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Sprague Sophomore Wins Awesome Art Contest

Categories: Archive, Community, District News, News, Schools, Students|

This year’s Awesome 3000 T-shirts will feature original artwork drawn by Sprague High School sophomore Kate Swenson.

Kate’s artwork features SKEF mascot, Geo crossing the start line to begin the race leaving the text “Awesome 3000” in his dust. Representatives of the Salem-Keizer Education Foundation recognized her at an all-school assembly on Friday, January 31, 2020.

Each year the Foundation invites young artists in the Salem-Keizer Public Schools to come up with a design for the Awesome 3000 fun run held the first Saturday in May.

Kate has been interested in art since she was a small child and really enjoys […]

Spotlight on Success: Sprague Leadership Students

Categories: Community, District News, News, School Board, School News, Schools, Spotlight, Staff, Students|

In an annual tradition of more than 20 years, Sprague High School students have brought holiday cheer into the classrooms at Hoover Elementary School just before winter break.

Sprague leadership students arrive by bus with boxes full of presents, and start off the morning at Hoover by visiting classrooms and working with kids on holiday arts and crafts.

After that, they give a gift basket to every student at Hoover. Presents included fun things like toy robots and Barbie dolls, and practical items like stocking caps and scarves, school supplies and toothpaste.

It takes months of preparation and planning for […]

Disability Awareness Month: Sprague High School Assistant Principal Chad Barkes

Categories: Community, District News, News, Schools, Special Education|

At Sprague High School, everyone is working to help students receiving special education services graduate from high school. This includes making sure students with disabilities can attend regular education classes as much as possible.

Sprague recently had about a 10 percent gain in the graduation rate for students receiving special education services. In this video, Assistant Principal Chad Barkes talks about how new options for graduation have helped the school better serve students and their families.

“I think on of the hallmarks of Sprague right now is we’re doing a fantastic job of having every student in this building have access to […]

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