PHOTOS: New additions in progress at McKay, South Salem high schools – Salem Reporter

Two Salem high schools are in the middle of significant renovations scheduled to finish in time for a new school year in the fall. They’re among 25 schools in the Salem-Keizer district that will be renovated this year.

Bridget West, principal of Hoover Elementary School, looks out to a school field on Feb. 5 from a new classroom built as part of a construction project to expand the school. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Twenty-five local schools will be renovated in 2021 as the Salem-Keizer School District enters the busiest year of its years-long construction blitz – one of the largest such efforts in Oregon history.

Expansions at McKay High School, the largest and most crowded school in the district, are underway and scheduled to be completed in time for the start of the next school year.

South Salem High School is also in progress, with significant seismic work, a new addition for classrooms and an auditorium being built.

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The CTE building during ongoing construction at McKay High School on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

Principal Rob Schoepper visits the construction site at McKay High School on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

The new library during ongoing construction at McKay High School on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

The auxiliary gym during ongoing construction at McKay High School on Wednesday, Feb. 10. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

A wing that will contain science classrooms
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