Superintendent says Salem-Keizer schools will remain in-person despite ‘crisis-level’ staffing shortages

Students at Weddle Elementary School in Keizer. (FILE PHOTO/Keizertimes)

Superintendent Christy Perry told the Salem-Keizer school board Tuesday evening that schools would continue in-person learning despite extreme staffing shortages and student absences across the district. 

“Our community needs to know that every person in our organization is stepping up on behalf of our single most important goal right now, which is to maintain in person learning five days a . . .

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