Our 8th grade students are looking forward to their future as CHS Papermakers! Our Skyridge and Liberty PTO’s have partnered in offering a special t-shirt and/or hoodie spirit wear opportunity for our Class of 2015. Details are shown on the order form (below). Orders are due May 19 so that delivery can occur prior to the 8th grade assembly and optional dance happening at CHS on June 2.
Skyridge Middle School’s Reese Pathak is one of four local teen composers featured at the Hearing the Future concert!
The Camas School District offers a Pre-Advanced Placement (Pre-AP) program for Language Arts and Social Studies (LA/SS) and Advanced Math at the middle-school level. Both programs reflect high academic expectations and are available for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students. Click the link below to read more and complete the interest form.
What will be covered? Our parent education night will focus on:
- Current drug and alcohol trends and issues affecting Camas kids
- Results from the Fall 2010 Healthy Youth Survey
- District drug & alcohol curriculum and tobacco prevention program
- Resources available to Camas parents
… and featuring the following presenters:
- Glenn Hartman and Linda Hutchins, CSD Drug and Alcohol Intervention Specialists
- Sherrie Geiger, Skyridge MS Health Teacher
- Rachel Williams, CHS Health Teacher
- Detective from the Clark County Drug Task Force
- Students involved in the CHS Prevention Club
- Drug and Alcohol Treatment Professionals
Who should attend? Any CSD Parent or member of community member who is interested in protecting the health of Camas youth should attend.
When is it? Wednesday, April 20, from 6:30 – 8:00 PM
Where will it take place? CHS Library
We hope you are able to attend this year’s Parent Education Night. This will be an informative evening that both students and parents will find relevant and useful.
Satya Hariharan, a seventh-grade student at Skyridge Middle School, won third place at the Washington State level of the 2011 National Geographic Bee Competition which was held on Friday, April 1, at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. Following Satya’s school-level win in January, he took a written test and qualified to participate at the state level which included 100 fourth- to eighth-grade students from across Washington. Through rounds of elimination the number decreased to ten and then narrowed to a final three. The final contenders completed four difficult rounds of competition. Satya received a $50 reward and “The Complete National Geographic” on DVD in recognition of his outstanding performance.
We had 185 athletes turn out for track on Monday! We are so pleased to have a newly refurbished track this year. This marks the first year we’ll have our home track meets here instead of at Doc Harris.
We know you won’t want to miss a meet, so here is the schedule:
- Thursday, April 28
- Thursday, May 12
- Tuesday, May 24
- Thursday, May 26
Join us and support our kids!
On Earth Day, April 22, Skyridge students in all grades will spend a delightful hour listening to award-winning storyteller Will Hornyak weave his storytelling magic. Will is a master word-smith who captivates audiences of all ages with his original tales, seen through the lens of world conservation and environmental sustainability. His performance is sponsored by a generous donation from Erin Rowland through Clark County Solid Waste.
Check out his website to learn more about him!
Wow! There are an AMAZING number of students who made the honor roll at Skyridge. Check out the list at the Post Record website. Great job Hawks!
The Camas Educational Foundation hosted the 10th annual Phone-a-thon the first week of March. With the help of students from Liberty, Skyridge and the CHS Key Club, CEF raised well over $14,000. Due to the snow days during the event, students may have been unable to reach you. If you would like to support CEF with a donation, you may do so securely on the CEF website www.cefcamas.org.
CEF is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that raises money to support curriculum in all Camas schools through teacher grants. Over $25,000 was awarded throughout the schools this February in mini-grants and another $25,000 will be awarded this May in major grants. All thanks to the generosity of people like you.