At last week’s SKPS school board meeting, in her budget update Superintendent Andrea Castañeda announced that hundreds of district staff would have to be laid off at the end of the school year.
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35 current and retired SKPS educators have sent out a letter of no confidence in Superintendent Andrea Castañeda
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.
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.
An online threat to Claggett Creek Middle School over the weekend led to the arrest of a 13-year old male on Monday, but that threat was only one of multiple the Salem-Keizer Public Schools received for Keizer area schools.
Salem-Keizer Public Schools Superintendent Andrea Castañeda sent an email to the families of Kalapuya Elementary on Thursday regarding the removal of teacher Joshua Rist from the campus.
The $10M suit alleges sexual abuse, grooming from former
Service to Education recipient and negligence from the district
Salem-Keizer Public Schools is looking to fill three open budget committee positions. Appointees serve three-year terms, with these three terms ending June 30, 2026.
A move to give parents more access to school textbooks and class curriculum has advanced a step at the Oregon Legislature with Senate action.
The Salem-Keizer Education Association (SKEA), which represents the contracted educators in SKPS schools, sent a letter to the district on March 3 expressing concern for the safety of its members and the lack of preparation and training for dealing with violent students.