Ms. Carolyn Hensley-Johnson is one of Sprague's Assistant Principals. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. She then worked as a microbiologist in the Texas Medical Center in Houston for several years before moving to Oregon. Her Masters in Teaching is from Lewis and Clark College in Portland. She taught in the Beaverton School District for 9 years. Ms. Hensley-Johnson taught courses such as General Science, Biology, AP Biology, Science Research, and Botany and was chosen as the Outstanding Biology Teacher in Oregon in 1996. Her administrative work was also completed at Lewis and Clark College. Before coming to Sprague, she served as Assistant Principal at Yamhill-Carlton High School for 5 years and as Principal of Yamhill Grade School for 1 year. In Ms. Hensley-Johnson's spare time, she enjoys quilting, reading, baking, and traveling.
Mr. John Weeks is one of Sprague's Assistant Principals. He first attended Southern Oregon University where he earned his bachelors degree, then received his masters at Western Oregon University. Afterwards, at the University of Oregon, he was able to achieve his administration license. Before becoming an assistant principal at Sprague though, Mr. Weeks had previously taught English at all grade levels and also worked several years as a media teacher. But he didn't stop there as Mr. Weeks was the athletic director at North Bend High School, an assistant principal at Siuslaw High School where he eventually became principal, and then worked as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Salem-Keizer Public Schools. John has been married for 38 years to his wife Jonna. They have three adult children and two grandchildren.