Camas board members resign, district seeks to fill vacancies

Posted: February 13, 2018

At its regular meeting on February 12, the Camas School Board accepted the resignations of board members Julie Rotz and Casey O’Dell with heavy hearts–each indicating the reasons for their resignations were related to new job opportunities. Rotz and her family are relocating to Florida where her husband recently accepted a new job. “I feel…
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Board Application and Process for Director Districts I & II


If unsure of the director district in which you live in, click HERE. Please answer the following questions in no more than 500 words each. Review the WSSDA Board Standards; why do you want to serve as a school board member? Describe any experiences, talent, and skills you can contribute to the Camas School District….
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Learn About the CHS Integrated Arts & Academics Program

Posted: February 12, 2018

Parents are saying, “I wish they had this kind of a program when I was in school!” The Camas High School Integrated Arts & Academics Program is hosting an Information Meeting on Wednesday, February 21, 6:00-7:30 PM, in the CHS North Commons. Prospective student applicants and their families will hear an overview of the program,…
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‘Understanding Teen Anxiety’ Free Parent Education Night Feb. 21

Understanding Anxiety, Featuring Kevin Ashworth

Posted: February 8, 2018

Please join us for a free parent education night with renowned teen anxiety clinician and author, Kevin Ashworth on Understanding Teen Anxiety. His recent article in The New York Times, “Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?” has been widely regarded. He is the cofounder and director of NW Anxiety Institute….
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New ‘Liberty STEM Girls’ Group Going Strong

Liberty STEM Girls Hear from Megan Goodson


  Near this school Near this school year, Liberty STEM Girls is a group that comes together once a month to hear a presentation from a woman working in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math career. The series kicked off in October with a visit from Andrea Melnychenko from CID Bio-Science, Inc., which is located just down the…
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Jazz Ensemble Takes Shape at Skyridge

The First-Ever Skyridge Vocal Jazz Ensemble

Posted: February 7, 2018

Skyridge Middle School Director of Choirs & Drama Brenda Sappington recently announced the members of the first-ever Skyridge Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Please give a mighty congratulations to the following students: Grace Barsness Christina Cai Ruby Cowart Charlotte Cox Natalie Cramer Katelyn Daniels Sara Davidson Gracyn Epstein Reagan Fallon-Small Noah Fearrington Lilly Freel Samantha Gittings Rachel Glaze…
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CHS to Host 80’s Dance Feb. 24

80's Dance for CHS Students Feb. 24

Posted: February 6, 2018

Calling all Camas High School students: See you at the 80’s Dance, February 24, in the CHS North Commons, Gym & Theater, 8-10 PM! Dance, play games, watch #Goonies. Here’s what you need to know: · Pre-sale tickets are available for $8 from 2/12 – 2/21 at the ASB Window and online here. (Online ticket…
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Attend our Camas School District Preschool Open House Feb. 12

Camas School District Preschool Open House: Feb 12, 4-6 PM

Posted: February 5, 2018

Come join us to learn about our preschool programs – Woodburn Preschool and Papermaker Preschool – tour the classrooms, and meet our staff! Monday, February 12, 2018 4:00-6:00 PM *We welcome you to make two stops and visit each school during this timeframe!* Woodburn Preschool at Woodburn Elementary: 2400 NE Woodburn Dr., Camas, WA 98607 Children who are three…
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Student musicians awarded at Clark College Jazz Festival

Jazz Musicians Perform at the Clark College Jazz Festival

Posted: February 2, 2018

The 56th annual Clark College Jazz Festival wrapped up Sunday, with multiple Clark County student musicians walking away with accolades after the three-day event. Chief Umtuch Middle School’s advanced jazz band won third place honors in the middle school Silver Division ensemble finals, along with a Blue Division Judge’s Award. Outstanding Middle School Jazz Musician…
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Participate in the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair

The Forecast for Your Life Is Bright & Sunny


The Washington State Science and Engineering Fair is a place where students can share their science and engineering ideas! In 2018, more than $1,000,000 in scholarships and prizes will be awarded to promote future scientists & engineers. WSSEF, which has been in existence since 1937, began as a local PTA fair and is now the…
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