School Counseling Services

School counselors are vital members of the education team found in each Crook County School building. By implementing a comprehensive school counseling program, school counselors assist all students in academic achievement, personal/social development, and career development.  School counselors provide short-term individual counseling, group counseling, and guidance curriculum lessons. School counselors serve as 504 case managers. They also serve as a student advocate on various teams and committees.  School counselors help connect students and their families to various community resources.  Each school counselor holds a counseling license through TSPC. The minimum education requirement for this license is a master’s degree in school counseling.

Please reach out to your student’s school counselor by calling your student’s school.  School phone numbers are on the school webpage, staff page, or school directory.

CCHS Counseling Department

1100 SE Lynn Boulevard

Prineville, OR 97754

P: (541) 416-6900

F: (541) 416-6913

Parent and Student Crisis Documents

Homeless Services

Crook County School District is committed to ensuring that homeless children and youth have the ability to access education in our schools. Crook County School District has a variety of school and community resources and services to support children, youth, and families who are experiencing homelessness.
Please contact your student’s school counselor if you are currently experiencing homelessness.

Crook County Homeless Liaison is Malea Horn. Malea can be reached by phone (541) 416-4150 Ext 3611 or through email at

Family Access Network (FAN)

The Family Access Network provides vital resources and assistance to all Crook County High School students. If your family needs assistance, please contact CCHS FAN advocate, Traci Peterson, at 541-416-4212 or e-mail her at

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Crook County High School

1100 SE Lynn Boulevard

Prineville, Oregon | 97754

P (541) 416-6900

F (541) 416-6913