CHS sophomore earns spot at prestigious science fair

Tsering Shola

Posted: April 14, 2017

Tsering Shola is making waves with her hearing research. In March, she won honors at two science fairs, which included an $80,000 scholarship and a spot at the prestigious Intel Science and Engineering Fair, known as ISEF, which runs from Sunday, May 14 to Friday, May 19. Shola, a sophomore at Camas High School, won…
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Students Soar at WA State Science & Engineering Fair

PBL Middle School Program

Posted: April 10, 2017

Camas School District contenders stood out over the weekend at the Washington State Science & Engineering Fair (WSSEF), which featured more than 600 projects from grades K–12 over two days at Bremerton High School. The event gave students not only a fun and educational experience, but also opened a gateway to higher-level competitions and research. WSSEF, which…
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Team Mean Machine advances to FIRST Robotics World Championships

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Last weekend, Camas High School’s FIRST Team Mean Machine 2471 (TMM) clinched the 2017 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Pacific Northwest District Championships in Cheney, Wash. They also took home the judges’ Excellence in Engineering Award. Now they’re off to the World Championships in Houston, Texas, April 19–22. What you might not have known is that behind the scenes, advisor…
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CHS Photographers Featured at Second Story Gallery

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Photography by students from Camas High School will be featured at the Second Story Gallery through April. Titled “From Our Point of View,” the work includes character portraits, action shots and other “art” photos. The artwork was created by students in Doug Huegli’s advanced art class. They will cap their spring break by attending an…
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Lacamas Heights Student determined to save lives

Evan Wood

Posted: March 31, 2017

Evan Wood, a fifth grader at Lacamas Heights Elementary, has helped the American Heart Association save more than 60 lives. According to the AHA, every $50 raised through the Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart programs saves one life. When he heard that, Evan knew he had to get out and raise money. He started…
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Rainy weather creates very interesting start to prep golf season

Camas Golfers

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No one would blame them if they were miserable, having to endure these conditions. It’s raining again. Every day. All the time, it seems. This month has been one of the rainiest months of March on record in Southwest Washington. Yet, high school girls golfers have splashed their way through the start of their spring season….
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History comes alive at Skyridge and Liberty Middle Schools

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Posted: March 30, 2017

On Wed., March 29, Skyridge Middle School and Liberty Middle School eighth graders were treated to a performance by Storyteller Sheila Arnold Jones, who took on the persona of Betsy Kastner, a Virginia-born slave who lived before and after the Civil War. At Skyridge, students were enthralled by Jones’s performance, which quickly blurred the lines between reality and fiction….
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Three nab 2017 Future Chefs honors

Future Chefs

Posted: March 29, 2017

On March 17, three Camas School District students were awarded honors for their original recipes in the 2017 Sodexo Future Chefs National Challenge. They are: Avery Perry, Project-Based Learning Middle School Program sixth grader – Grand Prize and “Healthy Attributes Award,” for her Tropical Açai Bowls Joseph Jacobson, Project-Based Learning Middle School Program seventh grader – “Original yet Tasty Award,” for…
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Help name our new schools

Help Name Our New Schools

Posted: March 25, 2017

What’s in a name? Thanks to the generous support of our community, Camas School District plans to open two new facilities in the fall of 2018 as specified in our 2016 bond program. The time is upon us to name the New Project-Based Learning High School and the New Lacamas Heights Elementary, as well as…
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CREDC official, Camas senior win Marshall leadership awards

Sophie Muro. [Photo from The Columbian.]

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Max Ault is the 2017 recipient of the General George C. Marshall Public Leadership Award while Sophie Muro, a Camas High School senior, is the Youth Leadership Award recipient. The Fort Vancouver National Trust announced the awards Wednesday in a ceremony at the Providence Academy. The event featured an address by Washington Lt. Gov. Cyrus…
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