Salem-Keizer Early Childhood Programs is now accepting applications!
Our preschool programs are a safe and nurturing environment for children between the ages of 3 and 5. We provide a variety of support for students and families to help them on the road to success. If you are interested in sending your child to preschool, consider watching the video below to learn more about our program.
¡El programa de Educación Temprana de Salem-Keizer está recibiendo aplicaciones!
Programas son seguros y ambiente sustentante para niños de edades de 3 y 5. Nosotros brindamos apoyo a los estudiantes y familias para tener éxito en el transcurso del camino. Si está interesado en mandar a su hijo/a a preescolar, considere en mirar este video para aprender más de nuestro programa.
Salem-Keizer Early Childhood Program ejkiioebbok application!!
Mejatoto eo ilo burookraam kein emmaan nan eddoklok eo an ajiri ro 3-5 iio dettaer im renej bed iumwin kojbarok eo an rijerbal ro. Kimij lelok elon menin jiban ko non rijikuul ro kab baamle ko nan aer maron lwe. Ne kwoj konaan kadrelon ajiri eo nejim ilo preschool, kajeon aloje bija kein lal nan am bok elon lok melele ko kin burookraam kein.
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Salem-Keizer Public Schools invites you to join district, school and community leaders for the a three-part virtual series on safety in local schools.
Part One: School Safety and Emergency Procedures, January 26, 2022 at 6 p.m.
During this session, attendees will learn about safety protocols and emergency procedures implemented in all Salem-Keizer schools and how they can continue to partner with district and community leaders to support safe and welcoming schools. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions through a moderated Q&A with panelists and learn more about upcoming sessions. Language interpretation, including ASL, will be available.
Salem-Keizer Public Schools is partnering with members in the community to provide a series of learning sessions throughout the 2021-22 school year. These sessions are currently held online
Salem-Keizer Public Schools is partnering with members in the community to provide a series of learning sessions throughout the 2021-22 school year. These sessions are currently held online and are open to the public.
The second Community Learning Session is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Monday, January 31 and will be hosted by Salem-Keizer School Board Chair Osvaldo Avila and SKPS Director of Student Equity, Access and Advancement Cynthia Richardson.
The online-only session includes an interactive presentation celebrating Black history in our state. Panelists include McKay Senior Grace Caldwell, who also serves as the student advisor to the school board, Oregon State Senator Lew Frederick, Oregon Black Pioneers President Willie Richardson and Gwen Carr who served on the board of the Oregon Black Pioneers for close to 20 years.
The event will be hosted on Zoom and will run from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with time for questions from attendees.
American sign language interpretation will be available. Please use the registration form to make a request for language interpretation.
The Salem-Keizer Public Schools Native Education Program will hold its annual public hearing on Monday, January 31, 2022, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. The meeting will take place virtually.
We will review the current year’s program, provide information on program performance, and discuss next year’s Title VI grant application. We will also provide an opportunity for attendees to offer comments, openly discuss issues and communicate and clarify the needs of students.
Public Hearing Item: Title VI Native Education Program
Salem-Keizer Public Schools promotes equal opportunity for all individuals without regard to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion or creed, sex or gender, sexual orientation, or veteran status. For more information, please view our Nondiscrimination /Title IX policy here.