Salem, Ore. – After distributing more than 20,000 Chromebooks on April 2 and 3, Salem-Keizer
Public Schools (SKPS) will offer an additional opportunity for students in need of devices to rent
Chromebooks at no cost from the district for the duration of the emergency school closure.
Chromebooks must be returned at the conclusion of the emergency closure. Students who have
personal devices do not need to have a Chromebook to complete distance learning requirements
that begin on April 13.

Devices will be made available at each of the district’s six traditional high schools – McKay,
McNary, North Salem, South Salem, Sprague and West Salem – on Friday, April 10 from 8 a.m.
until 6 p.m. Devices are available to any SKPS student in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Students must either present their student ID or provide their ID number. Families can preregister for the device here:

The distribution of devices comes in advance of distance learning requirements that begin on
April 13.

This is also an opportunity for families to switch out any devices that may not be functioning
properly or devices that came with improper chargers.

What: Free Chromebook rental for students
When: 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., Friday April 10

McKay High, 2440 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem
McNary High, 595 Chemawa Road N, Keizer
North Salem High,765 14th St. NE, Salem
South Salem High, 1910 Church St. SE, Salem
Sprague High, 2373 Kuebler Blvd. S., Salem
West Salem High, 1776 Titan Drive NW, Salem