Ticket sales start October 16th at the ASB window for $15.00 each. ALL FINES must be paid before buying a ticket. (Remember tickets are not refundable). No tickets will be sold at the dance, so please think ahead. Tickets sales will end at 3PM on Wednesday, October 25th and ends at 3:00 p.m.
Everyone attending must fill out and submit a dance pass which are available in Mr. Fox office or download from the CHS website. Must be submitted no later than 3PM on October 24th. If you’re planning on bringing a guest, you will need to fill out the guest portion of the Dance Pass, have the guest’s administrator sign off on it, and then submit it with a copy of your guest’s picture ID.
If you’re planning on bringing a guest, you will need to fill out the guest portion of the Dance Pass, have the guest’s administrator sign off on it, and then submit it with a copy of your guest’s picture ID to Mrs. Reed’s office no later than 3PM on October 24th.
NO PRE-PICTURES! Only at the dance 8-11. Packets will be available in the gym where OnBroadway will be located.
Remember you will need to have your ticket and picture ID upon arrival at the dance. This year NO ONE will be allowed in without picture ID and ticket so don’t forget!
Lastly remember that this is Homecoming and to have fun and enjoy yourselves! If you have any questions please contact your class officers, Mr. Fox or Ms. Allen.
The DECA Girls Represent campaign aims to encourage girls to pursue careers that usually lack female representation. The Speaker Series delivers unique insight for girls by hosting informative and inspiring talks from female professionals in underrepresented fields. These talks will take place during both A/B lunch in the library on the following days: 10/26, 11/2, 11/16, 11/29, and 12/14.
We’re delighted to welcome our first speaker next Thursday on October 26th, Dr. Joan Marie Hunter! Come show your support!
Drama club at Camas HS raises money for worthy cause.
KATU2 Portland — In today’s Kids Doing Good Stuff, meet the Camas High School drama club. They’ve teamed up with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise money for the Light the Night Walk, a fundraiser to support research for blood cancers. “Sillheart,” the play the kids are performing, is a story about a child’s journey through cancer.
To see a decade’s worth of Robotics growth, check out this video about FIRST Team MeanMachine 2471, created by Camas High School team president Hunter Colwell. Watch the whole thing or just skim through it – the changes are impressive!