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End of the Year Medication Pick Up

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 25th.

Please come in to the office any time prior to that date to pick up. Office hours are 7:00 am – 4:00 pm.

2019-05-24T12:46:25-08:00May 24, 2019|

9th Grade Bootcamp – June 24th – June 27th

Class of 2023

McKay is offering a jump start for incoming 9th graders starting Monday, June 24th and running through June 27th.

8:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Applications can be picked up in the main office at Stephens.

For further questions, please contact Wendy Stradley @ McKay High School  (503) 399-3080.

2019-04-26T07:51:40-08:00April 26, 2019|

Safe Oregon Confidential Tip Line

Salem-Keizer Public Schools Joins SafeOregon Confidential Tip Line

Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) has officially joined SafeOregon, a confidential tip line that gives our kids, parents, schools and communities a confidential way to report safety threats or potential acts of violence.

Salem-Keizer Public Schools has a sophisticated and proactive intervention system in place for timely interventions. These include the SKPS Office of Behavioral Learning, the Office of Safety and Risk Management, and our Threat Response System that offers step-by-step protocols on preventing and controlling potentially dangerous situations.

The SafeOregon tip line adds an additional resource to ensure students and staff have a confidential avenue for reporting and bolsters SKPS’ relationship with law enforcement. This program is run and managed by the Oregon State Police and has proven to prevent acts of violence.

“Since the SafeOregon began its statewide program, we’ve seen it grow as a resource for the communities we serve,” said John Van Dreal, SKPS Director of Safety and Risk Management Services. “We know that what keeps our children safe is an open line of communication, and SafeOregon provides that communication in a confidential way.”

All tips reported by members of the Salem-Keizer community– including parents, students and employees – in regard to school and student safety will be closely investigated by the Oregon State Police and SKPS. The safety of our students, staff and volunteers is without question, our highest priority.

We encourage all parents to download the SafeOregon App on their phones, and their child’s phone as well. Individuals may also report a tip by calling or sending a text to 844-472-3367 anytime. Tips also can be emailed to tip@safeoregon.com. For more information, go to www.safeoregon.com.

2018-03-09T14:04:56-08:00March 9, 2018|