The Weekly 2/5/2021

Welcome Back to Campus!!!

Wow! What an amazing week! We are so thankful to have our students back on campus! Our Hybrid-Learning model has been going great. Thank you to all of our students who showed up, worked hard, and followed guidelines to keep themselves and everyone else safe.

Distance Learners, We hope you are staying healthy and happy! We miss you!

A Video Message From Mr. Rambo

Student Illness/Quarantine

Please remember, if your student is ill or on quarantine, you must call Lisa at the CAHPS office so we can coordinate Zoom videos and homework for your student. We want to be sure that none of our students fall behind due to illness or COVID restrictions.

Bell Schedule

This is our Hybrid Learning Schedule for T2 which starts on Monday, February 8th. Please note that changes from this week's schedule. A Day students are on campus Mondays and Thursdays. B Day students are on campus Tuesdays and Fridays. All students have meetings via Zoom on Wednesdays for all of their classes.

Please call the CAHPS front office at (541) 494-6312 for any questions.

Principal's Message & Frequently Asked Questions

Reopening Guidelines for CAHPS Slideshow

Screening Protocols

Please make sure your student is self-screening before leaving home to come to school. If they have any of the following symptoms, they will not be permitted to attend school. Also, please take a few moments to look over the Screening Protocol Slideshow to see what you should do and what the school is doing to ensure everybody's safety.

New Announcements

Updated D6 Bus Routes

Crater Meal Updates

Where on Campus???

If you have been a winner of Where On Campus??? and have not yet come to the office and picked up your prize/prizes, please do! Remember, if you have won more than once, you can get a prize for each win!

Ongoing Announcements

Yearbook Ads

Black Youth Leadership Summit

Oregon Department of Forestry Summer Jobs

Students must be 18 by June to apply.

D6 Connected

Make sure to check the District 6 website for the most up-to-date information.

Senior Info

Crater Foundation Reminder

This year, students may either download our application from our Crater Foundation website or wait to receive an email version through their Crater email address. I will be mailing those in the first week of January. Completed applications may either be emailed to me at craterfoundation@district6.org, or a hardcopy may be delivered in a mounted mailbox outside the office door - Room #44. Please do not attempt to share as a Google Doc. Applications are DUE NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 12th.


Here is an updated link to scholarships that you can still apply for.

Scholarships (11 pages of scholarships organized by application deadline)

Scholarships for Non US Citizens

Scholarship Resources

Attention Latinx Students!

Are you interested in finding out more about what Rogue Community College could offer you after high school? If so, please contact RCC's Latino Outreach program director, Arismendi Villa Saucedo. He would love to meet with you by Zoom or talk to you over the phone to share information about programs, certificates, financial aid, etc. He can also guide you through the admissions process including the application and choosing courses. Once campus opens he can even give you a tour of the campus. You can call him at 541-245-7711 or email him at avilla@roguecc.edu or recruitment@roguecc.edu

College and Career Corner

Seniors, a new issue of the College and Career Corner has been released! This is where you will find the most updated information regarding college prep, choosing a school, applying, paying, etc., all in one place! There is also information regarding scholarships, timelines, and deadlines. Keep an eye out for announcements from particular universities and take some time to check out their websites and brochures!

D6 Spotlight

A huge thank you to our custodian, Jim, and all the other people working hard to keep our school clean, sanitized, and safe! We couldn't be here without you!

Check out these photos of our first week back on campus!


Crater Football

Crater Nation - Football officially starts Monday February 8th! If you haven’t been able to make it to any of our off-season training sessions but are still interested in joining the football team please come join us starting next Monday. We will begin football activities outside of the weight room on the Crater Campus at 2:00PM. You will need football cleats, workout shoes, workout clothes, a face covering, and a source of hydration. If you are interested in joining the team or have more questions please email Head Football Coach, Berk Brown, at berk.brown@district6.org.

Crater High Girl's Soccer

We Care


Looking for connection? Someone who can help problem solve an issue or problem?

During this time where school does not feel “normal” – we all may be feeling more isolated without connection. If you want to connect – please do! We are all wired for the need to belong and have connection. Counseling support is confidential. You are valuable. You are important! So looking forward to hearing from you! - Ms. Grush, 494.6343


Click on the above google form link to request a virtual or in person counseling or phone conference our School Counselor, Ms. Grush (This link can also be accessed on your school home page under the Counseling tab. Or email, Michelle.grush@district6.org

If your family is in need of anything, please reach out. We have many resources regarding food, finances, etc. Call the front office at 541-494-6312 or email Mr. Rambo at tom.rambo@district6.org


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