Friday, October 17th, the day that many of us in Camas have marked on our calendar is near. That’s right; it’s Union vs. Camas Football week. The big game will be played at McKenzie stadium with an 8:00pm kickoff scheduled. We know that Papermaker Pride will be in full effect on Friday evening, and that the Camas community will be doing their part to bring home another victory for our team. Football will be looking to follow the great week our other sports have kick started. Camas Slow Pitch team brought home 2nd place at the district tournament on Monday. Girls Soccer with a big win on Tuesday to stay on top of the GSHL, Boys Golf had a strong showing at district championships finishing 3rd and our Volleyball team was able to dominate Union o n Tuesday to also remain number 1 in the GSHL. More details here.
Second Story Gallery at the Camas Public Library hosts artwork from the new program at CHS, Integrated Arts and Academics, for the month of October.
A collection of student work from the new CHS Intergrated Arts and Academics, featuring a blend of memoir, the atom as metaphor fro self, and abstract artworks.
On behalf of the entire CHS staff, I want to thank all of our parents who attended our annual open house. We know that not everyone was able to attend due to prior commitments or schedule conflicts. Below is a link to the extended version of the power point that was shared at the welcome assembly. Also included are links to the CHS Vision and an information sheet on our activities and athletics – we are dedicated to providing our students with a top-tier education, but we also want every CHS student to get involved!
I encourage parents to email our teachers with any questions they have regarding their student’s classes or grades.
Here’s to a successful year for your student(s)! Go Papermakers!