The Crane Union High School Board of Directors will have their regular meeting on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 beginning at 4:00 pm in the high school staff lounge. At 5:00 pm the Board will be joined by the Budget Committee to continue their work on the recommended budget for the 2015-16 school year. At 6:30 the High School Board of Directors will resume their regular meeting. Agendas are posted at the school.
Crane Invitational Track Meet will be held in Crane on Friday April 17th. The school is looking for people who would be willing to help with the track meet. If you could help on Friday please contact Chuck Steeves or Darwin Dunten.
Don't forget to check out the end of the year calendar, so you will know what is going on! Just click on the link below to see the calendar.
Parents, if your student is in track and you have not paid for him/her to play, please bring your payment to the office ASAP! Click on this link for more information. Information on Pay-To-Play Sports Program effective for this Track & Field season
Crane Union High School is now accepting applications to attend for the 2015-2016 school year through its Open Enrollment policy. Open Enrollment welcomes applications from students living outside of our attendance boundaries. Crane Union High School is a 2013 Oregon Model High School boasting small class sizes with a focus on core academic achievement. Transportation is also available through Open Enrollment. Please contact the school district office at 541-493-2641 for additional enrollment information.
CUHS Students and Parents,
Effective Monday, March 30 when we return from spring break, dinner in the high school cafeteria will no longer be available free of charge for non-dorm students. Non-dorm students may purchase dinner if they choose for $4.00. This is a cost cutting decision. The school district does not get reimbursed for the dinners of non-dorm students. The cost for these meals comes right out of our operating budget. We are reimbursed by the state for 90% of meal costs for our dorm students. Transportation costs for non-dorm students come in the form of mileage reimbursement. Dinner meals purchased by non-dorm students will be charged to school accounts on a monthly basis. This same policy has been in effect for the past month for adults (coaches and school staff). If you have concerns or questions please contact me.
- 2015 End of School Year Calendar
- Information on Pay-To-Play Sports Program effective for this Track & Field season.
- The school will be doing the Smarter Balance Testing (State Testing) starting the week of April 20th for two week. Please make sure you students are well rested and here at school.
- The Elementary Book Fair has been moved to May, during play day.
- Proposed 2015-2016 Budget for Crane Union High School District
There is a group of community members that are working to get the football field re-fenced. The existing wire fence is falling down and in need of removal. We are asking for people to help with the project. Anderson Valley Supply has generously offered to sell rolls of wire at there cost plus shipping. We will need 11 rolls for the fence at a cost of $140.00 each. We are in need of donations towards buying these rolls, or you can simply donate one roll of wire. If you could help by donating one or more rolls of wire, please bring your donation to the school office. We will keep track of those who have donated and will buy the supplies. If you wish to just make a cash donation toward a roll, that works also.
We appreciate your help in this project!
Graduation is Friday May 29th at 2:00 pm.
Parents we are still having problems with students being tardy to classes, please get them to school on time. Remember only medical appointments and being home sick are excusable absences.
Quote of the Week: "“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” – Michael Jordan
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