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Policy agreement for student teacher candidates, interns, and mentors.
FACT's Special Education Toolkit
Federal Programs We support Title I-A schools Pre-K-12, SKPS Native Education Program, and the McKinney-Vento Program for students experiencing homelessness or unstable housing. We provide an opportunity for feedback and collaboration at Parent Advisory Committee meetings. We also support local private school Title I-A programs. List [...]
Special Education Services Brochure available in English | Russian | Spanish | Swahili Our Student Services team is dedicated to providing professional and efficient support services that contribute to the success of our students, staff, and community. Student Services Facebook Page Unified [...]
Your Content Goes Here Salem-Keizer Public Schools has chosen a Quality Assurance Model (QAM), a continuous improvement process, that demonstrates our commitment to our students. Through a constant commitment to QUALITY, we provide a pathway to success for every child, every day. [...]
Nondiscrimination / Title IX Policy Salem-Keizer Public Schools recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups.It is the policy of Salem-Keizer Public Schools that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, [...]
Thirty students in teacher Audrey Von Maluski’s Project Citizen elective class at Stephens Middle School recently won top honors in the state, and in the nation, for a comprehensive civics project they worked on last spring. The students’ award-winning project is called "Is this America? Safer Schools to End Gun [...]
Lytle most recently served as Associate Director of Bands at West Virginia University Stephen Lytle has been named the next Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) Coordinator of Music & Drama, following the retirement of longtime coordinator Mary Lou Boderman. Lytle’s first day will be July 1, 2020. Dr. Stephen Lytle, [...]
Seventh-grade student from Claggett Creek wins spot in Oregon Health Authority’s 2019 Problem Gambling Awareness calendar Each March, the Oregon Health Authority sponsors a statewide art contest for middle school students during Problem Gambling Awareness Month. This state-wide art search asks students to create informative and unique works of art [...]