Members of the various McNary High School bands spread out across Keizer on Saturday, Sept. 23. to collect recyclable bottles and cans, as well as financial donations to help fund projects for the marching band, jazz ensemble, symphonic band, orchestra and wind ensemble. Band members will be in the city[Read More…]
By: LYNDON ZAITZ Of the Keizertimes Anticipation was high for kids, staff and parents as Gubser Elementary School welcomed first through fifth graders to the first day of the 2023-24 school year. A red carpet was laid out at the entrance, while decorations and signs welcomed ‘Gators’ to Gubser.
A McNary High School counselor has been charged with sexually abusing a minor for nearly two years.
Prosecutors charged Todd A. Bobeda, 46 of Dallas, on Wednesday in Polk County Circuit Court with four counts of third-degree sexual abuse, two counts of first-degree official misconduct and harassment, according to court documents.
Young Life leaders get powered paint poured on them. Kyra Norstorm (left) throws powder paint at June Higgins (middle) and Elizabeth Williams (right). By MADISON LIETZ of the KeizertimesLast Monday evening every Young Life club in the Salem-Keizer district gathered on the grounds of the Keizer Community Church for a[Read More…]
A move to give parents more access to school textbooks and class curriculum has advanced a step at the Oregon Legislature with Senate action.
Whiteaker Band & What kids are eating during school lunch and breakfast.
By: Les Zaitz of Salem ReporterFor the Keizertimes Voters will have choices in all three races for the Salem-Keizer School Board and more candidates could join in before next week’s filing deadline. So far, only one incumbent is bidding for re-election. And so far, only a single candidate has filed[Read More…]
The Salem-Keizer Career Technical Education Center will have a new program after the Salem-Keizer School Board unanimously approved plans to purchase an airport hangar at McNary Field at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
Dr. Satya Chandragiri is frustrated with the other members of the Salem-Keizer School Board (SKSD), so much so that he held a press conference at the Salem capital mall on Sept. 29 in order to call attention to what he perceives as a lack of proper engagement with the public,[Read More…]