School notes for March 8, 2016

Issabella Bass

Bass is the EHS Student of the Month

Excelsior High School’s “Student On Fire” for January is Isabella Bass.

Bass recently moved to Washougal from Australia. According to a press release, she wasted no time moving forward academically, while also adjusting to a new and very different environment.

Bass’s goal is to become an electrical engineer.

“As part of the EHS senior class, we look forward to seeing Bella receive her Excelsior High School diploma and fulfill her career aspiration,” the release stated.

Students named to president’s honor roll

Several students were named to the president’s honor roll at Washington State University Pullman.

To be named to the president’s honor roll, students must earn at least a 3.75 semester GPA or have a 3.5 cumulative GPA.

Camas: Elaine Frances Adams, Katherine Rose Albert, James Eugene Antonov, Stephen Paul Brown, Lacee Lorraine Case, Trevor M. Clarkson, Mckenzie Ann Clay, Molly Larson Danis, Aaron Matthew Deml, Andrea Marie DiGenova, Alexandra Dale Dombek, Kacie Ann Dominici, Christina Jo DuBry, Amanda Korin Fleck, Mykaila Quinn Forsyth, Leah Halvorsen Garner, Gillian Lauren Grant, Makenzie Jill Hall, Chayce Michael Heiberg, Taylor A. Hennessey, Tyler Patrick Hickey, David Tyler Hixson, Sean M. Hommestaad, Madison Jo Horst, Emily Mary Hull, Karisa Ann Humes, Chi My Huynh, Cassandra Nicole Jellison, Damon Alan Kosaki, Tenzin Tsering Lama, Evan Leigh Mae Lemke, Elisabeth Kathlaen Lee Logan, Brittany Janet Manuel, Terrance Patrick Martin, Casey Joel Martschinske, Brenda Nayely Maya-Mota, Hallie Skye McAtee, Alec John Meader, Ashley Hope Moncrieff, Anthony M. Montana, Janae Ann Naron, Eric Van Nguyen, Laura Kristine Nielsen, Megan Rose Ott, Amber Alene Ronhaar, Eric Richard Rouse, Jessica Leeann Salamanca, Nicholas Clifford Saunders, Ryan Michael Schafte, Alexander Tian Shi, Amaanjit Singh, Rachel Lauren Smith, Chad Johnathan Spring, Madison Erin Stevens, Skyla Stifter, Joshua Steven Stoller, Ashley Marie Sturza, Jeremy Richard Testerman, Ashley Nicole VanHandel, Jodi Nicole VanHandel, Tyler Matthew Vela, Jason Christopher Wagner, Robert Eugene Ward, Alexander Scott Wheelon, Brandon Michael Wilde, Cheyanne Marie Wilson, Janetta Angel Yakubovich, Justin Young, Haley Alexandra Zach and Morgan Harrison Zoller.

Washougal: Larisa Julia Antonov, Dawn Michelle Bailey, Brian R. Barnhart, Jorge Curto Berrios, Anna Virginia Boneski, Emma Rose Boyle, Madeline Ivy Braun, Alaina Nicole Britschgi, Erin Bo Brooks, David D. Choi, Kendra Christensen, Heather Rene Deulen, Andrew Kingsley Dodge, Linnea Marie Englund, Debika Franklin Finucane, Claire Diane Goss, Talia Kareen Goughnour, Jarrett Connor Gregory, Jacob Andrew Greig-Prine, Kathleen Frances Hickey, Sydney R. Hickey, Jessica M. Kench, Heather A. Kobilan, Jennifer Ann Ladwig, Katherine Jean Ladwig, Peter Alexander Linde, Christina V. Lopatin, Daniel Lu, Yiwen Lu, Jack Barnes Martin, Hayley Marie Nakamichi, Blake Colter Roberts, Lisa Marie Rood, David Andrew Soncrant, Angela Nicole Steffanson, Jacueline Joan Steffanson, Easton James Stoner, Brittni Dawn Surbeck, Kristen Jeanette Weier, Timothy C. White and Gayle S. Williams.

1980s dance party to feature Nu Shooz

The Camas Booster Club is hosting a fundraiser featuring Portland-based band Nu Shooz.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at Westlie Ford, 40 S. Marina Way, Washougal. The show will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets, $50 each, will include a light dinner buffet. Beverages will be available for purchase. There will be live and silent auctions.

This is a 21 and over event.

Nu Shooz hits included, “I Can’t Wait,” “Point of No Return,’ and “Should I Say Yes.”

VIP tables are available. Various sponsorships, product, and service donations for the auctions are being accepted. Contact Wanda Miller 200-8656 or visit www.camasboosters.org for more information.

WSD plans preschool open house

An open house for the Washougal School District’s 2016-2017 preschool program will be held Wednesday, March 16, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Gause Elementary School, 1100 34th St., in room 111.

Families with children age 3 to 5 will have the opportunity to obtain information about the preschool classes held at each of the district’s elementary schools.

Attendees will learn about curriculum, activities, collaboration with kindergarten classrooms and registration.

For more information, contact Lisa Young at 954-3895 or lisa.young@washougalsd.org.

Brickzone Kids sets open house

Brickzone Kids, 2213 “E” St., Washougal, is having an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 19 for its Little Builders Preschool.

Parents can meet teachers, check out the program and register for the 2016-17 school year.

For more information, call 835-1200.

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