Committee members planning for the future of Camas High School
When instruction drives construction
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Traditionally, when a high school becomes too crowded, a new building or addition is constructed and the educational programs to fit in that space are determined.
A committee of teachers, administrators and community members are seeking to change that, by having the instructional models drive the future expansion of Camas High School.
"The CHS Futures Committee believes our new culture and programs should drive our future facility decisions," said Nan Henriksen, former mayor of Camas and committee member. "We need to develop a CHS vision of our preferred future, complete with language, culture and instructional programs that support it."
For more information about the Futures Committee, contact Steven Marshall at email@example.com.