No Basketball practice today (Dec. 5th) for 7th & 8th B Teams

Drama Schedule this Week

Today 3:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m.

Wednesday 3:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m.

Thursday 3:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.

Friday 5:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.

Winter Coat drive for the month of November at the middle school, for FAN K-12. New or gently used coats.

CCMS Students Visits a Manufacturing Facility

CCMS students visits a manufacturing facility

Crook County Middle School wood shop students recently went on a field trip to Advanced Cabinetry in Prineville. The students had the opportunity to see a large wood manufacturing facility in action as well as a local cabinet shop.  

No School – Nov. 19, 20 & 21 – (Conferences are Nov. 19 & 20)

Boys Basketball starts on Monday, October 29th. See Mrs. Goehring in the office to sign up!

CCMS Cross Country Meet Cancelled

Due to poor air quality and smoke CCMS was forced to cancel our cross country meet for today, October 17th. Though this is disappointing, our student safety is always the highest priority.

Woodcraft business comes to Crook County Middle School

wood-shop-class

 

On Wednesday, October 11th, a local businesswoman, Jodi Kerr of Meandering Maker, spoke to Crook County Middle School woodshop students about her woodcraft business and how she uses basic woodworking skills to make products for her craft parties. She showed students how to make these pumpkins for the fall season and donated a Kreg Jig to the woodshop so that students can make some of their own. Thank you, Jodi!

 

Student Spotlight – Cole Calhoun

Student Spotlight

“Cole Calhoun is an eighth-grade student at Crook County Middle School.  Cole’s steadfast desire to improve himself and help those around him are contagious as he demonstrates selfless service and leadership in the building. As a student who has already claimed his future, Cole often interfaces with his teachers at lunchtime and then helps other students who are struggling to learn. He can be seen frequently throughout the building as an office aide helping others and holding the front doors open and greeting students with a positive message as they arrive at school. He partnered with another student to initiate a weekly meeting for athletes to build character on and off the field. Fifteen athletes are currently attending, and the number grows weekly.  Cole Calhoun exemplifies Colt mentality, and he is paving the way for others to follow him to a bright future.” — Scott Buchanan, 8th Grade Teacher

There is No School this Friday, September 28, 2018