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CCHS Students Study Heart Rhythm

These students at Crook County High School are learning about the heart.  After learning about the cardiac conduction system, they were able to connect themselves to a 3 lead EKG and actually see and measure their own rhythms. They were then able to use software to analyze those rhythms and compare them to normal values. They’ve also been learning about abnormal rhythms that paramedics and doctors look for in patients who are in distress.

The equipment came from a Prineville Data Center Facebook grant. Crook County High School is very thankful to Facebook for the opportunity to give students these real-world experiences

Celebrating students’ decision to attend college, trade school, join the military, or enter the work force!

College Day

High Desert Driver Education Summer Registration is Open, Register Today!

Teen girl with key

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Honoring the Seniors at the CCHS wrestling banquet.

Wrestling banquet

Check out all the great summer programs available in Prineville this summer

What happening this Summer 2018

CCHS mathletes competing at COCC

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 number of false reports on various social media outlets. Any and all updates regarding this incident will be posted on the CCHS & CCSD websites and emailed to all parents and guardians. Please don’t hesitate to contact CCHS with any questions you may have.

Sincerely,
Crook County High School Administration

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 to the fullest extent of the law. Out of an abundance of caution, we will have an increased law enforcement presence at all schools on April 9th.

It is unfortunate that the poor decisions of a single student can distract from the positive learning environment at Crook County High School and we are grateful for our student body for promptly reporting this information to administration.

Sincerely,
Crook County High School Administration

Congratulations to the Crook County Sparkles Dance Team that finished 3rd. at State!

dance team

Thank you AVID and the Portland Trailblazers!!!

CCHS AVID students got to hear from Trailblazer executives, attend a college fair, and watch a Blazer game. Thank you AVID and the Portland Trailblazers for making a memorable day! #ThisIsAVID @AVID4College @AVIDOregon