School notes for Nov. 15, 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Super Citizens announced
Cape Horn-Skye Elementary School has announced its list of Super Citizens for October. The themes were citizenship, leadership, friendship and good habits.
Super Citizens include the following:
Fifth-grade: Jack Olson, Gabriel Dinnel, Emmy Campen, Beyonce Bea, Kailey Hogewoning, Zachary Collins, Troy Prince-Butterfield, Kylie Hollingshead, Jesse Campen and Jasmyne Mason.
Fourth-grade: Kellie Langston, Ryan Dinnel, Samantha Foxworthy, Elizabeth Strizhkov, Cody Harding, Aria Yang, Emma Carroll, Dylan Davis, Jakob Davis, Jacob Davis, Connor Kaldenberg and Alexandria Jumpp.
Third-grade: Danae Walker, Elijah Mitchell-Hopmeier, Bryce Williams, Lora Lintala, Ted West, Abe Busschau, Hayley Courtney, Danna Dumitrash, Autumn Hubbard and Joshua Veselka.
Second-grade: Elise Moore, Talon Ferguson, Sammy Mederos, Annahbellah Honkala, Luke Golphenee, Abby Sink, Braxden Zumwalt, Savea Mansfield, Tanner Johnston and Natalie Collins.
First-grade: Keely Crandall, Emmalee Yun, Megan West, Levi Mortenson, Shelby Rappe, Tanner Hopkins, Riley Harding, Sam Speer and Thad MacDonald.
Kindergarten: Destiny Allmendinger, Daniel Wood, Scout Baird, Carys Warta, Avery Berg, Maya Tweten and Julia Bonada.
Library sets book swap for kids and teens
There will be a book, CD and movie swap at the Camas Library, 625 N.E. Fourth Ave., for kids and teenagers on Saturday. The swap will run from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. For more information, contact the library at 834-4692.
Concert to benefit Camas schools
Professional rock violinist Aaron Meyer and professional guitarist Tim Ellis are hosting a concert event at the Fairgate Inn. It will benefit the Camas School District Music Arts program.
Tickets are $35 per person and may be purchased in advance by calling the Fairgate Inn at 834-0861. It is located at 2213 N.W. 23rd Ave., Camas.
WHS Marketplace Bazaar is Saturday
The annual Holiday Marketplace Bazaar will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, at Washougal High School, 1201 39th St.
The event is a fundraiser for the Associated Student Body. Admission is free. Canned food donations will be accepted for the Inter-faith Treasure House.
There will be more than 100 tables of holdiay crafts, as well as food concessions and caroling.
Call Jim Reed at 954-3133 for more information.
Stuff the Bus returns
The Camas-Washougal Business Alliance is kicking off the Stuff the Bus effort. Each year, Camas and Washougal School districts compete to see who can raise the most food and take the trophy.
The combined effort in 2010 brought over 71,000 pounds of food into the community to help people in need.
The beneficiaries are: C.A.R.O.L. program, Inter-faith Treasure House and the Children’s Home Society.
“The high school students are an inspiration to watch as they work together for this cause,” a press release from CWBA states. “Taking home the trophy is a very small part of why they work so hard to raise donations. “
Each year students from Camas and Washougal high schools work with the elementary and middle schools in their districts, and collect non-perishable food donations.
They also visit local businesses to collect raffle and cash donations, and organize other events to raise money such as collections at Safeway and Burgerville.