Stuff the Bus Food & Fund Drive Underway

School buses face off during Stuff the Bus fund & food drive

Posted: November 14, 2017

It’s time for Camas and Washougal to team up and make magic happen in our community once again! Stuff the Bus feeds people in need all year long, so send in nonperishable food items with your child or donate online at www.cwbusinessalliance.com. If you’re new to Stuff the Bus, it’s as fun (and important) as…
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Local Girl Scouts use own money to help out kids at VA Fisher House

Hines twins with donations

Posted: November 9, 2017

In order to earn their Girl Scout Bronze Award, local twins Julia and Grace Hines decided to help out the Portland VA Fisher House by donating board and video games to ensure children of Veterans and active duty service members have something to do, and to life their spirits during their temporary stay. “Thank you…
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Kicking off the playoffs right

Kemp and Paulsen congratulation each other on the field

Posted: November 5, 2017

The “Double J” and “Maddie K” connection was too much for Todd Beamer to handle. Four different Camas High School girls soccer players scored goals in the first 21 minutes of Thursday’s must-win game to return to the state tournament. The Papermakers delivered five more goals in the second half to turn the Titans away,…
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Camas grad turned astronaut to speak at WSU Vancouver event

NASA photo of Mike Barratt

Posted: November 3, 2017

Dr. Michael Barratt, a Camas High School graduate who became a NASA astronaut, will speak at a special public event for Global Entrepreneurship Week in Vancouver on Thursday, Nov. 16 The Camas grad completed two space flights, helped develop NASA’s space medicine programs and was medical operations lead for the International Space Station. He evaluated…
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Camas Theatre’s ‘The Laramie Project’ Opens Friday, Nov. 3

Image of a fence post against a sunrise

Posted: October 31, 2017

Buy your tickets now for the Camas Theatre production of “The Laramie Project” at Camas High School! Shows begin this Friday, November 3, and run through the 11, with matinees on the Saturdays. Visit the event page here for full details: https://goo.gl/CecGs2 …or head straight to online ticketing here: https://wa-camas.intouchreceipting.com/ See you soon!


Chang wins Oregon Bioscience Showcase

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Monica Chang made the best pitch at the Oregon Bioscience Showcase at the OMSI Emperical Theater Monday. The 15-year-old from Camas beat nine other researchers from Oregon and Washington. She brought home a $400 iPad mini. “It was a wonderful experience, albeit stressful,” Chang said. “I am extremely grateful to everyone in the Sorg Lab…
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CHS Magnet Program Junior to compete at Oregon Bioscience Showcase

Posted: October 24, 2017

Monica Chang, a junior in the Camas High School Magnet Program, has become 1 of 9 finalists in the Oregon Bioscience Showcase Research Fast Pitch. The event, coming up on Monday, October 30, will be opened by Oregon Governor Kate Brown and will feature 200+ bioscience researchers and entrepreneurs, who will watch Monica’s presentation, entitled…
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CSD Holiday Card Contest

Posted: October 23, 2017

Calling all artists: Submit your holiday card design now! The Holiday Card Contest is an opportunity for Camas School District students to showcase their artwork and for our community to recognize the importance of arts in education. The contest is open to all CSD students in grades K-12. Three submissions will be selected to be published on the CSD…
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Student Wellness Series Follow-Up: Screenagers Movie

We'd love Your Feedback: Student Wellness Series

Posted: October 21, 2017

For those who attended our free Student Wellness event Tuesday night, thank you! Whether you attended or not: we’d love your feedback on the next one, here: Bit.ly/screenagerfeedback (Skip to the last question if you weren’t able to attend but want to offer guidance!) For extra insight, here’s the handout of resources we passed around:…
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