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Wooburn Elementary dedicates new Buddy Bench

On Friday, March 17, students and staff of Woodburn Elementary School dedicated their new “Buddy Bench” to the memory of Julianna Yuri Snow. Julianna lived with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and was bound largely to her home, but was able to learn and build relationships with her classmates at Woodburn through an iPad and Facetime every day….
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Students excel at SW Regional Science and Engineering Fair

We’re thrilled to recognize the 37 students who competed in the Southwest Regional Science and Engineering Fair on March 11 at Alki Middle School in Vancouver, WA. Camas had an extremely strong showing—the culmination of much hard work by dozens of exceptional individuals and their dedicated leaders. These standouts include: BEST IN FAIR DISTINCTION –…
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Donations sought for Weekend Backpack Program

Did you know that more than 1,000 children in Camas get subsidized nutrition during the week in our schools? We help make sure that the neediest among them don’t go hungry over the weekend, but supplies are low. Want to help? Drop off food donations at your school or the Treasure House and specify the items are for the Camas…
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Student Film Festival Screening: Thursday, March 23

The Camas School District announced today the official program selections for its third Student Film Festival. These budding filmmakers were given the prompt: “What Being a Superhero Means.”  Interpretations and innovations abound in their short vignettes. A celebration of technology and artistry, this film festival brings student voice to the district’s strategic plan that directs…
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Student work on display at show

Student artists from Southwest Washington, including Camas and Washougal, were selected for the 2017 Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show. The event, hosted by Educational Service District 112, is in its 44th year. There were 278 entries received from throughout the six-county region, according to a press release from the ESD. The artwork is…
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Camas man is new district court judge

A man who was born and raised in Camas has been sworn in as a Clark County District Court Judge. Chad Sleight, a 1996 graduate of Camas High School, has served as a pro tem judge in District Court for four years. He has practiced primarily criminal law since 2002. Sleight was elected president of…
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Longtime operations director retires

After 36 years in public education, including 29 in the Camas School District, Operations Director Bryan McGeachy will retire in August. Current Camas High School Principal Steve Marshall will move into a redefined version of this position as director of educational resources. McGeachy has served as the district operations director for 10 years. McGeachy said…
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Annual School Bus Safety Poster Contest

It’s time for the annual School Bus Safety Poster Contest.  Please take this opportunity to represent our school district in promoting  school bus safety. In previous years, one of our students won at the state level for designing a winning poster! The 2017 theme is:  My Driver–My Safety Hero!  Attached you will find specifications for…
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Camas High School musicians make an impression

Congratulations to the outstanding Camas High School Musicians who performed in the Lower Columbia River Music Educators’ Association’s annual Solo & Ensemble Festival at Evergreen High School. The instrumental division was held on Saturday, February 25, and the vocal division took place on Saturday, March 4. The festival is an opportunity for soloists and small ensembles to perform for judges, receive feedback, and earn…
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DECA/Marketing students thrive at state conference

Eighty-four DECA/Marketing students from Camas High School made amazing accomplishments this past week at the State Career Development Conference in Bellevue, Washington. Two packed buses departed last Thursday, and returned significantly lighter—in spirit, that is. Nearly half of them—33 to be exact—took to the stage to receive a medal, and all performed beautifully, after weeks and…
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