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Fun Covid Friendly Holiday Activities

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought forth many challenges in 2020, including the extension of the second lockdown in Washington state. Many people have had to change their holiday plans due to restrictions on gatherings. Camas High School students and staff shared some ways that families can have holiday fun while obeying safety guidelines. The year […]

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Halloween Festivities: What Will They Look Like This Year?

The annual Boo Bash, which takes place in Downtown Camas, has been canceled this year due to worries about COVID-19. This is a beloved October tradition where kids dress up in their Halloween costumes and trick or treat at the shops downtown. CHS student Britain McGill said, “I don’t think (the cancellation) is that big […]

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Senior Traditions

The last year of high school can be a drag but having days to spend time with family and friends can help the insanity of boredom. This is why the students and staff of Camas High School work hard to create lasting events for the seniors and their family. “The purpose of these events is […]

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Classroom Traditions: Cooking and Donuts

With how large Camas High School is, there have been many traditions created over the years by teachers and students alike. Here are a couple of the traditions that have popped up here at CHS. History teacher Mr. Gregory Plitt’s AP Government classes bring donuts every Friday for a tradition known as Donut Friday. A […]