MST Double Vision

Spirit week here at Camas High School.  Who said the MST Magnet staff doesn’t have any spirit?  Mrs. Newman (left) and Mrs. Dean (right) show their school spirit.

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Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS)

Teacher & Student Applications are Available Now!

“Since 2006, Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) has been giving Washington state’s high school juniors and teachers the unique opportunity to explore educational and career pathways in the world of STEM while interacting with like-minded peers from across the state.

WAS participants will get an inside look at Washington’s aerospace industry and information about STEM educational and career pathways. In addition to being exposed to university level curriculum and content, teachers will also have opportunities to interact with STEM professionals, participate in tours of engineering and research facilities that are not available to the general public, and work with highly engaged and motivated peers.”

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MST APES Peer Mentor Lacamas Elementary Students

Mrs. Dean’s MST AP Environmental Science students peer mentor students at Lacamas, teaching the kids through fun activities (cotton ball shot put, right handed squeeze event, etc.) about key science concepts, including measuring and estimation using the metric system.  Go APES!

 

WSUV Engineering & Computer Science Information Night

Find out what a degree in Engineering or Computer Science will do for you!

WSU Vancouver is hosting an Engineering & Computer Science Information Night, 6 p.m,. Thursday, September 18, Engineering & Computer Science Building, room 105, WSU Vancouver campus. Free & open to the public … check it out!

MST9 Magnet Olympic Champions

It is tough being a Magneto. During our orientation we (the staff and elder Magnetos) put the youngins through a grueling competition. One group rose to the top and earned the title–Magnet Olympic Champions. In their honor, their names will be engraved on a plaque and placed on the champion trophy displayed in Mrs. Newman’s room.

David Connell, Thomas Kuzis (coach), Luke Bruno, Bailee Thompson, Ashley Miles, Jax Purwins, and Rhyan Montovino

David Connell, Thomas Kuzis (coach), Luke Bruno, Bailee Thompson, Ashley Miles, Jax Purwins, and Rhyan Montovino

 

Oct 21

MST Double Vision

Spirit week here at Camas High School.  Who said the MST Magnet staff doesn’t have any spirit?  Mrs. Newman (left) and Mrs. Dean (right) show their school spirit.

dean_newman_twins

Sep 30

Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS)

Teacher & Student Applications are Available Now!

“Since 2006, Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) has been giving Washington state’s high school juniors and teachers the unique opportunity to explore educational and career pathways in the world of STEM while interacting with like-minded peers from across the state.

WAS participants will get an inside look at Washington’s aerospace industry and information about STEM educational and career pathways. In addition to being exposed to university level curriculum and content, teachers will also have opportunities to interact with STEM professionals, participate in tours of engineering and research facilities that are not available to the general public, and work with highly engaged and motivated peers.”

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Sep 27

MST APES Peer Mentor Lacamas Elementary Students

Mrs. Dean’s MST AP Environmental Science students peer mentor students at Lacamas, teaching the kids through fun activities (cotton ball shot put, right handed squeeze event, etc.) about key science concepts, including measuring and estimation using the metric system.  Go APES!

 

Sep 11

WSUV Engineering & Computer Science Information Night

Find out what a degree in Engineering or Computer Science will do for you!

WSU Vancouver is hosting an Engineering & Computer Science Information Night, 6 p.m,. Thursday, September 18, Engineering & Computer Science Building, room 105, WSU Vancouver campus. Free & open to the public … check it out!

Sep 09

MST9 Magnet Olympic Champions

It is tough being a Magneto. During our orientation we (the staff and elder Magnetos) put the youngins through a grueling competition. One group rose to the top and earned the title–Magnet Olympic Champions. In their honor, their names will be engraved on a plaque and placed on the champion trophy displayed in Mrs. Newman’s room.

David Connell, Thomas Kuzis (coach), Luke Bruno, Bailee Thompson, Ashley Miles, Jax Purwins, and Rhyan Montovino

David Connell, Thomas Kuzis (coach), Luke Bruno, Bailee Thompson, Ashley Miles, Jax Purwins, and Rhyan Montovino

 

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