Salem-Keizer Public Schools Seeks Public Input on Student Success Act Funds

Salem-Keizer Public Schools is slated to receive more than $35 million from the Student Success Act. Annually, this Student Investment Account can only be used to meet students’ mental or behavioral health needs, and increase academic achievement for students while reducing academic disparities.

We need your input on how that money should be spent to close the achievement gap and support the Social Emotional learning for students. Community meetings were held  Nov. 18-Dec. 4. For those unable to attend one of the sessions, we have included 2 survey links for you to give your input.


Here is the link to the questions in Spanish

And English