School notes for June 8, 2017

Cape Horn-Skye names Super Citizens

Cape Horn-Skye Elementary has named its Super Citizens for the month of April.

They are:

Kindergarten — Bentley Mackmer, Levi McCray, Aidan Swindler, Nicolas Bella, Beniamin Volosenco, Blake Staros, Caytlyn Herschberger, Landon Davidson and Samuel Petrusha.

First grade — Beau Hagen, Chantel Martinsen, Tristan Ryan, Mackenzie Sill, Landon Hopkins, Josiah Grant, Ian Orme, Cale Compher, Kian Doan, Jacob Wall, Cael McVay, London Jones, Gus Fowler, Jacob Plinski, Mayla Gable-Weitman and Sophia Burchett.

Second grade — Gordie Delk, Deacon Nichols, Carlee Gustafson, Elisa Wong, Bodie Ostenson, Aaliyah Herschberger, Aiden Shields, Audrey Jundt, Joe Silva, Michael Noah, Darrah Dexter, Keira Garcia, Max Moran, Michael Zoeller and Hailey Schilling.

Third grade — Emilee Hagen, Collin Tautfest, Molly Nichols, Summer Westerdahl and Xzavier Jessett.

Fourth grade — Hayden Mitchell-Seeds, Ashana Sanders, Nate Santon, Lela Teeters, Alex Petersen, Lillian Grindy, Karlee Hagen, Tyler Klopman, Sam McKee, Daniel Purcell, Wyatt Compher and Justin Sander.

Fifth grade — Audrey Brown, Bryce Devlin, Connor McCormick, Rowan Sharp, Scout Baird, Avery Berg, Keagan Payne, Kyler Buck and Leila Tienhaara.

Camas woman is Trinity College graduate

Adriana Orona of Camas earned a bachelor of arts degree from Trinity College in business.

Trinity College is located in Deerfield, Illinois.

Local SPU students make dean’s list

The following students were named to the Seattle Pacific University 2017 winter quarter dean’s list.

To be named to the list, students must have completed at least 12 graded credits and earned at least a 3.5 or higher GPA.

Students are: Nicholas Alexander Burton, Sierra M. Hostetler, Christine Quynh Huong Nghiem, Megan Ruth Scott, Samantha Jayneen, Kaulele Stevens and Jennifer Olive Young, all of Camas; and Casey Ma Tolcser of Washougal.

CSD offering free sports physicals, heart screenings

The Camas School District will offer free sports physicals and heart screenings on Tuesday, June 13.

Physicals will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. There are limited appointments available: Call 360-816-2748 to schedule one.

If a sports physical is required to participate in an athletic program at school, it must be completed before the first day of practice and is valid for two years.

Attendees are asked to wear a loose T-shirt and shorts. General WIAA forms will be provided. If specific school forms are required, they must be presented at time of physical.

A parent or guardian must be present and sign an authorization form for children under age 15.

Heart screenings also will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 13. There are limited appointments available: Call 503-216-6800 to schedule one.

For more information or to download forms, visit

Linn graduates Magna Cum Laude

Celeste Linn, a 2014 graduate of Camas High School, earned her bachelor of science degree in psychology on May 13. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Colorado Christian University in Lakewood, Colorado. She also was nominated and named as a Who’s Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

To receive this honor, she had to achieve a 3.65 or better GPA while taking at least 12 credits.

Linn will be going on a mission trip to Ecuador in June and will be starting graduate school at Colorado Christian University this fall.

Community invited to visit JMS ‘one last time’

The community, including current and former students, are invited to visit Jemtegaard Middle School, 35300 S.E. Evergreen Highway, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 9.

A new school will open on the site in September.

The Friday event, a JMS Boosters’ fundraiser, costs $5 per person and includes a barbecue, family bingo and tours of the school.

Hart inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

Lily Hart, of Washougal, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest collegiate honor society.

Membership is invitation-only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors are eligible for membership.