More than 20 Camas-area residents — including the owner of a Washougal pediatric health clinic and several parents who have pulled their students out of public Camas schools — wrote letters and spoke at an in-person Camas School Board meeting on Monday, May 10, lambasting mask mandates and other COVID-19 safety measures; remote learning; racial justice and equity programs; and “woke agendas.”
Corey Dobbs left his parents’ Washougal home for good when he was 14. By 16, he had dropped out of high school. He had worked three part-time jobs, but after losing them all, Dobbs worried he would become homeless.
At the beginning of every school year, the Washougal School District’s newly hired staff members gather for a photo shoot as part of their new employee orientation process.
Despite the fact that it currently doesn’t have a full-time facilities director, the Washougal School District has completed several building improvement projects during the 2020-21 school year and is moving ahead with plans to launch more “big-ticket items” in the near future.
Commission on Aging to hear first responders’ COVID-19 lessons