Skyridge students to perform ‘Guys and Dolls’
Skyridge Middle School students will perform the play, ‘Guys and Dolls’ from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Camas High School, 26900 S.E. 15th St.
Tickets can be purchased at the door and cost $7 for adults, and $5 for students and seniors.
Kindergarten orientation events set in Camas schools
The Camas School District has set kindergarten registration for the 2011-12 school year.
The purpose of orientation is to meet teachers and staff, and learn about the kindergarten curriculum. The district registrar, Shanna Nielson, will be on site at each event to register every child.
Those who are unable to attend kindergarten orientation can contact Nielson at 833‑5410 to schedule a registration appointment.
In addition to registration forms, the following paperwork is required: A state‑issued birth certificate, immunization information, and proof of residency, such as a driver’s license, utility bill, purchase agreement or renter’s agreement for the parent.
The dates are as follows: 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday at Grass Valley Elementary, 3000 N.W. Grass Valley Drive; 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 11 at Helen Baller Elementary, 1954 N.E. Garfield St.; 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 at Prune Hill Elementary, 1601 N.W. Tidland St.; 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 at Dorothy Fox Elementary, 2623 N.W. Sierra St.; 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 18 at Lacamas Heights Elementary, 4600 N.E. Garfield St.
Cape Horn-Skye names its Super Citizens
Cape Horn-Skye Elementary School has named its Super Citizens for March and April.
They include the following:
Arts and special talents: Zeke Mitchell‑Hopmeier, Brock McElroy, Maya Tuell, Miranda Haag, Nathan Tofell, Treston Mason, Maclain VanNostern, Rebekah Shilling, Stasia Caine, Breanna Garcia, Dylan Corbitt, Phoebe Walker, Garrett Morrow, Courtney Davies, Sarah Miller, Lilli Richards, Olivia Knutsen, Alicia Leininger, Joey Solomon, Rachel McDonald, Bryce Morrow, Gus Shelley, Noah Ault, Megan Slosser, Nikki Hampton, Mylah Grant, Maureen Slot, Rebekka Razumovskiy, Timmy Ayers‑Thorn, Anita Harvey, Jarred Barnett, Annabellah Honkala, Jessica Wills, Elizabeth Lendvoyi, Ahsley King, Derek Carter and Wyatt Brand.
Reading and language arts: Blaine Bea, Rylee Erdwins, Jeannine Jones, Emilee Smart, Maggie Hood, Andrew Darr, Joshua Veselka, Nolan Connolly, Henry Jones, Jaiden Bea, J.V. Escalona, Rayleigh Skinner, Andie Harness, Mary Lendvoyi, Rosie Langford, Elise Moore, Chloe Hopkins, Keely Crandall, Talon Ferguson, Andrew Seitz, Abigail Wall, Ben Adams, Troy Prince‑Butterfield, Hannah VanEvery, Mitchell Middleton, Gabe Dinnel, Brooklyn McCoy, Kassidy Baldwin, Denis Dumitrash, Mathew Grant, Aaron Douglas, Beatriz Trujillo‑Pineda, Lacy Clark, Mikylah Bausch, Elura Erickson‑Klimek, Lucas Friedrich, Kayleeanna Baldwin, Kaytlyn Sandu, Logan Baker, Reegan Tweeten, Audry Thompson, William Weihl, Vienna Lehman, Jacob McElroy, Grace Uhlig, Maliyah Veale, Nolan Purkerson, Brynn Haralson, Katharine Byrd, Emily Crabtree, Bradley Carter, Baleigh Bacon‑Hampton, Jenny Mariscal, Sammy Foxworthy, Zachary Solomon and Riley Daugherty.
Citizenship: Alyssa Harness, Nick Hoorn, Kennedie Hunt, Jordan Kiemele, Zachary McMaster, Tayler Parah, Shelby Rappe’, David Razumovskyi, Evan Slosser, Ryan Langston, Jillian Conley, Alexander Holden, Emmalee Yun, David Melton, Micah Weitzel, Skye Miller, Bryonna Olson, Trinatee Brajevich, Sophie Busschau, Levi Mortenson, Inessa Dumitrash, Brooke McNealy, Caitlyn Collins, Allie Reyes‑Crus and Lily Paulino.
Local student makes dean’s list
Rachel Stenberg of Camas has made the Seattle Pacific University 2011 winter quarter dean’s list. Students on the dean’s list have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.5 or higher GPA.
Conference to focus on youth safety concerns
The Safe Communities Task Force will hold its third annual parent conference Saturday, May 21, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club’s O.K. Clubhouse, 4040 Plomondon St., Vancouver.
Titled “What Kids Know and Parents Wish They Did,” the conference includes workshops on today’s most critical youth safety issues.
“Nothing is more important than the safety of our community’s children,” said Kellie Henderson, a juvenile probation counselor and co-founder of the Safe Communities Task Force.
The conference will include presenters from local law enforcement, schools and youth agencies. Workshop topics include drugs and alcohol, gang identifiers and sexual exploitation of children.
Parents will be able to attend up to four workshops which will be repeated throughout the day.
Results from the latest Washington State Healthy Youth Survey indicate that 58 percent of Clark County 10th graders have used alcohol, 32 percent have used marijuana, and 6.5 percent have been involved with gangs.
Participants may register at : www.safecommunitiestaskforce.org or by calling 397-2201 x5826.
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. The event and food are both free.