Salem-Keizer Public Schools working to promote sense of belonging among students

“I see a lot of support staff more intentional about responding to student’s needs,” said school psychologist Chris Moore.

SALEM, Ore. — Students, their families as well as school staff and teachers have come a long way. Students who chose hybrid learning are back in the classroom and before they know it, it’ll be summer break.

Salem-Keizer Public Schools was one of the first large districts in Oregon to welcome back students for in-person, hybrid learning. Kids in grades K-12 who chose hybrid, have collectively been in the classroom two days a week for more than a month now.

Chris Moore, a school psychologist

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