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Campus Closure and information for the summer.

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Sprague Office Hours and Process

Sprague Sprague Campus Closed

Sprague High School’s campus is closed for the summer.

Sprague Office Moved

From June 22 through August 26 – Sprague’s office will be located at Crossler Middle School 1155 Davis Road S, Salem Oregon 97306. The ENTIRE Sprague campus is close to the public, including the stadium, grounds and school building.

Sprague Athletic Programs

Only pre-authorized, Sprague athletic programs may access the track, turf field, baseball/softball fields and tennis courts at specified times.

Sprague Offices Closed Dates

Sprague’s office will be closed from June 17-21, July 4, and Aug 29.

Please call the main office at 503-399-3261 for […]

Message from the Athletic Director

Categories: Athletics|

Fall Sports Registration

Fall sports registration will open on FamilyID on August 1st. Fall sports season starts August 15th. Please remember to get your sports physical taken care of ASAP. You MUST have a current sports physical and be registered on FamilyID prior to participating in athletics.

Olympian Values

Sprague Athletics is committed to excellence in all areas. Our student athletes display Olympian values during their classes, practices and games. Sprague Olympian values focus on honor, integrity, discipline, commitment, loyalty and determination. Sprague athletic programs use sports as a method to assist our students to grow into […]

Into The Woods

Categories: School News, Theatre|

Since seating is limited, Reserve your seats today!

Featuring many Sprague students and other members of the community, Into the Woods is one weekend only at the Pentacle Theatre!

The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King’s Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch’s curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone’s wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions […]

Summer 2022 Information for Sports

Categories: School News|

Offseason Information

*** NO Student/Athlete contact July 24th – 30th (OSAA Moratorium Week) ***

Baseball

  • No formal workouts for the summer. Please feel free to contact me with any questions about our program at buchheit_luke@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Boys Basketball

  • Summer League Schedule workouts, summer league and tournaments – May through July
  • Incoming 9th graders – read this 9th grade letter for details about workouts, tryouts, summer league and tournaments.
  • For athletes participating in summer league – parents should read this Summer League Parent letter with information about camp, league, tournaments, camps and costs.

Boys Soccer

  • SPRING TRAINING:
    • May 31st-June 3rd 5:30-7pm @ […]

Beacons to Honor Retired Sprague Coach June 18th

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Tickets sales and other information. 

2022 Class of Beacons Announced.

The Salem-Keizer High School Sports Booster Club has announced their 2021-22 annual class of Beacon honorees. On June 18th, 2022 at the Elsinore Theater in Downtown Salem the following will be honored as Beacons :

School Beacons

  • McKay – The Tavera Family
  • McNary – Vic Backlund
  • North Salem High School – Claudette Groenendaal
  • South Salem High School – Lara Tiffin
  • Sprague High School – Al Zupo
  • West Salem High School – Shawn Stanley

Community Beacons

  • Alan Bushong (CCTV), Mark Gilman (KBZY), John Piper (CCTV)

Posthumous Beacons

  • Kathleen Hanneman

Salem-Keizer Beacons Presentation Ceremony

Go to Salem-Keizer Beacons’ website for more information.

Buy individual tickets : […]

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