School board will establish ‘Free Speech’ zones for future board meeetings

Satya Chandragiri, chair of the Salem-Keizer Public School Board.

For the second consecutive month, a protest outside of the Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) district office provided notable disruption during a board meeting on Tuesday, June 15.

Sounds of air horns and banging on the windows could be heard immediately as the meeting started, making it difficult for board members to effectively communicate with one another.

The raucous crowd caused . . .

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