Future scientists compete in regional Science Olympiad

Food Science event

Posted: March 6, 2017

It’s a pretty simple recipe: Take one marshmallow, add flame. While Saturday’s charred result is unlikely to be part of anybody’s diet plan, the process actually was an exercise in calorie counting. On Saturday, that meant building a calorimeter to gauge the heat released by a burning marshmallow. “The students are looking at the chemistry…
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CHS Knowledge Bowl teams stand out


Posted: March 2, 2017

Camas High School traveled on Monday, February 27, to Longview Community College to compete in the SW Washington Regional Knowledge Bowl Tournament. It was an auspicious day for Camas Knowledge Bowl. Here are the results: Varsity — At the SW WA Regional Varsity Tournament held this past Monday, Camas had five teams compete in the 4A…
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Resilient Papermakers bounce back in the dome

The Camas High School girls basketball


The Camas High School girls basketball players didn’t just want to get to the Tacoma Dome. They wanted to win there, too. The Papermakers checked another goal off the list after they defeated the Eastlake Wolves 44-36 Wednesday, in the first round of the 4A state girls tournament. Haley Hanson led the way with 16…
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Deadline Approaching: Student Film Festival

Student Film Festival


Yeah, having your schoolwork posted on the fridge at home is cool. But having a video you made posted on the Camas School District website and screened at the Liberty Theatre in downtown Camas? We think that’s pretty cool, too. That’s why we’re excited to announce the third annual Camas School District Student Film Festival: a…
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Liberty holds Challenge Week

Posted: March 1, 2017

Last week, the Liberty Lions participated in “Challenge Week.” In the past, Challenge Week has involved guest speakers and various student activities around an issue that many middle school students experience themselves or have some familiarity with. This year, Challenge Week focused on five positive character traits that give students and adults the strength to…
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Register for Camas School District Preschools

Posted: February 28, 2017

Now’s the time to register for the 2017-2018 school year in one of our Camas School District preschools! For those interested in Camas Community Education (CCE) Preschool at Zellerbach Administration Center (District Office). Students currently enrolled in Camas Community Education Preschool can register beginning February 15, 2017. New students can register beginning March 1, 2017. For those interested in Papermaker Preschool at…
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Camas Public Library and Liberty Middle School Librarians Unite



On Friday, February 10, local public and school librarians, Ellen Miles (Camas Public Library Teen Librarian) and Emily Crawford (Liberty Middle School Librarian), joined forces for the second annual Teen Movie Marathon Overnight at the Camas Public Library, where 30 teens in grades 7–12 voted on and watched movies all night long in the upstairs…
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Teacher aligning passion & career

Aaron Smith

Posted: February 27, 2017

Aaron Smith’s favorite memory of his two-year stint teaching music at the American Community School of Athens, Greece, isn’t his apartment at the foot of the Acropolis, although that was certainly a perk. It isn’t the travel or going on an adventure to a new country alone. It was that the K-12 school had about…
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Kindergarten registration open, orientation events set


It is time for Kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year! Listed below are the dates for registration and orientation events for each school. The purpose of orientation is to meet teachers and staff, learn about the kindergarten curriculum, and take a ride on a real school bus! If you are not sure which school…
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Government students explore Olympia

AP Gov.

Posted: February 25, 2017

Advanced Placement Government students from Camas High School recently traveled to Olympia, where they met with Representatives Brandon Vick and Liz Pike, and Senator Ann Rivers. Before the trip, each student researched a topic currently up for a vote, and then wrote to one of the leaders about why it was important to them. The 48-student group toured the capitol and the governor’s…
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