CCMS Track starts, March 19th (today) right after school. All forms, copy of current physical and $50 pay to play fee need to be turned in to the CCMS office before your athlete can participate. Please contact Kim Goehring at 541-447-6283 with any questions.

CCMS drama program rehearsing for their spring performance, Beauty is a Beast

The CCMS drama program performs two plays each year and has about 30 – 50 members each session.  They are currently working on their spring play, called Beauty is a BEAST by DM Larson.  It is a tale of a beautiful girl who is ugly on the inside, and her fairy godparent turns her inside out (so to speak).  The students build and decorate the sets, gather props, and of course act.  With new curtains and a freshly painted stage, the students are incredibly excited about the future of the drama club at CCMS.

CCMS 7th Graders from 2nd. quarter Outdoor Exploration elective discover wonders at Fryrear Canyon!

CCMS 7th Graders from 2nd. quarter Outdoor Exploration elective discovered the wonders of Fryrear Canyon Monday, January 29th.  The students practiced  navigation using a map and compass, triangulated their positions, and were successful in starting a fire using flint and steel!  Sun tans may have been achieved on this beautiful day in January.

Girls basketball practice is cancelled today!

Wrestlers will be dismissed at 1:30 p.m. today, Not at 1:45 p.m.

All-State Honor Choir – Hannah Jones!

All State Honor Choir

Congratulations to 8th grader Hannah Jones for being selected for All-State Honor Choir! She auditioned and was chosen for a special solo at the All-State concert at the Eugene Hult Center for the Performing Arts on January 12th, 2018.

Student Spot Light – Mason Calhoun

“Mason Calhoun, an 8th-grader at Crook County Middle School, is the type of young man anyone would be lucky to know. It doesn’t matter the situation or the circumstance, Mason gives everything he does all his effort and extends kindness and compassion to everyone he encounters. In addition to being incredibly respectful and hardworking, Mason shines as a team leader. He sets the example for others in how he speaks, how he relates and how he treats others. No task is too great for Mason to tackle. He welcomes challenges, embraces struggles and works diligently to persevere. Mason has an eagerness to learn, a desire to excel and a heart of gold. He is quite simply a rare and wonderful young man who is an absolute joy to have in class. Mason has big goals and huge dreams for his future which will undoubtedly not only be reached but exceeded! Mason will be a great addition to Crook County High School next year.” –- Mrs. Carter

CCMS Honor Society Update – Due to rain and fog, the oranges and almonds will be delivered and distributed to the kids on February 8th.

Winter Sports Parent Meeting is tonight, January 10th at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria

We still have spots left on the Wrestling and Girl’ s Basketball teams! Sign up today in the office! Spring Drama Club informational meeting is January 9th from 3pm-3:30pm