MEDFORD, Ore. — When South Medford High School students adopt a Sparrow through Sparrow Clubs, they add their own twist to the assembly. Students create a theme and an entire program dedicated to the sparrow and family, and that is no different this year.
At just five months old, Isaiah Harris was diagnosed with a rare eye disease. It means daily eye drops, extensive eye exams each month, and he’s already had 24 surgeries. For that reason, South Medford High School is adopting him as a Sparrow.
The Sparrow assemblies at South Medford High School are different than any other school. See more in the video above.