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Suicide Prevention Month – You are not alone

As a Salem-Keizer Public School community, we have grown through some challenging times. We continue to have the opportunity to show up for each other. Pain is not always noticeable and someone experiencing emotional pain can often feel isolated. People who experience depression may appear angry, irritable, withdrawn, and/or quiet. If there is any concern, lean in, trust your instincts, and ask yourself, “is this behavior different for this person?” Your show of care and concern may help someone experiencing suicidal thoughts. Asking “are you thinking about suicide?” opens the door for a caring conversation about how someone might be hurting and how you might be able to support.

Arabic | Chuukese | English | Marshallese | Russian | Spanish | Somali | Swahili

What is QPR?

“QPR” means question, persuade and refer.

Question: How to ask about concerns for suicide;
Persuade: How to Persuade someone to get help (we want to keep this simple and not provide an opportunity for guilt if someone has been impacted by suicide);
Refer: Refer them to resources that may help someone through a crisis

Register for Virtual Suicide Prevention Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Trainings

Register for OPR Training

Tue, Sep 21 5:30–7:30 p.m. (English)

Register for OPR Training

Tue, Sep 21 5:30–7:30 p.m. (Spanish)

Register for OPR Training

Thu, Sep 23 5:30–7:30 p.m. (Spanish)

Register for OPR Training

Tue, Sep 28 5:30–7:30 p.m. (English)

Register for OPR Training

Thu, Sep 28 5:30–7:30 p.m. (English)

Register for OPR Training

Thu, Sep 28 5:30–7:30 p.m. (Spanish)

Some important considerations

  • It is important to acknowledge where the person is at, honor the individual’s experiences and vulnerability. Hold space for feelings of hope.
  • Reaching out to others to ask for help is not a weakness — and in a society where most people are reluctant to ask for help, asking for help is a sign of strength and confidence.
  • Social connectedness improves physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Social connectedness increases one’s sense of belonging, boosts self-esteem, provides access to sources of support, and reduces the risk for suicide.
  • It is important to remember that most people experiencing suicidal thoughts do not die by suicide, many experience healing and personal growth.

As we lean into our strengths and lean into each other as a community, we can create a pathway to hope, strength, and healing.

Salem-Keizer Public Schools values the mental wellbeing of our school community and recognize the importance of partnering in suicide prevention. School counselors are available to provide support to students and families regarding mental health and suicide. They can assist in coordinating in-school and community support. If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out and contact your school counselor and/or some of the helpful resources below

Crisis hotlines / Estado de crisis

For immediate assistance / Para asistencia inmediata: Call 911

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Red Nacional de Prevencion del suicidio: 1-888-628-9454
  • Polk County Mental Health: 503-623-9289 or 503-581-5535
  • Marion County Youth & Family Crisis Services: 503-578-4673 and Psychiatric Crisis Center (PCC): 503-585-4949
  • Lines for Life-Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255 or 877-968-8491
  • Oregon Youth Line: 877-968-849; Text: “teen2teen” to 839863; Email: YouthL@LinesforLife.org; Chat at oregonyouthline.org
  • The Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386; Text START to 678-678; or start an online instant message on thetrevorproject.com – provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention to LGBTQ+ youth.
  • Trans Lifeline: 877-565-8860 or visit translifeline.org – a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people. Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs community members might have.
  • Veterans Crisis Line: veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available.

2021-09-17T14:54:39-08:00September 16th, 2021|

Back-to-school information for the 2021-22 school year

Below are links for parents and students to help you prepare for the first day of classes.

Chuukese | MarshalleseRussian | Spanish

School offices opening dates 2021-22

  • August 16: Elementary School offices open
  • August 16: Middle School offices open
  • Year round: High School offices open year round

First day of school dates 2021-22

Grades 1-12

  • September 7: First day for Grades 6 and 9
  • September 8: First day for Grades 1-5, 7-8, 10-12 (*Because this is a Wednesday, this is a late start day)

Kindergarten

  • September 8-10: Kindergarten reading assessment & parent conference
  • September 13: Kindergarten transition last name begins A-L
  • September 14: Kindergarten transition last name begins M-Z
  • September 15: Kindergarten first day for ALL students (*Because this is a Wednesday, this is a late start day)

*All schools will start one hour late on Wednesdays to give school staff a regular time for collaborating and planning support for students.

Back-to-school quick links

Adult and student interactions

Guide to Staff/Student InteractionsMaintaining Appropriate Staff/Student BoundariesMaintaining Appropriate Volunteer/Contractor/Student Boundaries
Salem-Keizer Public Schools is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment for students when participating in any school or district activity.

Athletic participation and student fees

High school and middle school athletics
Information about athletics fees, physical exams, FamilyID online registration, student and parent concussion statement.

Bell times

Bus basics

Information about riding on buses, including videos, maps, and links to resources like finding your school.

Calendars

Calendars
See official district calendars for the 2021-22 school year in multiple languages.

Enrollment and registration

Student enrollment and registration
Information, links and contact information to help parents who need to get their students registered for the 2021-22 school year.

Food services

Food services
Salem-Keizer Public Schools partners with Sodexo to provide healthy, nutritious meals to our students.

Family information night presentations

Arabic | Chuukese | English | Marshallese | Russian | Spanish | Swahili

PDF versions of PowerPoint presentations shown at Familly Information Nights presented live in-person and on Zoom.

Kindergarten

Kindergarten
Resources to help you get your student registered and ready for kindergarten.

ParentSquare

ParentSquare
Salem-Keizer Public Schools is now using the ParentSquare platform for district, school and teacher communications, primarily with email, text and app notifications.

ParentVUE

ParentVUE
Login page to create a new account or to access your existing ParentVue account.

Preschool

Preschool
Resources to help you get your student registered and ready for preschool.

Principal and assistant principal changes

Elementary school changes | Middle school and high school changes
Details about principal and assistant principal changes at schools for the upcoming for the 2021-22 school year.

Safe return to in-person learning

Safe return to in-person learning
Information that families need to know as we get ready for the start of the new school year.

Safe and welcoming schools

Safe and welcoming schools
Every student should feel safe, welcome, and fully included in their school community.

School directory

School directory
A list that includes links to school websites, school start/stop times, names of principals and office managers, and contact information.

School supply list recommendations

Standard school supplies needed by students | Útiles escolares generales que necesitan los estudiantes | Russian | Marshallese
The standard list represents the most common supplies required in Salem-Keizer schools. Some schools may require additional items or may prefer a variation of the items listed. However, items such as wipes and glues MUST be purchased by school district staff.

Special education

Special education
Providing professional and efficient support services that contribute to the success of students, staff, and community.

2021-09-16T18:24:06-08:00September 2nd, 2021|

Complete registration for bus service for the 2021-22 school year

Starting the first week of September, SKPS school buses will be hitting the road as students return to school for the 2021-22 school year! Will your child need transportation to or from school this year? There are a few quick and easy steps for you to take to ensure your child is ready to go on day one.

1. Check eligibility for bus transportation

Transportation-eligible means that the student lives at a residence within their neighborhood school attendance boundary, and the residence is outside the State of Oregon defined walk zone for that school. The walk zones are 1.0 mile for elementary students and 1.5 miles for middle and high school students.

You can check eligibility for bus transportation on the Busfinder webpage.

If you are eligible, you will see the link appear for “PARENTVUE” to complete the bus rider registration process. If you do not qualify for bus transportation based on your child’s school and residence address, you will not see this link appear.

*Please note: when you follow the link to complete the registration process, you will be taken to the online registration process. The selection for bus transportation toward the end of the online registration process. (See step 2).

2. Complete bus rider registration

Prior to riding the bus, your child will need to be registered for bus transportation. Registration can be completed by checking the box “Bus Rider Registration” during the online registration or enrollment verification process through ParentVUE. This option will appear on the “Students” step is near the end of the registration process. (See below).

If you need assistance with completing online registration, if you missed this step during online registration, or need to confirm if your registration is complete, please contact your child’s school who can assist you in verifying your bus rider registration.

*Please note that although the option to select bus rider registration will be available to all families through the registration process, only families who are eligible for bus transportation (step 1) will be provided transportation.

Check your child’s bus transportation information for bus route, stop and times

Approximately 48 hours after completing registration, information about bus routes, stops and times will be available for your student in ParentVUE.

To find this information, navigate to the “Student Information” tab on the ParentVUE app then select “additional information.”

If you need support to complete this process for your child, please contact your school for assistance or contact the Transportation department at 503-399-3100.

Transportation Frequently Asked Questions

Question: How do I complete registration for bus transportation?

Answer: All families who qualify and would like their child to utilize bus transportation need to complete bus rider registration. After confirming eligibility, registration can be completed during the “students” step of online registration. If you need support with this process, please contact your child’s school.

Q: How do I access bus route and stop information for my child?

A: After completing rider registration, bus route and stop information will be available in the “student information” section of ParentVUE under “additional information.” If you need support with accessing your ParentVUE account, please contact your child’s school for assistance.

Q: Will I receive a confirmation when my bus rider registration is accepted?

A: No. If you completed the online registration process, selected for bus transportation and are eligible, your child will receive transportation. You can confirm this information by accessing your child’s route and stop information in ParentVUE or by contacting your child’s school.

Q: Will face coverings be required on school buses?

A: Yes. Currently, face coverings are required for all students on school buses.

2021-09-02T14:06:31-08:00August 31st, 2021|

Middle and high school bell schedules, late start days and first day of school

The start of the 2021-22 school year is right around the corner. Here is all the information you will need about bell schedules, late start days and the first day of school for middle and high school students.

Start and end times

This year, all SKPS schools will have a new bell schedule for the 2021-22 school year.

Middle school

Middle schools will start at 9:20 a.m. and end at 4 p.m., with the exception of Roberts Middle School which will start at 9:45 a.m. and end at 3:25 p.m.

High school

High school will start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 3:20 p.m., with the exception of the three locations below:

  • CTEC – 9 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.
  • Early College High School – 8:30 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.
  • Roberts High School – 8:30 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.

Programs

  • EDGE Secondary will start at 8:55 a.m. and end at 3:25 p.m.
  • The Community Transition Program will start at 7:30 a.m. and end at 2 p.m.

Late start on Wednesdays

All SKPS schools will have a late start day on Wednesday. This means that the school start time will be one hour later than normal. Dismissal time will remain at the normal time.

For example, if school is regularly scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. and release at 3:20 p.m., it will still be released at 3:20 p.m. on Wednesday; however, school will not begin until 9:30 a.m.

A late start day allows school staff a regular time for collaboration and planning in order to better support our students.

All bus transportation pick-up times will also be shifted one hour late on Wednesdays, with limited exceptions. Exceptions to this will be contacted directly for bus stop time adjustments. Drop-off times for all buses will remain at the normal time.

First days of school

Middle school

The first day of school for middle school will be on a “transition day.” This allows 6th grade students to get familiar with their school in a smaller setting before everyone is together.

  • 6th grade students will start on Sept. 7. They will then come back for regular instruction on Sept. 8, which happens to be a late start day.
  • 7th and 8th grade students will start on Sept 8., which happens to be a late start day.

High school

The first day of school for high school will be on a “smooth start.” This allows 9th grade students to get familiar with their school in a smaller setting before everyone is together.

  • 9th grade students will start on Sept. 7. They will then come back for regular instruction on Sept. 8, which happens to be a late start day.
  • 10th, 11th and 12th grade students will start on Sept 8., which happens to be a late start day.

If you have any additional questions regarding bell times, late start or the first day of school, please reach out to your student’s school.

2021-09-02T11:00:21-08:00August 26th, 2021|

Bell schedule changes districtwide for 2021-22 school year

Starting in the fall for the 2021-22 school year, Salem-Keizer Public Schools will have new bell schedules for all schools across the district.

For the past several years, we have heard from our families and educators that they want a later start time for older students and an earlier start time for younger students. Research shows many benefits of later start times for middle and high school students and we needed to align our elementary schools to a similar schedule.

We believe that the new bell schedule will better serve the needs of students across the district and lead to improved outcomes at all levels.

All schools will start one hour late on Wednesdays to give school staff a regular time for collaborating and planning support for students.

If you have any questions about bell schedule adjustments for the 2021-22 school year, please contact your child’s school.

Bell schedules 2021-22 (English)

Cambios en los horarios de clases en todo el distrito para el año escolar 2021-22

A partir del otoño para el año escolar 2021-22, las Escuelas Públicas de Salem-Keizer tendrán nuevos horarios de clases para todas las escuelas del distrito.

Durante los últimos años, hemos escuchado de nuestras familias y educadores que quieren una hora de inicio más tarde para los estudiantes mayores y una hora de inicio más temprana para los estudiantes más jóvenes. Las investigaciones muestran muchos beneficios de las horas de inicio más tarde para los estudiantes de las escuelas intermedias y preparatorias, y necesitábamos alinear nuestras escuelas primarias con un horario similar.

Creemos que el nuevo horario de clases atenderá mejor las necesidades de los estudiantes en todo el distrito y conducirá a mejores resultados en todos los niveles.

Todas las escuelas comenzarán una hora más tarde los miércoles para darle al personal de la escuela un período de tiempo regular para la colaboración y para planificar el apoyo a los estudiantes. Si desea formular alguna pregunta sobre los ajustes del horario de clases para el año escolar 2021-22, comuníquese con la escuela de su estudiante.

Bell schedules 2021-22 (Spanish)
2021-08-18T10:54:10-08:00August 7th, 2021|

Grab-N-Go Meals information summer 2021

Summer Grab-N-Go Meals 2021

Summer Grab-N-Go Meals available through Friday, Sept. 3

The following sites will be serving summer Grab-N-Go meals to the community Monday – Friday between 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

These locations will begin serving meals on Monday, June 21 and run through Friday, September 3.

Próximos cambios en los sitios de distribución de alimentos escolares a partir del lunes, 21 de junio de 2021

Los siguientes sitios distribuirán alimentos escolares para llevar durante el verano de lunes a viernes entre 11 a.m. y 1 p.m.

Estos sitios comenzarán a distribuir alimentos desde el lunes, 21 de junio hasta el viernes, 3 de septiembre.

2021-07-28T13:02:17-08:00July 21st, 2021|

SKPS updates face covering requirements beginning July 1, 2021

Face coverings latest guidance for fall 2021 from the Oregon Department of Eduation. [Posted August 5, 2021]

See this post from August 2021 for the latest update on face covering guidance.

The Oregon Department of Education now allows school districts to adjust health and safety protocols in coordination with the local public health authority. [Posted June 30, 2021]

In the most recent guidance, the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education strongly advise face coverings for all students in grades kindergarten and up, and all staff when students are inside the building.

Accommodations for medical needs or disability

Certain accommodations for medical needs or disability may be necessary. In addition, Salem-Keizer Public Schools leaders have met with Marion County Health and Human Services and Polk County Public Health to discuss both adult and student protocols and will continue to closely monitor the protocols as outlined below and adjust as necessary.

Return to school in September

The district plans to provide full-time, in-person instruction, five days a week in September. The goal is that the following protocols will position SKPS to return students and staff to school without the need to wear face coverings in the fall.

Immediate changes to protocols on July 1, 2021

The immediate changes to our protocols beginning on July 1, 2021, are as follows:

  • Students are required to wear face coverings indoors and on school buses until further notice.
  • Staff and students are not required to wear face coverings outdoors.
  • Anyone may choose to wear a face covering in situations when it is not required.
  • Physical distancing will continue indoors with at least 3 feet of distancing when possible.

Families will receive additional back-to-school information when it is available.

SKPS actualiza los protocolos de uso de mascarillas y protección facial a partir del 1 de julio de 2021

El Departamento de Educación de Oregon ahora permite a los distritos escolares ajustar los protocolos de salud y seguridad en coordinación con la autoridad local de salud pública. Según los protocolos más recientes, OHA y ODE recomiendan encarecidamente a los estudiantes desde el kínder en adelante que usen mascarillas o protección facial, y para todo el personal cuando los estudiantes están dentro del edificio. Pueden ser necesarias ciertas adaptaciones para necesidades médicas o discapacidades. Además, nos hemos reunido con el Departamento de Salud Pública de los Condados de Marion y Polk para dialogar acerca de los protocolos para los adultos y los estudiantes y continuaremos monitoreando de cerca los protocolos como se describe a continuación, y ajustaremos según sea necesario.

El distrito planea brindar instrucción en persona a tiempo completo, cinco días a la semana en septiembre. Somos optimistas de que los siguientes protocolos nos posicionarán para que los estudiantes y el personal regresen a la escuela sin la necesidad del uso de mascarillas o protección facial en el otoño.

Los cambios inmediatos a nuestros protocolos a partir del 1 de julio de 2021 son los siguientes:

  • Se requiere que los estudiantes usen mascarillas o protección facial en el interior de las instalaciones y en los autobuses escolares hasta nuevo aviso.
  • No se requiere que el personal y los estudiantes usen mascarillas o protección facial al aire libre.
  • Cualquiera puede optar por usar una mascarilla o protección facial en situaciones en las que no sea necesario.
  • El distanciamiento físico continuará en el interior con al menos 3 pies de distancia cuando sea posible.

Las familias recibirán información adicional sobre el regreso a clases cuando esté disponible.

2021-08-20T09:23:22-08:00June 30th, 2021|

Registration closed for free summer programs | Las inscripciones para los programas gratuitos de verano han cerrado

The registration window for summer programs closed on Monday, May 31. A lottery system was used to select students, and families have been notified of program placements.
El plazo de inscripción para los programas de verano finalizó el lunes, 31 de mayo. Se utilizó un sistema de lotería para seleccionar a los estudiantes y se notificó a las familias sobre las colocaciones del programa.

This year, Salem-Keizer Public Schools will be hosting nearly 200 enrichment opportunities and academic programs for students on a variety of topics and focus areas and they are open to all students. Programs include career and technical education, performing arts, visual arts, academic and cultural enrichment and more.

Programs are for all SKPS students regardless of their resident schools.

Registration for more than 80 programs is now closed

The registration window for summer programs closed on Monday, May 31. A lottery system was used to select students, and families have been notified of program placements.

Session dates and transportation

Many camps are offered at more than one session and repeat the same lessons during different sessions.

  • Session 1: June 28-July 9
  • Session 2: July 12-23
  • Session 3: July 26-Aug. 6
  • Session 4: Aug. 9-20

Salem-Keizer Public Schools will provide transportation to students needing it, but is still working on the details. Families that let us know when registering for camps that they are in need of transportation will be contacted directly as soon as transportation arrangements are finalized.

Safety protocols for summer programs

Important: For all in-person summer enrichment programs, all required health and safety measures and protocols will be followed according to guidance from the Oregon Department of Education and the Oregon Health Authority, outlined in Ready Schools, Safe Learners.

Este año, las Escuelas Públicas de Salem-Keizer ofrecerán casi 200 oportunidades de enriquecimiento y programas académicos para los estudiantes en una variedad de temas y áreas de enfoque y están abiertos a todos los estudiantes. Los programas incluyen educación profesional y técnica, artes escénicas, artes visuales, enriquecimiento académico, cultural y más.

Los programas están abiertos a todos los estudiantes de SKPS independientemente de su escuela de residencia.

Las inscripciones para más de 80 programas han cerrado

El plazo de inscripción para los programas de verano finalizó el lunes, 31 de mayo. Se utilizó un sistema de lotería para seleccionar a los estudiantes y se notificó a las familias sobre las colocaciones del programa.

Fechas de las sesiones y transporte

Muchos campamentos se ofrecen en más de una sesión y repiten las mismas lecciones durante diferentes sesiones.

  • Sesión 1: del 28 de junio al 9 de julio
  • Sesión 2: 12-23 de julio
  • Sesión 3: 26 de julio-6 de agosto
  • Sesión 4: 9-20 de agosto

Las escuelas públicas de Salem-Keizer esperan poder proporcionar transporte a los estudiantes que lo necesiten, pero todavía están trabajando en los detalles. Las familias que nos comuniquen al inscribirse en los campamentos que necesitan transporte serán contactadas directamente tan pronto como se finalicen los arreglos de transporte.

Protocolos de seguridad para los programas de verano

Importante: Para todos los programas de enriquecimiento de verano presenciales, se seguirán todas las medidas y protocolos de salud y seguridad requeridos de acuerdo con las orientaciones del Departamento de Educación de Oregón y la Autoridad de Salud de Oregón, descritas en Ready Schools, Safe Learners.

2021-08-20T09:18:23-08:00June 1st, 2021|

It’s time to complete online registration & enrollment verification

It’s time to complete the registration/enrollment verification process for the 2021-22 school year! Completing this process early ensures our district can best prepare for staffing, program offerings and more.

Steps to complete online registration & enrollment verification

(1.) Gather needed documents:

  1. Proof of age (new student)
  2. Proof of address (new students)
  3. Immunization records

*If you are unable to provide any of the following documentation, you can still complete online registration. Your school will work with you individually to meet the needs of your student for enrolling in school. We welcome all students and families regardless of nationality, place of birth or other circumstances.

(2.) Log-in to ParentVUE:

Online registration and enrollment verification is done through a program called “ParentVUE.” Families will have one ParentVUE account for all students in their family.

If you have never used ParentVUE before, follow these steps to complete the activation process.

(3.) Complete Registration

Families can complete registration completely online through a desktop or mobile device. If you need assistance, please contact your child’s school. If a paper form is needed to complete registration, your school can assist with this.

During the registration process, families will register for school as well as elect if they want their child to attend in-person learning through their resident school or access instruction through the EDGE online program.

Enrolling a new student

This video is for families who are new to Salem-Keizer Public Schools and do not have an active ParentVUE account.

Enrollment verification

This video is for families who have previously enrolled students in Salem-Keizer Public Schools and have an active ParentVUE account.

Go to the ParentVue webpage

2021-05-06T08:45:58-08:00May 5th, 2021|

EDGE Family Information Nights 2021-22 | ¿Está considerando EDGE para el año escolar 2021-22? Obtenga más información y asista al evento informativo familiar

Links to join events:

May 5: Join elementary event | May 6: Join middle and high school event

Event flyer and registration information

Flyer in Chuukese

Chuukese

English flyer

English

Marshallese flyer

Marshallese

Russian flyer

Russian

Spanish flyer

Spanish

Salem-Keizer Public Schools will continue offering the online-only Enhanced Digital Guided Education (EDGE) program for the 2021-22 school year. Students who are in EDGE will remain connected to their resident school while receiving online instruction by Salem-Keizer’s EDGE teachers.

Starting in the fall of 2021, EDGE students can choose between two learning pathways to best meet the needs of individual students and their families. One option is called EDGE Connected, which includes daily, teacher-led instruction. The other option is EDGE Independent, which is student-paced with teacher oversight and offers a more flexible schedule.

As an additional resource for families to learn more about the EDGE learning pathways for 2021-22, how to complete registration and ask questions, SKPS will be hosting family information nights on May 5 and 6 from 6-7 p.m.

Language interpretation will be provided during both events.

Event details

When: May 5 – Elementary; May 6 – Middle and High School
Time: 6-7 p.m.
Where: Zoom online event
Join elementary event | Join middle and high school event

SKPS continuará ofreciendo solo en línea el Programa de Educación Guiada Digital (EDGE, por sus siglas en inglés) para el año escolar 2021-22. Los estudiantes que están en EDGE permanecerán conectados a su escuela de residencia mientras reciben instrucción en línea por parte de los maestros EDGE de Salem-Keizer.

A partir del otoño de 2021, los estudiantes de EDGE pueden elegir entre dos modalidades de aprendizaje para satisfacer mejor las necesidades individuales de los estudiantes y sus familias. Una opción se llama EDGE Connected, que incluye instrucción diaria dirigida por el maestro. La otra opción es EDGE Independent, que se adapta al ritmo de los estudiantes con la supervisión del maestro y ofrece un horario más flexible.

Detalles importantes que debe conocer para el año escolar 2021-22

-Todos los estudiantes de EDGE del kínder al grado 12 estarán en el mismo horario para períodos de calificaciones, conferencias, etc. independientemente del aprendizaje a través de EDGE connected o EDGE independent.
-Se proporcionarán servicios de educación especial y desarrollo del idioma inglés para estudiantes talentosos y dotados a todos los estudiantes que necesiten apoyo.

Evento informativo para las familias de EDGE

Como recurso adicional para que las familias obtengan más información sobre las modalidades de aprendizaje de EDGE para el 2021-22, cómo completar el registro y formular preguntas, SKPS organizará eventos informativos familiares el 5 y 6 de mayo de 6 a 7 p.m.

Se proporcionará interpretación de ASL y de diferentes idiomas durante ambos eventos.

Detalle de los eventos

Fechas: 5 de mayo para las escuelas primarias, 6 de mayo para las escuelas intermedias y preparatorias
Hora: de 6 a 7 p.m.
Lugar: evento en línea por medio de Zoom
Registro al evento: ingrese al evento de la primaria | ingrese al evento de la secundaria

2021-05-03T11:04:52-08:00May 3rd, 2021|
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