Families Invited to Nov. 19 Digital Safety Workshop

Digital Families Community Events

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WHAT:                                                                                                                               
On Tuesday, Nov. 19, Facebook and Crook County School District will partner to offer a workshop for parents to explore digital safety and address concerns surrounding how to raise children in a connected world. The event will feature discussion-based, parent-to-child discussions on topics like password security and safe websites.
Facebook’s Digital Families Community Events give parents access to resources, answers to questions about online safety and digital citizenship, information to help facilitate discussions at home, and the tools to create an action plan for the future. Attendees will receive online resources and tools to continue the conversation at home and in our community.

Visit the Digital Families Communities Events page online at https://digitalfamilies.splashthat.com/ to RSVP.

WHEN:
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019
Time: 6 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.
Details: The event will kick off with a complimentary catered dinner 6 p.m. in the Crook County High School commons. A Fireside Chat with a Facebook safety expert will follow, and the evening will end with three breakout sessions and a closing activity.

WHERE:
Crook County High School
1100 SE Lynn Boulevard
Prineville, OR 97754

WHO:
CCSD staff, students, families and community members are welcome to join us for hands-on activities that will help us create safe online spaces for our families.
Colin Robinson, the National PTA’s Digital Families Parent Ambassador, will join the CCSD community.

CONTACT:
Holly Scholz, Crook County School District Communication and Event Specialist
Direct line: 541-416-4209
Cell: 541-903-2059
Email: Holly.Scholz@CrookCounty.k12.or.us

 

What is FAN?

Family Access Network advocates want to spread the word about their services. FAN advocates are in local schools, helping families connect to services and resources.
To learn how to help your students receive services or to donate, visit:
FAN – Family Access Network and FAN – More Information.

Seventh grader chosen for Honor Choir

Seventh grader chosen for Honor Choir

Congratulations to Avery, a Crook County Middle School seventh grader, for being accepted to the Oregon All-State Honor Choir. Avery will learn six or seven high-school level pieces of music and will join the best middle school singers in Oregon to perform with the Honor Choir in Eugene in January. Thanks for representing CCMS, Avery!

School Supply Donations Pour In

FAN

On Tuesday afternoon, barrels, tubs, boxes and bags of school supplies poured into the Family Access Network headquarters at Crooked River Elementary.

Just in time for the new school year, Fortis Construction and Rosendin, along with many of their trade partners, donated two pickups full of school supplies to FAN.

These donations aren’t just pencils and glue sticks. These are backpacks, 3-inch binders for AVID students, and scientific calculators in addition to the traditional paper, crayons and erasers. FAN Advocates will disperse the supplies to students as needed throughout the school year.

Fortis Construction and Rosendin organized a school supply drive Aug. 7-23, encouraging construction site workers to donate quality school supplies or cash. The Rosendin company and data center workers pitched in nearly $2,000 in cash, which was used to purchase additional high-need supplies.

FAN Advocates have been busy handing out school supplies and allowing families to shop in the closing closets this week as they prepare for school to start after Labor Day.

Meet Marques Hase

Marques-Hase

Meet Marques Hase, the new Assistant Principal at Crook County Middle School, where he will focus on student and teacher support. Mr. Hase previously worked in the Redmond School District as a middle school Dean of Students and Athletic Director. While working in Redmond, he taught middle school social studies, leadership and the AVID Elective and enjoyed coaching football, baseball and wrestling. His wife works as a fourth-grade teacher at Crooked River Elementary. They have two children, a 3-year-old son and a 6-year-old daughter, who will be a first grader at Crooked River Elementary. Mr. Hase enjoys spending time with his family and doing outdoor activities. This year, he is looking forward to being a part of the Crook County School District and hitting the ground running to join the well-established middle school team. Welcome aboard, Mr. Hase! We are happy to have you at CCMS!