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December, 8th.

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Meet Patty Bates!

“I am the new Youth Transition Specialist at Crook County High School. The Youth Transition Program assists students, ages 16 to 21 years old, with disabilities in addressing barriers and challenges to employment. The goal of the program is to successfully transition students from high school, to a post-high school opportunity, either college or job or career path of their choice. My job is to develop jobs in the community and to support students on the job if needed. In my career path, I have worked with children and families with disabilities or economic disadvantage. I love the work I do!

I am a mom of 3 beautiful daughters and 3 step-sons and referred to as the Brady Bunch. I am a grandma to 7 grandkids and love spending time with them. Since June of 2015, I graduated college, remodeled my house, had a gastric bypass, (losing 128 pounds) and started a business! I love crafts, painting, and photography. I am very excited to be a part of the school district and work with the students who every day put a smile on my face!”

The parking lot lights at Crook County High School.

The parking lot lights at Crook County High School were replaced in mid-November from the old high-pressure sodium vapor type to new LED lights. LED lights use between 40% and 75% less energy, emit a daylight color that provides excellent visibility and creates a safer driving atmosphere at night, have less side lighting which creates less light pollution, and has a lifespan of 10-15 years. The overall cost of the project was $4,447, but through various energy incentives the District ended up with zero net cost to complete this project. The reduction in energy use will create ongoing savings for the district and the upgraded lighting will be beneficial to students, staff, and guests who use the parking lot after dark.

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!

Boys & Girls Cross Country

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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!!

CCHS Cell Phone Policy

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Free Supper Menu

    Free Supper at Crook County High School and Crook County Middle School
  All Students Participating in After-school Programs
Will Be Offered A Free Supper
The Meals Include a Protein, Grain, Fruit, Vegetable & Milk
What Time Will The Meal Be Provided?
Meals will be served between 3:00 PM & 3:30 PM.
Can The Meal Be Taken Off Site?
No. All meals must be consumed on site.
Where Can I Get More Information?
Contact CCSD Nutrition Services at 541-416-4143.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider
3 - Decmber Supper 2017

 

Performing Art Slider

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