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The Beginning of Spring and Winter Sports Seasons

The students and coaches at Camas High School are very excited to kick off the 2021 winter and spring sports seasons, which, because of COVID-19, had not taken place in over a year.  Jon Eagle, strength training teacher and boys head track coach here at CHS, says the best part of being back is seeing […]

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What Happens When A Student Is Sick At School?

Going to school with a stomachache used to be a reason to get out of class and go to the health room, but now it may be a good enough excuse to go home. When a student is sick, whether it’s a stuffy nose or a sore throat, it could be a reason their day, […]

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State Testing Update

With this hectic year proving to be difficult for students and teachers because of COVID-19, state testing in the 2021 school year will not be held at Camas High School but instead, postponed until the fall of 2021-2022 school year. However, there are still unknowns about how state testing will occur in the fall, like, […]

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Class of 2021 Graduation

The number of days students of the graduation class of 2021 have until a new chapter of the book called life opens is beginning to dwindle. The reality that they will never experience high school again is beginning to settle in, for better or for worse. The Camas High School graduation date is set for […]

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Student Feelings Towards Available Vaccinations

As of April 15, Camas High School students who are 16 years and older are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Many students are eager and at the same time excited to get vaccinated. It would significantly reduce their chances of catching COVID-19 and spreading the highly infectious disease around. Students have many thoughts and […]

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Student Opinions On The Schedule

Camas High School has changed its schedule yet again. Going from students coming in person only twice a week, to upping the student intake to four times a week. With another change to the schedule, a round of opinions from students comes along with it. So this time, what do some of these students think […]

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BLM Protests Sparked over Daunte Wright’s Murder Shake The Community

After the massive BLM protests and riots that started after George Floyd’s death on May 25th, 2020, many thought the worst was over, but more events continued to occur. On April 11th, 2021 only ten miles away from the courthouse where Dereck Chauvin’s trial took place, Daunte Wright was fatally shot during a traffic stop […]

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Aircraft Crashes In Camas’ Grove Field

Wednesday afternoon, citizens and fellow members of the aviation community in Camas were shocked to hear that a 1941 BT-13 aircraft crashed into the hangar at the northwestern end of Grove Field, located about 3 miles north of Camas.  The pilot, 69-year-old Mark Lewallen passed away and the passenger was injured, now in a local […]