CCHS Mock Interviews

CCHS Students Experience Mock Job Interviews

More than 25 businesses and local organizations partner with CCHS to offer the event Interviewing is an important part of the apprenticeship and job application process, and the Crook County School District wants students to be able to communicate their qualifications and enthusiasm as effectively as possible. For the past 12 years, Crook County High […]

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CRE Students Design Marble Runs -1

CRE Students Design Marble Runs

Crooked River Elementary fifth grade students were tasked with creating a marble run during winter break. Their marble runs had to be made strictly from garbage lying around the house. The marble is to run for at least 15 seconds. From this project, students are learning how forces cause changes in an object’s position, motion […]

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Sara Johnson

School Board Praises Superintendent Johnson During Annual Evaluation

The Crook County School District Board conducted its annual evaluation of Superintendent Sara Johnson during December 2019. Board members rated the superintendent’s performance individually, using an evaluation instrument provided by the Oregon School Boards Association. Board members requested input in advance from the superintendent regarding her major accomplishments in the past year. The superintendent requested […]

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January is School Board Recognition Month

BBE Students Say “Thank You” to the School Board Members

January is School Board Recognition Month, and we honored our board members Monday evening with poetry, gifts, and this adorable video from Barnes Butte Elementary: Thank you for your service, Board Chair Scott Cooper, Board Vice-Chair Patti Norris, and Directors Doug Smith, Gwen Carr, and Walt Wagner. We appreciate you!

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First grade teacher Marilee Smith earns National Board Certification

First Grade Teacher Marilee Smith Earns National Board Certification

The Barnes Butte Elementary teacher was honored during Monday, Jan. 13 board meeting Barnes Butte Elementary first grade teacher Marilee Smith earned National Board Certification and was recognized during the Crook County School District Board meeting Monday evening, Jan. 13. Barnes Butte Elementary Principal Jim Bates said the certification process is really deep work, and […]

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Elks Host Spaghetti Feed to Benefit CCHS Concert Choir

The Prineville Elks Lodge #1814 is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, Jan. 25 to benefit the Crook County High School Concert Choir students going on tour to San Francisco. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, 151 N. Main St. in Prineville. The jazz choir, Vocal Adrenaline, will provide entertainment for […]

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Board gives final approval for new theme school

Board Gives Final Approval for New Theme School

The committee outlines the vision and goals for the new elementary school The Crook County School Board gave unanimous final approval Monday evening to move forward with opening a kindergarten through fourth-grade theme school in Pioneer South next fall. The Crook County Theme School Committee, comprised of more than 25 Crook County educators, collaborated and […]

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Public Health Warning on Vaping: What Parents Need to Know to Protect Our Kids

The Crook County School District, Crook County Health Department, and Crook County Empowered (CCE) Community Coalition care about the health of our kids and our community. We would like to share important information with our families about the risks of e-cigarettes/vaping. Please click on the link to learn about health risks related to vaping, what […]

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Roseburg Wrestling Dual has been Rescheduled.

Due to the weather, the Roseburg Wrestling Dual has been rescheduled from Saturday, Jan. 11 to 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at CCHS.

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CCHS grad Byron Meadows donates his estate for scholarship fund

CCHS Grad Byron Meadows Donates his Estate for Scholarship Fund

The $827,000 has been invested; district hopes to award scholarships this spring The Crook County School District will start a college scholarship fund after receiving a $826,979.11 financial donation from an alumnus. Before he passed away in 2012, Byron Wayne Meadows, a 1955 graduate of Crook County High School, created a trust that named CCSD […]

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