MST Magnet Team

Author's details

Date registered: August 10, 2011
URL: http://schools.camas.wednet.edu/mstmagnet/

Biography

Sam Greene is the primary editor of the website via this login.

Latest posts

  1. We’ve Moved! — September 18, 2017
  2. Imagine This! — May 22, 2017
  3. Rising Seniors Placed in M.I.T. Summer Program — May 3, 2017
  4. Magnet Night of Service at CCFB — April 26, 2017
  5. Magnet Promo Video — April 17, 2017

Author's posts listings

Sep 18

We’ve Moved!

As of 09/18/17, the new address for the CHS MST Magnet website will be: http://chsmstmagnet.com/ Please update your records. This old site will stay active for the foreseeable future to preserve some of the old content, but all future updates will happen via the new address. Thank you!

May 22

Imagine This!

This past weekend about 28 of our freshmen and sophomore Magnetos and four MST staff loaded up the big yellow limousine and took the long sojourn to Washington State University to compete in the annual Imagine Tomorrow science competition. Our students did very well this year. If you’re not familiar with the event, the organizers more »

May 03

Rising Seniors Placed in M.I.T. Summer Program

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Rising MST seniors Noah Thompson and Daniel Fan participated this winter and spring in pre-requisite, online coursework via the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as one step in their goal of earning placement in the prestigious Beaver Works Summer Institute to be held over four weeks on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. We just received more »

Apr 26

Magnet Night of Service at CCFB

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On Tuesday, April 25th, about 50 Magnet students and staff took a break from preparing for AP tests and showed up at the Clark County Food Bank in Vancouver to engage in some community service.  The team of freshmen through senior students worked together to sort and pack various dry good products for distribution to local families. more »

Apr 17

Magnet Promo Video

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The District asked us to come up with a short video that makes use of our students in describing the program, its benefits, whether or not to apply if you’re on the fence, etc.  We asked the questions, the kids answered them.  Here’s our finished product.  Thank you, Magnet student ambassadors for your help with more »

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