Cape Horn-Skye names Super Citizens
Super Citizens for the month of March at Cape Horn-Skye Elementary School included the following:
Kindergarten, citizenship: Tharyn Bradley, Nikko Speers, Connor Buck, Leila Tiengaara, Chase Burnard, Presley Economides, Bryce Devlin, Jadyn Ring, Jack Ringo and Lucas Sanders.
First- through fifth-grade, science:
First-grade: David Razumovskiy, Kennedie Hunt, Samantha Rodgers, Izziah Smith, Daniel Syulyukov, Jordan Kiemele, Garrett Mansfield, William Jacobs, Maddy Kiemele, Kaitanna Burk and Skye Miller.
First- and second-grade blend: Evan Slosser, Lacey Klopman, Aiden Baalaer, Shane Meyer, Deven Bridge, Mason VanNostern, Nikko Kautz and Eli Brooks.
Second-grade: Gaerett Bailey. Jonah Miller, Rayleigh Skinner, Marc Normandeau, Cole Vaughan and Connor Norvell.
Third-grade: Benny Nagel, Logan McNealy, Maya Tuell, Andrew Darr. Nate Domeyer, Rosie Langford, Taylor Garon, Wyatt Grindy, Brock McElroy
Third-grade: Daniel Caldwell, Andie Harness, Brody Jundt, Katharine Byrd and Aiden Cross.
Third- and fourth-grade blend: Evan Gilliland, Preston Bentley, Olivia Dinnel, Gus Shelley, Darrin Davis, Evan Harness and Taylor Gibbons.
Fourth-grade: Nash Ruge, Nikki Hampton, Dylan Davis and Spencer Miller, Sam Wilcox, Cody DeLoach, Noah Quackenbush, Baleigh Bacon-Hampton and Logan Large.
Fourth- and fifth-grade: Zach Solomon, Jordan Rockwell, Morgan Urell and Ben Adams.
Fifth-grade: Logan Baker, Eli Hoyt and Ryan Janiszewski, Jane Johnson, Abbey Reed, Paige Guthmiller, Dylan McFall, Zack Jumpp and Alex Bedjan.
5k run/walk set at Skyridge
The third-annual “Walk the Walk” 5k run/walk will be coming to Skyridge Middle School at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 2.
All proceeds benefit PREVENT!, the substance abuse prevention coalition of Clark County.
In addition to the fitness portion, there will also be a free community fair from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Check in for the run/walk is from 7:30 a.m. to 8:50 a.m.
Adult entry fees are $20 and $10 for youth ages six to 18. Children five and younger race for free.
Online registration is available at www.perventclarkcounty.org/5k_walk.
For more information, visit the website or email 5k email@example.com.
Sponsors include Fit Right, the Downtown Camas Association, Washougal Sport & Spine and Burgerville.
Fashion program comes to Skills Center
The Clark County Skills Center has a new program for current high school sophomores and juniors now enrolling for fall 2012.
Fashion Merchandising and Management will teach students the fundamentals of the fashion industry including product development, customer service, buying and selling, marketing, product display, merchandising and achieving a profit.
They also learn aspects of project and human resources management to obtain a holistic understanding of the wholesale and retail fashion industries. Students may also qualify for national professional certification in customer service provided by the National Retail Federation Foundation.
The program need is driven by Washington Employment Security Department research that projects growth in this occupational area through 2019, according to a press release.
Jobs and careers developed by this program are in demand now and will continue to be in demand for at least the next seven years.
Program instructor Pam Archer has developed, implemented and taught fashion merchandising at the Skills Center and Clark College; established internships and industry contacts for Skills Center students; and held retail sales and management positions with Macy’s, Nordstrom and Norm Thompson Outfitters.
For more information, contact Archer, Dean of Instruction Margaret Rice and/or Director Dennis Kampe at 604-1050.
The Skills Center opened in the fall of 1983. It is owned and operated by 10 southwest Washington school districts, including Camas and Washougal, providing technical and professional training programs to prepare Clark County high school and college students for the workforce.