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Intro to Foods in COVID

Cooking, baking, and eating-all three are fundamentals of the Intro to Foods class at Camas High School. Baking cookies and handing out homemade muffins are both key activities for the class. But COVID restrictions have seriously put a damper on the class’s privileges. The CDC says that when masks are off, 6 feet of space […]

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Running Start: An Overview

Running start is a program where juniors and seniors can take Clark College classes for both college and high school credits. For some students, this opportunity can be life-changing. The state of Washington subsidizes the cost of the classes for the student’s accessibility, which gives students an opportunity to earn college credits at a cheaper […]

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Film and Video in Class

A 30 person set of faces observes a YouTube video playing at the front of class. This is something that, even just 15 years ago, would have been out of place. But today film and video in class is prevalent across multiple different subjects and teachers. Film and video provides a unique approach to educating […]

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Home and Economic Classes at CHS

High School prepares students for the future academically, but does not always prepare them with the life skills they need to take care of themselves. To ease this, CHS has electives such as Introduction to Foods that teach students basic life skills. It is then up to the student to decide if they need to […]

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Unlocking the Secrets

Students everywhere are deciding against using lockers to store their school supplies in. They are consciously choosing to carry around pounds worth of textbooks and notebooks around all day. Students get a choice on whether or not they want a locker when they attend orientation before the school year starts. Mrs. Brandy Reed, the administrative […]

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Selecting English Books

English classes have involved reading novels and various other books for a long time. The current lineup of books features engaging and often socially relevant stories; this brings forth the question, how do these books get selected? As well as inviting curiosity into how students and teachers view their reading materials. At Camas High School, […]

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Wanted: TAs at CHS

Each year, a myriad of teachers at CHS seek out students to act as assistants in order to get work done faster and with more ease; despite this, TA positions often remain unfilled. As senior Sami Walters says, teachers “always need TAs and people to help; I knew Mrs. Hovig always needs TAs.” So what […]

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Maker Time Refresh

On the 28th of January, the start of the second semester at CHS, administrators decided to change the school schedule, altering the way Maker Time functions. Instead of being held after sixth period, the new schedule has it preceding sixth period. But that is not the only change: students now need passes from teacher to leave […]