I had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Helen Baller teachers about what they love about their school community. I put the interviews together and got to present it at their end of year assembly. I am hoping to get young minds thinking about community around them and reminding everyone how important it is to be here for each other. Building community together. Enjoy!
I’m sure you’ve been hearing about the big CEF auction happening February 27th at the Sheraton Hotel at 5:00pm. Well, if your wondering what kinds of grants get funded from money raised from this auction, tune into my interview with Diane Loghry and hear about this great program funded for our Camas preschoolers. Check it out!
“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”
— Nelson Mandela, Former President of South Africa
In case you wanted to know more information about the new bond, here it is! This segment talks more about the plan for Camas High School and some great new opportunities coming for students. Check it out!
Hey everyone! If you haven’t heard there is a new bond the citizens of Camas will be voting on February 9th. I hope this interview answers some of the questions you might have or helps to direct you to where you can get your questions answered. Bonds are super important to keep up our school buildings and help to prepare for all the growth in our schools as our little town grows. You should know what you are voting on. Please tune into my most recent interview with Jeff Snell and Alicia Brazington regarding this important topic!
Yesterday these sweet second graders from Helen Baller Elementary visited Camas Prestige Care and Rehabilitation Center to sing some holiday songs and put some smiles on faces of some older people in our community. It was beautiful. I couldn’t help but be moved by the kids sweet voices and the smiles on the faces of the people listening. These second graders are spreading random acts of kindness this holiday season and it’s so inspirational. I have to admit that I didn’t have my usual camera, so excuse the low quality of audio at some parts. Enjoy, and I hope this inspires you to spread kindness!
If you have ever attended a Camas High School football game or possibly a Camas community event there is a good chance you have heard the amazing Camas High School Band. This band will have you moving in your seat and tapping to the beat! Check out this great interview with the director of the band, Mr. Mancini ,and catch some snipets from some of their performances. The band has a free holiday concert, December 8th, 7:00 at the Camas High School Theater! Spread the word and support the arts!
Listen in as I chat with Erika Cox, the current President of the CEF. Their phone-a-thon is scheduled for next week and the big Gala/Auction for February. This group of amazing volunteers has some great things planned to help make our classrooms extraordinary. Check it out!
Several of you like myself want to get involved for the future of Camas, Washington. Sharing our ideas and giving a voice to the nature and beauty that surrounds this town. Listen in to this segment of my interview with Mayor Scott Higgins and hear how you can be a part of the future. We must become active and not sit back wishing we had done something. “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ~ Ghandi
The secrets out! Hear how Camas qualified to get this amazing award and be reminded about all of the great things in this city we live in!
How does a trip to New York with hotel and show tickets included sound? Knowing that the money you used to buy the raffle tickets goes right back to Camas schools. How does a fun party with fun people and awesome items to bid on sound? Well, hear the scoop about the CEF Auction and all the great info as I chat with Mandy Huth, CEF President/Auction chair and hear how this money directly affects our schools as second grade teacher Paula Perkins shares her story.
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