Tag Archive: science

Nov 28

MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute

The Camas MST program is a member of the National Consortium of Specialized Secondary Schools. Through our membership in this program, you have the opportunity to take online coursework, as well as possibly get involved in their summer institute. Check it out: “We are excited to announce that NCSSS and MIT, with its unique engineering …

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Oct 03

OHSU “Art of Neuroscience” Contest

Sep 26

Watershed Reflections Art & Expressions Contest

Start planning now to participate in Earth Day 2017 by submitting an entry into the student environmental art and expression contest. Download the flyer here: Contest Info SUBMISSION CATEGORIES (One entry per person): Traditional Media: Drawings, paintings, or mixed media artwork. Entries will be judged based on interpretation of theme, creativity, and presentation. Photography: Unaltered photographs taken …

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Sep 16

APES Scientific Evidence Critique

MST Students in Mrs. Dean’s APES class spent part of this week learning and practicing how to critique their ability and their peers’ ability to find scientific evidence in support or in rejection of a claim found in the media. Nice work, APES! [new_royalslider id=”16″]

Apr 22

APES Energy “Speed Dating”

Speed dating (noun): an event at which each participant converses individually with all the prospective partners for a few minutes in order to select those with whom dates are desired.   Mrs. Dean’s MST AP Environmental (APES) students took part in an energy speed-dating event with their class. They were responsible for researching the energy …

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Apr 12

Washington State Science and Engineering Fair 2016

Congratulations to 10 of our students who competed at the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair in Bremerton, Washington over spring break. All 10 earned state honors: In the Engineering Mechanics Category 1st place honors to sophomore Sarah Wells-Moran and 2nd place honors to freshman Rahul Ram; Earth and Environmental Sciences Category  3rd place honors …

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Jan 19

Helpers Needed for 03/02 Fox Science Fair

Magnetos, Fox elementary is looking for some help giving feedback to students on their annual Science Fair projects.  Are you interested in helping students hone their work and building up their identity as young, budding scientists? March 2nd is the date.  The time is in two slots: 5:15-6:00pm OR 6:00-6:45pm. The location is Fox (see above …

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Jan 08

WA Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Interested in taking your work to the next level with the Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (WJSHS)? Deadlines are approaching, if you are.  Check out this opportunity that a few of our Magnetos have successfully taken on in the past, and be sure to check in with Mrs. Newman: “We invite all interested Washington …

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Dec 16

December Mini-Symposium

In December of each year we host a smaller version of the full-blown, 9-12th grade research Symposium we put on in May of each year.  This mini-event is a presentation of the undersclassmen’s first phase of research.  We enlist the help of our upperclassmen and recent graduates who act as panelists to offer constructive feedback in our …

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Dec 15

Senior School Board Showcase

On December 14th, 2015, the entire Magnet senior class presented their summer internship work and projects to the Camas School District school board and community at the Zellerbach Administration Center.  After the poster fair, staff, students, and community convened for the regular school board meeting and listened to formal presentations of internships by seniors Tammy Chen and Anna Roche. …

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