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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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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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Reactions to Spring Allergies

Sneezes, sniffles, and stuffy noses in April, all part of the yearly gifts spring give to people with allergies. With the COVID outbreak, one sneeze can be a reason to move away from someone. Of course, a sneeze doesn’t always mean COVID, but it varies from case to case. How have people been reacting to […]

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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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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 […]

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Remote Learning Workload Adjustments

 At Camas High School, both students and staff have felt the pressure through the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year. Staff have been doing all they can to accommodate their students when it comes to schoolwork.   Biology teacher Cory Marshall said, “It (the workload) is incredibly less. There is so much we are simply […]

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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 […]