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Jostens will be on campus Wednesday, October 17th by the main entrance of the school during both lunches. They will be collecting senior graduation order forms for:
- “Viking All in One” package
- Custom graduation announcements
- Class of 2019 apparel
- Senior cap and gown
- Regalia items and
All that is needed is one $80 deposit for both your custom graduation package order and your custom created jewelry, class ring, bracelet, class tag or necklace orders. Payment plan options are available for everyone, no interest or finance charge.
Graduation information packets and order forms were handed out at the recent senior class meeting. […]
I matter. You matter. We matter.
ILEAD Youth Summit invites high school students from Marion and Polk Counties to meet up on November 3rd to talk about our brain’s health and with it matters. This event is FREE and bus transportation to the event is provided.
If you want to snag some information on how to better cope with life and help others along the way, then join us! Pick up a registration packed in the main office at North Salem High School.
Share Your Feedback on Boundary Adjustments | Compartan sus opiniones de los cambios a los límites de las zonas escolares
A Boundary Review Task Force has been formed and has started to review boundaries in all Salem-Keizer high school feeder systems. Boundary adjustments are needed to fully utilize the additional capacity being built in the 2018 bond program and to balance enrollments across the district.
All school boundaries are being reviewed in the process, however not all boundaries will be adjusted. Comparatively few changes are expected for the McNary and West Salem High School feeder systems, with more changes expected for the McKay, North Salem, South Salem and Sprague feeder systems.
The Task Force is working to prepare a recommendation […]
Missing a day or two of school may not seem like a big deal, but that time matters. If a student misses just two days of school a month, by the end of the year, that adds up to an entire month of lost instruction.
At Salem-Keizer Public Schools, we want all of our students to graduate prepared for successful lives. Students who regularly attend school are more likely to graduate, setting the stage for success in college and higher rates of employability.
Be there all day, every day in District 24J.
El perder un día o dos de clases podría parecer irrelevante, pero ese tiempo es muy importante. Si un estudiante pierde solo dos días de clases al mes, al final del año escolar, esto representa un mes entero de clases perdidas.
En las Escuelas Públicas de Salem-Keizer, queremos que todos los estudiantes se gradúen preparados para una vida exitosa. Los estudiantes que asisten regularmente a la escuela, tienen 172 porciento mayor probabilidad de graduarse, estableciendo así las bases para el éxito en la universidad y mayores índices de empleabilidad.
Asistir a la escuela diariamente, todos los días en el Distrito 24J.
Senior Photos Due October 31!
Seniors, email your senior photos to email@example.com, or visit Room 135 with questions.
4 ways to submit your senior photo:
- Email a JPEG to Sarah Cowan (most preferable). Please include your full name in the email subject.
- Bring a JPEG on a flashdrive or CD to Room 135.
- Have your photographer email a copy to Sarah Cowan.
- Bring a printed photo to Senior Class Advisor, Sarah Cowan in Room 135 to be scanned. (This is the least preferable due to image quality.) Please bring in a print that is a least wallet-sized (3X2 inch) and reproduced […]