School district again beats state graduation average


January 27, 2022

State statistics released last week reveal that Crook County School District (CCSD) continued to maintain its record of higher-than-average graduation rates during the 2020-21 school year.

Across the county’s three high schools, the graduation rate was 87.2%. This compares favorably to the state average of 82.4%.

“We continue to be above the state average but our goal is always to have 100% of our students succeed. There is always room for improvement,” says Superintendent Mark Broderson.

“We strive to provide each student with the tools they need to be successful and we want all...

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