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All Goals Achieved

The Camas High School girls soccer team completed its storybook season by winning the state championship trophy. “We’re indestructible, undefeated,” said defender Marley LeFore, one of 10 seniors on the team. “Offense wins games, defense wins championships,” she added. “Our offense won the game for us, but our defense won the whole thing. Only letting…
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Football Team Dome-Ward Bound

The Camas football family and community punched their tickets to the state championship game in the Tacoma Dome. A sellout crowd on both sides of McKenzie Stadium were on the edge of their seats watching the Papermakers conquer the Sumner Spartans 45-21 in the semifinals of the 4A state tournament Saturday. “I definitely see here…
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Camas Schools Take On TREX Recycling Challenge

This year, all Camas schools are participating in the TREX Film Plastic Recycling Challenge, which runs from November 15, 2016, through April 15, 2017. Students, staff, family, and friends and invited to bring in plastic bags and plastic wrap to a designated bin at a Camas school. Each stash will be weighed and recorded monthly until…
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Liberty Students Attend ¡La Chispa!

Eleven Liberty Middle School students recently accompanied Counselor Billie Jo McEathron to ¡La Chispa! (The Spark), a one-day bilingual leadership conference designed to teach leadership skills to middle school Latino students. ¡La Chispa! uses both English and Spanish to help students build self-confidence, strengthen their cultural identity, and increase academic success. “This was my third time…
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Three school boards honored

Clark County – The school boards for Evergreen Public Schools, Battle Ground Public Schools and the Camas School District were three of 24 Boards of Distinction named by the Washington State School Directors’ Association. The boards were honored for demonstrating effective use of the Washington School Board Standards. The standards “promote research-based governance practices that…
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A holistic approach to learning

Project Based Learning is a good fit for many families Take a quick look around the newest middle school in Camas, and you’ll immediately spot some of the key differences that make it unique. First of all, there are no bells. Secondly, the new Project Based Middle School is located in a building on the…
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Camas girls soccer team shuts out league

Papermakers outscore league opponents 43-0 Seventeen Camas High School girls were playing soccer for their captain on Senior Night. Hannah Taie lost her mother, Shelly, to brain cancer before the 2015 season started. The Papermakers finished in third place at the state tournament that season with a school record 20 victories. So far this season,…
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A New Project-Based Learning Middle School Program Opportunity

As you may have heard, we are launching a new Project-Based-Learning (PBL) middle school program for Camas students in the fall of 2016!  While we are still working on the details and in the final stages of purchasing the facility, we are excited to invite you to learn more about this opportunity. Why Project-Based-Learning? The…
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Real world science

Fourth-graders spend a day learning about their local watershed and how to protect it There’s a few rules for the students attending the Columbia River Watershed Festival. One, don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty. Two, worms are not gross. Three, recycling is crucial. “The goals of this event are to bring a bunch…
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Clowns in the News

Dear families: Students in some of our schools are reporting that they have heard rumors about clown threats. We understand that this stems from an internet/social media rumor that started in August on the East Coast and has made its way into Clark County. These rumors have caused fear among some of our students and…
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