Online Schedule Change Request Form:

Students who would like to request a change to their schedule can submit a form using the link below. The requests will be processed by counselors, and an email will be sent to you once the request has been processed, please do not email your counselor directly. These submissions are requests only and do not guarantee changes or placements. The form will be available until midnight on August 26th, your final blue schedule will be available on the first day of school.

Click here to submit a schedule change request.

2019-08-16T10:57:35-08:00August 16th, 2019|

McKay Staff Support Seniors Toward August Graduation

McKay Principal Rob Schoepper isn’t above showing up at a student’s house and dragging her out of bed to get her to the school library. He’s got a team of staff working to help nine more students become part of the Class of 2019 before an Aug. 30 state deadline. – Story b August 13, 2019

To read the full story, click here.

2019-08-14T08:18:49-08:00August 14th, 2019|

Fall Sports Practices Start Aug 19 – Get Registered on-line TODAY!

Hello McKay family,

Its time to sign up for Fall sports. First day of fall practice starts 8/19 please follow the link and get registered for your sport today. For any questions please call Mrs. Mentado at 503-399-1980 or email her at have a great day. GO Scots!

Click here for information and to complete the on-line registration.

2019-08-13T17:16:59-08:00August 13th, 2019|

SAT Offered at McKay on October 16-Register by September17

We are happy to announce that the SAT will be offered for Seniors at McKay on the day of the PSAT in October (10/16).  The fee is $8.00.

Students are able to pay the bookkeeper during Taking Care of Business days this week or any time prior to the Sept 17th deadline.

We are excited to offer this opportunity for the 2nd year in a row.

2019-08-12T13:23:15-08:00August 12th, 2019|

2019-2020 Secondary Parent Yearly Title I Information


Important Information for Parents

In December 2015, the United States Congress passed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), a legislation package that updated a number of important notification opportunities and requirements for parents or guardians of students enrolled in a school that receives federal funds under Title I, Part A of the act.

If you are a parent or guardian of a student enrolled in a school receiving Title I funds, you have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of your student’s teacher(s) and/or paraprofessional(s). If you wish to do so, please submit a written request for this information to your school’s principal. Submitted requests will receive a written response within ten (10) school days from the date of receipt.

Information provided under this process is intended to strengthen the open and transparent communication established between our schools and the students, parents, and communities they serve.

Title I School Information

Every Title IA school in the Salem-Keizer School District is required to provide the following opportunities for families to authentically engage and be involved in their student’s school:


Every Title IA school hosts an Annual Meeting for families to learn about the school’s Title IA programs and requirements. Families will have opportunities to review and provide feedback in the following areas:

  • Title IA School Status and Requirements
  • Rights of Title IA Parents
  • School Data


Every school reviews the School-Parent Compact with parents annually. Each year the compact is distributed typically during the Fall Parent-Teacher Conference. Compacts are available on the school’s website and in the school office all year for parents.


Throughout the school year, Title IA schools provide multiple and varied opportunities and trainings for parents to continue to build their capacity to support their child in their school journey. Many schools have monthly parent meetings to discuss and solicit input on important decisions at the school.

The Salem-Keizer School District also provides a Title IA Parent Advisory Committee that meets periodically to provide families an opportunity to provide input, ask questions and receive updates on district and school policies. This includes the District Parent Involvement Plan.


Annually, each school reviews and updates the Parent Involvement Plan to reflect the needs of families and students attending school. Each year Parent Involvement Plans are distributed to families typically during the Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences. Plans are available in the school office and on the school’s web page all year

2019-08-01T09:09:58-08:00August 1st, 2019|