Team Mean Machine Competes At World Competition; Wins $50,000 Prize

Posted: May 3, 2022

Team Mean Machine Competes At World’s in Houston; Advances to Einstein Round Robin Competition; Teams Wins $50,000 Prize Recently, Team Mean Machine was one of 459 qualifying teams to attend the FIRST Inspires 2022 World Championships in Houston, Texas. 3,225 teams comprised of more than 80,000 students from 26 countries competed for the coveted spots in…
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Board Narrows Search for New Superintendent


Posted: December 8, 2021

Two candidates are named as finalists in the search for the new leader of Camas schools; one candidate withdraws from the process. After a special board meeting Tuesday night, the Camas School Board has narrowed the candidate list for the superintendent position to two finalists: Dr. John Anzalone from Las Vegas, Nevada, and Michelle Kuss-Cybula…
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District Announces Candidates for Superintendent Interviews

Posted: November 17, 2021

The Camas School District Board of Directors is pleased to announce they have selected four candidates to interview for their superintendent vacancy. The candidates selected for interviews are: Dr. John Anzalone; currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent – Education Services Division at Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. Enrollment: 320,000 students. Heidi Harris;…
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Annual Stuff the Bus and Collections for Giving

Stuff the bus fundraiser open until Dec. 3

Posted: November 2, 2021

From November 3 through December 6, students, families, and community members are invited to drop off non-perishable food and personal care items at the following Camas schools for this year’s Stuff the Bus drive for local families in need: All elementary schools All middle schools Camas High School Discovery High School Hayes Freedom High School…
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School Board Seeks Input on Superintendent Search

Posted: October 5, 2021

We need your input to help the School Board with the selection of our next superintendent. To gather your feedback, we’re using a tool called ThoughtExchange. Your participation is essential to our process. Click here to participate: You’ll be asked to respond to one open-ended question, to consider and assign stars to some ideas shared…
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Building Community: DHS students have unique back-to-school experience

Principal Smith talking to students

Posted: October 1, 2021

Schoolwide, mixed-grade project to form new, student-led clubs helps Camas teens bond after year of remote, hybrid learning. Following an 18-month stretch of shuttered school buildings, remote learning, hybrid classes, mask mandates and canceled sports seasons, the start of the 2021-22 school year was never going to be completely “normal” for Camas-Washougal students. With that…
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Seeking Citizens Advisory Committee Members

Posted: September 24, 2021

The Camas School District Citizens Advisory Committee is seeking new members.  Formed as an advisory group to the Camas School Board and Superintendent, the CAC provides an opportunity for school district patrons to have input into school programs, policies, and issues. The following questions and answers below will provide more information about the CAC. If…
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District Closure, Excessive Heat

Posted: June 28, 2021

Due to the Excessive Heat Warning issued by the National Weather Service, all Camas School District on-site activities will end and buildings will be closed at 2 PM today.  The regularly scheduled board meeting will be held remotely via a Zoom webinar. Per previous protocol, public comments will be accepted in written form and should…
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June 19 is Juneteenth

Juneteenth flag

Posted: June 21, 2021

Gov. Inslee declared June 19 a state holiday in a recent proclamation, and this week, June 19 was declared a federal holiday. June 19 or Juneteenth is a commemoration of the date in 1865 when Union troops reached Galveston Bay, Texas, and told the enslaved African-Americans there that they, along with the more than 250,000…
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