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Students Working During The Pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the stress relating to school has gone up for many students. Camas High School students who work are having to balance online school and their jobs at the same time. The number of students at CHS who are working or are currently looking for jobs is increasing, and right now it […]

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How Will Finals Look This Year?

With the well-known state of COVID-19, Camas High School students are wondering what the new year will bring for remote learning and how this might affect finals. The staff gave an idea of what finals will look like, how they will play out, and a few different strategies teachers will be using this year.  Finals […]

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Teacher Appreciation

As the school year starts to come to an end, Camas High School students and staff recap some of their most memorable moments made on campus. Everyone knows how stressed students get towards the end of the year, however, many often wonder: do the teachers also get stressed towards the end of the school year? […]

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Slacking on Sleep?

The average amount of sleep needed for teens is 8-10 hours, but as the year goes on, with the stress of friends, homework, and any extra at home interactions, more and more teens get less sleep. Generally, teens are at fault for getting the least amount of sleep. But at the beginning of the year they […]

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Things you can talk about with High School Counselor

Throughout high school, students visit their high school counselors for various reasons consisting mainly of “Help with college applications, recommendations, school, and to talk about life as well” (Lisette Rinnen). While these are prevalent dilemmas that initially draw students to a counselor’s office, there is so much more a high school counselor can do for […]

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How to cope with the stress

With the new school year currently underway, staff and students alike are experiencing many forms of anxiety and stress. Some stress is good for the body but the amount of stress put on the average high school student is astronomical compared to earlier generations. To help combat this force, here are a few tips to […]

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Get Your Yoga On

Ella Neumann, a senior at Camas High School, has a goal for her senior project: she wants to impact CHS in a positive, inspiring way. So, she is setting up a time and place for teachers and students to meet up and learn yoga. Ella, as well as some guest teachers, will lead the sessions. […]

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AP Tests Around the Corner: Dealing with Stress

With AP tests right around the corner, stress is in the air. Luckily, there are many ways for stressed out students to tackle the stress monster. One of the easiest ways to tackle stress is exercise. Though it may not seem like taking more time away from homework is the best idea, taking half an […]