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November 2019

2020 Class of Beacons Announced

2019-11-05T09:38:59-08:00November 5th, 2019|

S-K Beacons IconSalem-Keizer High School Sports Booster Club honors those in our community who have shown “excellence and leadership through athletics: by recognizing them as a “Beacon.” On February 1, 2020 we will honor six school “Beacons” – representing each Salem-Keizer high school and two community “Beacons.” The ceremony will be held at the Convention Center in Salem.

The mission of the Salem-Keizer High School Sports Booster Club is to ensure all students at all Salem-Keizer high Schools have opportunities to participate in athletics. Participation fees in Salem-Keizer are $175 per sport. Many athletes and families do not have these resources. Our goal is to make sure that no student is denied participation in athletics due to cost. “The Beacons” event will help us raise the money to allow kids to come in contact with the very people being honored at the ceremony.

The Salem-Keizer High School Sports Booster Club has announced their 2nd annual class of Beacon honorees. On February 1, 2020 at the Salem Convention Center the following persons will be honored as Beacons:

School Beacons
McKay – Rick Herrin
McNary – Pam and Bob Zielinski
North Salem High School – Dr. Gib Gilmore
South Salem High School – Dave Johnson
Sprague High School – Coralie Rose
West Salem High School – Lyle Mordhorst

Community Beacons
Ted Anagnos
The Salem-Keizer Les Schwab Dealers

Go to SalemKeizerbeacons.com for more information.

Buy a table for the “Beacons” ceremony: $400.00
Buy individual tickets for the “Beacons” ceremony: $50
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Select this link to view the honorees.

Select this link to purchase tickets for the ceremony.

September 2019

College Visit Information

2019-10-22T08:06:05-08:00September 26th, 2019|

Flyer with College Visit InformationNorth Salem High School has a new College and Career Specialist this year, Linda Hernandez-Munguia. Her home base is our College and Career room 110, but you can also find her at our once a month Family Viking Nights. Stop by Room 110 and say hello. Select the flyer image to view the details.

 

August 2019

Benefits for Low Income Families

2019-08-06T14:30:02-08:00August 6th, 2019|

Dear Families,

Salem-Keizer School district is committed to making every effort to provide qualifying students access to athletic and testing opportunities. The district is offering discounts for these opportunities to families that qualify as low income. If you would like to see if your family qualifies select the link below and review the household size and income charts. Once you have determined if you qualify for free or reduced lunch benefits, submit your information along with your students’ ID number. The process is quick and simple.

Benefits for Low Income Families

SKPS Releases Updated Student Dress Code

2019-08-05T11:58:55-08:00August 5th, 2019|

SALEM, Ore. – Last June, five Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) students provided public comments before the Board of Directors regarding the district’s dress code and requesting updates. Unbeknownst to them, district officials had already begun looking at the dress code and discussing updates with representatives from the student equity committee. With feedback from building administrators, SKPS has updated its dress code. To view the current dress code select the link below.

SKPS Student Dress Code

July 2019

CBOC Takes Tour of North Salem High School Construction

2019-07-30T08:46:53-08:00July 30th, 2019|

On Monday, July 22, the Community Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) met with the district’s construction management team to take a site tour of construction at North Salem High School. Chief Operations Officer Mike Wolfe, Director of Maintenance & Construction Services Joel Smallwood and Director of Custodial & Property Services David Hughes answered questions about the 2018 bond program, and North’s construction project management team helped explain and answer questions about the construction projects happening in each area of the school.

The tour was intended to inform CBOC of the progress of the bond program and assist in their regular report to the school board.

For more information on the 2018 bond program, visit the bond projects page on the district website. For more information on CBOC, visit the district website.

Members of the Community Bond Oversight Committee took a tour of North Salem High School to check out the progress of bond-funded construction.

Members of the Community Bond Oversight Committee took a tour of North Salem High School to check out the progress of bond-funded construction.

Members of the Community Bond Oversight Committee took a tour of North Salem High School to check out the progress of bond-funded construction.

Members of the Community Bond Oversight Committee took a tour of North Salem High School to check out the progress of bond-funded construction.

May 2019

Secondary Shared Resource Checklist

2019-08-19T14:55:24-08:00May 29th, 2019|

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April 2019

Remind for Educators

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

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