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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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Showing up for School

This year Camas High School has a new Code of Conduct. Attendance is a very big part of it so here is what persons of CHS need to know to be successful with attendance. This year CHS has two attendance ladies, Mrs. Jen Heredia, and Mrs. Jennifer Smith. If any questions come up the attendance ladies […]

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Procrastination Awareness Week

With only a certain amount of time during the day, it is important to do the most with it. Unfortunately, many people struggle with procrastination. According to Dictionary.com, procrastination can be described as putting off or delaying something that needs attention. During the month of March, the nation observes Procrastination Awareness week. Most people have procrastinated […]

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Ways to Stop Snoozing at School

In the Camasonian Newspaper’s continuing coverage of whether the Camas School District may push back school start times next year, here are some ways to help with staying awake at school for those early morning classes. The advice here will work differently for everyone, so try and see which works best for you! Try to […]