Camas Sch. Dist.
Camas High School Choirs present An Evening on Broadway - 10/15/14
Students of Camas High School's award-winning drama and music departments will be performing popular selections from Broadway musicals in their second annual Evening on Broadway on Monday, October 27, at 7 PM. Tickets are $5 and will be sold at the box office, which opens at 6 PM. This year's blockbuster sequel brings more choreography, costumes, and songs from America's favorite shows.
Energy conservation program helps district achieve Energy Star status at all schools - 10/13/14
Lacamas Heights Elementary School and the Woodburn Elementary School have joined the ranks of nine other Camas school buildings by earning the Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star certification.
The Camas School District implemented a comprehensive energy management plan that has reduced its total energy consumption by 17% during the past five years. As a result, Camas has achieved the Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star(R) symbol of environmental excellence at all ten schools in the district. The Energy Star(R) award for Lacamas Heights Elementary School and the Woodburn Elementary School will be presented during the October 27, 2014, School Board meeting.
As a US Department of Energy Better Buildings Challenge Partner, Camas School District is committed to a 20% energy reduction goal by 2020. The District adopted a Resource Conservation Management Program policy in the spring of 2009 and has since been working on reducing energy consumption District-wide.
Camas School District seeks health committee members
The Camas School District is seeking individuals to serve on the district's Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC).
Ideally volunteers would have a background/interest in one of the following areas: comprehensive school health education, physical education, health services, nutrition services, counseling, psychological or social work, health promotion for staff, and/or family/community experience. Committee members will also serve as a representative/liaison for a specific school building - elementary, middle or high school. Parents, teachers, and community members are encouraged to apply.
SHAC consists of about 20 school district stakeholders who advise school administrators and board members on a variety of health and fitness issues. Four meetings are held during the school year. SHAC members serve a three-year term.
Interested citizens are encouraged to send a letter of interest and resume to Molly Ndoloum, RN, MSN, at 1612 NE Garfield Street, Camas, WA 98607 or to email@example.com
by October 20, 2014.