Oregon has lost several students to fentanyl in the last few years. Linked below are fact sheets to help educate students, parents and the community about the dangers of fake pills made from deadly fentanyl.
Fentanyl being disguised as candy
Fentanyl is currently very common in our community; it is a powerful synthetic opioid that is like morphine but is 50 to 100 times more potent. Fentanyl is odorless, tasteless and colorless. Young people think they are taking “blues,” OxyContin or Xanax, but they are often taking pills laced with fentanyl. Recently, law enforcement agencies have also warned about the danger of fentanyl […]
As SKPS students begin the start of their summer break, the Class of 2022 will continue to inspire others for years to come.
Today, we highlight a Class of 2022 graduate from Sprague High School, Oliver Marche.
Joining the CTEC program
“When I think back on my time in school, I immediately think of my time at CTEC – 100 percent,” said 2022 Sprague High School graduate Oliver Marche. “I think of all of my classmates and even just how welcoming even the staff here were.”
School Safety Systems in Salem-Keizer Public Schools Video: School Safety and Emergency Procedures
Learn about safety protocols and emergency procedures implemented in all Salem-Keizer schools. Safety and security staff and district leadership were joined by local and state law enforcement agency partners to share information with the community. This was one of three safety sessions held this year about student safety in our schools. The other two sessions held were Student Voices, We All Belong and Social Media and Online Safety.
School Safety and Emergency Procedures – Presentation School Safety and Emergency Procedures – Questions […]
Sprague High School’s Unified program, led by teachers Shaun Dohman and Janelle Cash, was honored by Principal Chad Barkes at the April 12, 2022, school board meeting.
Sprague Unified Sports class
“Sprague High School has done a great job stressing inclusion among all our students,” Principal Barkes said. “We’ve grown our Unified Sports class to include more than 60 students, many who are regular education students and are partnering with students with special needs.”
This year, Sprague had several assemblies specific to its Unified programs, including hosting the Unified Cup basketball game vs. South Salem High School’s Unified team.
Sprague High School and Salem-Keizer Public Schools promote equal opportunity for all individuals without regard to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion or creed, sex or gender, sexual orientation, or veteran status. For more information, view Salem-Keizer’s Nondiscrimination / Title IX policy.