CHS Choir Director Named Regional Teacher of the Year
Camas High School music teacher Ethan Chessin was recently honored as ESD 112’s Regional Teacher of the Year. He has taught at CHS for the past seven years, and says he enjoys helping students see music as a means of communicating meaning, and not as a competition. Read more at the CW Post-Record
It is not so simple being the defending league champions with even higher expectations this volleyball season.
This was going to be the Camas Papermakers’ season to return to the state tournament after a two-year absence.
The Papermakers had another year of experience, another year of coaching, and just about all of their talent set to return. Read more at Clark County TODAY.com
Parking applications will be accepted from Juniors and Seniors beginning on their respective orientation dates and at the ASB office inside Camas High School after the school year begins. Click here to download the Parking Application.
With the addition of a new entrance at the North side of our campus (see map), CHS will have two parking areas available to students: North Student parking area, identified in Gray highlight; and South Student parking area, identified in Red highlight. Juniors and Seniors have the opportunity to choose which parking area to be assigned until the capacity for the parking area is full. Parking permits are color-coded for each parking area.
Info on the new, north entrance to CHS is posted here.
Last fall was quite the season for Camas High School sophomore Maddie Kemp. The striker set the school’s single-season goal scoring mark with 31, including the first goal in the Class 4A state championship game to help the Papermakers win their first title in a decade.
The awards came rolling in – the state’s coaches voted her Class 4A MVP, and she was selected a first-team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
You would think she would have a trophy wall at her house where her parents, Jeff and Kelly, proudly display their star daughter’s accomplishments.
Think again. Read the full story at Clark County Talk.