The 2019 Salem-Keizer School Board at a July 2019 meeting. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Tuesday night will likely be a short meeting for the Salem-Keizer School Board, with just a handful of items on the agenda.

Board members will meet in executive session at 5 p.m. to discuss real estate transactions and labor negotiations. That session is closed to the public.

At 6 p.m., the board will reconvene to consider proclamations on Hispanic Heritage Month and natural disaster preparedness.

They'll also vote on a memorandum of understanding which would allow Superintendent Christy Perry to sit on a committee working to develop a regional homeless services continuum of care. Currently, Salem is part of a much larger group, but local advocates believe the region would get more state funding by splitting off. The memorandum would let Perry be part of the group developing a plan over the next six to nine months, at a cost of $5,000.

Board members will evaluate Superintendent Christy Perry on her relationships with staff and volunteers, part of a monthly series of evaluations done over the course of the year.

They'll accept grants, including money for a preschool program and outdoor school, and approve new hires, resignations and other personnel changes.

They'll also review the board and budget committee meeting schedules.

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Meeting details: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10 at the district's Support Services Center, 2575 Commercial St. S.E.

Board members: Kathy Goss, Sheronne Blasi, Marty Heyen, Jesse Lippold, Paul Kyllo, Satya Chandragiri and Danielle Bethell.

Reporter Rachel Alexander: rachel@salemreporter.com or 503-575-1241.