In-person classes will be two days per week for most Salem-Keizer students under early outline for fall

Most of Salem-Keizer’s 41,000 students would attend school inside a building only two days per week under a plan being developed by district administrators, though younger students would have more in-class time.

Families will have the option to keep their students enrolled in an all-online district program regardless of grade, a choice thousands of parents said they’re considering based on a district survey.

Assistant superintendent Kraig Sproles . . .

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