In their final regular-season meet of the season, the members of the Columbia River girls track and field team wanted to celebrate an inspirational teammate, special education student Ellen Hardy, by allowing Hardy to run the final leg of their 400-meter relay team. What followed was a memory that will last for most that were there, with this special story and how it unfolded… Read more at the Columbian
Here at Camas High School we are preparing for our annual Senior Board Presentations and looking for volunteers to sit on the panel of judges. This is a great opportunity to see the culmination of our seniors’ efforts and the significant work they invested in their senior projects over the course of this school year.
Senior Board Presentations will be held on May 31, June 1, and June 2 from 7:15-10:15 a.m. each day. You are invited to participate in one, two, or all three days. Training for boards will be held on May 23 at 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM at the CHS Library. We know this is a big commitment on your part, and we value your time. If it fits your interest and schedule, please click on the link below and sign up to join us! https://goo.gl/Z5Gp8T
Please respond as soon as you are able, so that we can get our schedules arranged for the Senior Board Presentations. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Amira Walcott at email@example.com or Stacy Woodman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Behind the red electric piano at left is Luke Wyland directing the Camas High School choir as his own band, AU, grooves along. At center is guest singer Holland Andrews, also known as Like a Villain.
They’re all rock stars. When the 155-voice Camas High School Choir joins a six-piece band featuring some of Portland’s most accomplished singers and players on April 15 — following opening acts including their own extracurricular musical projects and special guests — it’s going to be nothing short of “explosive” and “earth shattering” and “astonishing brilliance.”
Read more at “The Columbian“
Camas High School would like to thank all those that voted for CHS as their top favorite High School in Clark County. Camas School’s have a tradition of caring and quality and it couldn’t be done without your support… Go Papermakers!
“The Best of Clark County“
Each spring, women from around the world convene at the UN’s annual Commission on the Status of women. The Feminist Majority foundation is the parent organization of Girls Learn and, as active participants in the Commission on the Status of Women, they see how the voices of girls are important when considering policy changes and implementation of social programs. After starting our local Girls Learn chapter, CHS students Corinne Bintz and Kris Ahn saw attending the Commission as an opportunity to explore future careers and become more familiar with human rights issues on a global scale. Both girls wanted to experience examining these issues with women from different cultures. They applied and were selected to attend the week of March 21 in New York City at the United Nations! CHS teacher Sarah Widdop serves as the Girls Learn Club Advisor and accompanied Corinne and Kris on the trip. Read more here.