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SKPS to reduce limited-in-person instruction and suspend athletic activities

SKPS to reduce limited-in-person instruction and suspend athletic activities

On Friday, Nov. 13, Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced a statewide two-week freeze on activities, which will take effect on Wednesday, Nov. 18. After receiving additional guidance from the Oregon Department of Education, we have made the difficult decision to reduce our limited in-person instruction and suspend all athletic activities across the district.  

Key points to know:  

  • Effective Monday, Nov. 16, all extracurricular workouts, and activities are paused.  
  • If your school has plans for any supply distribution or limited in-person instruction next week, most will continue as scheduled until Wednesday. Your school will be communicating with you directly about those plans.  
  • Grab-n-go meals will continue to be available Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. An up-to-date list of distribution sites is always available on our district website. 
  • School offices will be closed to the public. Schools can still be reached Monday – Friday by phone.  

These decisions do not come easy, especially as we know how our limited in-person instruction has supported our students through distance learning. We will continue to do our best to support students to ensure they can access their learning.  

We need to join as a community to slow the spread of this virus and do everything we can to support the health and safety of our SKPS family and our greater Salem-Keizer community.

SKPS reducirá la instrucción limitada en persona y suspenderá las actividades deportivas

En horas tempranas del viernes, 13 de noviembre, la gobernadora de Oregon, Kate Brown, anunció una suspensión de actividades por un período de dos semanas en todo el estado, a partir del miércoles 18 de noviembre. Después de recibir las pautas adicionales por parte del Departamento de Educación de Oregon, hemos tomado la difícil decisión de reducir nuestra instrucción limitada en persona y suspender todas las actividades deportivas en todo el distrito.

Puntos clave a saber: 

  • A partir del lunes 16 de noviembre, todos los entrenamientos y actividades extracurriculares estarán en pausa.
  • Si su escuela tiene planes para la distribución de suministros o instrucción limitada en persona la próxima semana, la mayoría continuará según lo programado hasta el miércoles. Su escuela le comunicará directamente acerca de esos planes.
  • Los alimentos para llevar seguirán disponibles de lunes a viernes de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m. Una lista actualizada de los sitios de distribución siempre está disponible en nuestra página web del distrito.
  • Las oficinas de la escuela estarán cerradas al público. Aún se puede contactar a las escuelas de lunes a viernes por teléfono.

Estas decisiones no son fáciles, especialmente porque sabemos cómo nuestra limitada instrucción en persona ha apoyado a nuestros estudiantes a través del aprendizaje a distancia. Continuaremos haciendo nuestro mejor esfuerzo para apoyar a los estudiantes para asegurar que pueden acceder a su aprendizaje.

Necesitamos unirnos como comunidad para frenar la propagación de este virus y hacer todo lo posible para apoyar la salud y seguridad de nuestra familia SKPS y nuestra gran comunidad de Salem-Keizer.

PDF of limited-in-person instruction November 2020

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PDF of limited-in-person instruction November 2020

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PDF of limited-in-person instruction November 2020 - Chuukese

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2020-11-13T20:30:40+08:00November 13th, 2020|

Salem-Keizer Public Schools Offering Grab and Go Meals at 36 Locations

In keeping with the latest direction from Governor Kate Brown, the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education, Salem-Keizer Public Schools in-person classes will be canceled for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.

In order to help alleviate food insecurity, we will be offering breakfast and lunch grab and go bags, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at more than 30 locations. Meals are available to any child or teen 18 and under.

Beginning this week, meals may include chicken patties, hamburgers and chicken nuggets. These are fully cooked and are safe to eat or can be reheated. All bagged lunches should be refrigerated within an hour.

Beginning April 27, there will be changes to our meal sites due to bond construction

 South, McNary and Claggett Creek will close. McKinley will open as a meal site to replace South. Parrish will open to replace North. The existing Weddle site will replace the Claggett Creek site and the existing Keizer and Cummings Elementary locations will replace the McNary site.

The locations are:

Auburn Elementary School
Bush Elementary School
Chavez Elementary School
Claggett Creek Middle School
Cummings Elementary School
Englewood Elementary School
Eyre Elementary School
Four Corners Elementary School
Grant Community School
Hallman Elementary School
Hammond Elementary School
Harritt Elementary School
Hayesville Elementary School
Highland Elementary School
Hoover Elementary School
Houck Middle School
Judson Middle School
Keizer Elementary School
Kennedy Elementary School
Lamb Elementary School
Lee Elementary School
Leslie Middle School
McKay High School
McNary High School
Miller Elementary School
Morningside Elementary School
North Salem High School
Richmond Elementary School
Salem Heights Elementary School
South Salem High School
Sumpter Elementary School
Walker Middle School
Washington Elementary School
Weddle Elementary School
Whiteaker Middle School
Wright Elementary School

We are extremely grateful for our community partners that are providing additional resources at many of these sites.

Marion Polk Food Share has multiple food pantry sites around the community, as well. Click the link here to view locations.


View Marion Polk Food Share Locations


In addition, Community Action: HOME Youth Services’ Drop-In Center provides three meals a day via the USDA food program to any youth between the ages of 11-18. Food boxes also can be obtained at that location, 625 Union St. NE, Salem.

Colonia Libertad Apartment Complex, 2911 Saddle Creek Club Ct. SE, Salem.

Cornerstone Apartments at 2540 Rose Garden St NE, Salem.

SKPS will continue to monitor the situation in conjunction with state agencies and will provide updates during the extended break.


Las Escuelas Públicas de Salem-Keizer Ofrecerán Comidas Empacadas para Llevar en 36 Escuelas

En continuidad con los recientes mandatos de la gobernadora Kate Brown, El Departamento de Salud de Oregón, y el Departamento de Educación Estatal, por lo que resta del ciclo escolar 2019-20, todas las clases de las Escuelas Públicas de Salem-Keizer impartidas en persona han sido canceladas.

Con el propósito de apoyar a nuestros estudiantes, estaremos ofreciendo desayunos y almuerzos empacados para llevar de lunes a viernes de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m. en 36 escuelas. Las comidas serán para cualquier niño/a de 18 años y menores.

Las escuelas son las siguientes:

Escuela Auburn
Escuela Bush
Escuela Chávez
Escuela Intermedia Claggett Creek
Escuela Cummings
Escuela Englewood
Escuela Eyre
Escuela Four Corners
Escuela Grant
Escuela Hallman
Escuela Hammond
Escuela Harrit
Escuela Hayesville
Escuela Highland
Escuela Hoover
Escuela Houck
Escuela Intermedia Judson
Escuela Keizer
Escuela Kennedy
Escuela Lamb
Escuela Lee
Escuela Leslie
Escuela Superior McKay
Escuela Superior McNary
Escuela Miller
Escuela Morningside
Escuela Superior North Salem
Escuela Richmond
Escuela Salem Heights
Escuela Superior South Salem
Escuela Sumpter
Escuela Intermedia Walker
Escuela Washington
Escuela Weddle
Escuela Intermedia Whiteaker
Escuela Wright

Estamos muy agradecidos por nuestros colaboradores de la comunidad que están proporcionando recursos adicionales en muchas de las escuelas.

Marion Polk Food Share también tiene varios sitios de despensa de alimentos en toda la comunidad. Haga clic en el enlace aquí para ver las ubicaciones.


Marion Polk Food Share


Además, “Community Action: HOME Youth Services Drop-In Center” ofrece tres comidas al día a través del programa de alimentos del USDA a cualquier joven entre las edades de 11-18 años. Las cajas de alimentos también se pueden obtener en 625 Union St. NE, Salem.

Colonia Libertad Apartment Complex, 2911 Saddle Creek Club Ct. SE, Salem.

Cornerstone Apartments at 2540 Rose Garden St NE, Salem.

SKPS continuará monitoreando la situación en conjunto con las agencias estatales y proporcionará actualizaciones durante las vacaciones prolongadas de primavera.

2020-04-29T00:21:48+08:00March 19th, 2020|

Building for Success, January 2020: 2019 Recap + 2020 Look ahead

The 2018 Bond Program has already made a lot of great progress with construction, and there will be a lot more action in 2020!

In this episode of Building for Success, we recap the achievements of the 2018 Bond Program so far and look ahead at all the construction that’s scheduled for 2020.

2020-01-23T03:09:20+08:00January 18th, 2020|

Key Dates for the 2020-21 School Year

In our efforts to really engage our community in the process of creating the 2020-21 District Calendar, it’s taking more time than we’ve been accustomed to. With that, we want to share what has been solidified so you can go into the new year with a general feel for how the 2020-21 school year will look. It’s our resolution to have the final calendar to you very soon. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

SKPS Key Dates 2020-21

SKPS Key Dates 2020-21

Salem-Keizer 2020-21 Key Dates (English)

 

2021-08-21T04:35:35+08:00January 1st, 2020|

Salem-Keizer Public Schools Recognizes Students for Turnaround Achievements 2019

Middle and High School Students Receive Awards for Positive Change Toward Excellence

Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) recognized 20 students from across the district and community in the 25th Annual Turnaround Achievement Awards On Tuesday, May 7. Sponsored by Don and Ann Lebold of Town and Country Lanes, the Turnaround Achievement Awards recognize middle- and high-school students who demonstrate effort, commitment and perseverance in the face of adversity. Recipients of this award have shown personal improvement in their academics, behavior or attitude and continue to implement these qualities in their daily lives.

Since 1994, these awards have inspired and motivated more than 400 students to achieve success in their personal, academic and professional lives.

“I’m finally a great example for my little brothers,” said West Salem High School recipient Eddie Perez. “I’m really proud of myself.”

Each day, educators and students work together to achieve our vision: all students graduate and are prepared for a successful life. In just a few short weeks, eight students honored at this year’s Turnaround Achievement Awards will cross the graduation stage at their school’s commencement ceremonies, marking the beginning of their bright
post-secondary futures.

“These awards are so meaningful and truly encompass the true grit, determination and perseverance our students hold,” said SKPS Superintendent Christy Perry. “Over the past 25 years, it has been a privilege to honor our students and the positive changes they have made.”

2019-06-12T06:30:42+08:00May 10th, 2019|

Screenagers: Living in the Digital Age – April 11, 16

On April 11 and April 16, we invite you to join us and area professionals for screenings of the critically acclaimed documentary, Screenagers. This film focuses on the struggles facing our kids concerning social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Attendees will view the film followed by a Q&A panel of community leaders from SKPS, Salem and Keizer police departments and Marion County Health and Human Services.

This event is free to attend and open to all; however, students and families in middle and high school are especially encouraged to attend. Spanish interpretation will be available at each screening.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Prevention and Protection Coordinator Debbie Joa at joa_debbie@salkeiz.k12.or.us.

Thursday, April 11 | 6–8 p.m.
Chemeketa Community College
4000 Lancaster Drive NE., Salem

Tuesday, April 16 | 6–8 p.m.
Salem Public Library
585 Liberty St. SE., Salem

2019-06-12T04:28:37+08:00March 26th, 2019|

Spring Break FREE Lunch Program 2019 | Programa de actividades de primavera

For ALL children & students ages 1-18 years old. EVERYONE is invited – regardless of family income! Free lunch & Activities 12 pm–1:00 pm

Para TODOS los niños y estudiantes de 1 a 18 años. ¡TODOS ESTÁN INVITADOS: independientemente de los ingresos familiares! 12 pm–1:00 pm almuerzo gratis y actividades

School Locations | Ubicaciones en las Escuelas de Salem-Keizer (March/de marzo 21-22, 25-29)

Other Locations | Ubicaciones en las Escuelas de Salem-Keizer (March/de marzo 25-29)

In Partnership with Sodexo, Salem-Keizer Public Schools, (CACFP), Salem-Keizer Education, Foundation, and Oregon Dept. of Education-Child Nutrition Programs.

2019-06-12T04:30:26+08:00March 20th, 2019|

All Salem-Keizer Public Schools Closed Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019

All Salem-Keizer Public Schools are closed today due to inclement weather. All afternoon and evening activities are also canceled. This snow day may be added back in the end of the school year during the makeup day period. That announcement will be made at a later date.

If employees have questions about reporting, please contact your supervisor.

Please go to our website – www.salkeiz.k12.or.us – or follow our social media for additional information.

2019-06-12T04:35:47+08:00February 5th, 2019|

Marion Co. Health & Human Services: No Confirmed Cases of Measles in Marion County | Servicios Humanos y de Salud del Condado de Marion: No se han presentado casos confirmados de sarampión en el Condado de Marion

Marion County Health & Human Services has asked us to share this information with you regarding a measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington.

“Due to the current measles outbreak investigation in Clark County, Washington, we’ve received numerous questions about the local county public health response in schools. Below (linked PDF), you’ll find a list of standard procedures related to communicable disease in educational and childcare settings. We’d like to remind everyone that there are currently no confirmed cases of measles in Marion County.”

Please see this information in PDF format for more details, visit the Marion County Health & Human Services website or call them at 503-588-5621.

Servicios Humanos y de Salud del Condado de Marion: No se han presentado casos confirmados de sarampión en el Condado de Marion

Acerca del sarampión:

  • El sarampión es una enfermedad viral contagiosa que puede propagarse por el aire cuando una persona enferma con sarampión tose o estornuda. También puede propagarse por contacto directo con la secreción nasal y saliva de alguien enfermo con sarampión.
  • Los síntomas del sarampión comienzan con fiebre, tos, secreción nasal y ojos rojos, seguidos de una erupción roja que generalmente comienza en la cabeza o la cara y se extiende al resto del cuerpo.
  • Las personas son contagiosas con el sarampión durante cuatro días antes de que aparezca la erupción y hasta cuatro días después de que aparezca la erupción.
    Después de que una persona susceptible está expuesta al sarampión, los síntomas generalmente se desarrollan en 1 a 2 semanas, pero pueden desarrollar hasta 3 semanas.
  • Las complicaciones del sarampión incluyen infección del oído, infección pulmonar y, en casos raros, inflamación del cerebro.
  • Aproximadamente 1 de cada 1000 niños mueren de sarampión.
  • Cualquier persona que no sea inmune al sarampión y crea que tiene síntomas de sarampión debe comunicarse con su proveedor de atención médico o atención de urgencia por teléfono para hacer arreglos para evitar exponer a otros al virus.
  • Las personas se consideran inmunes al sarampión si se cumple alguna de las siguientes condiciones:
    • Usted es un niño en edad preescolar con al menos 1 año de edad con una vacuna contra el sarampión (MMR – sarampión, paperas, rubéola).
    • Usted es un niño en edad escolar actualmente en el grado K o superior o un adulto que ha recibido dos vacunas contra el sarampión (MMR – sarampión, paperas, rubéola).
    • Usted nació antes de 1957.
    • Ha tenido la enfermedad del sarampión (diagnosticada por un proveedor de atención médica y confirmada con una prueba de laboratorio).
  • Ha tenido un análisis de sangre que demuestra que es inmune al sarampión.
  • Cualquier persona que tenga preguntas sobre la infección por sarampión o la vacuna contra el sarampión debe llamar a su proveedor médico generalo al departamento de salud de su condado local:
    • Marion County Health & Human Services, 503-588-5621
  • Para mayor información:
    • Visite la página web de los Servicios Humanos y Salud del Condado del Marion: www.co.marion.or.us/HLT/Pages/Measles.aspx
    • Llamar 2-1-1 para obtener la información más reciente de la Autoridad de Salud de Oregón (OHA, por sus siglas en inglés) sobre el sarampión
2019-06-12T04:38:01+08:00January 31st, 2019|
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