Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

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The cost of graduation. Photo provided by: http://www.lkcdesigns.com

OUHSD May Have to Provide Graduation Gowns to All Seniors for Free

Kaylie Chen, Video Editor January 16, 2018

The Amended Fiscal Management Advisory 17-01, published July 28, 2017 on the California Department of Education’s website, is a document describing permissible and impermissible student fees for school...

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Photo by: Cecilia Bach-Nguyen

Taste and Tell #8: A Hidden Pizza (Piece of) Camarillo

Kaylie Chen and Cecilia Bach-Nguyen November 8, 2017

The Pickwick Shopping Center is home to a variety of shops and restaurants, like the 99 Cents Only Store and Love Pho N’ Mor, which we covered in a previous Taste and Tell. Because of the large amount...

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Senior Ditch Day... Relaxation or Truancy? [Video]

Senior Ditch Day… Relaxation or Truancy? [Video]

Kaylie Chen, Video Editor October 9, 2017

An unauthorized Senior Ditch Day was coordinated by a Cam High senior on Twitter who didn't want to attend school on Sept. 29, 2017. This ditch day was met with backlash from administration, teachers,...

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Author of Light Runner Mr. Philip Brown with teacher-librarian Miss Heidi Resnik and Principal Kim Stephenson.

Shedding a Light On Writing

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer April 25, 2017

Cam High held an "Author Talk" in the school library on Apr. 4, featuring author Mr. Philip Brown, who recently released his book Light Runner. During the event arranged by librarian Ms. Heidi Resnik,...

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From Homework to Real Work

From Homework to Real Work

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer March 27, 2017

Whether it’s for spending now, collecting in a savings account, or planning ahead for college, many students search for jobs in order to satisfy their needs for cash. Though having a part-time job allows...

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Girl Scout cookies are sold through January and April.

Scouting Up a Storm

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer March 21, 2017

Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts is a widely recognized organization that helps girls discover their strengths, passions, and talents through the development of leadership skills. From elementary school students...

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Photo by: Cecilia Bach-Nguyen
Cheese rolls

Taste and Tell #5: Mama’s Hummus

Kaylie Chen and Cecilia Bach-Nguyen February 25, 2017

Expressing their promises with the slogan “Serving you not just good food, but great food," Mama’s Hummus dishes up fresh Mediterranean and Lebanese food at two locations: one in Newbury Park and one...

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Taste and Tell #1: Cagami Ramen

Taste and Tell #1: Cagami Ramen

Cecilia Bach-Nguyen and Kaylie Chen September 19, 2016

  Preceding the opening of Cagami Ramen, one could only obtain authentic ramen by enduring a long drive through L.A. traffic or resorting to the second-rate dollar cup of noodles at the local...

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Senior class president named Youth of the Year

Senior class president named ‘Youth of the Year’

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer April 1, 2016

Cam High student Robert 'Bobby' Stern was announced Youth of the Year by the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce on Friday, March 4. The annual ceremony took place at the Padre Serra Parish Center at 6 P.M.,...

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(From left to right) Brittney Wilson, Anthony Lu, and Brian Jeffers work out solutions to projected problems during a math competition round against El Camino High School.

Math team takes first in county tournament

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer March 15, 2016

Cam High's math competition team took first place in the Ventura College High School Math Competition on Saturday, Feb. 27 at Ventura College from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The competition was comprised...

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Mr. James Edwards is subbing for Ms. Adriana Pulido while she is on maternity leave.

Associate principal James Edwards temporarily joins staff

Kaylie Chen, Staff Writer March 3, 2016

After associate principal Ms. Adriana Pulido took an extended absence for maternity leave, the Oxnard Union High School hired Mr. James Edwards, former Oxnard High School principal, to be her temporary substitute. Edwards...

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