School notes for March 29, 2011

Library changes spring break movie to ‘Megamind’

The Camas Public Library will change one of the movies it will show during the popular annual spring break movies. On Friday, April 8 instead of, “The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader,” the library will show, “Megamind,“ another recent PG movie.

The change occurred after it was brought to the library’s attention that the recently re-opened Liberty

Theatre in downtown Camas is showing “The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader,” the same week.

“There are plenty of movies out there,” said Ellen Good, youth services librarian.

“In the interest of more variety and coordinating with the theater, we’re switching titles.”

The full schedule for the spring break movies can be found on the Camas Public Library’s website, http://www.camaslibrary.org.

CHS students raise more than $1,000 for Japan

On Friday, second-period classes at Camas High School participated in a “Miracle Minute” event, where buckets were taken to class and students quickly gave what they could to help tsunami relief efforts in Japan.

All money will be donated to the Red Cross Tsunami Relief Fund.

As of Monday morning, participating second-period classes raised a total of $1,108.21.

The following teachers participated in the effort with their classes: Terry Nyquist, Christen Palmer, Dale Croswell, Maura Flynn, Mark Gardner, Dave Johnson, Lori Leighton, Steve Loewen, Gary Moller, Hannelore Tweed and Ron Ulrich.

Locals earn dean’s list honors

Pacific University

Camas resident Caleb Malychewski earned a place on the Pacific University dean’s list for the recent fall semester.

To qualify, students must achieve term grade point averages of at least 3.7 and complete 12 or more graded hours.

Gonzaga University

Molly R. Adamson and Lauren M. Reynolds have been named to the Gonzaga University fall president’s list.

Students must earn a 3.7 to 4.0 grade-point average to be on the president’s list.

Childfind screenings set

Free screenings for children ages birth to 21 will be offered for those whose parents reside in the Camas School District boundary.

It will be offered on Wednesday, April 20 by appointment only.

The screening tests children in hearing, vision, speech concepts and motor development.

It lasts approximately one hour. Results are confidential and discussed with parents only.

Call the special services department at 833-5570 to schedule an appointment.

Parks and Rec accepting art entries for Camtown

Camas Parks and Recreation is now accepting entries for the Camtown/Forgey Art Show and competition, which is part of the annual Camtown Youth Festival, which takes place on June 10.

Camtown, a free, youth-focused event, includes a variety of games, arts and crafts activities, entertainment, food, dunk tank, youth art show, a petting zoo and other kid-related information booths.

Camas and Washougal youth of all ages are eligible to participate in the art show.

They may enter art to be judged or simply viewed by the public. Art entry forms are available at the Camas Community Center, 1718 S.E. Seventh Ave.

Any art medium may be used. Entries need to be turned in at Scout Hall at Crown Park (Northeast Everett and 15th Avenue) on Friday, June 10 between 4:30 and 6 p.m.

For more information, call Krista Bashaw at 834-5307.

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