Camas High School has been recently identified as a 2013 Washington Achievement Award Winner. The Washington Achievement Awards celebrate the state’s top-performing schools. Award-winning schools have at least one thing in common: the power to profoundly affect student learning. More details on this award can be located here.
CHS Science Olympiad Team
Camas High School’s Science Olympiad teams hit a new record on Saturday with a first place win at the State Science Olympiad Tournament for the fourth year in a row.
Team members include students in ninth through twelfth grades:
Ninth: Rachel Duquette – 1st in Disease Detectives, Melody Holler, Erik Johnson, Jason Kim, Bilal Manzer – 1st in Hydrogeology, Chemay Shola – 1st in Hydrogeology, Phebus Tsai
Tenth: Kurtis Shibata
Eleventh: Jon Bartlett, Jonathan Ho – 1st in Boomilever and Mission Possible, Levi Holscher – 1st in Compound Machines, Kevin Hsu – 1st in Compound Machines, Erica Lee – 1st in Technical Problem Solving, Isabel Lee – 1st in Technical Problem Solving, Arya Pathak, Reese Pathak – 1st in Disease Detectives, Sophie Shoemaker, Yun Teng – 1st in Material Science
Twefth: Parker Liebe, and Yushuan Peng – 1st in Material Science
This is a friendly reminder that all seniors must submit 15 hours logged and signed off by their mentor on or before March 27th, 2014.
Seniors taking English at CHS will turn into English teachers
Running Start Students doing their community service hours must turn hours into Mrs. Downs.
RSVP students taking online class with Mrs. Bridges and Mrs. Downs must upload hours into Schoology.
All hours must be completed by May 1, 2014.