Chartrand Rolls to 3rd Place @ Districts

Shelby Chartrand (left) celebrates with her teammates during the district meet Friday.(Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)

Shelby Chartrand cheered the loudest, and finished in the top three at the district meet Friday.
The Camas High School junior led the Papermakers to some their highest baker games of the season, as well as a fifth-place finish.
“That was amazing. We had so much fun,” Chartrand said. “My teammates pumped me up and kept me going. As they kept cheering, any negative thing in my mind just went away.” Read more at the Post Record

Camas Swimmers Rule the Southwest

Camas High School freshman Eric Wu won all four of his events at the Southwest Washington Invitational Saturday, in Longview. He also improved his state qualifying time in the 200-meter individual medley to 2:00.95. (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)

The Camas High School boys swimming team put the finishing touches on a perfect season by winning the Southwest Washington Invitational Saturday, in Longview.

The Papermakers racked up 602.5 points to win the 16-school meet. Mountain View was second with 545, Mark Morris third with 504 and Union fourth with 311. Read more at the Post Record

Call for Entries: Student Film Festival


Yeah, having your schoolwork posted on the fridge at home is cool. But having a video you made posted on the Camas School District website and screened at the Liberty Theatre in downtown Camas? We think that’s pretty cool, too. That’s why we’re excited to announce the second annual Camas School District Student Film Festival: a video contest created just for K-12 students, and whose finalists will have their short films shown at the Liberty Theatre. Finalist videos may also be featured on the District website, YouTube channel, and social media pages.

Contest ends February 15, 2016.
Click here to download the Official Rules.

Rise Makers

Tanner Fogle nailed a 3-pointer with seven seconds left on the clock of a tie game to help the Camas boys basketball team beat Evergreen 58-56 Jan. 19. (Photo courtesy of Kris Cavin)

The Papermaker Warehouse was bursting at the seams with love for basketball Friday night. The Camas High School boys pushed the defending and unbeaten league champions to the brink, before the Union Titans escaped with a 58-54 victory.

The Papermakers trailed by 12 points after the first quarter, but trimmed it down to one in the last minute. Read more at the Post Record

Seniors… Important Dates & Information


Senior Parents and Seniors,
It is hard to believe that it was 13 years ago our seniors started their public education with the first day of kindergarten. Now as Graduation Day rapidly approaches, a major phase in your lives (both students and parents) is about to come to an end. This is an exciting and busy time for all of us. As we approach Graduation Day on June 10th, there are many key events and activities which will be taking place. Please mark the following important dates on your calendar.  To view the full calendar of events and activities click here.

Fast times out of the gate…

Tom Utas scored 96 points to lead the field of 80 swimmers at the Sprint Pentathlon Saturday, in Longview. The Camas High School junior won three events, and qualified for state in the 100-meter breaststroke and the 50 freestyle.

Flooding in Longview and a landslide on I-5 postponed the first meet of the season twice, but the Papermakers just kept swimming.

When boys teams from Camas and 13 other high schools gathered for the Sprint Pentathlon Saturday, at the Dick Mealy Memorial Pool in Longview, it didn’t take long for Tom Utas and Mark Kim to set state qualifying times. Nineteen Camas swimmers qualified for districts. Read more… (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)