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Government students explore Olympia

Advanced Placement Government students from Camas High School recently traveled to Olympia, where they met with Representatives Brandon Vick and Liz Pike, and Senator Ann Rivers. Before the trip, each student researched a topic currently up for a vote, and then wrote to one of the leaders about why it was important to them. The 48-student group toured the capitol and the governor’s…
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DECA taps community for Written Project Night

Wednesday, February 16, was “Written Project Night” for the CHS DECA students. (DECA  prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.) It is a night where business professionals and other volunteers from our community come in and help out with judging and critiquing more than 30 written…
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Camas gymnasts rise to second at state

You never get the second chance to make a first impression. The Camas High School gymnasts seized the opportunity and climbed all the way to up to second place in the 4A state team competition at the Tacoma Dome Friday. The Papermakers collected 175.425 points to rise above Bothell and Emerald Ridge. Woodinville won the…
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Kim, Utas, Camas team all capture 4A state swim titles

FEDERAL WAY — Fatigue wasn’t stopping Mark Kim. Sure, the Camas High swimmer was a bit gassed after successfully defending his Class 4A 500 freestyle state title Saturday, but gutting it out is part of swimming when you’re in back-to-back events. “You swim to bring out the best in ourselves,” Kim said. “Ultimately, you have…
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Local trio on top of state wrestling

TACOMA — Three different wrestlers. Three different schools. Three different physiques. They now have one thing in common — state champion. Ethan Rotondo, James Rogers and Dylan Ingram spanned the spectrum of the wrestlers at the Mat Classic state championships Saturday. The three Clark County wrestlers reached where every competitor at the Tacoma Dome wanted…
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Students Come Together for Acceptance Week

CAMAS — Brenton Riddle wants students from all backgrounds to feel welcome at Camas High School, and he thinks the way to accomplish that is through awareness. “Awareness is the first step to acceptance,” said the Camas High School senior. “You can’t accept something you don’t know is there.” That’s a big reason why Riddle,…
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CSD Celebrates Black History Month

In the United States, February is Black History Month, also called National African American History Month. In Camas School District, it is a special time to reflect upon the struggles, achievements, and legacy of the African Americans and black Americans who have come before us. Today, our students live in a world filled with powerful…
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Camas, Washougal school levies are passing

Local option levies are passing as of Tuesday evening. According to the Clark County Elections Division, the Washougal School District’s maintenance and operations levy is passing 61 to 39 percent, and its technology levy is passing 62 to 38 percent. The Camas School District’s M & O levy is passing 66 to 34 percent, and…
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CHS Science Olympics Triumphant at Cal Berkeley

Students from CHS (and many from the MST Magnet) traveled this past weekend down to Cal Berkeley to participate in the Golden Gate Science Olympiad Invitational, which is led by previous S.O. national medalists and students from Stanford and Cal Berkeley, including our very own Jon Bartlett (CHS/MST ’15), currently studying bio-engineering at Stanford (’19). The…
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