Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Hello Class of 2019! We have started the Graduation Countdown Board in Senior Hallway.  Currently there are 122 school days until graduation!  The countdown board serves as a reminder of the timeline ahead of us to complete all graduation requirements.  Our vision is All Students Graduate and are Prepared for a Successful Life.  Please do whatever is necessary to work with your teachers, counselors and administration to assure that you will earn your diploma for the 2019 Commencement on June 7th!

Nov. 8th at 6pm in the library a meeting will be held to introduce Chelsea Qualls as the new softball coach.  All interested students who want to play softball are invited to meet our new coach and hear about the upcoming season.11/8

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

Attention winter athletes: Monday November 12th is the first official day of the winter sport season. If you are planning to participate in a winter sport, you will need to turn your athletic participation packet in to the athletic office before the end of the day this THURSDAY! Please keep in mind, that Monday is a holiday and all offices are closed, you will not be able to participate if you have not been cleared.

Environmental club will be meeting today at lunch in Mr. Dey’s room (room # 149). Make sure to stop by and be green!

Beginning Tuesday, November 13th – Sprague High School will be celebrating College Application Week.  Students and Staff will be encouraged to wear their favorite College Gear throughout the week.  Take a photo via Instagram and tag #Sprague CAW 2018 and you may win a prize at the end of the week.  11/9

Key Club is a volunteer organization focused on bettering our community.  If that sounds like a good idea to you, come to our meeting on Thursday.  Or, even better, join Key Club for our first annual leaf rake this afternoon!  If you have arms and legs and would like to join us in beautifying our campus, or if you just want to come and goof around for a bit whilst we rake leaves, please come!  We’ll meet in room 116 at 2:45 today.