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Remote Learning Reflection of the Hybrid Learning Change

As Camas High School (CHS) advanced to hybrid learning since March of 2021 due to COVID-19 case rates decreasing, in-person learning becomes an option for students who prefer it over remote learning, and others continue to learn remotely. But, this change impacts remote students in many different ways including both pros and cons. Based on […]

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Student Reflection of Memorable Moments in Past School Year

The past 2020-2021 year has been a memorable one for many students at Camas High School (CHS) as they recall the moments that have stuck with them most. Whether it be related to politics, extracurricular activities, school, (etc.), students recognize how memorable this year has been for them. When a group of students was asked […]

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CHS Open Campus Lunch

At Camas High School (CHS) students do not get the choice to leave campus for the lunch period. CHS is also not near any restaurants where students can get to and from within the 30 minute time period.  It makes it even trickier with COVID-19 because now CHS staff members have to consider contact tracing. […]

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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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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 […]

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Behind the Eyes of a Camas Writer

This December, Camas’ bronze statue dog, Millie, was able to come to life through the Downtown Camas Association’s For the Love of Winter- Stories to Warm your Heart event. Seth Sjostrom, a husband, father, serial entrepreneur, and author brought the story to paper.  Sjostrom has been in the Pacific Northwest since college and currently resides […]

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New COVID-19 Guidelines Recap

With the onset of winter break, everyone is overjoyed to be able to spend a couple of weeks off. Whether it is skiing down Mt. Hood or watching Christmas movies non-stop until New Years’, many people will be spending these two weeks with friends and family. A month ago, Governor Inslee announced several new safety […]