Tuesday, January 25, 2022

 January 25, 2022

Do you want to fall in love? Well we can’t help you with that, but there is a price for everything. For the small price of 1, 2, or 5 dollars, you can send someone special a val-o-gram to create the spark! We will be selling val-o-grams on the commons stage at lunch now through February 9th. You can also purchase them from Ms. Atkinson in room 133. Sweeten someone’s day with a val-o-gram!

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!

Congratulations to the following members of the Sprague Band who have been selected to participate in the 2022 Salem-Keizer All-City Band:

Reese Bennett
Fatehjot Gogia (FAH-tay GO-jiya)
Sara Ponsioen
Caden Randolph
Evan Randolph
Avery Rowzee
Darius Yehnert
Sadie Zager

 


Monday, January 24, 2022

 January 24, 2022

Do you want to fall in love? Well we can’t help you with that, but there is a price for everything. For the small price of 1, 2, or 5 dollars, you can send someone special a val-o-gram to create the spark! We will be selling val-o-grams on the commons stage at lunch now through February 9th. You can also purchase them from Ms. Atkinson in room 133. Sweeten someone’s day with a val-o-gram!

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!


 January 21, 2022

Do you want to fall in love? Well we can’t help you with that, but there is a price for everything. For the small price of 1, 2, or 5 dollars, you can send someone special a val-o-gram to create the spark! We will be selling val-o-grams on the commons stage at lunch now through February 9th. You can also purchase them from Ms. Atkinson in room 133. Sweeten someone’s day with a val-o-gram!

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!

Seniors deadline to submit your Senior Pic is this Sunday January 23rd at Midnight!  All information to submit can be found at Spraguehs.com. Do not delay! Submit today!!


Thursday, January 20, 2022

 January 20, 2022

Do you want to fall in love? Well we can’t help you with that, but there is a price for everything. For the small price of 1, 2, or 5 dollars, you can send someone special a val-o-gram to create the spark! We will be selling val-o-grams on the commons stage at lunch now through February 9th. You can also purchase them from Ms. Atkinson in room 133. Sweeten someone’s day with a val-o-gram!

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!

Attention Seniors. Are you paying attention? Important SENIOR information coming your way. Yearbook Pictures will be accepted through Midnight January 23rd. There is a $25 Late charge. Information can be found on the Spraguehs.com website Click the STUDENT tab , click YEARBOOK and then click SENIOR PORTRAITS for all the information to submit that Senior Pic!


Wednesday, January 19, 2022

 January 19, 2022

Do you want to fall in love? Well we can’t help you with that, but there is a price for everything. For the small price of 1, 2, or 5 dollars, you can send someone special a val-o-gram to create the spark! We will be selling val-o-grams on the commons stage at lunch now through February 9th. You can also purchase them from Ms. Atkinson in room 133. Sweeten someone’s day with a val-o-gram!

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!

Attention Seniors. Are you paying attention? Important SENIOR information coming your way. Yearbook Pictures will be accepted through Midnight January 23rd. There is a $25 Late charge. Information can be found on the Spraguehs.com website Click the STUDENT tab , click YEARBOOK and then click SENIOR PORTRAITS for all the information to submit that Senior Pic!


Tuesday, January 18, 2022

 January 18, 2022

Do you want to fall in love? Well we can’t help you with that, but there is a price for everything. For the small price of 1, 2, or 5 dollars, you can send someone special a val-o-gram to create the spark! We will be selling val-o-grams on the commons stage at lunch now through February 9th. You can also purchase them from Ms. Atkinson in room 133. Sweeten someone’s day with a val-o-gram!

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!

Attention Seniors. Are you paying attention? Important SENIOR information coming your way. Yearbook Pictures will be accepted through Midnight January 23rd. There is a $25 Late charge. Information can be found on the Spraguehs.com website Click the STUDENT tab , click YEARBOOK and then click SENIOR PORTRAITS for all the information to submit that Senior Pic!

Congratulations to Sprague’s Speech and Debate team for their hard work at the Jean Ward Invitation Speech and Debate Tournament hosted by Lewis and Clark University. Kiana Shim placed 5th in Radio Commentary, speaking on food appropriation and the need to honor the foods we use from other cultures. Nice job Olympian Speechies!

Thursday, January 13, 2022

 January 13, 2022

Today we will be having our Western Oregon University Latino Advisory Board monthly meeting! The meeting will be at the WOU Salem Building @ 525 Trade St SE. Dinner, and ​Spanish presentation on admissions will begin at 5:30PM. If you want more information about WOU LAB come see Juan, our Community School Outreach Coordinator, in the main office! 1/13

Key Club is partnering with Church of the Park to help the houseless people of the Salem community. From January 3rd through February 15th we will be gathering items to give to build warmth for those with housing instability during this cold season. Items such as coats for all ages that your family no longer is using- bath products,(toothpaste and toothbrushes) and non-perishable foods (like granola bars or pre wrapped jerky) food items that are portable. If you are wishing to donate: Mrs. Lee is taking items from Freshman, Mrs. K-T from Sophomores, Mr. Nickel for Juniors, and Mr. Mahi for Seniors. Check with your family, maybe they have items to share. We appreciate your help Sprague, let’s keep our community warm this winter!

Attention Seniors. Are you paying attention? Important SENIOR information coming your way. Yearbook Pictures will be accepted through Midnight January 23rd. There is a $25 Late charge. Information can be found on the Spraguehs.com website Click the STUDENT tab , click YEARBOOK and then click SENIOR PORTRAITS for all the information to submit that Senior Pic!

This coming Monday is Martin Luther King National Day of Service.  In 1994, the Federal Government made this a day of service.  It is not meant to be a holiday—but a day of thoughtful planned service to others.  You may want to pick up some garbage in the neighborhood, help a neighbor, or help your parents.  By helping others, you will honor the legacy of this great man.  

During the century after the Civil War, African Americans remained segregated in the South.  There they were treated with prejudice, denied voting rights and even lynched.   This time was called the “Jim Crow” era. 

Many African American leaders sought to overcome this.  One leader was Martin Luther King.  He was a minister who led hundreds of thousands of blacks to use civil protest to bring about change. He would be killed in 1968, at the age of 39. 

Thank you, Dr. King for changing the world with your bravery!