Dear Parents

Dear Parents & Guardians

We want to thank the Prineville Police Department for providing an additional security presence at CCHS today in response to the vandalism posted in the school bathroom last week. We take all threats very seriously and police and school officials are still investigating the incident. Unfortunately, individuals not associated with the school have posted a […]

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Parents & Guardians

Dear Parents & Guardians

Vandalism discovered today in one of the student bathrooms threatened potential violence against the school on April 9th. While we do not consider this a credible threat, law enforcement has been notified and is currently investigating. School safety is one of our top priorities and we intend to prosecute the individual responsible for this statement […]

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Pioneer Alternative High School students participate in an extracurricular activity on Friday afternoons

The District encourages activities that help students feel connected to their school. At Pioneer Alternative High School, students have the opportunity to participate in an extracurricular activity on Friday afternoons. They can choose to bake, study, or like these students, have a jam session.

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Smart Readers

SMART’s proven model engages community volunteers across Oregon

SMART has been a part of the fabric of Crooked River Elementary since 1996. The program started with 60 students and 60 volunteers. Over the years, the number of students and volunteers has varied but there are always adults and kids who engage together and bond over a good story. Generally, each student reads for […]

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Classified Employee Appreciation Week!

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Read across america

Read Across America

Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss. Barnes Butte Elementary celebrated last week, and Crooked River Elementary will be celebrating this week.

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Fan Advocates

The Family Access Network (FAN) advocates put on an educational display at the Crook County Library.

The Family Access Network (FAN) advocates would like to thank Crook County Library (Oregon) for inviting them to place a display in their lobby. This educational display will help the community be more aware of FAN and the services they provide. Relationships with community partners are key to the success of advocacy programs like FAN. […]

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The CCHS Jazz Band students were district champions at the recent Tri-Valley Jazz Festival.

They also received an award for Outstanding Trombone Section for the fourth year in a row, and Miles Chaney was recognized as Outstanding Soloist. Jazz Band is playing in the CCHS Commons on March 2nd and 3rd before the doors open at The Prineville Follies. Come hear the band and stay for the Follies, which […]

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CCMS Drama

CCMS drama program rehearsing for their spring performance, Beauty is a Beast

The CCMS drama program performs two plays each year and has about 30 – 50 members each session.  They are currently working on their spring play, called Beauty is a BEAST by DM Larson.  It is a tale of a beautiful girl who is ugly on the inside, and her fairy godparent turns her inside out (so […]

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Kayley Woosley

Meet Kayley Woosley

Kayley, a Prineville native, was recently hired as the Crook County School District receptionist.  In addition to answering phones and greeting customers, Kayley processes volunteer and free and reduced applications and assists the Human Resource department as needed. Kayley loves spending time with her husband and their dog, Sis. She enjoys the outdoors and loves living in […]

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