WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE BOWL?

Knowledge Bowl is kind of like a team Jeopardy competition. A school’s Knowledge Bowl team is made up of smaller teams, each consisting of generally 4 – 6 team members. Our school’s teams compete against other teams from neighboring schools to see who can answer the most questions in math, science, history, English, social studies, etc.

During each competition, teams compete in a written round (45 multiple-choice questions in middle school, 60 for high school) and two oral rounds (45 questions each round, except for 60 each in high school). The winning team is based on the total number of questions answered correctly in all three rounds.

The high school regular season runs from October through February.  The middle school season runs from January through February.

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Regional Tournament Pre-Meet Info

This post pertains only to Camas High School Knowledge Bowl 

On Monday, February 28th, Camas High School Knowledge Bowl will travel with its qualifying teams (all Varsity teams and two of our JV teams … #2 and #4 … check out the final JV Regional Standings and Varsity Regional Standings) to the Southwest Washington Regional Tournament in Longview.

Students will miss the entire day and are released from 8:45 on. They should quickly gather their stuff and report immediately to the bus lane loading area. We will depart at 9am sharp for  Longview to compete in the tournament held at Lower Columbia College (LCC). Once again, this is an all day event for us.

FYI, LCC is asking us to adhere to their Covid Guidelines. Please review and monitor yourself accordingly. If you present with a temperature or any symptoms on the day of the competition, they will refuse you entry and you will have to be picked up in Longview.

After competition, we will have dinner on the way home at Ichi 21 Teriyaki, returning to CHS between 6:30 and 7:00 PM. Students should plan on either bringing their own lunch, dinner food, and snacks AND/OR money for those meals. For a more detailed listing of the day’s events, please see below.

For all of our JV teams, this tournament will conclude the regular and postseason, as well as practices for the year. If Varsity qualifies a team for State, we will focus on having Varsity only practices for the next few weeks leading up to the 03/19/22 State Tournament.

As usual, if you can’t make it to this tournament for any reason, please let me AND your team know immediately. Last year this tournament was on the the first day of spring practice, and I think that’s also true this year. If that’s the case, please communicate with your coaches to let them know of your interest and that you’ll be with them the very next day. It’s important that you uphold your commitment to Knowledge Bowl. I’m sure your coaches will understand, since they’ll also be looking for and expecting that same level of commitment from you in their sport/activity.

Finally, IF there is an inclement weather late start on Monday, which we’re not expecting, you would simply report for bus loading at the bus lane loading area at 10:45 (classes would have normally started at 10:45). That will make our arrival time at the meet very tight, but we should still be able to make it. Please note, however, that this scenario would take away your ability to go out to lunch prior to the opening ceremony, so bringing your own lunch food in this event would be almost a necessity. If school is canceled, all activities are also canceled, so we would then be unable to attend the meet.

Nice season, CHS Knowledge Bowl. Let’s finish strong!

SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY:

  • 8:45 – Released from first period through sixth period; report immediately to flag pole for bus loading.
  • 9:00 – Depart for Longview
  • 10:15 – Arrive at Lower Columbia College Gym, deliver equipment and meet materials, pick up packets, eat sack lunch and/or visit grocery store across the street
  • 11:30 – Opening and Welcome Assembly (All Varsity and JV teams) – LCC Gym
  • 12:00 – Written Round Begins – LCC Gym (Varsity & JV)
  • 1:00 – Oral Round #1 – Assigned Rooms
  • 2:00 – Oral Round #2 – Assigned Rooms
  • 3:00 – “Championship” Oral Round – Assigned Rooms
  • 4:15 – Final Results, Awards (All Teams) – Assigned Rooms
  • 4:30 – Dinner at Ichi 21 Teriyaki
  • 5:30 – Depart for CHS
  • 6:30 – 7:00 – Arrive at CHS

Competition Locations – Both the Varsity and the JV competitions will take place on the campus of LCC.

Substitutions – Substitutions in both the Varsity and JV meets will be allowed after question #15 AND #30, since each oral round will consist of 45 questions.

“Championship” Round – The 3rd Oral Round will be conducted as a Championship Round. Scores obtained previously during the day will be used to determine how teams are grouped for this round. Only the scores obtained during the 3rd Oral Round will determine final team places. All ties will be broken as needed.

Breaking Ties – Ties between rounds will be broken by comparing previous scores. For example, if a tie exists after Oral #1, the written round score will be used, while if a tie exists after Oral #2, the scores after Oral #1 will be used, and so on. If these are also tied, a coin toss will be used. The only exceptions are when state qualifying places are involved at the end of Oral Round #2 or the Championship Round (Oral Round #3). In such a case, a 10-question playoff will be held for the two teams involved (or 15 questions for three teams). If still tied, questions will be read in sets of 5 until the tie is broken.

Qualifying for State – The top finishing 4A school, the top two 3A schools, the top four 2A schools, the top two 1A schools, and the top four B schools will each qualify a team for the State Tournament. (Keep in mind the state rule that each school may send only one team to state.)

State Meet T-Shirts – Please note that on the state website you will find information about ordering this year’s commemorative State Meet T-Shirt. This is our fundraiser for the year, so please consider buying a shirt, whether you’re going to State or not. Shirts will be provided by CHS Knowledge Bowl to any CHS qualifying team.

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RR#4 Meet Info

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

This post is for Camas High School Knowledge Bowl. Our 4th and final regular season meet of the season is scheduled for this Wednesday, 02/02/22, at Washougal High School. Let’s go!

Here are the details:

  • Students will be released directly after the 5th period bell.
    • Your teachers and the attendance office will have been notified, but please make individual arrangements with your 6th period teachers for work missed that Wednesday.
  • Upon release, report immediately to the bus loading area.  We will depart by 2:00. You snooze, you lose.
    • Bring homework and anything you’d like to work on with you on this trip.
    • A Lunch crew, please swing by 710 after release to help collect equipment for trip, etc.
    • B Lunch crew, please collect our practice equipment from 507 and have that ready to take with us on the bus.
  • We should arrive at Washougal High School by about 2:15 PM. If the meet goes well, we plan to be wrapping up competition by about 5:00-5:15
  • If all goes as planned with our departure time, we should be arriving back at CHS between 5:30 and 5:45 PM.
    • If you plan on being picked up at Washougal High School, check out with me before leaving. Also note that your ride must be there BEFORE I get on the bus and we depart. If not, then your ride will have to reroute and pick you up at Camas High School.
  • Please have a ride ready by calling/texting ahead as our return time gets more and more clear.

If for some reason you’re unable to make it to the meet and you haven’t yet informed me and your team, you need to let us know immediately.  Please email if you have questions.

Cheers!

Mr. Greene and Mr. Bohac

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CHS RR#3 Meet Results

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

There were three different Camas teams/programs in action at Union High School last night, January 12th, 2022. Boys basketball sadly lost a squeaker, girls basketball won comfortably, and Camas Knowledge Bowl also rolled to victory! Two out of three aint bad, right?

Here’s how it played out:

  • Varsity – 1st, 3rd 4th, and 8th out of 9.
    • Camas Varsity #1 had an impressive night that earned them first place overall with 72 points total! The next closest team had 55 points. Wow!
    • This team is made up of Jackson Chase, Khoi Dam, Kit Nguyen, Nathan Sutherland, and Sunny Wang
    • If you’d like to see how this all shakes out in the region, have a look here (check back if not updated with most recent results): Varsity Regional Standings
  • JV – 1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th , 8th, and 9th out of 12.
    • For JV, the first place winners, with a convincingly sound score of 51, were the following JV#4 superstars: Andrew Allen, Sam Goyzman, Lisel Shyam, and Eric Theumer
    • And here are the regional standings for all Junior Varsity teams (check back if not updated with most recent results):  JV Regional Standings.
    • Looking ahead to February, keep in mind that the top 9 JV teams in the region (and all Varsity teams …) get invited to the Southwest Washington Regional Tourney at the end of the season, but each school is allowed only 2 JV entrants, despite the fact that we routinely qualify all of our teams for this tournament since we typically place MOST of our teams in the top 9. We call this limiting rule “The Camas Rule” :^) Right now that would mean that JV#4 and JV#2 would go to the tourney.

Congratulations, Camas Knowledge Bowl. I’ve pasted the complete meet scores in below for your reference. Coach Bohac and I are very proud of you all. Our next meet is February 2nd, 2022, at Washougal High School.

Thanks for your continued support,

Coach Greene & Bohac

RR#3 VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 30 22 303 20 72 1
Union #1 25 17 304 13 55 2
Camas #4 26 7 304 11 44 3
Camas #3 24 11 303 3 38 4
Union #2 26 4 303 7 37 5
CAA #1 22 4 305 5 31 6
Union #3 13 7 305 11 31 7
Camas #2 24 5 304 1 30 8
Washougal #1 20 2 305 8 30 9

 

RR#3 JUNIOR VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #4 26 14 402 11 51 1
Union #1 25 7 404 12 44 2
Camas #2 22 12 403 9 43 3
Camas #1 21 8 402 9 38 4
Union #3 19 8 403 7 34 5
Camas #5 20 6 404 7 33 6
Union #2 16 7 402 7 30 7
Camas #6 19 2 403 8 29 8
Camas #3 13 6 405 4 23 9
CAA #1 13 6 405 4 23 9
Washougal #1 15 4 404 0 19 11
CAA #2 13 1 405 3 17 12

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RR#3 Meet Info

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

Our 3rd meet of the season is scheduled for this Wednesday, 01/12/22, at Union High School. Here are the details:

  • Students will be released at 2:20, about half way through 6th period.
    • Your teachers and the attendance office will have been notified, but please make individual arrangements with your 6th period teachers for work missed that Wednesday.
  • Upon release, report immediately to the bus loading area.  We will depart by 2:30. You snooze, you lose.
    • Bring homework and anything you’d like to work on with you on this trip.
    • A Lunch crew, please swing by 710 after release to help collect equipment for trip, etc.
    • B Lunch crew, please collect our practice equipment from 507 and have that ready to take with us on the bus.
  • We should arrive at Union High School by about 2:45 PM. If the meet goes well, we plan to be wrapping up competition by about 5:30-6:00
  • If all goes as planned with our departure time, we should be arriving back at CHS between 6:00 and 6:30 PM.
  • Please have a ride ready by calling/texting ahead as our return time gets more and more clear.

If for some reason you’re unable to make it to the meet and you haven’t yet informed me and your team, you need to let us know immediately.  Please email if you have questions.

Cheers!

Mr. Greene and Mr. Bohac

ORAL ROUND SCHEDULE FOR 21-22 SEASON

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CHS RR#2 Meet Results

Camas Knowledge Bowl had a great showing last night here at Camas High School, knowledge bowling its way to top finishes against others from the League in our 2nd Round Robin tournament of the year. There were over 100 students and 4 schools involved in this, not to mention the 15+ adults who volunteered their time/resources to make this possible (see below for a full listing of them …).

Here’s how it played out:

  • Varsity – 1st, 2nd, 5th, and 7th out of 9
    • Camas Varsity #2 had an impressive night that earned them first place overall with 59 points total! They were closely trailed by Camas #1 (55 points).
    • Congrats, Camas Varsity #2!  This team is made up of Aiden Bai, Stephen Fewel, Ava Wagner, Andrew Wessel, Steven Wu, and Christopher Steinbronn.
    • If you’d like to see how this shakes out in the region, have a look here (check back if not updated with most recent results): Varsity Regional Standings
  • JV – 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th , and 8th out of 12.
    • For JV, the first place winners, with a convincingly sound score of 46, were the following JV#1 sophomore phenoms: Vincent Li, Luka Obradovic, Aarav Shah, Tyler Sutherland, Ryan Wang, and Laura Wang
    • And here are the regional standings for all Junior Varsity teams (check back if not updated with most recent results):  JV Regional Standings.
    • Looking ahead to February, keep in mind that the top 9 JV teams in the region (and all Varsity teams …) get invited to the Southwest Washington Regional Tourney at the end of the season, but each school is allowed only 2 JV entrants, despite the fact that we routinely qualify all of our teams for this tournament since we typically place MOST of our teams in the top 9. We call this limiting rule “The Camas Rule” :^)

    Congratulations, Camas Knowledge Bowl.  I’ve pasted the complete meet scores in below for your reference.  Coach Bohac and I are very proud of you all. Our next meet is January 12th, 2022, at Union High School.

    Thanks for your continued support,

    Coach Greene & Bohac

    P.S.  A special thanks to the Camas community and staff at CHS who helped make this meet possible by reading, timing, allowing us to use their rooms, etc.  These sorts of activities simply aren’t possible without that support, so a special thanks to them for giving back and helping to provide students with a quality, competitive, team-based activity.  The volunteers are, in no particular order … Beth Filion, Dale Croswell, Erik Wiitanen, Kevin and Amy Leetham, Michael Newton, Jane Greene, Aimee Johnson, Pam Crockford, CHS Custodial, Heather Siewert, Joe Farland, Stacey Nilles, Jeanne Jarvis, Greg Macgowan, and Barb Loewen

    RR#2 VARSITY
    School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
    Camas #2 31 15 705 13 59 1
    Camas #1 27 16 706 12 55 2
    Washougal #1 29 6 705 13 48 3
    Union #1 23 12 706 12 47 4
    Camas #3 27 14 705 5 46 5
    Union #2 22 10 709 10 42 6
    Camas #4 31 4 706 2 37 7
    CAA #1 20 5 709 12 37 8
    Union #3 25 1 709 2 28 9
    RR#2 JUNIOR VARSITY
    School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
    Camas #1 29 10 708 7 46 1
    Camas #4 24 9 711 12 45 2
    Union #3 22 11 710 11 44 3
    Camas #6 27 8 710 8 43 4
    Camas #2 23 10 708 8 41 5
    Camas #3 23 6 711 8 37 6
    Union #1 21 7 708 9 37 7
    Camas #5 21 2 712 10 33 8
    Union #2 19 8 710 5 32 9
    CAA #2 18 5 712 8 31 10
    CAA #1 23 1 711 4 28 11
    Washougal #1 15 4 712 2 21 12

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RR#2 CHS Home Meet Info

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

Meet #2 is happening this Wednesday, 12/08/21, here at CHS. Here’s the lowdown on what you need to know for it.

No early release for this one. Directly after 6th period, gather your stuff and report to the CHS North Commons and get ready for the written round. Make sure to bring scratch paper and pencils for the written.  Help let visitors into the North Commons, or maybe ask me or Mr. Bohac if there are errands that need to be run, etc.

Let’s go!

Probable Schedule

  • 3:00-3:15 . . . . . . Arrive, and gather in CHS North Commons
  • 3:15 . . . . . . Welcome and Instructions (CHS North Commons).
  • 3:20-3:50 . . . . . . Written Round (All teams in CHS North Commons).
  • 4:00 . . . . . . Oral Round #1 (See Below).
    * Between the Oral Rounds – Return to the CHS North Commons for results and room assignments
  • 4:45-5:00 . . . . . . Oral Round #2 (TBA, will be posted in the CHS North Commons).
  • 5:30-5:45 . . . . . . Please return to the CHS North Commons for Final Results and a grab and go snack

Room and Team Assignments for Oral Round #1

VARSITY

705 Camas #1 vs Union #1 vs Union #3
706 Camas #2 vs Camas #4 vs Union #2
709 Camas #3 vs CAA #1 vs Washougal #1

JUNIOR VARSITY

710 Camas #1 vs Camas #6 vs Washougal #1
711 Camas #2 vs Camas #5 vs Union #3
712 Camas #3 vs CAA #1 vs Union #2
708 Camas #4 vs Union #1 vs CAA #2

Room and Team assignments for Oral Round #2 will depend upon total team scores for the first two rounds; these will be posted in the CHS North Commons after Oral Round #1 once all of the scores are in.

Varsity: 1 v 3 v 5, 2 v 4 v 6, 7 v 8 v 9

JV: 1 v 4 v 7, 2 v 5 v 8, 3 v 6 v 9, 10 v 11 v 12

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K-Bowl RR#1 Meet Results

CHS Knowledge Bowl traveled to Columbia Adventist Academy last night to compete in the 1st meet of the season, and our first “in person” meet in almost two years.  We did very well. @PapermakersArmy,  @Camasonian_

On the Varsity side of things, we had a great night, with Camas taking  1st, 2nd, 4th, and 7th out of 9. Camas #1 was the big winner, though, cruising to victory with a score of 63 total points. The next closest team had 42 total points. Wow, what a margin. Camas #1 is made up of Jackson Chase, Khoi Dam, Kit Nguyen, Nathan Sutherland, and Sunny Wang.

Junior Varsity also had a very strong showing taking 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 9th out of 12. Top honors went to JV #4, who scored a very solid 54 points to convincingly claim 1st place. They are Andrew Allen, Sam Goyzman, Lisel Shyman, and Eric Theumer. Bravo!

If you’d like to see how things are shaking out in the League/Region, check out the standings: Varsity Regional Standings & JV Regional Standings.  If you didn’t already recall this, our region ranges from about Longview in the north, to Ilwaco in the west, to White Salmon in the east.  What a great start to the season for Camas. Well done!

Our next meet is Wednesday, December 8th, at Camas High School. Let’s go!

RR#1 VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 27 18 101 18 63 1
Camas #3 29 7 105 6 42 2
Union #2 24 7 105 9 40 3
Camas #2 24 10 101 3 37 4
Washougal #1 22 7 105 6 35 5
Union #1 22 8 101 3 33 6
Camas #4 21 3 302 7 31 7
Union #3 17 3 302 5 25 8
CAA #1 17 2 302 3 22 9
RR#1 JUNIOR VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #4 23 21 102 10 54 1
Camas #2 28 10 103 12 50 2
Union #3 24 10 104 8 42 3
Union #1 19 11 102 5 35 4
Camas #1 19 5 104 6 30 5
Camas #3 19 6 103 4 29 6
Camas #5 16 6 106 7 29 7
Union #2 17 6 103 5 28 8
Camas #6 18 6 102 3 27 9
CAA #1 20 1 106 3 24 10
Washougal #1 19 3 104 2 24 11
CAA #2 13 2 106 0 15 12

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Round Robin Meet #1 Info

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

Our 1st meet of the season is scheduled for next Wednesday, 11/03/21, at Columbia Adventist Academy. Here are the details:

  • Students will be released at 1:49, directly after 5th period.
    • Your teachers and the attendance office will have been notified, but please make individual arrangements with your 6th period teachers for work missed that Wednesday.
  • Upon release, report immediately to the bus loading area.  We will depart by 2:15.
    • Bring homework and anything you’d like to work on with you on this trip.
    • A Lunch crew, please swing by 710 after release to help collect equipment for trip, etc.
    • B Lunch crew, please collect our practice equipment from 506 and have that ready to take with us on the bus.
  • We should arrive at Columbia Adventist Academy by about 2:45-3:00 PM. If the meet goes well, we plan to be wrapping up competition by about 5:30
  • If all goes as planned with our departure time, we should be arriving back at CHS between 6:00 and 6:30 PM.
    • Please have a ride ready by calling/texting ahead as our return time gets more and more clear.

If for some reason you’re unable to make it to the meet and you haven’t yet informed me and your team, you need to let us know immediately.  Please email if you have questions.

Cheers!

Mr. Greene and Mr. Bohac

ORAL ROUND SCHEDULE FOR 21-22 SEASON

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CHS Team Selection 21-22

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

It’s time for us to form teams and get ready for competition. Here’s some info for that process.

We always want to do well in Knowledge Bowl, but we also want to have fun. Part of having fun and doing well is being with people that share your interests and desires. To that end, I’m asking for your input on the people that you’d like to work with this year.

Whenever possible, I’ll try to honor your wishes and desires as I work to put together the magnificent puzzle that will be our 4 Varsity and 6 JV teams. Inevitably, though, there will be some issues to work through with this, so please help me help you and let me know if you have concerns or comments. Thanks in advance for your patience, grace, and flexibility with this process. Those things are, afterall, part of being a good teammate.

Couple of reminders about the team selection process:

  • If you have a prepackaged team where 6 of you have agreed to form a team, please just have one person (maybe the captain or designated form filler outer?) submit the form so that there’s less stuff to sift through on my end.
  • Teams can and will cut across lunches and grade levels.
  • We are limited to 6 on a team and will need to have 6 on each team due to our awesome turn out. If you have less than 6, remaining spots will be filled.
  • If you’re not sure who to choose or you don’t really care, maybe just select one or two or three others that you’d be comfortable working with potentially. I’ll do my best, but the more legwork you do on your end, the better the results usually are for you.
  • You must login to the team form with your CSD#117 Google logon to begin the process of selecting your potential teammates.
  • Use this link to give your input for the teams this year: https://forms.gle/WLUPZf3SBQrYdMkF7 

Please complete this by end of lunch on 10/25/21 (Mon.) to have your input considered.

The first draft of teams will be revealed a couple of days after the deadline for team selection has come and passed. You will meet up with your full team for the first time after school during conference period in a REQUIRED MEETING on 10/28/19, from 2:54-3:20 in room 710 if you’re JV, and room 506 if you’re on varsity. The purpose of that meeting is to do a quick practice mini-written round and to talk strategy for the first meet. Please plan on being at this REQUIRED MEETING  so we can take care of our teams and get the practice needed for our first meet.

Questions? Email me or come see me or Mr. Bohac during practice in 710 and 506 respectively.

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Welcome to CHS Knowledge Bowl 2021-22

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

It’s once again that time of the year to fire up CHS Knowledge Bowl and get ready for the season, which we hope will resemble something more like the traditional in-person knowledge bowl we know and love!

In preparation for the year, we will hold a couple of brief, 5-10 minute informational meetings during lunch in room 710 on Tuesday, 10/05/21 OR Thursday, 10/07/21. You only need to come to one of these, so please choose just one of the days, either Tuesday or Thursday, to show up during your regularly scheduled lunch time (A lunch or B lunch) to reconnect with your k-bowl compadres, get some info for this year’s season. These will be super brief; you’ll be free to go and eat after about 5-10 minutes of info and Q&A.

To be clear, though, you can sign up now by following the steps outlined below! You don’t have to wait until the meeting.

Never done Knowledge Bowl? No sweat. Show up and we’ll get you squared away with the wonderful world of bowling for knowledge!

In summary:

  • Practices will eventually happen Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during lunch. There will be no practice on Wednesdays.
  • You will likely be assigned a lunch grouping you’ll practice with two times per week, probably a Monday/Thursday group OR a Tuesday/Friday group to accommodate the large numbers and the need for 6ft distancing while eating and practicing.
  • After the first week, we’ll split to different practice locations, with the A lunch knowledge bowlers working with Mr. Greene in 710. B lunch will work with Mr. Bohac in 506.
  • Knowledge Bowl is limited to 50-60 total participants. So … the first 50-60 to have all of their registrations and related paperwork completed will be the ones participating this year.  

Speaking of which, your successful registration and enrollment in Knowledge Bowl this year consists of the following time sensitive actions:

  1. Clicking on the online registration link and filling out the form. I’ll use this form for gathering some basic information I need for the season.
  2. Getting an ASB card and paying the “pay to play” fee of $40 that covers transportation and miscellaneous program expenses. Pay by cash or check at the ASB window before/after school or during lunch. You can also pay online: https://wa-camas.intouchreceipting.com/ 
  3. Filling out the paperwork and permissions form to be completed and emailed back to Mr. Greene. This is a fillable PDF form that you can make a copy of, fill out, then save and email back to me. If you have problems with this form, you can print this and fill it out by hand, scan it, or even take pictures and email them to me (least preferred option). You’re also welcome to drop this off to me at CHS in room 710 if that suits you better.
  4. Signing up and/or updating your Remind info to receive vital info about k-bowl via text, email, and/or app. If you’ve done this in the past, you should just need to verify your membership in this group and the related settingshttps://www.remind.com/join/4428864

Looking forward to a great, fun year hanging out with you all and bowling for knowledge. As always, email with questions. We’ll see you on 10/05 or 10/07 … Cheers!

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