Aprendiendo de Casa

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Nuestro programa Aprendiendo de Casa está diseñado para ayudar a los estudiantes y las familias a continuar su educación durante el cierre por COVID-19. Casi todos los programas tienen un ritmo propio y funcionan con cualquier dispositivo conectado a Internet. Los paquetes de papel también están disponibles para los padres comunicándose con su escuela específica. […]

COVID-19 Resources

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What Our Schools are Doing About COVID-19     News from Crook County School District: Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 The following FAQs come from Oregon Health Authority. What do I do if my child is sick? Should my child be tested? How will I be told if someone at my child’s school is exposed […]

Fireside Chat

Fireside Chat

Crook County School District aims to keep staff, parents, and community members updated weekly on the latest news and information. You can visit our YouTube page for a variety of videos, including recordings of our Fireside Chats. CCSD YouTube Channel: Click here Fireside Chat – Weekly Link every Friday at 3:30 p.m.: Click here August […]

Crook County Schools

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Crook County School District has seven schools with a student enrollment of approximately 2,923 students:  Crook County High School (731 students); an alternative high school: Pioneer High School, CCSD Schools On-Line Option and other alternative programs (110 students); Crook County Middle School (581 students); two in-town elementary schools – Crooked River Elementary (620 students); and Barnes Butte Elementary (653 students); two rural elementary schools: Paulina Elementary (20 students); and Brothers Elementary (14 students.)  In addition, the District sponsors a charter school: Powell Butte Community Charter School with 186 students. The District employs 165 full and part-time classroom teachers, 23 full and part-time licensed and administrative staff, and 176 full and part-time support and supervisory staff.

Crook County is located in the geographic center of Oregon in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with a population of approximately 26,845.  The county’s economy has traditionally been driven by agriculture, construction, forest products, livestock, manufacturing, recreation and tourism.  In 2010 Facebook constructed their first company-owned 334,000 sq. ft. data center, and has recently finished their second 360,000 sq. ft. data center, with plans for a third 60,000 sq. ft. building.  Apple has completed a 10,000 sq. ft. data center and has submitted a master plan to build a 500,000 sq. ft. space over time.  The community has also seen growth in the bio-fuels and transportation industries.  In 2012 the county celebrated its 130th anniversary.