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Summer Opportunity: Credit Recovery

Summer Opportunity: Credit Recovery
For current 9-12 graders
(2018-2019 School Year)
Applications are available in the Guidance Office.

Details
The four-week program will be at Parrish Middle School from June 24-July 18.
Classes are Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. No School on July 4th.
Daily city bus passes will be available breakfast & lunch will be provided.

Classes for credit list and student application links are available below.

Classes for HS credit list

Student application

2019-06-10T13:33:44-08:00June 10th, 2019|

Remind for Educators

SKPS Launches District-wide Remind for Educators 

Does your student’s teacher or school currently use the Remind App to communicate about upcoming events, assignments and more? Through a recent partnership with the Oregon Department of Education, all Salem-Keizer Public Schools will now have access to the Remind App to help improve and streamline communication with our students and families.

The Remind App offers educators, students, parents and guardians a safe and effective way to communicate about school assignments and grades, ask questions, collaborate and more. Be sure to download the Remind app today and contact your school to learn more about specific tools being utilized in your student classrooms.

For more information about the Remind App select this link: remind.com

2019-04-11T08:44:08-08:00April 11th, 2019|

Statewide Testing & Assessment 2018-19

Like other schools across Oregon, North Salem High School administers the Smarter Balanced Test (SBAC) for both English Language Arts and Mathematics to 11th grade students. While no test can give a complete picture of students’ progress, our staff use statewide assessment results for a number of purposes including:

  • Detemining a student’s strengths and weaknesses to help target interventions and extensions which support and challenge each student at their level.
  • Ensuring our students have the knowledge and skills to compete with their peers in Oregon as college and career ready graduates.
  • Evaluating our school instructional practice to best support students in their growth as academic learners.
  • Providing an opportunity for students to meet Essential Skills Graduation Requirements for Reading, Writing, and Math.

Additional information can be found on the form linked here: Opt Out Information 2018-19

If a parent would like to opt out their student for testing, please contact Curriculum Assistant Principal, Michael Contreras through our main office.

2018-11-26T14:54:52-08:00November 26th, 2018|