Communications

Jason Carr

Jason Carr – Director of Communications

The Crook County School District Communication Department ensures consistent and effective communication both externally and internally. They serve as a liaison between the school district and the community.

Help us celebrate the great work of our teachers, staff and students by sending us news. Email your success story to jason.carr@crookcounty.k12.or.us.

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"My hope for this year is that students realize that change has happened. I keep hearing the phrase 'When will we get back to normal?' I don't want them to continue comparing what happened in the past. My hope for them...is to make the best of it, learn what they can, be kind ...and supportive to others, and enjoy every moment before they leave Crook County High School." - Mrs. Kim Crofcheck, CCHS Business & Marketing teacher.

Our first edition of the Weekly Calendar introduced last Monday proved so popular that we'll now share two calendars that highlight regular events and sports.

It's Homecoming Week for CCHS! Lots of events and activities that will culminate with football Friday night at Ward ...Rhoden Stadium. Cowboys take on North Marion at 7pm.

Thanks to Mid Oregon Credit Union for always stepping up and helping Crook County children. Our FAN advocates recently picked up school supplies that will come in handy this school year. Thanks to the wonderful Prineville team for their support!

CCSD is moving to a new broadcast system called SchoolMessenger. This service allows us to send emails, text messages, and phone calls to staff and families about important information at both the District and building levels.

Why Opt-In?
Text will be a primary form of communication ...for both staff and families regarding emergencies, weather delays, and other important updates.

We launched an Opt-In Campaign about two weeks ago, so many of you may already be signed up. For families who missed the campaign, or may have not realized what it was, we’re providing you with easy instructions in the graphic below. The process takes just a few seconds.

“A lot of our kids’ goals are to go to college and get a degree,” Cochran said. “But a lot of our kids want to go into some amazing trade jobs that are much needed and have great wages. Ultimately, that’s what we want to provide is an avenue for kids that are college-bound and also ...career-bound.”

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Career tech education is back, and big, in Central Oregon high schools

A new construction classroom at Crook County High School in Prineville is giving students the opportunity to work in small groups and learn trades...

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