Liberty Receives Science Book Donation from Gresham Subaru

Liberty Middle School receives donation of science books from Gresham Subaru

Posted: September 27, 2017

Liberty Middle School was selected by Gresham Subaru to receive a donation of 150 books through the Subaru Loves Learning Project, in partnership with the Science Books & Films Project at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Principal Gary Moeller and Science TOSA Sarah Kankelberg made their selections from a list of award-winning books that they…
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CHS Theatre to perform Sillyheart Oct 11 & 12

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Posted: September 25, 2017

In collaboration with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Oregon, SW Washington, Idaho,… and Compass Oncology, the award-winning Camas Theatre of Camas High School brings to you “Sillyheart,” a 30-minute play about a young person’s cancer journey.   Join us on Wed., October 11, or Thurs., Oct. 12 for this special, two-night performance! House opens…
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Friday Night Football: September 22

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Posted: September 22, 2017

Camas High School will host home football at Doc Harris Stadium this evening, Friday, September 22, with a 7:00 PM varsity kickoff. Gates will open at 3:00 PM for the junior varsity game beginning at 3:30 PM. Tickets must be purchased to view the junior varsity game and will also be good for the varsity…
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Mock Trial for Middle Schoolers

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Posted: September 21, 2017

School has begun, and with the beginning of a new school year comes a new year of middle school mock trial! Last year, Camas Community Ed started the first ever middle school mock trial program in Clark County, WA. Our team competed at the middle school mock trial competition at the Clark County Courthouse, and…
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Now Hiring Substitute Custodians

CSD Is Now Hiring Substitute Custodians

Posted: September 19, 2017

We’re looking for substitute part-time custodians! Make $16.78 per hour working flexible AM & PM shifts Monday–Friday. No prior experience needed; training is provided. This job is ideal for college students – most shifts are 4 hours long. Candidates must meet basic physical requirements, display a positive attitude, and be highly dependable. Se habla Español….
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Inspiring future creatives

Posted: September 15, 2017

The first thing one notices upon entering the gym at Prune Hill Elementary School is the larger than life, jungle-themed mural. Besides the fact that it is more than 30 feet tall, what makes it unique is that nearly every student at the school has their artwork incorporated into the mural. The process began last…
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Grad Night Committee sets date for Holly Days Bazaar

Graphic advertising Holly Days


The Camas Grad Night Committee’s 2017 Holly Days Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 2 at Liberty Middle School in Camas. For more information, contact this year’s committee chair, Ursula Hood, at for registration or specific details. The Holly Days Facebook page will also be updated soon for the latest information. For information on the…
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2 CHS students receive perfect ACT scores

Photo of Lindsay Leetham and Monica Chang


CHS/MST Magnet students Monica Chang (junior) and Lindsey Leetham (senior) have accomplished the rare feat of earning a perfect ACT score of 36. Wow! How rare, you ask? “On average, less than one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score, according to the organization. In the U.S. high school…
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CHS Dance Team to Hold Clinic October 7

Posted: September 14, 2017

Enjoy a day of dancing and performing! Participants will learn two fun routines taught by the CHS Dance team; one camp dance designed for all, and one specialty routine catered to age and ability. We will end the day with a showcase for friends and family. Showcase beings at 2:30 in the Liberty main gym….
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It computes: Technology director is employee favorite

Sherman Davis receives his award, which is a red and orange decorative glass bowl made by art students.

Posted: September 7, 2017

Twenty years ago, the Camas School District had 700 computers and 2,000 students. Today, the district has approximately 8,000 devices, 3,000 guest logins and more than 7,000 students. Likewise, while desktop computers and clunky laptops ruled the day in the ’90s, now tablets and Smartphones are the go-to devices. Sherman Davis, the district’s technology director,…
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