Thursday, November 1, 2018

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Buenos Dias Sprague! The Spanish National Honor Society is hosting the DAY of the DEAD Spanish Club meeting today at lunch in room 124. Everyone is welcome to learn about this celebration of life, decorate a cookie and participate in other activities. Nos vemos! 10/31

Freshmen and sophomores: Are you wanting to get more involved at school? Want to help plan school activities like dances and assemblies? Leadership is looking for freshmen and sophomores who want to get more involved during second semester. Applications are in Mr. Schueller’s room, #142, or the front office. Applications are due November 30th , so don’t wait!  11/9

Our lost and found table is overflowing! Please look on the lost and found table in the commons as soon as possible for any items that may belong to you.  All items still left will be donated November 20th.  11/19

Attention: Swimmers, Wrestlers and Basketball players, athletic participation packets are now available for pickup in the athletic office. You must be enrolled in and passing five classes to participate as well as having a current sport physical on file. Packets can be turned in starting today.  11/1

Bonjour Sprague! This Friday after school, at 2:35, French National Honor Society will be hosting a movie night. We will be watching Ratatouille in French, but with subtitles too-- so if you are interested in watching, feel free to join us! All are welcome! Come down to room 123, Madame Downs' French room. 11/2

Thank you to everyone who voted for our staff pumpkin decorating contest.  We guarantee there was no cheating, only creativity at its best.  Our winners:  1st place goes to Mr. Kramer with the Darth Vader pumpkin—booyah Kramer—that pumpkin rocked the holiday.  2nd place goes to Ms. Downs, our lovely French teacher with the pumpkin saying, CARVED, nice job Ms. Downs, and finally 3rd place goes to Miss Atkinson, representing Oly Nation with her awesome Sprague pumpkin, super cool pumpkin Miss Atkinson.  We do have one honorable mention, this goes to Ms. Andersen’s niece, Jaycee, by far the most authentic scary pumpkin in the contest, red eyes, toothpick teeth.  Excellent job everyone.  Look for our next contest for Thanksgiving!!