Student Wellness Speaker to Visit Camas June 6

Yalden speaking to students

Posted: June 6, 2017

ALL PARENTS – TONIGHT, THURS. 6/8, PLEASE JOIN US! *Student Wellness Speaker to Visit Camas June 8 – All Camas School District Parents Are Invited * On Thursday, June 8, the Camas High School ASB is sponsoring a full-day visit by Jeff Yalden, who will be addressing a variety of topics relating to mental health, mindfulness,…
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Student wellness speaker to visit Camas June 6

Yalden speaking to students

Posted: June 1, 2017

On Tuesday, June 6, the Camas High School ASB is sponsoring a full-day visit by Jeff Yalden who will be addressing a variety of topics relating to mental health, mindfulness, and motivation. Yalden is an energetic presenter who will engage with students in an assembly as well as workshops throughout the day. All parents in…
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Meet Dr. Liza Sejkora: CHS’ New Principal

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Posted: May 27, 2017

Camas High School is changing its leadership for the next school year, as several members of the higher administrative team leave for new district positions or retire. Camas School District officially announced Dr. Liza Sejkora will be leading the helm in place of Steve Marshall, outgoing CHS principal. Excited to lead CHS, Dr. Sejkora comes to Camas…
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Camas School District to take over operations of Boys & Girls Club

excited for the reopening of the revamped Jack, Will & Rob center

Posted: May 26, 2017

After 14 years as the JWR Boys & Girls Club, the Camas School District will take over operations, effective June 1. The center will be closed during the summer, allowing the school district to make $65,000 in renovations, including roof repairs, painting, and technology upgrades. The JWR Center will operate under the Camas Community Education…
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Two Free Concerts Coming Up

Grass Valley Vocal Jazz

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Two spectacular FREE concerts are coming up! The first is the Grass Valley VOCAL JAZZ annual year-end concert with the Patrick Lamb Band on June 1. “You really must come and witness the collaboration of students and professionals in this musical extravaganza,” said Natalie Wilson, K–5 Music/Vocal Jazz teacher at Grass Valley Elementary. “The Patrick…
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Downtown Camas Association honored by Washington school administrators

dca

Posted: May 25, 2017

The Downtown Camas Association was honored with a Community Leadership Award by the Washington Association of School Administrators at WASA’s annual award ceremony on May 19. The DCA works with students in the Camas School District for senior project mentoring and board review, mock interviews and running start student phone interviews, volunteer opportunities and applied…
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Chromebooks for all students grades 3-12

Posted: May 24, 2017

This news post was originally emailed as a letter to all Camas School District families on May 23, 2017. Camas Families, Thanks to the strong tech levy support from our community, every student in grades 3-12 will have access to a Chromebook this fall—this state of being is also known as 1:1, but in Camas…
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Astronaut from Camas says give me my space

Astronaut and flight engineer Mike Barratt

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You’re gazing continuously at one object, yet the view never gets old. That’s one reason why Mike Barratt is hoping to return to space. He wants to see Earth from one of the best vantage points a person could have. “It’s the thing everybody wants to go back and repeat: looking out the window at…
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New athletics online registration for 2017-18

Online Athletic Registration

Posted: May 16, 2017

This letter was originally emailed to families of middle school and Camas High School students on May 16, 2017. We are excited to announce that Camas High School, Liberty Middle School, and Skyridge Middle School Athletic departments are now moving towards a paperless and convenient online registration through FamilyID (www.familyid.com). FamilyID is a secure registration platform that…
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Ninth-grade Project-Based Learning program planned

ninth grade PBL

Posted: May 15, 2017

>> UPDATE: Ninth-Grade PBL Program Info Night Date Change << This letter was originally emailed to families of eighth-grade students on May 12, 2017.  Dear 8th grade parents, We are pleased to share that plans are in place to launch a 9th grade cohort of 50-60 students at our Project-Based Learning (PBL) program this coming fall. If…
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