The Weekly Update
February 27th - March 3rd
Can you believe February is almost over, and March is approaching? The third and final trimester of the 2022-23 school year begins on Monday, March 20th. There's NO SCHOOL for all students on Friday, March 17th, for a grading day. This allows teachers to wrap up the 2nd Trimester and enter final grades into the system. Families should be able to review grades by Monday, March 20th, in ParentVue, and paper copies will also be sent home the following week.
Feb. 27th | Girls Tennis Parenting Meeting - tonight at CCHS, 6pm - 8pm
March 2nd | Read Across America Day
March 3rd | Softball Parent Meeting - CCHS Library, 6pm -7pm
March 2nd - 4th | Prineville Follies @ CCHS
March 4th | Boys Basketball Home Playoff Game, TBD
March 17th | No School - Grading Day (End of 2nd Trimester)
March 20th | 3rd Trimester Begins
March 27th - 31st | Spring Break
Read Across America Week
Read Across America is an annual event celebrated on or near March 2nd, which is the birthday of children's author Dr. Seuss. It is a nationwide event created by the National Education Association (NEA) in 1997 to promote literacy and encourage a love of reading among children.
Our elementary schools will celebrate with special days and events. Don't miss out on fun pictures and videos we'll post on social media throughout the week. Did you know reading to your child for 5-10 minutes every night can improve their performance in school and ensure they graduate high school? Let's make reading a priority at both home and school!
The Suesville website offers all kinds of resources for exploration, activities, games, and videos. Check it out!
Congratulations to Wrestling & Girls Basketball!
Duran Becomes First CC Girl to Win State; Cowboys Place 3rd
The Crook County Cowboys Wrestling team brings home a 3rd-Place trophy after a snowstorm delayed state competition at Memorial Coliseum in Portland. We've uploaded the final results to the wrestling page on the CCHS website. You can check out individual scores here.
After years of boys wrestling domination, MaKenna Duran becomes the first Crook County girls wrestler to win gold! Gavin Sandoval also gets a 1st-place finish at 152! CC had a total of 12 wrestlers (1 girl and 11 boys) place at state. Way to go!!!
Cowgirls Get Past Phoenix to Continue Playoff Run
The Cowgirls basketball team took care of business on Saturday by knocking off Phoenix High School of Southern Oregon in a play-in game 53-38. The Cowgirls qualify for the 1st Round of the playoffs and will travel for an away game this Friday. Their most likely opponent is La Grande.
Check out this wonderful feature story in the Central Oregonian highlighting the success of our Performing Arts students competing in the Oregon Thespians Regional Acting and Poetry Out Loud contests. Great job, Joana Villagomez, Drew Williams, and Chloe Young!
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Prineville, OR 97754