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Freshmen’s First In-Person Experiences at CHS

Freshmen at Camas High School had a very interesting first year, which began with remote learning, transitioned to two days of in-person school per week, then shifted to four days of school per week.   CHS Freshman, Sophia Rundle said, “I really enjoyed coming back to in-person school as I hated Zoom. The school was also […]

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2021 Senior Graduation Plans

As the school year is coming to an end, the 2021 class of seniors are getting ready for Grad night, and are prepping for after graduation plans with family, friends, and classmates. Chloe Parker, a CHS Senior talks about her plans for this upcoming graduation. She said, ¨I am planning on going to graduation and […]

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Water Scarcity And The Issues That Surround It

Hundreds of millions of people around the world lack proper access to one of life’s most basic necessities: clean water. Despite the fact that government and relief organizations have assisted many people living in water-stressed areas gain access in recent years, the situation is expected to worsen as a result of the negative impacts of […]

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Student’s Theories from Movies and T.V. Shows

Over the course of the quarantine, students have had lots of time to watch movies and T.V. shows while stuck at home. Because of the amount of time spent sinking in these stories, some students have come up with some interesting theories about these T.V. shows and movies. One of these theories comes from CHS […]

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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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Zoom’s Fate With Next School Years Schedule

It is uncertain what next year’s school schedule will be but Camas High School students, teachers, and staff are swarming with hopes and expectations. Some prefer four days a week in school, while others have been doing their best remotely. The majority of students at CHS are attending school in person with a handful of […]

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Senior Family Day

In a normal year, there are many senior events before graduation. Due to COVID-19 a major change that will be observed this year has to do with Senior Family Day. These events at CHS for the seniors are a way of commemorating the hard work and dedication that these students have put in over the […]

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Are Students Following The Safety Rules?

Throughout the entire year, schools have slowly been bringing their students back to in-person school. Camas High School started with a 2 days a week hybrid schedule to test the waters of the coming back. As it turned out to be successful, the school finally decided to bring all the students back to a 4 […]