Salem-Keizer Public Schools will be hosting nearly 200 free enrichment opportunities and academic programs for students on a variety of topics and focus areas and they are open to all students.

The array of programming includes topics such as foreign languages, engineering, cooking, performing arts and fused glass. A full list is at tinyurl.com/skpscamps. Many camps are being offered more than once and all COVID-19-related precautions will be in place for programs that meet in person.

Camps being hosted at McNary High School include: Science Magic-Design Challenge, Exploring Language Arts through Stop Motion Film Animation, Farm to Fork, Summer Rock Orchestra Camp and Bell-choir camp. 

The registration window for summer programs will close on Monday, May 31. A lottery system will be used if registrations exceed program capacity. Families will be notified of program placement by June 4, 2021. 

Session 1: June 28-July 9

Session 2: July 12-23

Session 3: July 26-Aug. 6

Session 4: Aug. 9-20

District officials are still determining what transportation options will be available.