In the last two weeks, Salem- Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) has made the rounds holding listening sessions at four of the six high schools. Monday night was Keizer and McNary High School’s turn.
Author: Joshua Manes
McNary’s Jonathan Ruiz was named Central Valley Conference boys soccer player of the year on Tuesday. At the same time his coach, Miguel Camarena was named conference Coach of the Year, and first-year girls soccer head coach Josh Rios Noonkester Co-Coach of the Year. In all, 20 Celtic boys and girls were earned all-conference honors.
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Salem-Keizer Public Schools has embarked on a listening tour across the area high schools to get feedback from families and community members about important topics.
The tour will make its stop at McNary High School on Monday, Oct. 30, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.
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