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Congratulations to the Class of 2022!!! We are so proud of you and can’t wait to see where your path takes you next. Graduation was a wonderful celebration of your accomplishment! Click HERE for the video of the ceremony.
We hope our Renegades have a safe and fun summer! Our office will be open until 6/24/22 by appointment only. We will reopen on August 15th. School starts on August 29th. If you have an immediate needs over summer, please contact district office at 360-335-3000. Kristi Thomas/Admin. Secretary will check emails periodically through summer, so feel free to email questions.
Please see below upcoming events at Clark College.
Make Art, Not Trash: Hayes students make art to educate about pervasive plastic pollution.
The “Make Art, Not Trash” public art project will be unveiled as a permanent installation at Hayes Freedom High School on Earth Day 2022. Conceived as a Camas Educational Foundation grant-funded project in early 2020, written by Hayes art teacher Miranda Wakeman, students have collaborated over the last two years to create an impressive triptych to send a message about the pervasiveness of plastic pollution. Environmental science classes learned about how plastics have made their way into animal and human food chains, with micro and nanoplastic now found widely in human stool and blood samples. The first phase of attention getting artwork design and creation is complete; phase two will involve more students creating infographics about the issues, and education about what people can do to help. The artwork will be unveiled on the hallway wall at 1pm on April 22nd, 2022. Plywood was generously donated by Mr. Plywood in Portland, laser cutting done by Bearded Boy Design, framing by Integration Workshop. For more information about this continuing project, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Click HERE to watch a video on the project.
Parents and students that are interested in attending Hayes Freedom in the fall are invited to come to our informational meeting on Thursday, March 24th, at 6:00pm.
*****We are taking applications for fall freshman enrollment.
Did you know that Hayes Freedom High School is an innovative school of choice for ninth-twelfth grade students?
Hayes Freedom High School was founded on the principle that not all students thrive in a large, comprehensive high school environment. If your student may benefit from any of the following hallmarks of HFHS, she or he might want to get to know us!
Hayes Freedom High School offers:
• Small class sizes; usually about 20 students per class.
• Longer, intensely focused classes; students take three 1:40 core classes with a 30 minute advisory each day. This allows students more time with teachers, time to work on projects in
class, and a deeper understanding of material.
• Intentional, project-based learning; Hayes students are encouraged by teachers to approach assignments and projects in creative ways focusing on the learning styles of individual
• Strong relationships; with only a maximum of 200 students and ten teachers, students will have the same teachers for several subjects over time. This cultivates a tight-knit community
where students know teachers and teachers know students. Attending Hayes is like joining a family “where everybody knows your name.”
Students and parents are invited to come to Hayes Freedom High School to find out about our program. Please call Kristi Thomas at 360-833-5600 to schedule an appointment.
Want to learn more about Clark College Running Start Program? Please plan on attending one of their virtual meetings. Information can be found on the below flyer.
Jostens gave a senior presentation on January 13th going over the ordering information for graduation announcements, class rings, cap and gowns, as well as other senior items.
Orders should be turned in by February 1st. Ordering now guarantees the lower price as well as not having to put a deposit down. Orders placed after this date might be subject to higher prices and payment in full. Order forms can be dropped off at the front desk (print out your order form), or you can order on-line . Online orders will require a deposit.
If purchasing a cap and gown becomes a problem for your family, please contact Kristi Thomas at 360-833-5600. Remember, no deposit is required at this time, so please get your order in.
Graduation is a tremendous accomplishment and we wish all our soon-to-be graduates great success.
Below is a list of important dates and information for the Class of 2022!
Yearbooks can only be purchased through the Picaboo site. You will NOT be able to order through school until the end of the year when we have a small extra supply.
Order online now through May 21st. You can also choose to personalize 4 pages and the back cover for FREE!
Order a hardcover yearbook for $25 or softcover for $15. It will be delivered to you at school in June, before graduation.
SENIORS : Please submit your preferred yearbook portrait to Mr. Johnson via email by April 29th, or your school ID photo will be used.
PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF SENIORS : If you are interested in purchasing a Senior Ad in the yearbook to celebrate your student’s accomplishments.
Cost: Options : 1/4 page=$10, 1/2 page=$20, full page layout=$30.
- If you would like us to help create your ad, please contact Mr. Johnson at Kelly.Johnson@camas.wednet.edu to submit photos and/or text. If you select this option, click HERE to pay online or bring check or cash to the front office.
Students who missed Picture Day on September 7th or would like to retake photos will need to be here October 18th for retakes.
If dissatisfied with previous photos, students must bring back the original order on Retake Day to avoid an additional charge.