Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Andrea McClanahan and Steven Goolsby, December Watercare Industrial Services Student of the Month

WHS senior Andrea “Draya” McClanahan is diligent in her studies and willing to help others. Not afraid to ask questions, Draya is quick to master concepts. Actively involved in the Washougal High School Drama program, Draya has participated in many different shows during her high school years. Whatever she does, Andrea gives her best. Congratulations, Andrea!

WHS senior Steven Goolsby defines the word compassion. He is a talented singer, actor, and tennis player, and these have molded him into a great role model for others. His caring spirit is evident when he gives of his time to participate in community service events. We should all have at least one Steven in our lives making the world a better place. Congratulations, Steven!

Rotary Scholar of the Month - David Choi & Sam Ohara

David Choi, sophomore at Washougal High School, was selected by the staff as the November Rotary Scholar. David is an excels in mathematics and music. He is a member of the Jazz Band and Wind Ensemble, and last year as a freshman, he was the alternate to the state solo and ensemble competition. Congratulations, David!

Sam Ohara, sophomore at Washougal High School, was selected by the staff as the December Rotary Scholar. Sam is taking Honors Chemistry and Advanced Placement Literature, and he is a member of the Wind Ensemble. Congratulations, Sam!

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Stuff the Bus Podcast available

For our first podcast, Superintendent Teresa Baldwin sits down with Curt Denny, Vice President of the Camas/Washougal Business Association to talk about the 2009 Stuff the Bus food drive campaign.

Download the podcast!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Rotary Scholar of the Month - Lauren Fialdini

Lauren Fialdini, sophomore at Washougal High School, was selected by the staff as the October Rotary Scholar. She is the daughter of Mike and Susie Fialdini. Congratulations, Lauren!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Shane Phillips and Molly Day, October Watercare Industrial Services Student of the Month

WHS senior and Eagle Scout, Shane Phillips is both a stellar student and an outstanding musician. Shane sets his sights high and consistently exceeds his goals. Each time he plays his saxophone in competitions, Shane strives to improve, and his energy gets his fellow band members pumped up and ready to play. Shane has excelled in his Advanced Placement classes and participated in the Washington Aerospace Scholars program last summer. Along with his academic, musical, and leadership abilities, Shane has a great sense of humor. All these qualities will carry him far.

An extremely talented flute and piccolo player, WHS senior Molly Day is described as a wonderful young lady. Molly serves as a section leader in Wind Ensemble (first chair) and in pep band. Pleasant and hard working, Molly provides a positive, motivating influence on other students in her role as a STAR mentor. She also excels in the visual arts and in her academic classes. Molly was one of three students who passed the AP chemistry exam last year. We know Molly will be a success in whatever she pursues.