Monday, May 7, 2018

Monday, May 7, 2018

Are you interested in training to become an EMT, Fireman, or Police Officer? Did you know that Chemeketa Community College will have an Open House on Wednesday May 16th for interested persons.  Contact Chemeketa Community College at 503.399.2661 for more information.  5/15

Attention Seniors – the Senior Banquet is the last day of class for Seniors, Wednesday, June 6th. We will be at Willamette Heritage Center, at 6 pm. The cost for this fun evening is $20, which includes the senior superlative awards and a catered dinner. Plan to attend with your friends for an evening of laughter and entertainment. Tickets will be on sale beginning May 9th, through the Sprague bookkeeper. All fines and fees must be cleared before you can purchase a ticket.  5/8

The Salem Public Library Foundation is partnering with the Salem Public Library to support a paid summer internship in the Teen Scene. The internship is funded by an Inclusive Internship Initiative grant from the Public Library Association, a division of the American Library Association. The internship includes 10-12 weeks of paid work in the Teen Scene for 25-30 hours per week, as well as two all-expense paid training trips: to Washington DC from June 14-17; and to Chicago from September 28-30. (Both are mandatory)  Application packets are available in the College and Career Center starting today.  The deadline is May 8th. 5/7

Mandatory Sprague Boys Soccer Player Meeting today in the OLY Forum by the Office 2:30 PM right after school.

Hey Olys, are you excited about this warm weather we’re having? Why not ride your bike to school to get the most out of this sunshine? There is an upcoming Bike to School day on May 9th, but first there will be an informational “Bike Rodeo” this Saturday, May 5th, at North Salem High School from 1-3 pm.  We’d love to have Sprague students representing our school, so please attend to learn about biking laws and safety, and the benefits of biking to school! Look for fliers about this event around school, or email Mr. Dey for more information.  5/8

TEDxYouth@Salem is an event that puts the spotlight on innovative teens who want to give talks in a TED-like fashion. This event not only features youth but it is run entirely by high school students. If you are interested in applying to be one of the leaders who help put together the second year of this event, please fill out an application at Feel free to check out our Instagram @tedxyouthsalem and website for more information! The application closes on May 26th. 5/8