From the Blog
June 3rd is the 6th annual athletic booster fundraiser! It will take place in the Log House Garden at Willow Lake (5655 Windsor Island Rd. N); social hour begins at 5:00. There will be an auction and dinner! Purchase your tickets at mcnaryabc.com, and if you would like to donate an item to the auction, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Iris Festival is coming up soon and that means it’s PET PARADE TIME – Check out this video created by the students at Whiteaker Middle School.
From May 23rd through May 26th, graduating seniors from McNary who were enrolled at any of the local elementary schools in Keizer are invited to participate in a “Parade of Honor.” If you are eligible to participate you will have, or will be, receiving an invitation. The invitations will be delivered to your classrooms during
Keizer Eclipse Festival is August 19,20, 21 and Mrs. Reid is looking for some McNary students to help with the local festival. You can choose to volunteer part of a day, a full day, or multiple days. For more information and to sign up please call: 503- 507-3257
Keizer Eclipse Festival is August 19,20, 21 and Mrs. Reid is looking for some McNary students to help with the local festival. You can choose to volunteer part of a day, a full day, or multiple days. Stop by and see Mrs. Reid in room 142 for more information.
Claggett Creek Middle School is hosting a College and Community Resources Fair on Thursday, May 11th from 5 – 7:00 PM. There will be food, prizes, medical screenings and information about local community resources. Oregon State University, University of Oregon, Western Oregon University, Willamette University, Chemeketa and Linn Benton Community College will also attend this
Distinguished Young Women of Keizer is apart of a nationwide program which awards scholarships for young women’s achievement. Throughout their participation they will be encouraged to reach goals, continue education and be confident in their opinions. College scholarships are available to all participants and over $1.1 billion is available nationally. Come join and watch some of McNary’s
By Hunter Greenlaw for The Piper If you have extra shoes laying around, you can help other young people who are in need of shoes through a community shoe drive.One Thousand Soles is a teen-championed community shoe drive for children in-need. Salem-Keizer High Schools compete to see how many shoes can be collected each year
Mrs. Farris wrote and article that was published in the Keizer Times. Check it out here.
From the McNary Piper, April 2017 Edition, written by Lexie Rodriguez The McNary Kloset has proven that when our community comes together we can make a difference. Business owners from all over Keizer arrived with smiles on their faces, and donations in hand. “Finding food for students was introduced to us when we found kids searching for food in garbage cans. We knew we needed