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Walking Out 19 Years After Columbine

Today marks the 19-year anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in  Littleton, Colorado. It also marks a day of organized walkouts at schools across the country. While students at thousands of schools participated in today’s walkout to protest violence in schools, here at CHS, administrators say no students walked out of class. Last month, […]

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is not Veteran’s Day. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. But now, too many people “celebrate” the day without more than a casual thought to the purpose and meaning of the day. How do we […]

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Credit Where It’s Due

A look into the meaning behind National Board Certification While teachers have many moments of unsung heroism and recognition well deserved, one of the more prestigious honors that a handful of Camas High School instructors hold is the National Board Certification;  misunderstood and vastly undervalued by many students, this qualification is equally hard to obtain […]

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National Honor Society Releases Applications

Spring has sprung and National Honor Society is looking new members! This fantastic club is now taking applications for the 2017-2018 school year! This club is on the search for motivated scholars with a desire to help the community and spread their leadership and optimism throughout the high school.  Between blood drives, donation collections and […]

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Austin Fogel: Constantly Excel-ing

It is no secret that Camas High School is home to an array of immensely talented people; Sophomore Austin Fogel is no exception to this. Last year, Fogel competed in a series of Microsoft processing competitions, eventually taking him all the way to Florida, where he placed sixth at the national level for Excel. In […]