Girls Tennis Meeting
The girls’ tennis team is having a player/parent meeting Tuesday, January 24th, at 6:30pm in the commons. Any girls’ interested in playing on the varsity or JV teams should attend to learn about the upcoming tennis season and tryouts.
Sprague Spruce Up
Come help the Seniors in the second Sprague Spruce Up! This will be on Monday, February 13th, at 3:30pm in the front of the school, with clean up materials provided. Help us keep our campus fancy!
Olys, would you like to see Coach Buchheit yeet a pie at Principal Barkes’ face? Help fundraise for our Unified programs by placing some cash in the designated jars in your teacher’s classroom. The teacher that raises the most funds will pie Principal Barkes’ in our assembly on January 27th.
Attention All Seniors
The Senior Class will be hosting a game of Gotcha, also known as MAFIA. You can take down your peers outside of class time on campus, the winner will receive a GRAND PRIZE! You may purchase tickets from the bookkeeper starting on February 6th for $5, the first day of 2nd semester. More information will be forthcoming.
We will be meeting today during lunch in the AVID room, room 18. Bring your lunch hand join us as we talk about community service and how to give back to the Sprague community. This club is open to all students. AVID students are strongly encouraged to attend.
Sprague Dance Team
The Sprague Dance Team are the state Novelty champions and the states Kick champions for 2023! They earned first place in two of the six styles of dance competed at the DDCA category championships at Gresham High School on Saturday, January 21st. In addition, the dance team placed second in the Modern division at the same tournament. The team qualified all three routines by earning high scores at four competitions leading up to the championship s including being undefeated in the novelty category. The team also had two dancers earn awards in the individual championship drill down event: senior Kayla Pobuda was 3rd and sophomore Layla Cassity was 2nd in the advanced division. Congratulations to all of the Sprague dancers on their amazing performances and well-earned success!
Sprague’s Advanced Constitutional Law Team participated in the We the People competition at Parkrose High School this past Saturday. The team had an outstanding showing and were the only non-Portland metro team in attendance. Ari Hartman, Quinn Clarke, Maddie Downey, and James Larkins won the Unit 6 award for the highest scores at the competition! Congratulations to all participants. Go Oly’s!!