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Internet Issues at School

Over the past month or so, Camas High school staff and students have been experiencing ongoing tech, wifi, and internet issues, which has been another obstacle added to this already strange year. CHS Freshman Vance Gooch, says, “It (the internet issues) has been pretty annoying. Sometimes it (the wifi) works and other times it doesn’t.” […]

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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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The Effect of Remote Learning On Mental Health

Schools around the nation are seeing drastic drops in student’s grades, and increasing rates of anxiety and depression.  Over twenty students and teachers at Camas High school admitted that they all feel more anti-social, more stressed, and have seen dropping grades. While some students may enjoy the perks of remote learning, and even feel as […]

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CHS Drumline Moves Back Indoors

Recently, Camas High School has started sending their students back to school in their hybrid learning schedule. This has been a recent bonus for students in musical programs because they are now able to practice and perform together. One such group would be the Camas drumline. The members of the drumline are starting to practice […]

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A Familiar Face In A New Place

Former member of Camas High School’s security team, Sean Tamura, transitioned to the role of career counselor this year. He took the place of Amira Onuoha who now works as a counselor in the Battle Ground School District. Tamura enjoys his new role, but he misses the daily interaction with students. He said, “It feels […]

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Teachers And Students Preparing For AP Exams

As Advanced Placement Exams are approaching at Camas High School, many students and teachers are beginning to prepare for them. However, with the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has created many obstacles for both staff and students. With the limited amount of time that the remote learning schedule provides for student and teacher interaction, […]

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Black History Month Feature: Carlin Washington

Camas High School science teacher Carlin Washington expressed what Black History Month means to him. “Black History month to me is an opportunity to acknowledge an underrepresented culture that has had significant contributions to society.  It is a chance to celebrate with that culture and embrace the differences of another group of people.” Washington listed […]

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CHS Student Aviators

Camas High School is filled with a plethora of talented students that can make the school give off a healthy competitive feel. However, for CHS Seniors Matthew Brown and Kevin Simpson, they are pioneers for a new talent, aviation. Brown has always been interested in the art of aviation but did not get into the […]