From our AD Clinton Gertenrich…

Sprague Student-Athletes and Families,

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) came out with new and updated information on December 7th regarding season schedules with a few key changes, along with new dates. We are preparing to re-engage with outdoor workouts immediately following Winter break on January 4th while following all of the OHA guidelines that we’ve had in place, including cleaning protocols and check in systems. Coaches will send out more detailed information. We are limited to 50 people, including coaches based on OHA guidance in each outdoor athletic space. I anticipate that we will continue Season 1 outdoors through February 21st. All students participating in the extended Season 1 need to be registered in Family ID found on the spraguehs.com website under the Athletics tab.

OSAA Information

Last August, the OSAA unveiled a new plan for the 2020-21 school year. The decision by the OSAA executive board is to move Fall sports to the Spring and create shortened sports schedules for each of our traditional seasons starting at the end of December. Instead of Fall, Winter and Spring seasons, we will use Seasons 1-4. You will find a link to the OSAA schedules.

Eligibility

Participation Requirements for all OSAA and Salem-Keizer Public Schools Athletic & Activity Programs

  • Student must be enrolled in 3 classes, 4 are recommended, at Sprague for the 2020-21 school year.
  • Pass 3 out of 4 classes each quarter during the 2020-21 school year.
  • Student has necessary credits to graduate.
  • Student athlete has a current physical on file that will not expire during athletic season.
  • Student is covered by medical insurance.
  • All fees and fines must be paid in advance of tryouts (Seasons 2,3 & 4).

Sports Physicals

Student athletes must have an up-to-date sport physical in order to participate. The sport physical must be valid throughout the entire season of participation.

"A school district shall require students who continue to participate in extracurricular sports in grades 7 through 12 to have a physical examination once every two years."

ORS 336.479, Section 1 (3)

Sprague competes in the 6A classification Mountain Valley Conference and has a long history of winning district, regional and state level competitions.

Signatures

  • Created by C Hammond & E Stratman -- 6/1/2018
  • Edited by Jordan Millett -- 9/18/2019
  • Updated 12/10/2020

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