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CHS Schedule Change Moves In-Person Learning To Four Days A Week

Just as the students and staff of Camas High School were getting acclimated to the new hybrid schedule after a turbulent start, a new set of CDC rules were put into play. This means the mostly empty hallways of CHS will double the number of people on campus each week.  In an email sent out […]

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Different Proposals For Hybrid Learning

As school districts across Washington state are moving towards hybrid learning, lawmakers are proposing different solutions to lower the risk of COVID-19 transmission at school. Some of the proposals however are less favorable than others like Republican Senator Brad Hawkins’s proposal of swapping spring and summer break to allow for more people to get vaccinated.  […]

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The Final Stretch

The school year is nearing its end, and with the final weeks comes a lot of work. Some students may be fading and they are just trying to make it through the rest of the year. With all the work, students may feel overwhelmed and just give up. With less than two months of school […]

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SBAC Schedule: A Breakdown

Once again, the Camas High School schedule will blow up for Smarter Balanced testing — this time for sophomores to test in math. Earlier in April, students had a week of block scheduling for English testing, and now it is time to do it again: long classes for students, long classes to plan for the […]

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Adapting to Maker Time

Students talk about their after-school plans as pens and pencils scratch on paper. A few of the students actually decide to work on their homework that they didn’t finish for their next period class. The teacher casually reminds the students on their cell phones that their project is due tomorrow, but no one puts down […]

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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 […]

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Winter Weather

After many dry and warm winter months, severe winter weather hit the Camas area. This means missing school and a few late-start days. Abrupt changes to the school schedule can cause questions and disagreement among students, their families, staff and the whole community. One of the most common questions is about how these decisions are […]

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Getting Rid of Summer?

During the dawn of public education, farmers needed their children to work the crops during the summer, so schools needed to take a break. Summer vacation is also the cause of the mid-20s lack of air conditioning in school facilities, the fear of summertime disease transmission, and the timeless desire to mimic the vacation habits […]