School notes for June 15, 2017

Washougal Community Ed to offer arts camps for local students

Washougal Community Education and Recreation is adding art exploration, music and dance to its summer camp offerings.

The new camps include classes that allow students to work with mixed media and clay, learn dances from around the world, and play music from Disney and Broadway musicals. Music camps feature singing, games, making and playing musical instruments and crafts. The art camps are available only to Washougal students.

“Through sponsorship from the Washougal School District, Community Education is able to offer these new art programs at a very reduced price,” said Kathy Douglas-Evans, community education technician. Students from any district can participate in the other WCER summer program offerings.

For full camp descriptions, dates, fees and other details, visit www.washougal.k12.wa.us/wcer.

Locals earn undergraduate degrees from Gonzaga University

The following Camas students, who have either completed their undergraduate degree or are expected to complete their degree requirements this year, participated in graduation exercises during commencement at Gonzaga University: Connor Coombs, Haley Goritski, Marika Henderson, Anna Holman, Megan Napier, David Woodson and David Wright.

Locals named to dean’s and president’s lists at Gonzaga

The following C-W students, who have earned a 3.5 to 3.84 GPA, have been named to the Gonzaga University dean’s list for spring semester 2017: Annika Bales, Connor Coombs, Sophia Jacobson, Andrew Lee, Alyssa Lobkov, Marielle Anne Manila, Regan McCabe, Cassidy Moe, Ryan Wessel and David Wright, all of Camas; and Ashley Oakes of Washougal. The following Camas students, who earned a 3.85 to 4.0 GPA, have been named to the president’s list for spring semester 2017: Anna Holman, Jacob Kempf, Liana Mills and Megan Napier.

Cape Horn-Skye names its ‘Super Citizens’ for May

The following students have been recognized as Cape Horn-Skye “Super Citizens” for the month of May: Tyson MacArthur, Olivia Yano, Taylor Cone, Wilson Osborne and Xeryus Roma (kindergarten); Gavin Lytle, Max Yano, Ethan Swofford, Arianna Syulyukov, Jennifer Ceniceros, Oskar Morgan, Toivo Rittman, Eli Rish and Colton Sink (first grade); Amelia Connolly, Abygail Bedell, Kayla Bellamy, Bryson Legett, Teagan Berg, Luke Fisher, Donevin Krieger, Gulliver O’Shaughnessy, Zach Summers, Mahaila Nickels, Abril O’Brien and Eddie Westerdahl (second grade); Wyatt Taylor, Jack Lockard, Cole Lott and Riley Hunt (third grade); Harley Coe, Katie DuBose, Makenzi Halverson, Skylar McFall, Elisha Tuter, Gage Leavitt, Adriana Samuel, Sophia Emanuel, Jarod Barlow, Catherine Dewey, Gavin Johnson, Mercy Johnston and Baylee Smiley (fourth grade); and Levi Costales, Jaidyn Flores, Jackson Plinski and Lucas Sanders (fifth grade). April’s “Super Citizens” included: Michael Noah (second grade) and Kaya Johnson, Marius Volosenco and Teddy Seitz (fourth grade).