School notes for Nov. 6, 2012

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Cape Horn names Super Citizens

Cape Horn-Skye Elementary School in Washougal has named its Super Citizens for the month of September.

They include:

Kindergarten, citizenship: Adam Baalaer, Jacob Bellamy, Kali Buchanan, Elise Bucowiec, Samantha Zoeller, Riley Vaughan and Aria Thomas.

First-grade, leadership, friendship and good habits: Joe Allen, Avery Berg, Carys Warta, Mara Newcomer, Mckinleigh Sawyer, Owen Edwards, Jack Jones and Thayden Caine.

Second-grade, leadership, friendship and good habits: Tanner Hopkins, Levi Mortenson, Jill Conley, John Costa, Samara Hight, Megan West, Garrett Owens and Sam Speer.

Third-grade, leadership, friendship and good habits: Logan Christensen, Isabelle Klopman, Alexis Perry, Braxden Zumwalt, Derek Carter, Deven Bridge, Nikko Kautz, Alicia Leininger, Gavin Keyser, Hailey Arnold and Julianne Baker.

Fourth-grade, Leadership, friendship, and good habits: Aiden Cross, Maddox Edwards, Evan Gilliland, Bryce Williams, Taylor Gibbons, Nolan Connolly, Hayley Courtney, Emily Crabtree, Kaleala Hargrove and Anastacia Mason.

Fifth-grade, leadership, friendship, and good habits: Noah Ault, Bailee Forsberg, Jenny Mariscal, Megan Stogin, Brevan Bea, Sammi Foxworthy, Tim McElroy and Alli McNealy.

Charter College adds criminal justice program

Charter College in Vancouver recently added a new criminal justice training program to its curriculum.

The latest addition to the career training and educational programs offered by the higher education institution, Charter College’s criminal justice program is designed for those interested in police work, criminal law and corrections.

“We offer career training programs that get people to work,” said Charter College President Boyd Hemminger.

“Graduates from our new criminal justice program will find opportunities to work in social services, corrections, court systems, law enforcement agencies and security companies.”

The program is designed to accommodate all schedules, and can be completed entirely online or through a mixture of online and on-campus classes.

For more information on the new criminal justice program E-mail Grant Winters at or call 448-2000.

‘Bugsy Malone’ coming to Washougal

Christian Youth Theatre will present “Bugsy Malone” at the Washburn Performing Arts Center at Washougal High School, 1201 39th St., at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 9 and 10, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11; as well as 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18. For tickets or more information, visit or 750-8550.

Bead making workshop offered

The Washougal Community Library, 1661 “C” St., is offering a “Beads and Bangles” workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13.

All materials are provided free of charge. Pre-registration is not required.

For more information, call 835-5393.