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New Vaccine Requirement Information

New information about Chickenpox vaccine requirements for 9-12th grade students effective 2016-17 school year.  Please contact the school at 501-2930 with any questions. 

Graduation Week is Here!

posted Jun 4, 2017, 4:46 PM by Shaun Campbell

Congrats to our Seniors!
There are a lot of things going on this week that seniors will need to be aware of:

Wednesday, seniors will be going to the middle school and elementary for an opportunity to be recognized by younger students, as well as say goodbye or thank teachers and staff in those buildings that have helped them reach graduation.

Thursday night at 6:30 is Senior Awards Night.  Students will be recognized by a variety of departments, as well as receive scholarships from a number of organizations.

Friday- Senior breakfast begins at 8:15, put on by the senior parents, followed by the moving up assembly at appx 9:10.  Immediately afterwards, graduating seniors will move to the stadium for walkthrough practice.  This typically takes a few hours.

Graduation occurs at 7:00 p.m. at Rocket Stadium.  There are no tickets, or limits on the number of guests that may attend.  

Important End of the Year Dates

posted May 12, 2017, 9:34 AM by Shaun Campbell   [ updated May 12, 2017, 9:35 AM ]

May 20- Senior Presentations

May 23- EOC Biology Assessment

May 25/26- Every 15 Minutes Program

May 30- EOC Algebra Assessment

May 31- EOC Geometry Assessment

June 1- Senior Center Scholarship Lunch

June 4- Baccalaureate- CRHS Gymnasium 3:00

June 6- Evening of Excellence- 6:30

June 8- Senior Awards Night- 6:30

June 9- Graduation- 7:00 CRHS Stadium

June 20- Last day of School- Early Dismissal

Semester 2 Underway

posted Feb 23, 2017, 12:25 PM by Shaun Campbell

We have officially begun semester 2 and seniors are now on the countdown towards graduation.  There are a lot of things that we have going on at the high school and are proud of all our accomplishments.  This past weekend, our wrestling team participated in Mat Classic in Tacoma.  A number of students placed and the team finished the year with a 14th place team trophy.  Joe Godinho was also recognized as the class 1A Coach of the year.  This is the second time in his career he has earned this great honor.  

Spring sports begin next week, so if you know of a student who would like to participate in boy's soccer, track, tennis, baseball, or softball, please encourage them to get their paperwork in before the first practice.

Finally, we are working on a master schedule change for the 2017-18 school year to increase educational opportunities for all students.  There was a survey emailed out to all parents last Friday. If you have an opportunity to respond and give feedback, that would be much appreciated.

Welcome Back, Rockets!

posted Jan 3, 2017, 3:35 PM by Shaun Campbell

Happy New Year!  

It is great to have staff and students back in school well rested and ready for what 2017 will offer.  In a little over 5 months our Seniors will be walking across the stage and receiving their diploma.  How exciting!  In the meantime, you will notice that staff are making daily and weekly updates to their classroom webpages to keep you informed.  You can access those through the school district website by searching the high school page.  On the district website, you will also find school closure or late start information in the event that snow or ice delays school.  Bus snow routes information is also posted.  Go Rock!

Winter Concert

posted Dec 13, 2016, 2:18 PM by Patty Gelbrich   [ updated Dec 13, 2016, 2:21 PM ]

     Castle Rock High School was filled with music and holiday spirit this morning!  Thanks to all the performers and teachers who helped to put on this magical performance.

Upcoming events at CRHS

posted Nov 29, 2016, 1:39 PM by Shaun Campbell

Last night our Boy's Basketball team kicked off the winter sports season at the high school.  Please note the following home events that are upcoming and plan on attending a game or two to support our Rocket athletes.  Also included is the date of the Winter Concert.  

11/29- GBB vs Toledo
11/30- Wrestling vs RALong
12/1- Girl's Basketball v. Winlock
12/5- GBB vs Woodland
12/6- Wrestling v WF West
12/8- BBB vs Montesano
12/9- GBB vs Montesano
12/12- 7/8th grade band and HS Winter Concert


posted Nov 5, 2016, 8:02 AM by Patty Gelbrich   [ updated Nov 5, 2016, 8:05 AM ]

As a parent, you are your child's first and most important teacher.  You and your child's teacher both having something in common!  You both want your child to learn and do well.  When parents and teachers talk to each other, each person can share important information about your child's talents and needs.  Each person can also learn something new about how to help your child.  Conference time is the perfect way to start talking to your child's teachers. First, be sure to log in to SKYWARD and sign up for your conference.  Call the school office if you need help scheduling your child's conference.  MOST IMPORTANTLY, HAVE FUN DURING THIS TIME WHERE YOUR CHILD IS THE FOCUS!

Here are some tips to help you prepare for your conference time.
  • Review your child's work, grades and progress reports.
  • Talk with your child about his or her progress in school.
  • Talk with your teacher about your child's strengths and needs.
  • Think about how you can help at home support your child's learning at school.
  • Make a list of questions you have so you don't forget.  Conferences go so fast - so having that list will help.
At your conference, you will talk about many of these topics.  Remember, it is a time to learn how your child is doing, how you can support that learning, and to share strengths and needs.
  • Progress:  How is your child doing?  What are his or her strengths?  Needs?  How could she or he improve?
  • Assessments and Class Work:  Ask about the different assessments given so far, and what others are given throughout the year?  How is your child doing?
  • Support Learning At Home:  Ask what you can do at home to help your child learn.  Your child learns more when schools and families work together.
  • Support Learning At School:  Remember to be positive with your child about school.  Children do better when school and home work together.
How should you follow up?
  • Make a plan.  Take notes during your conference of what you will do to support your child after the conference is complete.
  • Communicate.  Ask the best way to contact the teacher.  There are many ways to communicate - in person, phone, notes, email.  Find out what works best for both of you.  Check in any time you need information or have a question.
  • Talk to your child.  The conference is all about your child, so don't forget to share information with him or her.  Share what you learned.  Show him or her how you will help with learning at home.  Ask for his or her suggestions for his or her improvement in learning.

High School Update

posted Sep 20, 2016, 1:19 PM by Shaun Campbell   [ updated Sep 23, 2016, 2:28 PM ]

Here we are 11 days into the new school year and we have already come so far.  We have 5 new teachers and a new counselor that are doing a great job learning about our students and the Castle Rock High School culture.  The high school has also gone digital and has issued Chromebooks to 11th and 12th grade students, as we are moving away from textbooks and towards an online based program.  This was quite the undertaking and there are still some hiccups we are troubleshooting, but overall, the reviews are positive and students have made comments about how they are excited to have this technology in their hands as a learning tool.  

Finally, our sports season has been underway for a few weeks and each team has earned wins.  Volleyball, in particular, has defeated two teams that placed at state in their particular classification last year.  This is quite an improvement.  

For those of you that are looking to remain connected to CRHS, we encourage you to find us on Facebook at "Castle Rock High School, Home of the Rockets."

Thanks and Go Rock!


posted Aug 31, 2016, 2:26 PM by Ryan Greene

I am excited to have our students stopping by the high school today to pick up schedules, pay fees, and walk around the school.  Please stop by this evening for our open house from 5:00-6:30.

High School Special Education Department gets new math curriculum!

posted Aug 31, 2016, 1:57 PM by kathy dunaway

Mrs. Dunaway's classroom has received new math curriculum! She will now be teaching "Introduction to Pre-Algebra/Geometry! Students in this class will learn these concepts in a fun and exciting way!

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