Access to computers and the use of technology to enhance learning are … [Continue Reading]
This month’s student in the Student Spotlight is Megan Forbes. She is a senior at Crook County High School who loves science and learning. One of her hobbies that she enjoys the most is 4-H photography. One of her favorite memories in the past four years of being in High School was when her friend, Carson, won Homecoming King. During the Homecoming dance, Megan and Carson were pulling off some cheesy dance moves on the dance floor. Throughout her high school experience, Megan would’ve liked to change how many dances she decided to go to. Megan’s goal after high school is to go to COCC and major in Forensic Science. After she graduates college, Megan plans on staying in Prineville and working in Central Oregon. Megan was chosen to be in the Student Spotlight because she is a diligent student and a great example of a hardworking person.
Winter Formal is scheduled for Saturday, February 18th in the CCHS commons. Ticket sales will begin tomorrow before school. The ticket table will be set up in front of the counseling center. The theme is Winter Masquerade, and the price … Continue reading →
The Blood Drive has been rescheduled for February 2nd (weather pending). If you signed up for the blood drive that was supposed to occur in December, you will automatically be put on the list for the February Drive. If you … Continue reading →
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