A New Scoreboard

Crook County High School scored a touchdown when it came to purchasing a new scoreboard thanks to several organizations. The old one was over 20 years old and it was growing increasingly more difficult to find replacement bulbs. The new board is bigger, has LED display, and can be used for both football and track timing, which doubles the functionality.
Purchasing the scoreboard and the stadium sound system was a community effort involving Prineville Data Center, Les Schwab Tire Centers, SepticPros, Prineville Disposal, Crook County School District, Garthwaite Electric, and Sun Mountain Fun Center.
It was quite an accomplishment to fund and purchase something for the athletes of this district that will stand for the next 20+ years.

Congratulations to the Crook County Cowgirls Volleyball team that finished 4th at State!

Students were encouraged to sit with other students

Kids eating lunch

Yesterday was “Mix It Up” at lunch. Students were encouraged to sit with other students who they normally don’t talk with. This was a great opportunity for students to get to know some new friends and build a positive school culture!

Boys & Girls Cross Country

Cross Country
Congratulations to the Boys & Girls Cross Country Team! The Boys Team took 1st Place & the Girls took 2nd. place at the Tri – Valley Championships.  Both teams have qualified for state.  GO COWBOYS & COWGIRLS!!

Congratulations to Our Volleyball Team!

They beat Sweet Home on Saturday and will head to State this weekend.

Meet Colette Smith

“I am the office supervisor/bookkeeper for Crook County High School.
I attended Oregon State University and have my degree in Business Education. The last couple of years I have been taking classes through COCC to refresh my skills and learn new things. My husband and I moved to Prineville about five years ago, and we recently celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. We enjoy taking time off to go camping with our family/friends and look forward to Summer when our grandkids come to visit for a few weeks. I am a doting ‘Dog Mom’ to Hank and (soon to be adopted) Autumn. I am excited to be a part of the high school team and work with the students and staff.”

Meet Karissa Kingsbury!

“I am the main office secretary for Crook County High School. I help with incoming phone calls along with resolving issues and answering questions from students. I also help with attendance.

My husband, our dog Khloe, and I are new to the Prineville area, but not new to Central Oregon. We recently moved here from Bend after getting married in June! I have been in Central Oregon for about 10 years after moving from Washington during my freshman year of High School. I then graduated from Mountain View High school in Bend. Currently, I am an online college student at Portland Community College where I will soon be transferring to OSU to finish my schooling with a degree in school based counseling. I have always loved working with youth. I am currently a mentor for Junior and Senior High school girls at my church in Bend. I am so excited to be a part of Crook County High School!

Homecoming – Big win for the Cowboys!

Bullying STOPS here!


Have an issue or concern at school that you don’t want to report?  Feel free to use the CCHS Anonymous Text Line 541-362-1006


Cowboys – 39 and the Bulldogs – 0, Sept. 29, 2017