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Office relocated for summer

posted Jun 12, 2015, 2:02 PM by Chapman Hill

The Chapman Hill office has been relocated to Kalapuya Elementary for the summer due to the floor remodel. Office staff is available by phone via our Chapman Hill phone number (503-399-3195). We will inform the Chapman Hill community once we return to our home school. 
Thank you and have a wonderful summer!

New Principal

posted Jun 11, 2015, 3:48 PM by Chapman Hill

Chapman Hill families,

I would like to welcome Chapman Hill’s new principal, Rachael Harms. Rachael has been with Salem-Keizer schools for the past 24 years.  She received a Bachelor of music education from University of Oregon, a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from Portland State University, and is completing a Doctor of Education at George Fox University this year. 

She started her teaching career in Salem Keizer School District as a choral director at Waldo Middle School and then served as an elementary music teacher at Lake Labish, Hayesville, Auburn, and Swegle elementary schools.  She went on to serve as a general education elementary classroom teacher at Swegle and Lamb, teaching first and fifth grades.  She furthered her instructional leadership by serving as an instructional coach at Swegle, which became an Oregon Champion Turnaround School.  Most recently, she has served as a program assistant in the Professional Development office, and is currently the professional development coordinator. Rachel is married to Shane and they have three children.  

I know you will appreciate Rachael’s warmth, intelligence, and common sense.  You may reach her at harms_rachael@salkeiz.k12.or.us.

Sincerely,

Heidi Litchfield

Summer Reading Club

posted May 26, 2015, 2:06 PM by Chapman Hill

The 2015 Summer Reading Club is coming soon to Salem Public Library!

This summer, children from birth through elementary school can discover their super-power during Salem Public Library's Summer Reading Club. Staff and volunteers will be encouraging readers (and listeners) up through grade 5 to READ! READ! READ! with the theme "Every Hero Has a Story" and young adults, grades 6 to high school graduates are encouraged to "Unmask!" Sign-ups begin June 2nd at the Salem Public Library Youth Services desk or online at www.salemlibrary.org

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