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Future Chefs - Culinary Competition

posted Feb 9, 2018, 3:49 PM by Chapman Hill

20 lucky (4th and 5th graders) winners from each school will be chosen as finalists to compete in a contests at McNary High School on March 9th, 2018.  As an added bonus, the winner of this event will be entered into a National Competition for some great prizes!

FREE DENTAL CARE FOR STUDENTS

posted Feb 8, 2018, 3:10 PM by Chapman Hill

Community Action Agency is partnering with Capital Dental on a program that provides children 0 – 10 with dental care for free if they are uninsured, and may also be able to help with co-pays for children who are insured. The flyer and the FAQ document together should answer most questions.

Free Full-Day Kindergarten - Fall 2018

posted Jan 29, 2018, 2:55 PM by Chapman Hill   [ updated Jan 29, 2018, 2:59 PM ]

Salem-Keizer Public Schools offers free full-day kindergarten.

 

Research has shown there are many benefits of full-day kindergarten, including:

·         Long-term educational gains for students

·         Social, emotional and intellectual growth

·         Students enter first grade better prepared

 

Research also shows five year old children are ready for a longer school day.

 

Students who turn five on or before September 10, 2018 are eligible to register.


Registration opens February 20, 2018. Parents are asked to register kindergarten students right away so the district can know how many new kindergarten classrooms will be needed in the fall.

 

Early registration also helps parents stay in the loop of upcoming school events like kindergarten orientation, which will take place in May.

 

To register, please visit your assigned 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: http://busfinder.salkeiz.k12.or.us/elinkrp/Students/BasicTransBoundarySearch.aspx

 

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.

 

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 ABCs 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

·         Learn how to use the restroom and wash hands independently

 

Please contact us with questions about registering for kindergarten.

Capital Timbers - Spring Juniors Program 2018

posted Jan 26, 2018, 12:26 PM by Chapman Hill



Chapman Hill 2018 Project List

posted Jan 26, 2018, 12:05 PM by Chapman Hill   [ updated Jan 26, 2018, 12:19 PM ]

Please refer to the attached PDF.

Beginning in 2022:

Improvements
1) Intercom System Upgrades
2) Replacement of partition walls
3) Roofing replacement
4) Expanded wireless capacity
5) Security improvements to increase visibility of main entry from office

Additional/Expanded Space
1) Repurpose current library into a cafeteria
2) Expand kitchen
3) Repurpose underutilized classrooms into a new library

Untitled Post

posted Jan 18, 2018, 10:11 AM by Chapman Hill

State Testing 30 Day Notice

By law, Oregon school districts must notify parents about annual state testing at least thirty days before testing begins.  Testing will begin in Salem-Keizer in February 2018.  A copy of the 30-day notice and opt-out form can be picked up in any school office starting on January 5th 2018.  For more information about state testing, please visit the Oregon Department of Education website:  http://www.oregon.gov/ode/educator-resources/assessment/pages/default.aspx

Important dates

posted Nov 30, 2017, 9:18 AM by Chapman Hill

Be sure to mark your calendars for these important dates:

Thurs. Dec. 7: All families are invited to the annual parent club sponsored Winter Craft Night. The fun starts at 6 pm and concludes at 7:30 pm. There will be fun crafts, the book fair will be open, and our choir will be performing in the gym. 

Dec. 18- Jan. 1: Winter Break; no school for students.

December/January Newsletter

posted Nov 30, 2017, 8:44 AM by Chapman Hill   [ updated Nov 30, 2017, 10:26 AM ]

Please see the attached newsletter for important winter weather information! 

Bond Measure

posted Sep 21, 2017, 1:28 PM by Chapman Hill

Members of the Salem-Keizer School Board are planning a general obligation bond measure for the May 2018 ballot. The proposed bond would address critical facility needs in nearly all schools and support buildings in our district.

 

The proposed bond would:

Construct additional space to address capacity issues, relieve overcrowding and address future enrollment growth.

Make seismic upgrades at schools rated very high risk for collapse in the event of a large earthquake.

Make safety and security improvements district-wide such as upgrading electronic badge access systems and relocating front office spaces for better visibility and control over who enters and exits school buildings.

Construct new Career-Technical/vocational education classrooms at all high schools to expand programs such as engineering, science and technology.

Expand and construct additional space at all six of the district’s traditional high schools to increase capacity from around 1,600 students to up to 2,200 students.

Make improvements to existing school buildings such as painting the exterior, sealing masonry walls, replacing roofs, etc.

Address equity issues across the district, such as access to technology and science programs.

 

The list of needed improvements came from a two-year planning process to create a Long Range Facility Plan (LRFP). A group of community members from Salem and Keizer served on the Citizens Facilities Task Force and reviewed every page of the LRFP. The total amount of work needed is estimated at $620 million and far exceeds what the district can afford to pay from the general fund. The Task Force recommended that the School Board pursue a general obligation bond to fund the work.

 

The proposed bond package is not yet final. The Board will continue to discuss the bond over the next several weeks. Follow the development of the bond package on the district website: www.salemkeizer.org.

 

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