Last day of school

posted by Chapman Hill   [ updated ]

June 16 is the last day of school. It will be a full, fun day with dismissal at 
3:10 pm. Field day activities are planned and classes will line the halls at 
3:05 pm to clap for our 5th grade students as they leave the building! Parents are invited to sign up to volunteer with field day activities and join in our farewell to the 5th grade students. 

Thank you, Salem Electric!

posted May 9, 2017, 10:23 AM by Chapman Hill

Chapman Hill would like to thank Salem Electric for helping us take down all of the student art work that was hung up throughout the building for Art Night!
The Salem Electric employees spent an entire morning carefully taking down art, pulling staples out of the walls, and carefully organizing the art work to be returned to students. It was a big job and we are so thankful for their help!!

Kindergarten registration opens Feb. 21, 2017

posted Feb 10, 2017, 4:05 PM by Chapman Hill

Registration for fall kindergarten programs in Salem-Keizer Public Schools opens on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. Students who turn five on or before September 10, 2017, are eligible to register. All elementary schools in Salem-Keizer offer free, full-day kindergarten.

Parents are asked to register students soon to help the district prepare an adequate number of classrooms, supplies, etc. for the fall.

How to register

To register, please visit the school and pick up a registration packet. If you’re unsure what school is assigned to serve your residence address, please visit the district’s school finder page: www.salemkeizer.org/content/boundary-information

Parents must complete and sign the forms in the registration packet (registration form, home language survey, immunization form) and provide:

1.       Proof of residence address. Examples of documents accepted include a copy of a utility bill, driver’s license with current address, copy of rental agreement, etc.

2.       Original birth certificate for the child. The school will make a copy and return the original to the parent.

Help your student get ready

Parents can help students get ready for kindergarten by helping them:

·         Hold a pencil, crayons and scissors correctly

·         Practice writing his/her name

·         Learn the ABC’s and how to count to twenty

·         Name and identify basic shapes, such as square, triangle and circle

·         Learn how to take turns and share with others

·         How to use the bathroom and wash hands independently


Please contact your school with questions about registering for kindergarten.

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