SENIOR DIRECTED ONE ACTS ARE JUST ONE WEEK AWAY! Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to see 5 wonderful plays with directors @amber_carlston, @BreakdownFStars, @logansexton24, @Omar_Shafi_Man and Mariah Willbanks!
Little Shop of Horrors is a musical sci-fi comedy/horror show about a man-eating plant from outer space, and it’s plot to take over the world by manipulating a meek flower shop clerk named Seymore Krelbourne. Plenty of roles for leads, supporting cast, and chorus available – including a plant-wrangling puppeteer!
Audition info and materials will be available on Mr. Kelly’s Blog. Stay tuned for details!
Magnet sophomore Jaden Kim debated the effort to reward ratio when he considered the extra credit writing assignment Mr. Greene offered in early November via the annual Volunteers of Foreign Wars (VFW) essay contest. In the end, Mr. Kim decided it was worth it.
Little did he know when he submitted his essay that (besides getting the opportunity to reflect deeply on the role of our veterans past and future) his efforts would also earn him a $250 dollar honorarium for his 3rd place essay based on the following prompt: “American History: Our Hope for the Future.” Read more here.
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. If interested in attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camas High School junior Monica Chang earned a first-place finish in the Oregon Bioscience Showcase 2017 Research Fast Pitch competition in Portland for her presentation, “A Closer Look at Memory: The Effect of Diurnal Rhythms on Perineuronal Nets.”
The junior was asked to work at a booth during a Girls in STEM event for middle school students, where she was teamed up with Barbara Sorg, a professor of neuroscience at Washington State University Vancouver. After spending some time with her, Sorg offered Chang an internship in her lab. Read more at The Columbian
The Camas girls soccer team poses with the third-place trophy they won on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, after a 2-1 victory over Kennedy Catholic at the WIAA state tournament. Their 2-1 victory over Kennedy Catholic is the program’s third consecutive state trophy, a feat Perrin Belzer, the program’s only four-year starter, walked away proud moments after the Papermakers received the 4A third-place trophy at Sparks Stadium. Because third straight state trophies means third consecutive trips to the state playoffs’ Final Four.
Read more at The Columbian