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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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Discover Recovery Rehabilitation Center Status

At the start of February, Discover Recovery, a substance abuse treatment center bought the Fairgate Estate near Dorothy Fox Elementary. It was a previous assisted living facility, now it’s a 15-bed in-patient drug treatment facility. This in-patient facility has one other location set up at Long Beach, Washington. With both holistic and clinical treatments, on […]

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Gratitude In The Age Of COVID

Camas went into quarantine about one year ago. In mid-March of 2020, Camas High School students entered a period of uncertainty, with many not sure what was going to happen or when students could enter school again. One year later, quarantine is still present in Camas High School, and after a short two days of […]

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Dr. Snell Accepts Vancouver Superintendent Position

Camas School District Superintendent Dr. Jeff Snell accepted the Vancouver School District Superintendent position on March 3. Snell started his career in Vancouver and spent 15 years there as a teacher, coach, and principal. He has been superintendent in Camas for the past 5 years, after serving as deputy superintendent for five years before that. […]

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Black History Month Feature: Dr. Charlene Williams

Camas School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Charlene Williams expressed what Black History Month means to her. “Black History Month is a start. It is a necessary step to begin to remedy the years of mis- and disinformation about our past. Black History Month allows us to pause to recognize our true history, one that includes […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine In The Community

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the main focus of 2020 and the transmission rate does not seem to be slowing down. Many Americans have lost loved ones to this contagious virus, but with the recent distribution of a vaccine, there is hope that this is the beginning of the end. The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine was […]

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Fall Focus: What’s Ahead for Camas Schools?

Clark County restrictions may soon lighten up a bit, but there is still no end in sight for the Coronavirus pandemic. And as the bizarre end-of-year online learning wraps up, the debate over whether school will resume next fall in person or remain online is coming into focus. On April 6, Washington Governor Jay Inslee […]

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CSD Provides Important Services for Students

Since the beginning of the self-quarantine order, schools and students have had to adapt a lot. However, the cancellation of school also means the cancellation of school lunches served at noon and access to the internet for some students in the Camas School District. Fortunately, the District has enough funding and resources to continue offering […]