Welcome to Thurston High School!

333 58th St.
Springfield, OR 97478
PH# 541-744-5000  Fax# 541-744-5029
Attendance Hotline 541-744-5027

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The tragic events on Main Street in Springfield last Sunday are a reminder to us all to use caution when crossing busy streets.

Always cross at marked crosswalks.
Wait to be certain traffic is stopped and obey pedestrian signals.
Look left and right- stay alert!
Make sure drivers see you, and try to make eye contact, before crossing.

Please be safe Colts! You are precious, and your safety is important!

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DECA Conference

Congratulations to Logan Sebright and Vanessa Tiller who medaled at the State DECA Conference. Vanessa finished 5th in the Personal Finance Literacy Event and Logan was a top 4 finalist in the Retail Merchanising Series Exam. Also, we want to send out a Huge Congratulations to Paige Nelson who was #2 in the Retail Merchandising Exam and the State Champion in the Personal Financial Literacy Event. Paige will travel to Orlando Florida for the International Career Development Conference, in April, where she will compete for a National Title.

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Theater Presents..

Thurston HS Theater proudly presents Six Characters in Search of an Author. Performances start this week, goes through Saturday at 7:30pm with a matinee on Saturday at 2pm. Tickets are $5 for student/seniors and $7 for general admission. This production is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material. Come see this absurdly exciting artistic production!


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Blood Drive

Thurston High School had a blood drive today. Lane Memorial Blood Bank was able to receive 70 units.
You should ask your student if they donated today.
The age of consent is 16.

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Caring Colts

Thurston High School is saddened by the loss of two elementary students this weekend in the traffic accident on Main Street. This is a very difficult time for our schools and our community. Thurston High School, and the Springfield School District, are ready to support those across the district who may be struggling with this loss. Thurston High School is a helping partner, and thanks you all for your continued support for those in need during this difficult time.

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