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Early College High School

Video: Different Choices, Always United

As we transition into optional face coverings, it’s important to remember to be respectful of each other’s choices. At Salem-Keizer Public Schools we may make different choices, be we are always united.

2022-03-11T03:01:38+08:00March 10th, 2022|

2022 Yearbook

Early College and Roberts at CCC 2022 Yearbook Website

Visit our Yearbook website to get the latest yearbook information for Early College High School and Roberts at CCC’s 2022 yearbook. Includes information on senior portraits, senior tribute ads, and an opportunity to share school activity photos with the yearbook staff.

Want to order your yearbook?

Please see the office manager to purchase a yearbook. From March 1 – June the cost for a yearbook $35.

The total number of books we will have available is dependent on the number of pre-orders. ​A limited quantity of extra books will be available on a first come first serve basis, but only AFTER the pre-ordered books are distributed. Once we sell out of the extras, we are totally sold out for the year.

2022-04-23T06:38:24+08:00March 10th, 2022|

Face coverings optional effective March 12

​​As you likely know, there have been significant changes in recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Oregon Health Authority, and Oregon Department of Education regarding face coverings in schools.

We have carefully reviewed the guidance and met with our community health partners to provide expertise and feedback on these changes. All groups were supportive of our ability to keep students in schools safely without the universal use of face coverings when community transmission is low.

Effective March 12, 2022, face coverings will be optional in all district facilities, schools and school buses for students and staff. This includes the school day, before-school and after-school programs and extracurricular activities and athletics.

While face coverings will be optional, it is highly recommended that at-risk adults and students continue to wear KN95 masks. We know some students and adults will choose to wear face coverings and others will not. It is critical we support these decisions as we work together to build a community that supports each other in the decisions that protect their health or the health of those close to them.

Thank you for helping to ensure the health and safety of our schools and community.

2022-03-05T10:55:22+08:00March 5th, 2022|
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