The Salem-Keizer School Board is scheduled to meet in open session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, to announce its hiring of a new superintendent. The meeting will be broadcast by Capital Community Media and carried on Youtube.
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PHOTOS: Online students meet up in Salem for Halloween pumpkin fun
About two dozen students, family and staff attended the field trip with Willamette Connections Academy to get into the fall spirit.
Thatcher, Walsh face off for new Senate District 11 seat
Sen. Kim Thatcher and Keizer attorney Richard Walsh are seeking the seat representing north Salem and Keizer.
Salem to light bridge in honor of West Salem teen ahead of community mental health events
Salem organizations are observing Mental Health Awareness Week with a suicide prevention march and the annual “Choose to Stay” event at Sprague raising money for the Aaron Brown memorial scholarship.
Salem-Keizer offering more pay for substitute teachers in light of need
With the new financial incentive structure, substitutes for the district can make up to $1,200 extra this school year, on top of their regular hourly pay.
Community holds vigil to mourn loss of local teen
Hundreds gathered at West Salem High School Tuesday night to mourn the loss of junior Serena Brenneman.
Police, community seeking information on missing West Salem teen
Police and the community seeking a Salem teen has not been seen by his family since a football game at West Salem High School on Sept. 16.
West Salem students take gold in medical, robotics competitions
West Salem High School’s winning EMT team at from the 2022 SkillsUSA national competition, from left: Natalie Stauffer, Madison Wilch, Lt. Jennifer Stanislaw, Advisor, Alexis Williams (Courtesy/Salem-Keizer School District) Local students are shining a little brighter this summer after taking home gold medals in a national competition. West Salem High[Read More…]
Salem high schools will keep “Gender Queer” on shelves following grandparent challenge
The graphic novel memoir “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobebe will remain in three Salem-Keizer high school libraries following a challenge by grandparents. Three Salem high schools will keep copies of the graphic novel “Gender Queer” in their libraries after a district committee voted unanimously against a parent’s request to remove[Read More…]
Salem-Keizer board discusses banning concealed weapons on school grounds
The Salem Keizer School Board is considering prohibiting concealed weapons on school grounds after a recent change in state law, with an initial discussion showing a political divide on the topic. During a work session Tuesday evening, Board Chair Osvaldo Avila cited Oregon Senate Bill 554 which passed in 2021[Read More…]