ASPIRE Center. 

The Girls Golf Team won the 4th straight GVC match of the season yesterday at Quail Valley Golf Course. Four of the varsity players finished in the top ten! Quincy Beyrouty finished 2 over par and 1 off the lead. Reese Sherwood finished 3rd, Natalie Bock finished 5th, and Taylor Monismith finished tied for 8th.  Avery Davidson was the JV medalist shooting a personal best for the season!

Please Release TEAM Sprague Track and Field at 1:30 for their Conference Meet at McKay.

Students…Please join the walkout on Friday, April 20th, to demand responsible gun policies to protect our citizens. Students will exit class at 10 AM this Friday and drive or  carpool to the Oregon State Capitol here in Salem. We will have speeches, marching, and later join a town hall with legislators on the critical issue of Gun Policy Reform.

We want to emphasize that this is not a Sprague-endorsed or sanctioned event.  If you choose to walk out, it will be an unexcused absence.  Classes will take place as usual with teachers instructing and students learning.  To be responsible, we ask that you sign an exit log so Sprague staff can best account for all students that day to ensure the safety of all. You can sign this log on the day of or beforehand in the main office. Again, it will be an unexcused absence and school staff will not be supervising the walkout at the State Capitol.

If you would like more information regarding the walkout to the Capitol this Friday, contact students Hayden Hemeon, Geovanny Tolentino, Max Laine, or Alyx Hall for more details.  Join us to Stand up and speak out. The time is now for change. 4/20



Tuesday, April 17, 2018


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

In the spirit of Cultural Awareness and as an early Children’s Day celebration, the Spanish Honor Society members invite you to play games at lunch today in the library. Join us to play both traditional and familiar games with a Spanish twist. There will be a Balero contest: Can you beat Mr. Vega? See you at lunch for fun and games in the library! 4/17

Don’t forget if you are bringing a guest to prom you must have completed a guest form.  These forms are available in the main office.  All fines and fees must be paid before the form will be approved.  Forms must be completed and returned by 3:30pm on Friday, 4/20. 

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Prom tickets will be sold this week at lunch beginning today.  Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/17

Please excuse the Girls Tennis Team at 1:45 for their match against McMinnville.

Bonjour, Olys! Stop by rooms 132 and 133 this Wednesday, April 18th, to learn about and celebrate French culture as a part of leadership's cultural appreciation week. Everyone is welcome to join us for this fun meeting, you don't have to be taking French to attend. There will be French music and foods! We're looking forward to seeing you this Wednesday at lunch in the Curry and Trammell humanities classroom! 4/18

Please excuse the varsity baseball team today at 1:45 for their game vs Forest Grove. Thank you and have a great day.

Chain Reaction will meet in the Oly Forum during lunch today.

The oly golf team bounced back from their 5th place finish last week to take 2nd place yesterday at Quail Valley Golf Course. The match was shortened due to weather and course conditions. The final GVC match is next Monday at Creekside golf club,  before districts on April 30th.

Students…Please join the walkout on Friday, April 20th, to demand responsible gun policies to protect our citizens. Students will exit class at 10 AM this Friday and drive or  carpool to the Oregon State Capitol here in Salem. We will have speeches, marching, and later join a town hall with legislators on the critical issue of Gun Policy Reform.
We want to emphasize that this is not a Sprague-endorsed or sanctioned event.  If you choose to walk out, it will be an unexcused absence.  Classes will take place as usual with teachers instructing and students learning.  To be responsible, we ask that you sign an exit log so Sprague staff can best account for all students that day to ensure the safety of all. You can sign this log on the day of or beforehand in the main office. Again, it will be an unexcused absence and school staff will not be supervising the walkout at the State Capitol.
If you would like more information regarding the walkout to the Capitol this Friday, contact students Hayden Hemeon, Geovanny Tolentino, Max Laine, or Alyx Hall for more details.  Join us to Stand up and speak out. The time is now for change. 4/20



Monday, April 16, 2018


Monday, April 16, 2018

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Don’t forget if you are bringing a guest to prom you must have completed a guest form.  These forms are available in the main office.  All fines and fees must be paid before the form will be approved.  Forms must be completed and returned by 3:30pm on Friday, 4/20. 

The deadline for field trips to Chemeketa Orientation on 04/20, the University of Portland on 04/22,  and  Linn-Benton Community College on 04/23 are due today.  Students can pick up blue permission forms in the College and Career Center. 4/16

Prom tickets will be sold this week at lunch beginning on Tuesday April 17th.  Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/17

Congratulations to Sprague Wind Ensemble for winning first place at the Greater Valley Conference Districts competition on Friday. 

Last Week, 22 Sprague Seniors were awarded as Chemeketa Scholars for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.  The following students were recognized as Chemeketa Scholars:

 Recipients

Rebecca Adams
Shaelynn Barna
Tatiana Chess
Saul Coria
Nicholas Costa
Jan Aljon Felipe
Ericka Greene
Oksana Greenwood
Mohammad Hasan
Alyssa Lutz
Abigayle McFetridge
Lucas Murphy
Kayla Rasmussen
Taryn Simons
Roopbir Singh
Harmanjot Thind
Matthew Trump
Jeffrey Unrein
Juliette Vold
Emily Walters
Makayla Weeber
Shae Zeimantz

Seniors are reminded to submit their scholarship awards online at spraguehs.com before May 14th.  Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Chemeketa Scholars.


Friday, April 13, 2018


Friday, April 13, 2018

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

The Sprague girls soccer program is hosting an informational meeting today at 4 PM in the Sprague library.  If you are interested in playing for the Sprague girls soccer program, we hope to see you there.  If you can’t attend and are interested, please contact Coach Kevin Plechl at plechl_kevin@salkeiz.k12.or.us. 4/13

Attention graduating Olympians! Application forms are available for trying out as a senior assembly or commencement ceremony speaker! It’s a lot of fun and easier than you think. But starting now is an important key. The first step is to swing by Mr. Curry’s room, room 133, and pick up a form. They’re on display just outside his door. Fill out the form and return to Mr. Curry directly or to his box in the main office. Paper to old world for you? Download the form from the schools website. The link is on the senior calendar. The form and a copy of your speech is due May 4th. Tryouts will happen the following week. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Curry for details and help in crafting your speech. The more seniors who try out, the better the speeches this June will be. 4/13

Prom tickets will be sold next week at lunch beginning on Tuesday April 17th. Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/17

The deadline for field trips to Chemeketa Orientation on 04/20, the University of Portland on 04/22,  and  Linn-Benton Community College on 04/23 are due by Monday, April 16th.   Students can pick up blue permission forms in the College and Career Center. 4/16

Today during lunch in the commons, Oly Pageant tickets will be sold for $12.00 each. Please come and support Doernbecher Children’s Hospital this Saturday at 7:00pm at the Elsinore Theatre.

Thursday, April 12, 2018


Thursday, April 12, 2018

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

The Sprague girls soccer program is hosting an informational meeting this Friday, April 13th at 4 PM in the Sprague library.  If you are interested in playing for the Sprague girls soccer program, we hope to see you Friday.  If you can’t attend and are interested, please contact Coach Kevin Plechl at plechl_kevin@salkeiz.k12.or.us. 4/13

Attention graduating Olympians! Application forms are available for trying out as a senior assembly or commencement ceremony speaker! It’s a lot of fun and easier than you think. But starting now is an important key. The first step is to swing by Mr. Curry’s room, room 133, and pick up a form. They’re on display just outside his door. Fill out the form and return to Mr. Curry directly or to his box in the main office. Paper to old world for you? Download the form from the schools website. The link is on the senior calendar. The form and a copy of your speech is due May 4th. Tryouts will happen the following week. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Curry for details and help in crafting your speech. The more seniors who try out, the better the speeches this June will be. 4/13

Prom tickets will be sold next week at lunch beginning on Tuesday April 17th. Single tickets are 35 dollars and couple tickets are 50 dollars. Prom tickets will not be sold to students with fines and fees so get those taken care of beforehand. Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.  See Ms. Brouse in room 135 if you have any questions. 4/17

The deadline for field trips to Chemeketa Orientation on 04/20, the University of Portland on 04/22,  and  Linn-Benton Community College on 04/23 are due by Monday, April 16th.   Students can pick up blue permission forms in the College and Career Center. 4/16

The Girls Golf Team finished 35 strokes ahead of the competition yesterday to win another GVC match, this time at McNary Golf Course. Quincy Beyrouty won the match by two strokes. Natalie Bock finished 4th and Reese Sherwood finished tied for 5th.  On the JV team, Avery Davidson finished tied for 3rd and Kennedy Merzenich finished tied for 5th. 

In miserable conditions, Team Sprague Track and Field swept South Salem winning both the boys and girls dual.  Alexa Smith won both the 100m and 200m ,  Megan Sims won all three throws, and Elise Abbott won the 800m.    For the boys, Wiley Roberts and Jarod Smith won the 100m and 200m, Preston Reason won the High Hurdles, Jacob Luna won the Shot Put and Javelin, Eli Larson won the Discus and Colby Evenson won the 800m.

Team Sprague Track and Field will not have practice today, but will resume our training tomorrow at the Track.

All baseball games have been cancelled today. Practice will start at 3:00 in the barn.

Today during lunch in the commons, Oly Pageant tickets will be sold for $12.00 each! Come support Doernbecher Children’s Hospital this Saturday.


Wednesday, April 11, 2018


Wednesday, April 11, 2018

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

Today’s scheduled Q & A session with University of Oregon Admission Officials for future students has been postponed to a later date.   The University of Oregon is still hosting all Fall 2018 students on Thursday night at the Salem Convention Center starting at 6:30 p.m.   There will also be a breakfast for Pathway Oregon recipients on Saturday, April 14 at the Red Lion Hotel in Salem from 8:30 am to 11:00 am.

Attention graduating Olympians! Application forms are available for trying out as a senior assembly or commencement ceremony speaker! It’s a lot of fun and easier than you think. But starting now is an important key. The first step is to swing by Mr. Curry’s room, room 133, and pick up a form. They’re on display just outside his door. Fill out the form and return to Mr. Curry directly or to his box in the main office. Paper to old world for you? Download the form from the schools website. The link is on the senior calendar. The form and a copy of your speech is due May 4th. Tryouts will happen the following week. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Curry for details and help in crafting your speech. The more seniors who try out, the better the speeches this June will be. 4/13

The Sprague girls soccer program is hosting an informational meeting this Friday, April 13th at 4 PM in the Sprague library.  If you are interested in playing for the Sprague girls soccer program, we hope to see you Friday.  If you can’t attend and are interested, please contact Coach Kevin Plechl at plechl_kevin@salkeiz.k12.or.us.

Please excuse the Girls Golf Team at 8:45 for our GVC match at McNary Golf Course.

Sprague students:  Prom tickets will be going on sale soon.  You must have all fines and fees paid before you can purchase tickets.  Check in with the bookkeeper to make sure you are clear.  Fines and fees can also be viewed and paid for online at https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us/.


Tuesday, April 10, 2018


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

On Tuesday, April 10th at 1:30 – All future Portland State University students are asked to meet in the ASPIRE Center for a Q&A session with a PSU official. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dunn. 4/10

On Wednesday, April 11th at 10:00 a.m. – All future University of Oregon students are asked to meet in the ASPIRE Center for a Q&A session with an official from the University of Oregon. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dunn.  4/11

All those interested in playing volleyball next season, spring practices begin Tuesday April 10th and run every Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-4:30pm thru the end of June!  Be there! 4/10

Attention graduating Olympians! Application forms are available for trying out as a senior assembly or commencement ceremony speaker! It’s a lot of fun and easier than you think. But starting now is an important key. The first step is to swing by Mr. Curry’s room, room 133, and pick up a form. They’re on display just outside his door. Fill out the form and return to Mr. Curry directly or to his box in the main office. Paper to old world for you? Download the form from the schools website. The link is on the senior calendar. The form and a copy of your speech is due May 4th. Tryouts will happen the following week. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Curry for details and help in crafting your speech. The more seniors who try out, the better the speeches this June will be. 4/13

The Sprague girls soccer program is hosting an informational meeting this Friday, April 13th at 4 PM in the Sprague library.  If you are interested in playing for the Sprague girls soccer program, we hope to see you Friday.  If you can’t attend and are interested, please contact Coach Kevin Plechl at plechl_kevin@salkeiz.k12.or.us.

Today we are celebrating our library staff. Mrs. Hardy our media specialist and Ms. Perez her assistant do such a great job making our library a wonderful place for students and staff. Make sure and let them know how much you appreciate them.


Monday, April 9, 2018


Monday, April 9, 2018

Attention Speech Team members, if you qualified for State, there is a mandatory meeting today during lunch in room 133. All individual speakers and debaters are expected to attend. We are discussing practice schedules, tournament procedure, and OSAA rules. Pease be in room 133 today at lunch. Mr. Curry thanks you. 4/9

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

On Tuesday,  April 10th at 1:30 – All future Portland State University students are asked to meet in the ASPIRE Center for a Q&A session with a PSU official. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dunn. 4/10

On Wednesday, April 11th at 10:00 a.m. – All future University of Oregon students are asked to meet in the ASPIRE Center for a Q&A session with an official from the University of Oregon. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dunn.  4/11

All those interested in playing volleyball next season, spring practices begin Tuesday April 10th and run every Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-4:30pm thru the end of June!  Be there! 4/10

The Girls Golf Team finished five strokes off the lead for second place in the Ridgeview Invitational at Juniper Golf Course on Friday. With 8 teams and over 50 golfers, junior Quincy Beyrouty shot a 5 over 77 to win the tournament. Sophomore Reese Sherwood tied for 8th and senior Natalie Bock tied for 10th. Taylor Monismith and Chloe Elmore helped the varsity team claim the second place trophy. 4/9

Attention graduating Olympians! Application forms are available for trying out as a senior assembly or commencement ceremony speaker! It’s a lot of fun and easier than you think. But starting now is an important key. The first step is to swing by Mr. Curry’s room, room 133, and pick up a form. They’re on display just outside his door. Fill out the form and return to Mr. Curry directly or to his box in the main office. Paper to old world for you? Download the form from the schools website. The link is on the senior calendar. The form and a copy of your speech is due May 4th. Tryouts will happen the following week. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Curry for details and help in crafting your speech. The more seniors who try out, the better the speeches this June will be. 4/13

Please dismiss the boy’s golf team today at 8:45 for their tournament at McNary Golf Club. 4/9

Friday, April 6, 2018


Friday, April 6, 2018

Attention graduating Olympians. If you are part of the graduating class of 2018 and want an active part in your graduation ceremonies, consider applying for a spot as a student speaker during either the Thursday Awards Ceremony or the Friday evening Commencement Ceremony. This is an open tryout, available to all Olympians who are graduating in June. The process is simple: see Mr. Curry in Room 133 for an application form. Fill it out and return it by May 4th along with a copy of your speech. On the form, indicate which afternoon you want to try out: May 9th, 10th, or 11th. Staff and administrators will evaluate the speeches and announce Thursday morning and Friday evening speakers. This is a great opportunity to make one final impact on your fellow classmates and the community as a whole, and the more students who try out, the higher quality speeches we get to enjoy in June. If you have any questions, or want to pick up the graduation form, come see Mr. Curry in room 133 today. 4/11

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18 – Please note, time and date due have been revised. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

This week’s scholarship spotlight is the Oregon Jaycees Scholarship.   This one time grant will be awarded to a graduating Oregon high school senior.  Applicants must have at least a 3.75 unweighted GPA to qualify.  For More Information, please see Ms. Dunn. 4/6

All those interested in playing volleyball next season, spring practices begin Tuesday April 10th and run every Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-4:30pm thru the end of June!  Be there! 4/10

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

Please excuse the varsity and JV baseball teams today at 1:45 for their game against McMinnville. Thank you and Go Oly’s! 

Please release the Varsity Track & Field Team for their Invitational Meet at West Salem at 12:15 today.

On Tuesday,  April 10th at 1:30 – All future Portland State University students are asked to meet in the ASPIRE Center for a Q&A session with a PSU official. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dunn. 4/10

On Wednesday, April 11th at 10:00 a.m. – All future University of Oregon students are asked to meet in the ASPIRE Center for a Q&A session with an official from the University of Oregon. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dunn.  4/11

Thursday, April 5, 2018


Thursday, April 5, 2018

Attention graduating Olympians. If you are part of the graduating class of 2018 and want an active part in your graduation ceremonies, consider applying for a spot as a student speaker during either the Thursday Awards Ceremony or the Friday evening Commencement Ceremony. This is an open tryout, available to all Olympians who are graduating in June. The process is simple: see Mr. Curry in Room 133 for an application form. Fill it out and return it by May 4th along with a copy of your speech. On the form, indicate which afternoon you want to try out: May 9th, 10th, or 11th. Staff and administrators will evaluate the speeches and announce Thursday morning and Friday evening speakers. This is a great opportunity to make one final impact on your fellow classmates and the community as a whole, and the more students who try out, the higher quality speeches we get to enjoy in June. If you have any questions, or want to pick up the graduation form, come see Mr. Curry in room 133 today. 4/11

Are you a senior planning to attend a University, College or trade school in the state of Oregon? Four renewable scholarships will be issued for the 2018-2019 academic year. Each scholarship is worth $4,000 per year for a total commitment of $16,000 per student.  To be considered, all applicants must submit a completed application online, which includes a one-page personal essay and two letters of recommendation. Transcripts are not required, nor requested by HFF.  The application deadline for the 2018-2019 academic year is APRIL 5, 2018.  Apply here: http://harringtonfamilyfoundation.slideroom.com

Do you want to win a $15 dollar dutch bros gift card? Do you or someone you know have a prom dress or prom accessories that are not used anymore? Sprague will be doing its 2nd Annual prom dress and accessory drive to help collect items for local non-profit Abby’s Closet. You can help by bringing items that include prom dresses, accessories or cash. We will be collecting these items during the weeks of March 12th through April 5th. Items donated will be worth 1 entry in the drawing, cash or 5 items will double your entries and 10 items/ $20 or more dollars will triple your entries. If you have any questions, please ask Mr. Schueller or find the contact information in the main office. 4/5

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18 – Please note, time and date due have been revised. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention Seniors: April starts the celebration for the Class of 2018.  Students and staff are encouraged to wear their favorite college and career gear!  All seniors are encouraged to participate in the Pantheon.  There will be prizes, photos, and snacks for you.

Beginning today, All Seniors will start to report their college or career choice on the 2018 Post High School Plans Form.  This form will be placed online and we encourage all graduating seniors to participate.  This form can be filled out multiple times to include your college or career choice and any scholarship awards.  Please see Ms. Dunn or Ms. Munson if you have any questions.  The Deadline for this information is May 14th. 4/5

This week’s scholarship spotlight is the Oregon Jaycees Scholarship.   This one time grant will be awarded to a graduating Oregon high school senior.  Applicants must have at least a 3.75 unweighted GPA to qualify.  For More Information, please see Ms. Dunn. 4/6

All those interested in playing volleyball next season, spring practices begin Tuesday April 10th and run every Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-4:30pm thru the end of June!  Be there! 4/10

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13

A few cell phones have recently been turned in - if you have lost your cell phone, please come to the main office. 4/5



Wednesday, April 4, 2018


Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Attention graduating Olympians. If you are part of the graduating class of 2018 and want an active part in your graduation ceremonies, consider applying for a spot as a student speaker during either the Thursday Awards Ceremony or the Friday evening Commencement Ceremony. This is an open tryout, available to all Olympians who are graduating in June. The process is simple: see Mr. Curry in Room 133 for an application form. Fill it out and return it by May 4th along with a copy of your speech. On the form, indicate which afternoon you want to try out: May 9th, 10th, or 11th. Staff and administrators will evaluate the speeches and announce Thursday morning and Friday evening speakers. This is a great opportunity to make one final impact on your fellow classmates and the community as a whole, and the more students who try out, the higher quality speeches we get to enjoy in June. If you have any questions, or want to pick up the graduation form, come see Mr. Curry in room 133 today. 4/11

Are you a senior planning to attend a University, College or trade school in the state of Oregon? Four renewable scholarships will be issued for the 2018-2019 academic year. Each scholarship is worth $4,000 per year for a total commitment of $16,000 per student.  To be considered, all applicants must submit a completed application online, which includes a one-page personal essay and two letters of recommendation. Transcripts are not required, nor requested by HFF.  The application deadline for the 2018-2019 academic year is APRIL 5, 2018.  Apply here: http://harringtonfamilyfoundation.slideroom.com

Do you want to win a $15 dollar dutch bros gift card? Do you or someone you know have a prom dress or prom accessories that are not used anymore? Sprague will be doing its 2nd Annual prom dress and accessory drive to help collect items for local non-profit Abby’s Closet. You can help by bringing items that include prom dresses, accessories or cash. We will be collecting these items during the weeks of March 12th through April 5th. Items donated will be worth 1 entry in the drawing, cash or 5 items will double your entries and 10 items/ $20 or more dollars will triple your entries. If you have any questions, please ask Mr. Schueller or find the contact information in the main office. 4/5

PROM GUEST FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE-ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE FORM WILL BE APPROVED. THE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 3:30 P.M. ON 4/20/18 – Please note, time and date due have been revised. 4/23

Attention all students: Leadership, Spanish and French national honor societies are partnering together to hold a cultural diversity potluck! The potluck will be on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 – 3:30 in the commons. All students are welcome. The cost is either bringing a cultural dish to share or $5 if you don’t bring a dish to share. Sign-up sheets to bring food are posted outside Mr. Schueller’s, Mrs. Downs, and Mrs. Lentz’s rooms. We hope to see you all there to celebrate all of the diversity at Sprague! 4/20

Attention Seniors: April starts the celebration for the Class of 2018.  Students and staff are encouraged to wear their favorite college and career gear!  All seniors are encouraged to participate in the Pantheon.  There will be prizes, photos, and snacks for you.

Beginning Thursday, All Seniors will start to report their college or career choice on the 2018 Post High School Plans Form.  This form will be placed online and we encourage all graduating seniors to participate.  This form can be filled out multiple times to include your college or career choice and any scholarship awards.  Please see Ms. Dunn or Ms. Munson if you have any questions.  The Deadline for this information is May 14th.

This week’s scholarship spotlight is the Oregon Jaycees Scholarship.   This one time grant will be awarded to a graduating Oregon high school senior.  Applicants must have at least a 3.75 unweighted GPA to qualify.  For More Information, please see Ms. Dunn. 4/6

All those interested in playing volleyball next season, spring practices begin Tuesday April 10th and run every Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-4:30pm thru the end of June!  Be there! 4/10

Please Release Team Sprague Track and Field Athletes for their meet at McMinnville at 1:15pm (During 7th).

A few cell phones have recently been turned in - if you have lost your cell phone, please come to the main office. 4/5

Attention all students: On Thursday, April 19th, during cultural diversity week, Sprague will be hosting a guest speaker who will present stories of survival during the holocaust. Seats are limited and you must fill out an application to attend. You can pick up an application in room 142 (Mr. Schueller’s room) or the athletic office. Please see Mr. Schueller in room 142 if you have any questions. 4/13