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Lee runs for third SKSB term

Lee runs for third SKSB term

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Chuck Lee likes to joke his goal is to flip-flop the name of the Salem-Keizer School District. He’s looking for another chance to do so. Lee confirmed to the Keizertimes on Tuesday he’s running for a third term on the Salem-Keizer School Board. Lee left the Keizer City Council […]

Ebbs sixth in state

Ebbs sixth in state

McNary High School’s other wrestlers in the state tournament were led by freshman Brayden Ebbs. Ebbs took sixth in state at 120 pounds after coming in second at the district tournament and ousted the No. 1 seed in the tournament along the way. Junior Joey Kibbey knocked out the No. 1 seed in the state […]

Knight of Arts

Knight of Arts

BY ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes When it comes to sports, any number of teams take videos of games and races to allow students to tweak their techniques. The McNary High School Fine Arts Department is hoping to do the same with performances using proceeds from Knight of Arts Saturday, March 7. The department […]

MHS scribes will see their stories on stage

MHS scribes will see their stories on stage

BY ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes In a couple of weeks, Morgan Hoag and Alohi Tombleson will be published playwrights. Given that they are a junior and sophomore at McNary High School, respectively, this is no small feat. “Ohmigosh, I feel like I’m going to die of happiness,” said Hoag, who trembled with excitement […]

Lessons in Celt video production courses carry students far beyond the classroom

Lessons in Celt video production courses carry students far beyond the classroom

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Despite taking video production classes for all her four years at McNary High School, Liv Pond isn’t planning to study film in college. That doesn’t mean what she’s gleaned from her time in teacher Jason Heimerdinger’s studio room will be going to waste. “I want to travel the […]

Abbas a merit finalist

Abbas a merit finalist

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Of all the high school students in the country, McNary High School senior Zach Abbas has an honor few others can claim: National Merit Finalist. “I wasn’t expecting to be a semifinalist. I was completely blown away. Then hearing that I was a finalist … it was just […]

‘No’ vote on charter school

‘No’ vote on charter school

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes A second draft proposal for a fifth charter school in the Salem-Keizer School District received a negative vote from the School Board on Tuesday on the advice of the school administration. Superintendent Christy Perry told the board an administrative committee found the second proposal to fall short of a […]

MHS artists show off their work

MHS artists show off their work

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Kaeleigh Dunn, Janice Nelson and Deanna Saukov are three of more than 60 students participating in an McNary High School art exhibit at the Keizer Art Association throughout February. The prospect of showing their work to a wider audience is both nerve-wracking and exciting. “It makes me feel […]

WMS Wolverines work on bullying antidote: kindness

WMS Wolverines work on bullying antidote: kindness

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Donna Burnett, a counselor at Whiteaker Middle School, was surveying the possibilities for an anti-bullying campaign when she had an epiphany. “You can’t get kids to buy into a negative goal. They’re not going to admit they are a bully, and the only ones those efforts speak to […]

School board struggles to define success

School board struggles to define success

Colleges say local students ‘underprepared’

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