In keeping with the latest direction from Governor Brown, the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education, Salem-Keizer Public Schools will close March 16 and students will return to school on April 1. All schools will be open Friday, March 13. During the closure, all school-based sports and extracurricular activities will also be [...]
No School for Students! Friday, 03/06/20 – Secondary Grading and Professional Development Day.
There will be no school on Monday, February 17th due to Presidents' Day.
Monday, January 20 – No School. Tuesday, January 21 – Dismissal at 2:45 after Advisory. Wednesday, January 22 – Dismissal at 2:45 after Advisory. Thursday, January 23 – Dismissal at 2:45 after Advisory. Friday, January 24 – No School
Monday, January 20 - No School. Tuesday, January 21 - Middle School and IPS are on regular schedule. High School students will be dismissed early at 12:00 after lunch. Wednesday, January 22 - Middle School and IPS are on Wednesday Schedule. High School students will be dismissed early at 12:00 after lunch. Thursday, January 23 [...]
Monday, January 20th is a federal holiday to celebrate of the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. There is no school and offices are closed. Martin Luther King Jr. Article
As we begin to see cooler temperature throughout our community, it’s important to know how SKPS will communicate with you if there's a school closure or delay. In the event of bad weather, district officials will make the decision by 5:15 a.m. that day to close all or selected schools or to delay the start [...]
Join us on Monday, January 20, 2020, for a day of service to commemorate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Free childcare and lunch will be provided. Event Details McKay High School: 10am-1pm Healthcare Information Housing Information Free Health Screenings Employment Opportunities Voter Registration Financial Literacy MLK March: 1pm-2pm
Last month, SKPS concluded community forums and surveys focused on gathering feedback on how to invest dollars from the newly formed Student Investment Account. Feedback from our community, students and staff will help prioritize the more than $35 million annually SKPS will receive from the Student Success Act. To lead the work around the Student [...]
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 [...]