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The theme for 2018 Snoball, the annual mid-valley teen dance, is “Old Hollywood Glam”. Snoball will be held at the Oregon State Fairgrounds Pavilion on Saturday, December 1 from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are available from: Mr. Formal, El Patron Mexican Grill, Lollypops and Roses and online at SnoBallSalem.com.
- Single: $30
- Two or more: $25 each
At the door:
- Single: $35
- Two or more: $35 each
Auditions for our musical, “Newsies”, are coming up fast! Auditions are November 27th after school in the auditorium. All are welcome!!
If you would like to learn the music or the dance ahead of time, there will be workshops next week:
- Wednesday, November 14 – learn the audition music with Mrs. Kercher in the Choir Room at 3:00 p.m.
- Friday, November 16 – learn the audition dance with Mrs. Mahr in the Dance Room at 3:00 p.m.
Feel free to ask Mrs. Mahr or Mrs. Kercher if you have any questions.
It’s that time again! Join us for parent and teacher conferences Monday, November 19 and Tuesday November 20. Parents and students please check in at the table in the first floor hallway or the main gym before proceeding to your first conference. Create your teacher appointments on the sign in sheets at each teachers’ table in either the main gym or the library.
The library is also the location for the ParentVue tutorial and where you can see your students’ progress for SBAC/Essential Skills math, writing and reading tests, all of which are graduation requirements. We’ve got you covered. No classes […]
20 de noviembre Evento de reuniones informativa de ajuste de límites POSPUESTO. Pronto se anunciará una nueva fecha.
In response to community feedback, the November 20 Boundary Open House event has been postponed. A new date, locations and format for the next community input event will be announced soon.
At its meeting on November 6, the Boundary Review Task Force heard feedback collected following Boundary Open House events held at three locations on October 30. Examples of themes heard in the community feedback ranged from concerns about the ability to attend the Open House on November 20 date, to […]
Join Salem-Keizer Public Schools and learn more about our Native American and indigenous populations in a free family event on Nov. 30, 2018. We invite you to celebrate Native American Heritage Month with music, dancing, storytelling and dinner! The gathering takes place from 6-9 p.m. at the Chemeketa Community College Building 2, 4000 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem.
There are nearly 700 Native American students in our Salem and Keizer schools. November is Native American Heritage Month, and we’re honoring the unique heritage and culture of the Native American community all month.
Be sure to follow our social media channels to help […]
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.