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Join Our Journalism Team!

The Camasonian Newspaper staff has open positions for the 2019-2020 school year!

Students who are accepted to our team are known for their hard work, positive attitude, participation in classes and/or great writing ability.

Former editor-in-chief Courtney Clemmer promotes a journalism fundraiser at a local business.

This class has both year-long or semester-long options and is dedicated to covering news in Camas for the school newspaper website and the end-of-year published Camasonian magazine.

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Students on a tour of The Columbian printer with the editor of the newspaper.

Journalism helps hone your skills ranging from writing to web design, public relations, photography, promotions, teamwork, publishing, and fundraising.  Each week, put your brain to the test and come up with stories that you want to write and students, staff and local families want to read. Op-eds, movie reviews, breaking news, controversial issues at CHS, sports and club coverage — you can let your voice be heard.

 

 

No matter your talents, there is always a place for you! 

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Former editor-in-chief Anna Walbruch and adviser Kate Hunting with investigative journalism guest speaker Kerry Tomlinson.

 

This class goes toward your required CTE credit. If you have any questions or would like to apply to forecast, please contact Mrs. Hunting at katherine.hunting@camas.wednet.edu.

Students learn about working with the green screen on a tour of KOIN-TV.
Students on set with the news director at KOIN-TV during a class field trip.

*The Camas School District #117 does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Every effort is made to ensure that all employment decisions are administered in accordance with the principles of equal opportunity.

 

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By Kate Gooding

In addition to advising the Camasonian program, Ms. Gooding teaches sophomore English at Camas High School. Her background prior to teaching is in journalism. She worked as a television news producer in southern California, as well as in the Portland area at KGW and KATU, and as a professional writer in Portland. She enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with her daughters, Gwen and Greta.

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