Student Resources


Parents, we encourage you and your child to become familiar with our student expectations and policies, especially our behavior and attendance. If you have any questions, we hope you will take time to visit with our administrator.



Per the charter with the Crook County School District, PBCCS may serve 186 students in grades K – 8 for the 2015-16 school year. Current students were provided an opportunity to re-enroll for next school year, February 1 – 14, 2016. New student applications, are accepted February 15 – March 15, 2016. . Students who were not selected for enrollment at this time have been placed on a waiting list. Applications to place students on our waiting list are welcome and will be accepted for all grades at any time.

2016-2017 Enrollment App Final

Updated Enrollment Policies


What does place-based education mean to the students at PBCCS?

At PBCCS, we believe that the places we live can serve as wonderful, meaningful sources for inspiration, education, and life-long learning, and also a springboard for understanding our global community.

Place-Based Learning at PBCCS is….
Inquiry based
Experiential and hands-on
Standards based
Involves the local community
Values service

Parent and Educator Resource Guide to Section 504 in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools,


Administrator Jenn Berry-O’Shea

Kindergarten Teacher: Beth Wharton

First Grade: Andrea Paskewich

Second Grade: Greta Taie

Third Grade Teacher: Allyson Hamlik

Fourth Grade Teacher: Jackie LaFrenz

Fifth Grade Teacher: Heidi Wilson

M.S. Math Teacher: Elaine Bahr

M.S. Science Teacher: Marcia VanHorn

M.S. Lang. Arts Teacher: Aubrey Wardle

M.S. Social Studies Teacher: Tommy Ochoa

Physical Education Teacher: Kimmy Cloud  Substitute until November 3rd Meg Simmons