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Screenagers Special Screening

You are invited to attend your choice of these FREE screenings of SCREENAGERS: GROWING UP IN THE DIGITAL AGE:

April 11 from 6-8 pm at Chemeketa Community College OR

April 16 from 6-8 pm at Salem Public Library

Sponsored by Marion County Health & Human Services, S-K School District, and Salem and Keizer Police Departments.
For adults and children over age 10 who are accompanied by an adult

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Screenagers

2019-03-19T10:15:07+00:00March 19th, 2019|

CTE Summer Camps

We are preparing for the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Middle School Summer Camps that give current 5th, 6th and 7th grade students the opportunity to have hands on experiences in some of our CTE programs.  These wonderful camps have been funded with a 2 year grant from the Oregon Department of Education.  Please take a minute out of your busy day to look at our attached flyer!

The online camp application will open on April 8th at 12 pm and paper copies will be available in both English and Spanish versions.  Applications will be accepted until May 10th at 4:00 pm. We will post the link to our online forms as they become available. This year, all camps will be filled by a random lottery instead of a first come first served basis.

2019-03-13T09:20:35+00:00March 13th, 2019|

Spring Football Camp

All Whiteaker students are welcome to a FREE Spring Football Camp May 15-17 from 3-5 pm at Whiteaker Middle School.

Register online at https://www.familyid.com/organizations/whiteaker-middle-school

Your coaches are Tom Larimer, Angel Ochoa, Luke Atwood, Marcus Larimer, Jason Walling, Zachary Drake, Christian Ochoa, Kurt Barker, Mark Atwood.

See attached Flyer and contact Coach Larimer with questions: larimer_thomas@salkeiz.k12.or.us

2019-03-11T08:56:00+00:00March 5th, 2019|

Online Safety Information for Parents

English and Spanish letters regarding online safety are included as attachments.

A District hosted event, “Speak Up!”, a town hall forum will be held on March 12 from 5:30 to 8 pm at North Salem High School.
Translator will be available.

Las cartas en inglés y español sobre seguridad en línea se incluyen como adjuntos. Un evento patrocinado por el Distrito, “Speak Up!”, Un foro municipal se llevará a cabo el 12 de marzo de 5:30 a 8 pm en North Salem High School. Las traducciones están disponibles.

2019-03-04T14:39:29+00:00March 4th, 2019|

Deadline Extended – Turn in Boundary Adjustment Sibling Forms by March 8

Because of the recent snow days, the deadline to turn in a Boundary Adjustment Sibling Request Form has been extended to Friday, March 8, 2019.

Families whose residence address is affected by a boundary adjustment were mailed letters in February. If you believe your address is affected by a boundary adjustment but did not receive a letter, please contact your school.

For more information about boundary adjustments or the Boundary Adjustment Sibling Form, please visit https://salkeiz.k12.or.us/boundary-adjustments or email info@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Debido a los recientes días de nevadas, la fecha límite para la entrega de los formularios de traslado de escuela para hermanos debido a los ajustes a los límites escolares fue extendida para antes del viernes, 8 de marzo de 2019.

En febrero, fueron enviadas unas cartas por correo para aquellas familias cuya dirección de residencia se ve afectada por el ajuste a los límites escolares. Si usted piensa que su dirección se ve afectada por el ajuste a los limites escolares pero no recibió una carta, por favor, comuníquese con su escuela.

Para obtener más información sobre los ajustes a los límites escolares o sobre el formulario de traslado de escuela para hermanos debido al ajuste a los límites escolares, por favor acuda a: https://salkeiz.k12.or.us/boundary-adjustments o envíe un correo electrónico a: info@salkeiz.k12.or.us

2019-03-08T09:58:42+00:00March 1st, 2019|

Salem-Keizer Board of Directors Votes to Approve Boundary Adjustments

The Salem-Keizer Board of Directors voted 5-2 last night to approve the boundary adjustment proposal brought forward by the Boundary Review Task Force. Directors Blasi and Lippold opposed. The boundary adjustments will go into effect for the 2019-20 school year and only apply to incoming kindergarten through third-graders, sixth-graders and ninth-graders. Students entering grades four, five, seven, eight, 10, 11 and 12 will not be impacted by the boundary adjustments. Transportation will be provided both for students in the new boundaries and those who are not impacted by the boundary adjustments and will be continuing in their existing schools. Students enrolled in special programs will continue in those special programs.

Families impacted by the boundary adjustments will receive personalized letters in their preferred language in the coming days detailing the transition. Maps are available at schools to review the 36 areas of Salem and Keizer impacted by the adjustments.

The Boundary Review Task Force is a 45-member volunteer committee comprised of representatives from the special education community, PCUN, Mano a Mano, Salem/Keizer Coalition for Equality, Salem-Keizer NAACP and all geographic regions.

Thanks to the community’s passage of a bond in May, SKPS will invest $619.7 million in Salem and Keizer in the form of school expansions, renovations and improvements over the next five to six years. Boundary adjustments will shift students away from crowded conditions and into these new, improved learning environments.

To view the boundary adjustments website, click here.

2019-02-13T15:43:23+00:00February 13th, 2019|