School notes for Jan. 19, 2017

CHS IAA program accepting applications

Due to inclement weather, Camas High School’s Integrated Arts & Academics Program informational meeting scheduled for Jan. 11th has been canceled.

Program information can be found at

In lieu of a live meeting, a page has been added to the website to view information.

The application deadline of 4 p.m. of Friday, Jan. 27 remains in effect.

For more information, call 833-5750 or email at

PCA sets open house

Pacific Crest Academy Catholic school is hosting an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31.

The school serves students in preschool through eighth-grade and is located at 324 N.E. Oak St.

For more information, call Principal Tamar Parker at 834-9913 or email

Kids Day is Feb. 7

Family Chiropractic at Salmon Creek will be hosting “Kids Day,” on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

Children will receive free screenings for common problems such as leg pain, allergies, ear infections and acid reflux.

Kayla Youngblood, chiropractor, will perform the screenings.

Those who attend are asked to bring a donation of clothing or toys for ARC of Southwest Washington.

To make an appointment, call 696-4405.

Student collecting donations for abused children

Camas High School senior Megan Baffaro is collecting donations for a children’s home in Mexico called Love in Action.

It shelters children who have been abandoned, abused and orphaned.

Donations of pajamas, slippers, colored pencils, coloring books and card games can be donated at the main office at Camas High School, 26900 S.E. 15th St.

For more information, e-mail

LGBTQ group to meet in Washougal

There will be a new group forming for youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning.

The LGBTQ group will meet from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. the third Wednesday of every month at the East County Family Resource Center, 1702 “C” St., Washougal.

For more information, visit Triple Point on Facebook.

Washougal student named to BJU dean’s list

Sarah Haines, a sophomore music education major from Washougal, was among approximately 490 Bob Jones University students named to the fall 2016 President’s List.

It recognizes students with a 3.75 or higher GPA for the semester.

BJU, located in Greenville, South Carolina, has 2,700 students from nearly every state and more than 40 countries.