We are proud to announce our 2012 Warren Award Recipients!
Hannah Taie is our Good Will Award winner! As a 7th grade Skyridge student, she consistently stands out as a highly sensitive, caring and compassionate individual. Hannah always has a smile and positive attitude to share with others. She is always eager to help whether in the classroom, track events, or simply around the campus.
The Jackson Leadership Award is shared by Andrew Carson and Noah White. As friends and classmates of the exiting Skyridge class, they share a common bond of strong leadership skills and wilingness to help others. Andrew demonstrated genuine caring for others each day as ASB President and is greatly respected by staff and students. He is a true leader and role model and encourages others to make a difference. Noah is an exceptional student and leader. He willingly accepts responsibilities without requiring reward or accolades. He consistently takes the high road and exhibits leadership daily by modeling good behavior, accepting responsbilities and helping others. He is trustworthy, respectful and always shows compassion toward others.
Free physicals to our prospective student athletes are being offered on Thursday, July 26, from 6 to 9 PM at Providence Medical Group-Camas located at 3101 SE 192nd Avenue, Vancouver, WA. To schedule your appointment, please call (360) 816-2748. Bring your school’s required sports physical examination/clearance form to your appointment.
As a bonus, you can meet Brent Richards of the Portland Timbers, a Camas native. Brent will be visiting the clinic from 6:30 to 8 PM to sign autographs and pose for photos with fans.
Sky Hawk pride is soaring high! Skyridge 7th grade science teacher, John Condon, has been named one of two Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce Teachers of the Year! The tagline included on every e-mail Mr. Condon sends out states: “Kids don’t care what I know until they know I care.” He feels that his greatest accomplishment in education is the relationships he’s built with students. Mr. Condon has been teaching seventh-grade science for 25 years and we are fortunate to have him here at Skyridge!
Mr. Condon will be honored at the Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet on Tuesday, June 5, which will be held at the Camas Meadows Golf Club, 4105 NW Camas Meadows Drive. Social hour begins at 5:30 pm with dinner served at 6:30 pm. Cost is $35. RSVP to email@example.com or 834-2472.
Our Skyridge library is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair and funds raised will go back into the library to provide books and online resources for our students. Online purchasing is a new option this year with a vast selection of books. There are countless book choices for everyone in the family. The online purchase option is now active at http://onlinebookfairs.scholastic.com/default.aspx?f=3085318 and continues until June 12. Books purchased online are sent to our school for free. When checking out, you will notice the shipping charge is zero. The “traditional” fair starts on June 8 and runs through June 18.
Come and let our talented cast entertain you!
We are looking forward to having our future 6th grade students join us here at Skyridge next year. Preparations are currently happening to make this transition a smooth and enjoyable experience for our new Sky Hawks! All parents/guardians of these current 5th grade students are invited to an informational parent meeting on Tuesday, May 29, 6:30-7:30 PM in our main Skyridge gym.
Incoming 6th grade student visits/tours are scheduled as follows:
- Dorothy Fox – Wednesday, May 30, 10:30-11:30 AM
- Prune Hill – Thursday, May 31, 10:00-11:00 AM
- Grass Valley – Tuesday, June 5, 1:45-2:45 PM
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.
On April 14 our Science Olympiad Team competed against the top 20 middle school teams in Washington State. Overall, our team took 13th place with most of our students earning a medal in at least one of their events which included: Microbe Mission, Keep the Heat, Magnetic Levitation, and Rockets. Good job, Sky Hawks!