If your student has any prescription or over-the-counter medications here at Stephens, parents must pick them up at the end of the school year. Students are not allowed to take medications home themselves.
Please note: district policy mandates that any medication not picked up must be disposed of. We will dispose of them by June 28th.
Please come in to the office any time prior to that date to pick up. Office hours are 7:00 am – 4:00 pm.
One Thousand Soles is a student championed shoe drive for homeless teens and children in need living in Salem, OR and surrounding areas. This year Stephens collected 691 pairs of shoes and was awarded 2017 Middle School Champions. Congratulations are in order to McKay High School as well for winning the High School Division.
Class of 2021
McKay is offering summer classes to incoming 9th graders starting Monday, June 26th and running through July 21st.
Classes will be held Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.
Applications can be picked up in the main office at Stephens and need to be returned by Friday, May 12th.
Students will earn .5 English credit and .5 Elective credit
For further questions, please contact Wendy Stradley @ McKay High School (503) 399-3080.
Congratulations to those students who achieved a 3.50 or higher GPA on their first semester report card! Click on the link below to see the list of kids.
The School Board’s Safe & Welcoming Schools Resolution affirms that our schools are a place for all to feel welcome and that any form of discrimination, hazing, harassment, intimidation, bullying; cyberbullying, or menacing of students will not be tolerated. To see further information please click on the attachments listed below.
The federal law allows parents to request information on the qualifications of their child’s teacher, such as education level, teaching license and experience. To request a teacher’s qualifications, simply contact the main office.
This fall, parents of Salem-Keizer students have a new, convenient option for paying student fees.
Through the Online Payment Portal, parents can use a credit card to pay athletic fees, library book fees, purchase ASB cards, make a donation, and take care of other payment transactions. The Online Payment portal processing fee is the same as the fee charged when making a credit card payment in the school office (2.75 percent).
The Online Payment Portal does not replace the food service payment system, EZSchoolPay.
Find a link to the Online Payment Portal on our school website, or visit https://skpay.salkeiz.k12.or.us.