Ramona McCallister - Keystone to YTP

Ramona McCallister has been the keystone to the development of the Youth Transition Program (YTP)

  Ramona McCallister has been the keystone to the development of the Youth Transition Program (YTP) in Crook County. In 2013, Crook County received its first YTP grant and hired Ramona as our first YTP specialist. Ramona worked diligently to develop our program. She formed relationships with Jefferson County School District’s YTP specialist, Vocation Rehab […]

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students at a skilled trades fair

Learn how our Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs are providing CCHS students with real-life, hands-on experiences

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A day of music

A Day of Music

The Barnes Butte Elementary Honor Choir was represented at the Central Oregon Kids’ Choir Festival on Saturday, March 16th at Bend High School. Twenty-eight BBE students participated in a day of music that they’ve been preparing for since January. The Choir was made up of over 200 students from seven Central Oregon elementary schools. Working […]

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Crooked River Elementary 2nd through 5th-grade students sang the National Anthem this morning at Crook County High School Jr. ROTC Inspection Ceremony. A great way to start the day!

Crooked River Students were invited to Sing the National Anthem at the Opening of the ROTC Inspection at CCHS

Crooked River Elementary 2nd through 5th-grade students sang the National Anthem this morning at Crook County High School Jr. ROTC Inspection Ceremony. A great way to start the day!

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Ramona and Ronald Forseth

Ronald Forseth receives the Matt Bailey Student of the Year Award

CCHS Junior Ronald Forseth received the Matt Bailey Student of the Year Award at the state Youth Transition Conference last week. Pictured with Ronald is Ramona McCallister, CCHS Youth Transition Specialist, who nominated Ronald for this award. Ronald works for Samson Sky, the creator of the Switchblade. This award is presented annually at the Oregon […]

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Appreciation for bus driver #35

Appreciation for Bus Driver #35

“I want to give a huge shout out and thank you to the young man who drives bus #35! He consistently drives 20 mph through the school zone and always anticipates having to possibly stop for students. He looks ahead down Knowledge Street from Lynn Street to see if students may be approaching the crosswalk. […]

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Make-Up of Instructional Time Lost Due to Inclement Weather -1

Make-Up of Instructional Time Lost Due to Inclement Weather – Recuperación del Tiempo de Instrucción Perdido Debido a Inclemencias del Clima

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4th-grade students learn about the Oregon Trail

4th-grade students learn about the Oregon Trail

  The wagon companies have headed out! Barnes Butte Elementary 4th-grade students have built wagons, packed them full of necessary items, and left for Oregon. While the Oregon Trail storyline unfolds, the 4th graders are starting to learn that the trail wasn’t as easy as many of them thought it would be. We will see […]

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K through 2 educators attend a Growth Mindset workshop

K Through 2 Educators Attend a Growth Mindset Workshop

Crook County educators from grades K through 2 collaborated this past month to deepen and expand their efforts to embed growth mindset principles and practices and social & emotional learning via Growing Early Mindsets and Oregon’s Early Learning and Kindergarten guidelines. A growth mindset is the belief that intelligence can be developed.

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SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, MARCH 1ST

Students will Return to School on Friday, March 1st., 2019

Students will return to school on Friday, March 1st. No school on Monday, March 4th as the inservice activities for that date will remain as planned.  The teachers and administrators are working together to develop a plan to make up the snow days, and we will communicate that information by Friday, March 8th.

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