Seniors… Important Dates & Information

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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)

“One More Spin” Senior Caleigh Lofstead

Camas High School senior Caleigh Lofstead is enjoying her final season of gymnastics before attending Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, Tennessee, and competing in the pole vault.

Before vaulting to Vanderbilt University, Caleigh Lofstead is looking forward to one more spin on the floor, bars and beam with her best friends in Camas.

The longtime VEGA gymnast has become a natural pole vaulter for the Papermakers. She captured the state championship with a meet record height of 12 feet, 7 inches.

Lofstead attributes her success in track and field to gymnastics, and the years of training she’s received from coaches Carol Willson and Zdravko Stoianov. Forever thankful for their time and encouragement, she is going to give her all for these mentors one more time. Read more… (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)

Stuff the Bus 2015

Thank you all so very much for participating in this years amazing event that helps supports our local community. Our CHS community donated 50,500 pounds of food to the Stuff the Bus canned food drive, and our Friday’s Miracle Minute totaled nearly $1,100.  Nice work everyone! Congratulations to our top 4 classes and their collection efforts as well.  Way to go Papermakers!

Bohac – 4048
Marshall – 2155
Johnson – 1528
Williams – 1306

Fall GSHL 4A All-League Honors

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Defensive player of the year: Mason Minder
First Team – Sabine Postma MF, Perri Belzer Def, Anyssa DeVera Def
Second Team – Sarah Davidson FW, Maddie Kemp MF, Rylee MacDonald Def, Morgan Winston Def, Hannah Taie GK
Football
First Team Offense – Liam Fitzgerald QB, Jordan Del Moral RB, Jared Bentley WR,
Hunter Bruno WR, Blake Roy TE, Trevor Wochnick OL, Dakota Napierkowski OL
Defense First Team – Jarrin Webb DL, Michael Matthews LB, Blake Roy LB, Sean Ramage DB
Volleyball
First Team – Anna Roche OH/MB
Second Team – Keelie LeBlanc OH/MB, Aubrey Stanton S, Erika Weber DS
Boys Cross Country
First Team – Yacine Guermali, Adam Ryan, Dustin Zimmerly
Second Team – Daniel Maton, Nicholas Carter
Coach of the year – Laurie Porter
Girls Cross Country
First Team – Rachel Blair, Emma Jenkins, Maddie Woodson, Ellie Postma, Emily Wilson
Second Team – Kaylee Merritt, Madison Child
Girls Swimming
First Team – Hannah Clayton 200 free, Hannah Clayton 100 free
Second Team – Siobhan Choong 100 breast
Boys Tennis
First Team Singles – Spencer Kang
Second Team Doubles – Wilson Ho and Brian Wang
Boys Golf
First Team – Brian Humphreys
Second Team – Logan Miller, Adam Wourms

CHS Green Team Certification

The Camas High School Green Team has achieved Level 1 Certification as an Official Washington Green School. The attached picture of the ceremony includes, from left to right: Chloe Dunn, Hunter Crandall, Ali Coker, Trevor Gjerswold, and Bernadette Donald (the Environmental Outreach Specialist for WA Green Schools). Students focused last school year on reducing school waste and increasing recycling. Their efforts introduced washable plates and waste sorting tables at lunches. They are focusing this year on reducing energy use.