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Silver Lining: Linthwaite

Through the end of the 2019-2020 school year, The Camasonian staff would like to share CHS staff and students’ “silver linings”, those things that make quarantine life more bearable as the school year winds down. Social Studies Teacher Eric Linthwaite says: Most of my silver linings will be like everyone’s: sleeping in, time with family, […]

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Silver Lining: Bohac and Downs

Through the end of the 2019-2020 school year, The Camasonian staff would like to share CHS staff and students’ “silver linings”, those things that make quarantine life more bearable as the school year winds down. Math Teacher Alan Bohac says: What has been your silver lining personally during quarantine? My silver lining has been extra […]

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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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What’s Up With Testing? An AP, SAT/ACT and CHS Breakdown

AP tests? SATs? Course finals? Students and families have a number of questions around testing now that schools are closed and remote learning is in place. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, The College Board, colleges, and school districts across the country are working on plans to make testing reasonable for everyone.  For starters, […]

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Missing A Social Life: Students React to School Closure

Since Governor Jay Inslee announced that for the rest of the school year, students will have to take their classes online due to COVID-19, a lot of students are realizing just how much they enjoyed being in the halls of Camas High School. The closure is actually bad news for many students who enjoyed going […]

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District Turns Buses Into Wi-Fi Hotspots

Since schools closed across the state, students and teachers alike have scrambled to make online learning work. But what about those students who never had internet access, even during the regular school year? Enter school bus Wi-Fi hotspots. District leaders first ensured every Camas School District student in grades 3 through 12 received a school-issued […]

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Maintaining Mental Health Through A Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak means school is closed through the end of the year with no known return date, and this lack of structure and a world filled with unknowns can really do a number on a person’s psyche. Maintaining mental wellness is critical for both students and staff during these times of uncertainty. “It’s easy […]

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Class of 2020 Advice: Mrs. Fuller

Let me start by saying to the Class of 2020 that I love you! I am speaking to you with two perspective ”hats’’: one as a teacher at CHS and one as a mom of a senior in this year’s graduating class. (Sigh) Oh, what a year it has been with many ups and downs! […]