School notes for Jan. 1, 2012

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‘Scholarships 101’ is Wednesday

Washington State University Vancouver will host a “Scholarships 101” workshop at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 2 in the Dengerink Administration building, room 110. The event is free to the public and free parking will be available in the Orange 1 lot.

The workshop is intended as a jumping-off point for all college-bound students no matter their age, current financial situation or school they plan to attend. The workshop will cover where to find the best scholarships, how to write award-winning essays and offer helpful tips from prior scholarship recipients.

For more information on scholarships at WSU Vancouver, visit WSU Vancouver is located at 14204 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave.

Hathaway announces citizenship awards

Hathaway Elementary School has announced its fall citizenship award winners. They include:

Kindergarten: Austin Mattern, Buddy Johnson, Emma Wall, Madeline Prynne, Mikayla Harrison, Destiny Hernandez, Taylor Coles, Abby Glassen, Aubrey Hettling, Devin Stone, Ian Marshall, Kate Kesler, Nate Santon, Riley Williams, Brooklyn Bowen, Noah Wheeler, Quinn Tarkalson, Abby Anderson, Lacy Ayers-Thorn, Charlisa Lewis, Nevaeh McCallister, Asa Pineda, Justin Ziegler, Chloe Baker, Danica Ensminger, Aiden Logan, Tyler Thompson, Nathaniel Tauialo and Hayden Mitchell-Seeds.

First-grade: Bianca Montoya, Shane Farra, Grace West, Anna Brill, Anna Albee, Cali Scofield, Shaun Leifson, Lucas Bingaman, Karina Berry, Samuel Bisila, Camryn Brumfield, Jaedyn Burrese, Alyssa Coles, Madisen Evans, Jayla Greenia, Kacee Kearney, Owen Neff, Sara Parthemer, Grace Sjomeling, Jacob Wilcox, Ryan Ziegler, Bianco Montoya, Connor DeWitt, Alysha Zimmerman, Jamie Maas, Evan Schipull, Nicole Mancini and Topher Anderson.

Second-grade: Donaven Scruggs, Wayne Murray III, Austin Helige, Makayla Pegueros, Isaiah Navolynski, William Lewis, Clayton Clapp, Lucia Rodrigues, Tristine Lowe, Samantha Dionne, Emily Matines-Guttierez, Kael Krabbenhoft, Chloe Johnson, Jessica Nute, Aundre Pitts, Aiden Boyle, Cameryn Ramseyer, Ella Morris, Emma Beaudoin, Erika Valenzuela, Karina Lyashevskaya, Makaya Harris, Makena Bjorklund, Natalie Bratton, Natalie DelCarlo, Talon Connelly, Trinity Nicholson, Annabelle Mongraine, Blake Mattern, Braelyn Mera, Brooklyn Curtis, Chase Scofield, Emily Spencer, Juan Gonan-Brill, Levi Pogue, MacKenzie Parkison, Patrisha Fritts, Sydney Maddix and Valerie David.

Third-grade: Sam Richardson, Haley Syfrett, Tara Ziegler, Fischer Lees, Allison Swenson and Madeline Wolcott.

Fourth-grade: Gunnar Bjorklund, Jaden Carstens, Issac Collins, Madison David, Renee Foreman, Lyla Haas, Dayjah Washington, Anthony Humphreys, Autumn Forney, Karrynn MacArhur, Jordan Alexander, Ty Wallace, Tessa Haas, Franky Kolin, Nathan Farra, De Andre’ Smith, Ela Sutton and Jacob Albee.

Fifth-grade: Scott Lees, Jaeger Purdom, Hannah Tangen, Hailey Maddix, Consuelo Martinez, Jordyn Johnson, Chyanne Bean, JD Bean, Damon Brumfield, Pedro Hernandez, Gwen Lewis, Maureen Slot, Logan Richard, Elaina Tauialo, Hope Peterson, Jocelyn Shephard and Amber Pegueros.

Preschool Childfind screening set

Free hearing, vision, speech, concepts and motor development screenings are being offered for all children ages 3 to 5 who live within the Camas School District boundary.

The screening is available by appointment only on Wednesday, Jan. 9. To schedule a screening, call the Special Services department at 833-5570.

‘E-Waste’ recycling event is next weekend

The Clark County Skills Center Electro-Digital Technologies Program is hosting a post-holiday “E-Waste” recycling event from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 11, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12 at the Skills Center, 12200 N.E. 28th St. in Vancouver.

Donations of computers, printers and peripherals will be recycled free of charge. No appliances or televisions will be accepted. For more information, call the Skills Center at 604-1050, Ext. 2124 or 2125.