Come to the Information Meeting for the Integrated Arts and Academics program on February 25 at 6:30-7:15 in the North Commons at CHS. Then, enjoy the Camas District Choir Festival which follows the meeting at 7:30.
CHS is proud to announce the beginning of a new program, Integrated Arts and Academics (IAA) that will start with the 9th Grade in the 2014-15 school year. Current 8th graders who are interested in active learning with arts as an integral part of their academic learning are invited to enroll for the 2014-15 school year during the forecasting process at their schools in February and March. Each subsequent year, an additional grade level will be added, growing into a full 9-12 program at Camas High School. Read more here.
With the assistance of the CHS Band and Cheerleaders, Leadership students from Camas High School “paid it forward” at their February 13th visit to Rosa Parks Elementary in Portland. CHS was the first school to win the Cash for Schools contest sponsored by KATU News and McLoughlin Jeep and wanted to share their winnings. Leadership students picked Rosa Parks Elementary because they were inspired by the orchestra program, called Bravo, that the school just started in November. They hope that the contribution provides the instruments and resources for more students to get involved in music. During the presentation assembly the Rosa Parks orchestra played two songs for the band and, in turn, the band played for the orchestra.
First time District Champions and undefeated in league with a score of 166.685. Alexis Sabatini, Shannon Ross, Caleigh Lofstead, Tamaki Murata, Hope Ricther, Hannah Marquis, Gabrielle Bird, Ashley Carter, Riley Truitt and Emily Karkanen all will represent Camas at Regionals on Saturday a MT. Si in North Bend, Washington.
Camas High School freshman Shelby Chartrand qualifed for the 4A state bowling tournament Friday, at Tacoma Narrows Plaza Bowl. Photo by Dan Trujillo.
Shelby Chartrand will crash pins with the best bowlers in the state Friday, at Tacoma Narrows Plaza Bowl.
The 14-year-old Camas High School freshman finished in seventh place at the 4A district tournament Jan. 30, at Allen’s Crosley Lanes in Vancouver. She rolled games of 170, 174 and 183 for a 527 series.
“This is a really big opportunity,” Chartrand said. “Basically, what I did was have fun and bowl my game like it’s just a Saturday. It actually felt nice.”
Camas finished in fifth place at districts with a combined total of 3,424 points. Battle Ground won the six-team scramble with 4,104 points.
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