Osvaldo Avila will be temporarily banned from district sporting events pending the investigation. Avila denied his interaction with referees was hostile or aggressive, and said he’ll cooperate with the investigation.
New state data shows the share of local freshmen completing one quarter of credits required for a diploma rose to 78% last school year after falling to 70% in 2021. But there’s still more work to be done, and absenteeism remains a challenge.
The school district made no public announcement of the arrest, which happened Tuesday afternoon, but notified the school board.
About two dozen students, family and staff attended the field trip with Willamette Connections Academy to get into the fall spirit.
The expansion, completed this fall, adds more space for special education and career programs, as well as a calming room and new science labs.
Results from the National Assessment for Educational Progress show declines in math and reading proficiency among Oregon fourth- and eighth-graders.
Republicans hope ongoing frustration from pandemic school closures will win over undecided voters in November.
New data released this week shows the number of Oregon high schoolers on track to graduate has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels.
Columnist Pamela Ferrara dives into local data on the availability of child care, and explores why the U.S. hasn’t made public funding for care a priority.
After a three-year hiatus following the closure of the Salem-Keizer Education Foundation, the black tie award ceremony recognizing educators is coming back.