Yes for Salem-Keizer Schools

Salem-Keizer Schools need space for students, career-technical classrooms, technology upgrades, seismic strengthening, safety upgrades, and protection for the community’s investment.

By raising funds, we hope to fulfill these needs and then some.

Invest in the Next Generation

Help us raise nearly $620 million
for the students now and in the future.

Career/Technical Training

New vocational and technical classrooms will be added to ensure students are prepared for life beyond graduation.

Seismic Upgrades

Seismic considerations must be made including the need for strengthening high-risk areas for added safety.

Maintenance

Non-routine work for areas such as roofs, floors, HVAC, parking lots, and plumbing systems require attention.
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Relieve Overcrowding

Additional construction of space & classroom expansions to keep up with needed capacity and address future enrollment growth.

Safety & Security

Front office staff need door visibility, and electronic badge access and intercom systems require updating.

Technology Upgrades

Technological advances will take place including the expansion of wireless networks and improvements made to school data centers.

Learn more about the bond package!

Marion County Voter Pamphlet

Students

Schools

Weeks to Election Day

What Can I Do?

Your volunteer time and financial support will help us say Yes to Salem-Keizer Schools.

Share the benefits of this bond measure with your friends and family, and if you’re able to, donate.

Volunteer

From putting a lawn sign in your yard to helping with events or mailing, your efforts are vital to the success of this bond. Sign up today!

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Salem-Keizer school bond: Letter to the editor

Salem-Keizer school bond: Letter to the editor

Article From The Oregonian Updated Apr 19, 8:00 AM; Posted Apr 19, 8:00 AM   I am writing today to urge my community to vote "yes" on the Salem-Keizer school bond on May 15. As the parent of students at Pringle Elementary School and South Salem High School, I...

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