Online Registration – Now Open

 

Register your returning students with the
Crook County School District using ParentVUE online

 

Log in to your ParentVUE account
to complete registration

 

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If you do not have a ParentVUE account for online registration or need any help please contact your school’s office.

Registro en linea y ParentVUE (Estudiantes / padres que regresan al distrito escolar del condado de Crook)

  School registration must be completed
for all new and returning students

Alternative registration options will be available for families without access to a computer or the internet, Please contact your child’s school to make arrangements for paper forms.

8th Grade Recognition 2020

YouTube URL: https://youtu.be/wqpdTR6I3pc

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CCMS Students Teach Robotics to Paulina Students

Students of Paulina School visited the Crook County Middle School eighth grade robotics class recently. CCMS students showed their visitors how to use and code Robotic Sphero Balls and Lego Robots that Facebook donated to CCMS.

Students of Paulina School visited the Crook County Middle School eighth grade robotics class recently. CCMS students showed their visitors how to use and code Robotic Sphero Balls and Lego Robots that Facebook donated to CCMS.

CCMS Hosts Regional Battle of the Books Tournament

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CCMS Math Students Win Regional Competition

CCMS math students win regional competition

Four Crook County Middle School math students are headed to a state Math Counts Competition after winning the regional contest last weekend. CCMS math teacher Matt Fischer took 10 students to the regional contest, which was held at the OSU Cascades campus. Forty-six students from seven regional schools competed in the Sprint, Target and Team rounds. The CCMS team of Ashton, Jacob, River and Aspen took first place and will compete in Wilsonville on Saturday, March 7. Congratulations to these outstanding math students, and good luck at state!

Health Department Hosts CCMS Health Fair

CCMS Health Fair

Crook County Middle School students checked out Crook County Sheriff Search and Rescue equipment, heard how much sugar is in a can of pop, and learned that eating more fiber is good for colon health. Nearly 30 community organizations shared their expertise with CCMS students during the biennial CCMS Health Fair on Friday, Feb 28. The Crook County Health Department organizes the event as a way to educate youth on healthy behaviors and activities. Vendors also expose students to community resources and career ideas. Thank you, Crook County Health Department and community organizations, for putting on this valuable event.

Facebook Recognized at Board Meeting

Facebook recognized at board meeting

Crook County Middle School teacher Jim Crouch recognized Facebook Prineville Data Center representatives during the Crook County School District Board meeting Monday evening, thanking them for sending two teachers and two CCMS engineering students to the Facebook Campus in Menlo Park, Calif., in December to observe a VEX IQ Robotics Competition. Thank you, Facebook, for your continued support and generosity!

Local Attorney gives CCMS Students a Lesson on the Constitution

Attorney Laura Craska Cooper presented to each Crook County Middle School eighth grade Social Science class this week. Every year, she volunteers her time as part of Constitution in the Classroom, a program that strives to raise awareness of fundamental constitutional principles.

Attorney Laura Craska Cooper presented to each Crook County Middle School eighth grade Social Science class this week. Every year, she volunteers her time as part of Constitution in the Classroom, a program that strives to raise awareness of fundamental constitutional principles.

Crook County School District Attendance Awareness Month

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