Schools: ‘An opportunity to put students in charge’

Salem-Keizer Public Schools

The Salem-Keizer School Board meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 25 featured members of Salem-Keizer Public School (SKPS) cabinet discussing school reentry planning and curriculum updates, as well as other topics.

While the majority of the students in the district will be participating in comprehensive distance learning due to COVID-19, SKPS Superintendent Christy Perry estimated that more than 6,000 students will be active in the district’s . . .

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