When school’s out for summer, bond-funded construction kicks into high gear. Several school campuses will become hard-hat zones beginning immediately after the last day of school and will continue under construction all summer. For safety, only authorized construction personnel will be allowed on campus.

Many school offices* will be relocated to a host location for summer operations. Most summer activities at these schools have also been relocated.

Please see the following list for details of school campus closures and office relocations this summer.

Please call the school’s office with any questions about summer hours or operations.

Chapman Hill Elementary School
Campus access: Chapman Hill’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Kalapuya Elementary School
503-399-3195

Four Corners Elementary School
Campus access: Four Corners’ campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Auburn Elementary School
503-399-3145

Hallman Elementary School
Campus access: Hallman’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Waldo Middle School
503-399-3451

Hayesville Elementary School
Campus access: Hayesville’s gym, fields and playgrounds will be closed.
503-399-3153

Houck Middle School
Campus access: Houck’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Miller Elementary School
503-399-3446

Keizer Elementary School
Campus access: Keizer’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Claggett Creek Middle School
503-391-3161

Kennedy Elementary School
Campus access: Kennedy Elementary School campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Claggett Creek Middle School
503-399-3163

Liberty Elementary School
Campus access: Liberty’s office will be open for normal summer hours. All other areas of campus will be closed.
503-399-3165

Myers Elementary School
Campus access: Myers’ office will be open for normal summer hours. All other areas of campus will be closed.
503-399-3175

Parrish Middle School
Campus access: Parrish’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: North Salem High School
503-399-3210

Pringle Elementary School
Campus access: Pringle’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Judson Middle School
503-399-3178

Salem Heights Elementary School
Campus access: Salem Height’s campus will be closed
Summer office location: Leslie Middle School
503-399-3187

Schirle Elementary School
Campus access: Schirle’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Judson Middle School
503-399-3277

Scott Elementary School
Campus access: Scott’s playground and fields will be closed.
503-399-3302

Sprague High School
Campus access: Sprague’s campus will be closed, with the exception of pre-authorized use of sports fields by school programs only.
Summer office location: Crossler Middle School
503-399-3261

Stephens Middle School
Campus access: Stephens’ office will be open for normal summer hours. All other areas of campus will be closed.
503-399-3442

Sumpter Elementary School
Campus access: Sumpter’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Leslie Middle School
503-399-3337

Swegle Elementary School
Campus access: Swegle’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Auburn Elementary School
503-399-3191

Walker Middle School
Campus access: Walker’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Straub Middle School
503-399-3220

Washington Elementary School
Campus access: Washington’s campus will be closed.
Summer office location: Waldo Middle School
503-399-3193

West Salem High School
Campus access: West’s campus will be closed, with the exception of pre-authorized use of sports fields by school programs only.
Summer office location: Straub Middle School
503-399-5533

Yoshikai Elementary School
Campus access: Yoshikai’s playground and fields will be closed.
503-399-3438

*Generally, elementary and middle school offices close for summer on June 29 and will reopen on August 15. High school offices are open all summer. There may be variations in operating dates and hours by location. Please call the school office to confirm operating hours.

Thanks to the Salem-Keizer community’s support of the 2018 bond, school learning environments are being improved all across the district. Thank you, Salem and Keizer voters!