Features Health Students

How to Prevent Burnout

As the difficult 2021 school year come close to the end, many are experiencing burnout and struggling to finish these last weeks on a positive note.  After going through over a year of online school littered with the tumultuous google meets, and then coming back to zoom classes for hours a day, Camas High School […]

Camas Features Students

CHS Traffic Levels With Students Back In The Building

In years past, if you asked a Camas High School student the most annoying part of their day, the answer would be the traffic. Students have to leave significantly earlier to make it to class on time due to congestion, and spend extra time after the last bell rings to return home.  Over the summer, […]

A&E Camas Community Features Students Teachers

How CHS Is Celebrating Mother’s Day

The annual Mother’s Day celebration is just around the corner, taking place this Sunday. Students and teachers alike share what their plans are to appreciate the mothers in their lives.  CHS student, Elijah Dunlop shares that they have simple plans. He said he’s “Just taking my mom out to eat.” Other students are keeping it […]

Features Uncategorized

Meet Doug Hood: Interim Superintendent

After Dr. Snell announced he would be leaving his position as the Superindent for Camas School District, Doug Hood stepped up to the plate as the Camas Interim Superintendent for the 2021-2022 school year.  Hood has been working in the Camas School District for three years, starting in 2018. Previously to this, he has been […]

Camas Features Students Teachers

Update On CHS’s Four Days Of In-Person Learning Schedule

As the dust settles in staff and students’ minds over the announcement that school will bump up to four days a week of in-person learning, more questions and concerns arise, pressing school leaders to quickly rebuild what school will look like now. District leaders announced new CDC guidelines that allow a three-foot rule between students, […]

Award Shows Features

2021 Oscar Nominations Make History

After many delays caused by the coronavirus, the 93rd Oscar ceremony will take place on Sunday, April 25th. Besides being the first Oscars taking in the palace in the midst of a pandemic, it is accompanied by many other firsts and twists.  “Mank” leads the nominations with a stunning ten nominations. Leading behind with six […]

Camas Movie Reviews Movies TV Shows

What Are CHS Students Watching?

As the pandemic has progressed, many Camas High School students have found themselves consuming more media than usual. Being confined to their house, and classes being online, has provided the perfect excuse for binging and discovering new movies and TV shows.   CHS student Lily Walsh said, “I like WandaVision because I watch it with my family, […]

Camas Prom

CHS Prom Status

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt on almost all activities, including prom. However, safety restrictions are easing up as case numbers continue to trend down in Clark County. With school beginning to partially open, and a vaccine rollout beginning, people are wondering if prom will be able to happen. Camas High […]