The Camas School District is hosting a "Big Learning for Little Learners" event from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3 at Helen Baller Elementary, 1954 N.E. Garfield St., aimed at parents and their children ages 3 to 6.
Registration is now open for Journey Theater Arts Group acting classes and the production of Disney's "Aladdin Jr." for kids ages 6 to 18.
'Walk the Walk' registration is open Registration is now open for the fourth annual "Walk the Walk" event on Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Clark County Public Safety Complex, 505 N.W. 179th St., Ridgefield, Wash. The 5K Walk/Run provides community awareness about drug and alcohol prevention, in addition to serving as a benefit for the Teens Care Too Youth Leadership and Prevention Summit, a free summit for Clark County youth.
Leadership development conference set The Southwest Washington Red Cross Youth Council will share its collective knowledge with middle and high school students during the sixth annual Leadership Development Conference Saturday and Sunday, March 9 and 10 at Camas High School, 26900 S.E. 15th St.
CHS hosts college and career event The annual Camas High School college and career options fair will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the CHS gym, 26900 S.E. 15th St. During the event, students and parents may visit with representatives from two- and four-year colleges, technical schools and all military branches. There will also be workshops such as, "Demystifying the Financial Aid Process," "College 101" and "Standardized Testing."
A first-year Clark College entrepreneurship club, Winning Innovations through Student Entrepreneurship, placed in the top 15 percent globally in the Google Online Marketing Challenge. The challenge required teams of two to six students to build a campaign for a local business or non-profit organization that would drive business to their website. More than 2,000 teams entered, and W.I.S.E. earned the highest rating before making it into the semi-finals.
Local student receives scholarship from WSU Nicholas Lafrazia was awarded a $500 Charles W. Harrison Engineering Scholarship and a $2,000 Washington State University achievement award. The College of Engineering and Architecture awards the Charles W. Harrison scholarship to a student interested in engineering based on academic excellence in math and science.