Camas Community Education hopes to offer Mandarin Chinese for high school credit
Families asked to express interest in the after-school program for students in grades 7–12 by July 14
Minder calls it a boys soccer career at Camas High
63-year-old will still coach the girls
Camas schools lightening students’ homework load
District develops new policy that will take effect in the fall
Retired general offers words of wisdom to Camas HS students
Robert McFarlin spent 30 years in the U.S. Army, helping America win the Cold War.
Inslee visits Odyssey Middle School in funding push
Governor’s education tour stops in Camas
Mill Town Pride Award Recipients Named
Honorees embody the values and mission of Camas School District
It's all about the teachers! They are caring, intuitive, hard working, make learning fun, provide many extras, and intentionally teach what needs to be taught. They have included me in the community of learning and I sincerely appreciate being apart of my child's education.
Our family is grateful to be a part of the Camas School District. With a high level of commitment to the success and development of its children, the Camas district has set itself apart from most others in this region.
Camas School District’s One:World initiative (pronounced “one to world”) is connecting each student to the world around them through technology. Starting with Chromebook™ notebook computers for students in grades 6 and 9 in fall 2016, by late 2019 all students in grades 6–12 will have been issued a device.
dollars spent per student each year
on-time student graduation rate
teachers with a master’s degree
number of students launching the PBL middle school program