P.O. Box 400 -- Ozona, Texas 76943
Telephone: 325-392-5501 -- FAX: 325-392-5177
Superintendent: Chris DuBois
High School Principal: Joshua Carty
Middle School Principal: Tamara McWilliams
Elementary School Principal: Amanda Jackson
Elementary Assistant Principal: Janina Savala
College Readiness Coordinator: Susie DuBois
High School Counselor: Carol Stevens
Elementary Counselor: Katie Parker
The Crockett County Consolidated Common School District is a district worth checking out. We invite you to learn more about public education in Ozona, Texas. You may be new to the area or a long-time Ozona resident, but in either case, the following will provide you with current information about Crockett County Schools.
THE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Geographically, the Crockett County Consolidated Common School District is one of the largest school districts in Texas and is unique in that it is one of the few common school districts in the state.
The district serves approximately 750 students. Kindergarten through fifth grade students will attend the new Ozona Elementary School beginning August 2010. Students in grades six through eight are in Ozona Middle School, and grades nine through twelve attend Ozona High School.
Crockett County Consolidated Common School District is a class AA school, and its students participate in most of the UIL scholastic and athletic activities available in that classification. Students may participate in more than one sport including football, basketball, track, cross country, tennis, baseball, and golf, as well as other extracurricular activities that are concurrently running.
Ozona High School students have won or placed in the top three at state competition in debate, speaking events, computer science, math, and journalism. The Ozona High School Band also has been awarded numerous honors at the regional, area, and state levels. Ozona Lady Lions have been State AA basketball champions both in 1995 and 1996 and runner-up in 1998.
Teachers have an average of 7 years teaching experience, and 15.6 percent of teachers hold advanced degrees. Teachers receive $6,000 above state base, and the average teacher salary is $44,259.00.
The district is committed to preparing its students and teachers for the technology that will be used in the 21st century. The Crockett County CCSD Board of Trustees will continually provide state of the art instructional technology by maintaining and updating a five year Technology Plan incorporating cutting edge instructional practice and design.
The primary mission of the Crockett County Consolidated Common School District is to provide an educational program that will help each student to develop personal knowledge, skills, and competence to maximum capacity and to develop qualities of citizenship which will make each student a responsible member of society.
A DECLARATION OF BELIEFS
- The Crockett County Consolidated Common School District exists entirely for the education of the children of Crockett County.
- The Crockett County Consolidated Common School District works continuously to support the relationship between teachers, students, and community.
- The Crockett County Consolidated Common School District will focus on continually improving performance of all students.
- The Crockett County Consolidated Common School District will deliver a high quality core curriculum for all students
- The Crockett County Consolidated Common School District will foster collaboration by involving all of the stakeholders.
DISTRICT FACTS AND FIGURES
Operating Budget - $26,188,288
Tax Rate - $1.262
Bonded Indebtedness - $7,790,000
Teacher Salary Range - $35,170 - $52,268
Teacher Average Years in District - 7.5
Student/teacher Ratio - 8.9/1
Number of Employees (Full Time) - 170