New ~ Back To School Communication from Mr. Hawley
Dear Families, Students, and Staff, Yesterday, at 3:00 pm, the state released its final “Ready Schools, Safe Learners” guidance. Under the new guidance, I am very pleased to announce that Crane Schools will be able to open its doors to all students and staff. We will be able to provide person to person instruction to all students who choose to attend school onsite. We will operate on our traditional four day schedule for all students.There will be safety health guidelines that will have to be followed but we are grateful to have the opportunity to open. It will be mandatory for all students and staff to wear a proper face covering and social distance as defined in the state guidance and in our schools operational blue prints. Please follow this link to view the full letter from Mr. Hawley regarding the beginning of school.
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Congratulations Mr. Hawley! Administrator of the Year
Mr. Hawley is the recipient of the Oregon Small Schools Association 2020 Administrator of the year! Congratulations!!!
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Virtual Board Meeting Links
To access ALL Budget Board and School Board meetings for the remainder of the year virtually, follow this link. Join by phone ‪+1 575-414-0339‬ PIN: ‪412 832 380‬#
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Student Government at Crane
Crane Union High School has an active student government engaged in community service, planning student and school events, and leading the school.

This committee awards scholarships annually to university and community college students to assist them in completing degree programs in fields of study relevant to future work in the drinking water profession. The committee works closely with the Education and Training Endowment Fund Board of Directors to implement the Section’s scholarship program.

The committee’s responsibilities include developing scholarship award criteria, disseminating applications to Northwest educational institutions, nominating student applicants for scholarship awards, and presenting awards to recipients at the PNWS Annual Conference.


The Section currently offers twelve named scholarships, listed below. Scholarship amounts vary by year based on Education and Training Endowment Fund performance and budget decisions by the Section Board.

  • Archie Rice Memorial
  • Cynthia Driscoll Memorial
  • Legacy Memorial
  • Pettie/Stiles Memorial
  • Alan Jones Memorial
  • Jim Doane Family
  • Bob Wubbena Family
  • Past Chairs
  • Southern Oregon Subsection
  • NW Washington Subsection
  • RH2 Engineering
  • Al Alsing Memorial

In addition, The Section receives generous support from Ameron International and Kelman Publishing for additional scholarships. In 2015, the Section provided a total of $24,500 in scholarship funds to nine students.

To Apply, visit the PNWS-AWWA website by following this link.