Oregon’s second-largest school district sees financial trouble looming

The Salem-Keizer School District is facing a deficit of around $30 million heading into the 2024-25 school year. Plans are being made to shed expenses.

SALEM, Oregon — As school years gear up for the upcoming school year, the Salem-Keizer School District is preparing for looming financial issues. 

Currently, the district is facing around a $30 million deficit for the 2024-25 school year. But Superintendent Andrea Castañeda said the district is currently undergoing bargaining negotiations with staff. Once the negotiations are over, the school district will have a much better idea of what their deficit will be heading into the 2024-25 school year.


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