College Bound Scholarship

Your child may be eligible to sign up for the College Bound Scholarship! This early promise of financial aid is funded by the state of Washington to encourage students to dream big and continue their education after high school.

What does the scholarship pay for?

College Bound combines with other state financial aid to cover the average tuition (at comparable public colleges), some fees, and a small book allowance. It is not a “full-ride” scholarship. Other college costs–such as room and board, transportation, and personal expenses–will be the student and family’s responsibility. These could be covered by a combination of the family’s funds and federal grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study.

Who is eligible to apply?

Any 7th or 8th grade student who meets one or more of the following requirements is eligible to apply:

  • Their family meets the income requirements as listed in the brochure or on collegebound.wa.gov.
  • They are a foster youth or a dependent of the
  • Their family receives basic food or TANF

How can my child sign up?

Apply Online (available in English and Spanish).

Remember, the deadline to apply for College Bound is June 30 at the end of a student’s 8th grade year. Students only have to apply once even if they move or change schools in Washington.

To learn more, visit www.collegebound.wa.gov, call 888-535-0747 (Option 1), or email collegebound@wsac.wa.gov.

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Free Class: Guiding Good Choices-Empowered parents, healthy kids

Every parent/guardian knows communicating with your child can be a challenge. Guiding Good Choices is a FREE workshop that aims to equip parents with tools to keep connected with their preteens as they are encountering new challenges. Guiding Good Choices is a five session program for parents of children in grades 4-8.

Childcare and a meal is provided!
Unite! Washougal Coalition is offering Guiding Good Choices beginning October 16th, 6:00-8:00 pm.

Register by contacting deborahconnors@unitewashougal.org or call 360-713-1232.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is my school counselor?

Jessica Loren, Last Names A-K

Amber Thielbar, Last Names L-Z

How is a student referred to the school counselor?

Students may be referred by parents and school staff. Additionally, students may self-refer. Parents can contact counselors at any time to share personal, social, academic or other concerns.

How does a student access a counselor?

We have an open door policy. Stop by our offices in the Student Center to make arrangements to meet with us. If we are unavailable, fill out a purple colored Request for Appointment form, located in the Student Center, and drop it in your counselor’s box.

Are students required to participate in support groups offered by the counseling program?

No. Participation is voluntary. Groups are largely formed based upon student request. However, parents and staff may recommend a student for potential participation in group services.

How is confidentiality handled by the counselors?

Student information is kept confidential unless disclosure is required by law to prevent clear and imminent danger to the student or others, or when legal requirements demand that confidential information be revealed.

WEEKEND BACKPACK PROGRAM

NEW for the 2016-2017 school year! Year-long STAR classes for 8th graders

8th grade only STAR Selections 2016-2017

 Click on the link below the title to access the application and EMAIL the application to the instructor 

ADVANCED
ART 

advancedartapplication.docx
Contact laura.Richards@camas.wednet.edu
Application & Teacher Approval Required

Contact This is a year-long course for which students will need to have had at least one prior trimester of basic art.  Projects are based on state curriculum guidelines for fine arts that include an understanding of the basic Elements of Art and Principles of Design.  Students will learn about artistic styles/genres and art history (in relation to specific assignments).  They will use a variety of art media (materials).  During the year, we will cover six units of study:  Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Alternative Mediums, Sculpture, and Independent Study.  Students receive grades bases on specific assignment criteria.  There is a $10.00 fee for this class to help offset supply costs.  Application available at the Art Room or in Student Center. Contact laura.Richards@camas.wednet.edu

ADVANCED
TECHNOLOGY

year_long_8th_tech_app.docx
Contact ann.hofmann@camas.wednet.edu
Application & Teacher Approval Required

Prerequisite: Students will need a minimum typing speed/accuracy of 35 WPM/95% accuracy for this course.  They will need to have taken at least one Technology class or have teacher permission.  Application available in the Student Center.
This year-long course will include an in-depth exploration into Microsoft Office programs in Preparation for Freshman Focus’ MS Office certifications.  Students will also learn to create animations through the Adobe Flash program.  Projects will include PSA’s multi-layered animations.  Web design (program to be determined) will also be covered, exploring the good, the bad and the effective web design principles.  NOTE:  THIS IS NOT A CLASS TO LEARN TO TYPE, students need this skill in order to get into the class.  We will spend very little time working on keyboarding skills.
Contact ann.hofmann@camas.wednet.edu

ADVANCED
ROBOTICS

advanced_robotics_application.doc
Contact Julie.leonard@camas.wednet.edu
Application & Teacher Approval Required

This year-long robotics class, we will be exploring the world of robotics and coding.  We will utilize our robots to explore science and technology using data logging and algorithms.  There will be an application process and class size is limited.
Prerequisite:  Must have earned an A or B in 7th grade Robotics or have permission from the teacher if new to District.  Application available in the Student Center.
Contact
Julie.Lenoard@camas.wednet.edu

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who is my school counselor?

Jessica Loren, Last Names A-K

Amber Thielbar, Last Names L-Z

How is a student referred to the school counselor?

Students may be referred by parents and school staff. Additionally, students may self-refer. Parents can contact counselors at any time to share personal, social, academic or other concerns.

 

How does a student access a counselor?

We have an open door policy. Stop by our offices in the Student Center to make arrangements to meet with us. If we are unavailable, fill out a purple colored Request for Appointment form, located in the Student Center, and drop it in your counselor’s box.

 

Are students required to participate in support groups offered by the counseling program?

No. Participation is voluntary. Groups are largely formed based upon student request. However, parents and staff may recommend a student for potential participation in group services.

 

How is confidentiality handled by the counselors?

Student information is kept confidential unless disclosure is required by law to prevent clear and imminent danger to the student or others, or when legal requirements demand that confidential information be revealed.