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Parent Teacher Conference Schedule Link

The schedule is open to sign up for Spring Conferences. Each conferences will be 15 minutes and you will need to sign up for each teacher you would like to meet with. Teachers will be available during the following times:

Wednesday March 22: 5:00-8:00 (last conference starts at 7:40)
Thursday March 23:  8:00am-11:30, 12:30-3:30, 5:00-8:00 (l
ast conference starts at 7:40)

If there isn’t a time available, please reach out to the teacher and they can help provide any information you may need about your child’s progress.

There will be No School on March 24 and Spring Break begins on March 27; school will resume on April 3. The third Trimester schedules will be passed out during Advisory on April 3. If your student would like to request a schedule change, forms will be available in the main office.

Schedule a Parent Teacher Conference

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High school athletic officials needed – Register today!

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) has an urgent need for sports officials throughout the state, including Salem-Keizer.

Those 18 and older who enjoy being part of the game, supporting their community, and setting their own schedule as an independent contractor are ideal candidates for these flexible positions.

Applicants can expect to receive an Officials Packet and complete required certification and training from their local association.

Visit the OSAA registration page to sign up and learn more about the timeline for registering and testing.

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Think before you post

When schools receive hoax threats, rumors of threats, and when there is a spread of false information, learning environments are disrupted and and there is understandably increased fear in our community.

Safety is our top priority

The safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and families is our top priority. Maintaining safety in our schools requires an ongoing partnership with school staff, students, families, law enforcement and the surrounding community.

Safety is critical, and our district fully investigates each threat in collaboration with the FBI and/or our state and local law enforcement partners.

Issuing a threat is a crime

As a district, we have investigated a number of hoax threats of targeted violence against local schools. These threats—often issued via text message or posted on social media—are taken very seriously. Our law enforcement partners investigate every tip to ensure the safety of our students, staff and community. Hoax threats can result in both arrest by law enforcement and/or suspension or expulsion by the school district. Hoax threats are not a joke, and they can have devastating consequences—both for the public and for those who post them.

Issuing a threat—even over social media, via text message, verbally, through email, or other means—is a crime. Please share with your kids and those in your community that making a threat is a poor choice that could impact them for years to come.

Threats impact our entire community

In addition to the individual consequences a person may face, these threats have a serious impact on our community. They divert district resources from providing support for students and disrupt the learning environment for hundreds of students. Law enforcement resources are diverted from investigating other crimes, and they cost taxpayers a lot of money. The threats can also cause severe emotional distress to students, school staff and families.

Things to remember

Don’t share or forward a threat until law enforcement has a chance to investigate—this can spread misinformation and cause panic.

  • Don’t ever post or send any hoax threats online
  • If you are the target of an online threat, call your local law enforcement immediately
  • Salem Police Department Non-Emergency 503-588-6123
  • Keizer Police Department Non-Emergency 503-390-2000
  • Marion County Sheriff’s Office 503-588-5032

If you see a threat of violence posted online, contact local law enforcement or call 1-800-CALL-FBI. You can also submit information online to the FBI on the FBI’s website.

Use SafeOregon by calling or sending a text to 844-472-3367 anytime. Tips also can be emailed or made through the SafeOregon app.

Remember – a hoax threat is no joke. Think before you post.

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Class Change Request Information

To request a schedule change, you will need to click the link below. Please note that we do not change schedules for:

  • Lunches
  • Specific Teachers
  • To be with friends
  • Elective periods

If you have any other question please reach out to our registrar, Stacey Ogle ( We will contact your student during the school day if we are able to make any changes.

Course Request Form

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This year will continue the practice of not assigning lockers, however, we know that there are some circumstances that may require a locker to be used by students. We will be reviewing the needs of students on a case-by-case basis. If you are interested in using a locker in the 22-23 school year please use the link to apply for a locker.


Crossler Locker Application

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Welcome Back Information

Crossler Middle SchoolDear Crossler Families,  

It is with great excitement to welcome you to the 2022-2023 school year! My hope is that you are still enjoying your summer and the time together with family and friends. While we still have a few weeks left before school starts we wanted to get some information to you so that you can start to plan for the Fall. 

ThisBetter Together year Crossler staff and students will be expanding our vision from “We Belong” to being “Better Together.” We know that when we work together we can accomplish some great things for our community. We would encourage you to collaborate, communicate, and be involved in our school as much as you are able this year. We are always happy to have volunteers be part of our school!

The first day of school for 6th grade students is September 6. This will give an opportunity for all 6th grade students to be able to learn our hallways and class schedules before the 7th and 8th grade return on September 7. The doors will open at 8:55 for breakfast. Students will go directly to the Commons to collect their schedules and then will proceed to the gym until the start of their Advisory at 9:20. Throughout the day students will have opportunities to make some new friends and learn about each other. 

7th and 8th graders will pick up their schedules on September 7th in the gym and then report directly to their advisory classes. The first day for 7th and 8th grade students is a late start Wednesday. 

Salem-Keizer schools will be continuing the late start Wednesdays all year. On these days, doors will open for breakfast at 9:55 and 1st period will start at 10:20.

We hope that you continue to enjoy your summer and we are looking forward to seeing everyone back in a few short weeks!

Andrew Schiefer

Principal, Crossler Middle School


Crossler Middle School

Welcome Back 2022-2023

“Better Together”

School Hours
Office Hours
Summer Hours (7:30-3:30)Normal Hours (effective 9/1/2021) 8:00-4:45

Attendance Line:(503)399- 3514

School Picture Day is 9/20/22
Forms will be made available to students through advisory classes

School Supply Lists

A link can be found on our school website of a general list of school supplies needed. Additional items may be requested from individual teachers during the first week of school or throughout the year. Click here for access to the website.

Class Schedules will be made available on the student’s first day of school or through the ParentVue App/StudentVue. Please be sure to create your ParentVue account if you have not done so. This is a great tool our school uses to view and make updates to student contact information, communication from teachers, access schedules, and student grades.

Parents must complete a “rider registration” form if your student is eligible to ride a bus. Parents may look up bus schedules on our school district’s Transportation website: or may call the Transportation Department (503) 399-3100

Back to School Night

Back to School

Come join us on September 13 from 5:30-7:00 for our Back-to-school night. This will be an opportunity to walk around the school and see our building. We encourage you to come meet your child’s teachers and walk their class schedule!

6th Grade Jump Start Camp

All incoming 6th grade students are encouraged to attend our Jump Start Camp on August 23 from 9am-12pm. This will be a fun time getting to know the school and meet new friends! 

Fall Sports

Cross Country (6th, 7th, 8th) Football (7th, 8th), Volleyball (7th, 8th):

Sign ups are available on our website. All 7th and 8th graders must have a current sports physical on file at the school to participate


Chromebooks will be made available in classrooms, but will not be checked out to all students. Students will have the ability to check them out from the Library as needed. 

Lockers will continue to not be used this year, however, a locker can be requested for medical or health-related needs. A link will be posted on our website in the coming weeks. 

Attendance Information

To report a student absent from school due to illness, doctor appointment, or for personal family reasons, a parent will need to call the attendance line at 503-399-3514. Students may also bring a note from a parent upon their return to school. Please remember that you must excuse an absence within three days of your student’s return to school. Severe health problems that cause excessive absences must be excused with a doctor’s note. 

Students who are not feeling well during their school day need to report to the Main office and a call to a parent or emergency contact person if they need to go home will be made.  

If a student arrives late to school: 

Students must check in at the attendance window and have a note excusing their tardiness

Checking a student out for a doctor’s appointment: 

If it is an unplanned appointment the student does not know about, please call the attendance office at least 30 minutes before the student’s departure time. If it is a pre-planned appointment, please send a signed note with your student letting the office know the details and have your student bring the note to the attendance window before school. Attendance office staff will call the student down when it is time for them to check out.

Visitors and Volunteers

For security purposes, all doors entering into the school are kept locked throughout the day. All visitors must ring the doorbell for entry and be checked in at the main office upon entering the building.

Crossler greatly appreciates our parent volunteers! For the safety of our students a “Criminal History Check” is required for every volunteer. These forms can be completed at the district web address: 

Welcome Back Information

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