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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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Staff Edition: Embarrassing Zoom And Classroom Moments

Throughout the 2020-2021 school year, the majority of Camas High School staff has been teaching classes remotely. Through the trying times, they have still‌ been able to find some joy and laughter in the little things. Staff reflected on a few of their most embarrassing moments over Zoom and contrasted them with some of their […]

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Everybody Has A Story: Lily Walsh

Camas High School Junior Lily Walsh is someone who loves singing and acting. When they arrived at CHS their freshmen year they engrossed themselves fully in the Theatre scene. Even though they became more involved with theatre in middle school and high school the passion for it started early.  The love of theatre and singing […]

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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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The Future for Remote Learning

With COVID-19 cases on the rise and no vaccines widely available, most students in the Camas School District should prepare for more remote learning. CSD Superintendent Dr. Jeff Snell hosted a meeting on November 10th, to provide teachers with a clear idea of what to expect within the coming months. “We’re continuing to trend up […]

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How Art and Design Classes Are Operating Remotely

Even with the uncertainty of the 2020-2021 school year, many students still decided to forecast for the well-liked art and design classes offered at Camas High School. Due to the continuation of remote learning, quite a few of these classes have proven to be more difficult than in previous years. CHS website design, architecture, engineering/CAD, […]

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How CHS Band, Choir, and Theater Are Operating Remotely

This year, extracurricular activities and elective classes are online just like all other classes. Questions were raised about how Camas High School would continue classes, such as choir, band, and theatre remotely. Creating props at home, memorizing songs through videos, and discussing what makes someone a good musician have all become the new norm for […]