Pride Month

CSD Logo on rainbow wall

Posted: June 14, 2021

Camas School District is a community of learners committed to seeing and serving each student. We have a collective responsibility and require accountability to ensure that children of every race, national origin, language, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socioeconomic status, socio-emotional well-being, and ability to reach their full potential. Ultimately, our goal…
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Free Summer Meals

Free Summer Meals

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We are happy to announce our second Summer Food Service Program. All meals will be FREE for children ages 1-18. Each child in your household will receive 7 breakfasts and 7 lunches in weekly meal boxes. Meal boxes can be picked up curbside every Wednesday beginning June 30 through August 18 at Skyridge Middle School…
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HOPE & JOY: Farewell & Thank You

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  Thank you for letting me tell some of your stories through the years with the HOPE & JOY project. It has been such a privilege to do so. I’ve frequently shared the joy I get from graduation. The nervous excitement about what’s next in our graduates’ life journeys is hopeful and inspiring. Returning to…
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HOPE & JOY: Wisdom from Seniors Part III … what do you remember?

Posted: June 7, 2021

I hope you had a nice weekend.  This is graduation week with CHS on Friday and HFHS on Saturday.  What an incredible journey for the class of 2021?!?  Their resiliency is inspiring and your support of them has been greatly appreciated. We have all learned a lot this year about our schools, students, families, and…
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You’re Invited: Stream Hearts of Glass and Join the Conversation!

Listed panelists

Posted: June 2, 2021

Cutting-edge food production meets meaningful employment for people with disabilities. We’re excited to share an award-winning story of inclusion, innovation, and impact with you. Hearts of Glass shows the journey of a new business, Vertical Harvest (VH). VH is a state-of-the-art greenhouse in Jackson, Wyoming. VH provides meaningful employment for people with disabilities. The film describes…
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HOPE & JOY: Wisdom from Seniors – Part II

Posted: June 1, 2021

I hope you are all having a nice Memorial Day Weekend.  It feels like summer has arrived. This week I’m sharing wisdom from seniors about the following question:  In thinking about life after graduation, what are you most nervous about?  What are you most excited about? Enjoy! Jeff   HOPE & JOY: Nerves & Excitement…
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HOPE & JOY: Wisdom from Seniors – Part I

Posted: May 24, 2021

I love talking with students and the senior exit interviews have been a highlight for me each year.  Like a lot of things the past couple of years, we’ve had to pivot and think differently about how we do something we love.  For senior exit interviews, we used a survey option.  I wanted to share…
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HOPE & JOY: School Board Appreciation

Posted: May 17, 2021

“School governance is the foundation of our public school systems—and stability, expertise, and representation by people invested in their children’s education are critical to effective governance.” (Pierce) For the past ten years I’ve had the privilege to watch our school board,  Casey O’Dell, Julie Rotz, Mary Tipton and our current board members Erika Cox, Connie…
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HOPE & JOY: Happy Staff Appreciation Week!

Posted: May 3, 2021

Happy Staff Appreciation Week! Even with the great challenge this year has presented, I hope you have felt great appreciation all year long.  I thought I would share a pretty cool story about one of our staff members I saw on the news this week, Alia Woolfe and her family’s mission of kindness.  I asked…
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