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Disney’s Frozen Junior at Sprague High School

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Disney’s Frozen Junior at Sprague High School

Wednesday, May 17- Saturday, May 20 7pm

Saturday, May 20 2pm as well

Monday, May 22 7pm

Tickets $10 suggested price cash/check at the door. Students under 5 free.

Saturday, May 13 2pm: Disney’s Frozen JrPrincess and  Character Tea

Sprague Commons/Small Stage

$25 for first child (accompanying adult free) suggested price, $20 for each additional family child. Families over three children will have reduced pricing.

Included in this price:

Light snacks

Frozen Goodie Bags

Meet and Greet with the main characters

Photo Shoot and autograph session with the characters

Child ticket to the show (for each paying child in attendance)

Preview of songs/music from the show

Payment cash or check at the door

RSVP (Limited seating available)

Sullivan_kari@salkeiz.k12.or.us or call Sprague and leave a message for Kari Sullivan


Categories: Featured News|

****Prom week is finally here! We would love to see all of you at our Prom assembly Thursday after first period. You only have three days left to purchase your ticket! Tickets can be purchased before school, at lunch, and after school. Thursday, May 4th will be the FINAL DAY to purchase tickets!

Prom 2023

Theme: Greek Garden

Location: Zenith Vineyards

Date: May 5th, 2023

Time: 7-9:30pm

Cost: $35 per person ($5 discount with ASB, $5 “early bird discount” purchased by 4/14/23)


Tickets will be available for purchase on 4/3/2023. Tickets can be purchased from the bookkeeper before school, after school, and during lunch.


All Juniors and Seniors are invited. Underclassman or students from another high school must be invited by a Sprague Junior or Senior.


Before purchasing tickets:

  • All students must complete the “Dance Agreement Form” (if they did not already do so for Homecoming).
  • Guests from another school will need to complete the “Dance Guest Form”, and turn in to the office by Friday, April 28th.

All dance forms will be available in the main office March 1st.

High school athletic officials needed – Register today!

Categories: Featured News, Press Room, School News|

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has an urgent need for sports officials throughout the state, including Salem-Keizer.

Those 18 and older who enjoy being part of the game, supporting their community, and setting their own schedule as an independent contractor are ideal candidates for these flexible positions.

Applicants can expect to receive an Officials Packet and complete required certification and training from their local association.

Visit the OSAA registration page to sign up and learn more about the timeline for registering and testing.

FINAL REMINDER! Deadline to Submit Senior Portrait- January 23rd

Categories: Featured News, School News, Seniors|

Seniors and Early Graduates must submit their senior photos by January 23rd, a late of $25 will be applied as the original deadline was December 12th. Please visit https://spragueyb.weebly.com for more information on how to submit.

Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Schedule

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Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Schedule

*If a student has a conflict with a testing date or time, such as for sports, please see Assistant Principal Jim Miller no later than January 15, 2023 to sign up for a late testing date.

*Art and Design: Friday, May 5, 2023 (8 p.m. ET), is the deadline for AP Art and Design students to submit portfolios as final to the AP Program in the AP Digital Portfolio.

Think before you post

Categories: Featured News, Press Room, School News, Schools|

When schools receive hoax threats, rumors of threats, and when there is a spread of false information, learning environments are disrupted and and there is understandably increased fear in our community.

Safety is our top priority

The safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and families is our top priority. Maintaining safety in our schools requires an ongoing partnership with school staff, students, families, law enforcement and the surrounding community.

Safety is critical, and our district fully investigates each threat in collaboration with the FBI and/or our state and local law enforcement partners.

Issuing a threat is a crime

As a district, we have investigated a number of hoax threats of targeted violence against local schools. These threats—often issued via text message or posted on social media—are taken very seriously. Our law enforcement partners investigate every tip to ensure the safety of our students, staff and community. Hoax threats can result in both arrest by law enforcement and/or suspension or expulsion by the school district. Hoax threats are not a joke, and they can have devastating consequences—both for the public and for those who post them.

Issuing a threat—even over social media, via text message, verbally, through email, or other means—is a crime. Please share with your kids and those in your community that making a threat is a poor choice that could impact them for years to come.

Threats impact our entire community

In addition to the individual consequences a person may face, these threats have a serious impact on our community. They divert district resources from providing support for students and disrupt the learning environment for hundreds of students. Law enforcement resources are diverted from investigating other crimes, and they cost taxpayers a lot of money. The threats can also cause severe emotional distress to students, school staff and families.

Things to remember

Don’t share or forward a threat until law enforcement has a chance to investigate—this can spread misinformation and cause panic.

  • Don’t ever post or send any hoax threats online
  • If you are the target of an online threat, call your local law enforcement immediately
  • Salem Police Department Non-Emergency 503-588-6123
  • Keizer Police Department Non-Emergency 503-390-2000
  • Marion County Sheriff’s Office 503-588-5032

If you see a threat of violence posted online, contact local law enforcement or call 1-800-CALL-FBI. You can also submit information online to the FBI on the FBI’s website.

Use SafeOregon by calling or sending a text to 844-472-3367 anytime. Tips also can be emailed or made through the SafeOregon app.

Remember – a hoax threat is no joke. Think before you post.

Hometown Ticketing for Athletic Events

Categories: Athletics, Featured News|

Sprague Students and Families,


We have moved to using an online athletic ticketing service for all Salem-Keizer athletic events called Hometown Ticketing. Fans will use this service to purchase tickets for football, varsity soccer and volleyball. For home athletic events at Sprague High School, please follow the link below to our online Hometown ticketing storefront to purchase tickets to get into athletic events at Sprague High School and the rest of Salem-Keizer games. Purchasing tickets online will eventually assist all of us in getting fans into games more efficiently.  You can also go into your app store and download “HomeTown Fan” app to quickly set up the app on your phone for both home and away contests.

Family Passes will be sold at the main gate, cash or check only.

ASB Cards get students into the games for free for all in town games.

Thank you for taking the time to get ready prior to events, so that you can get into games quicker!  We look forward to our amazing Sprague community supporting our student athletes this year! Go Olys!


Link to Hometown Ticketing

Pricing Information:

Central Valley Conference Event Admission
Any Game Attached to a Varsity Contest JV/FR Football
Adults $7.00 $4.00
CVC students with ASB card and team is playing Free Free
High School Students w/o ASB card or from a school NOT playing $5.00 $3.00
K-8 Students $4.00 $2.00
Seniors (60+ with ID) Free Free


** Passes accepted:  OSAA, OACA Gold Card, and CVC. **


All Season Sports Pass—Family – $175.00
(Admits a family of two adults and all children through 8th grade; all events-all year)

Two cards-additional cards $2.00 each.


All Season Sports Pass—Individual – $75.00
(Admits an individual to all Sprague athletic events for the entire school year.


Fall Season Pass – $85.00
(Admits a family of two adults and all children through 8th grade to all regular home athletic events.)   Two cards-additional cards $2.00 each.

Fall Season Individual Pass – $50.00
(Admits one adult to all regular season athletic events.) One card.

Attendance Reporting

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Check Out Procedure:

Students must check out through the Main Office before leaving school.

There are two ways that parents/guardians can check out their student during the school day:

  1. Students can bring a note signed by a parent/guardian. Students should bring their note (with the date and requested check out time) to the Attendance window in the Main Office at the beginning of school to fill out a Check Out Form. Students will be released at the requested time after checking out in the office.
  2. If a note is not sent to school with the student, the parent/guardian must come to the Main Office in person to check out their student.


*Telephone calls requesting to check out students will not be accepted. 


*Please note that it can take up to 20 minutes to pull a student from class, so plan for this additional time accordingly.  Due to this, we will not check-out student in the last 20 minutes of the school day.   


If your student returns to school after being checked out, they must check back into the Attendance window in the Main Office so that their absence can be adjusted accordingly.


If a student is ill and needs to go home, they are asked to go to the Student Center in the office to contact a parent/guardian.  The Student Center will check out ill students after connecting directly with a parent/guardian.


Please remind your student that they are not to leave campus at any time during the school day without a parent/guardian notifying the school in advance with a note or by coming to the Attendance office in the Main Office in person to check out the student.  Students will be marked as unexcused in all other instances.


To excuse an absence or tardy:

Parents/guardians must submit an acceptable written request to the Attendance Office, or verbal request through the Attendance Message Line (503-399-5520) to excuse the student’s absence.


When calling the attendance line, please speak clearly and be ready with the following information:

  • Your student’s name (spelling the name is helpful)
  • Student ID number
  • Date(s) of absence
  • Reason for absence
  • Length of absence (i.e., all day or partial day absence – please list specific periods missed if partial day).


Per District policy, in order for an absence to be excused it must fall under one of the following reasons:

  • Illness of the student
  • Serious illness in the family
  • Religious instruction (with limitations per ORS 339.420)
  • Inclement Weather
  • Doctor, dentist, and legal or court appointments that require student attendance
  • Emergency, pre-excused, or extenuating circumstances
  • For students that are dependents of an Armed Forces Member of the United States on active duty (up to 7 days can be excused related to their service)


The following are examples of reasons that will not be excused:

  • oversleeping
  • car problems
  • missing the bus
  • coming back late from lunch

Extended Absences

If your student will be absent for an extended period, please come to the Attendance office to pick up a Pre-Arranged Absence Form.


Career Technical Education Center (CTEC) Absence/Tardy:

You must contact CTEC directly at 503-399-5511 for an absence or tardy occurring on a day your student is at CTEC.


Please let us know if you have questions.

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