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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Chemistry lab tables in Mrs. Connie Sus classroom.

Explosive Products of Science Department Change

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer June 15, 2017

Public schools should dedicate their efforts towards providing a thorough education to all students. The new suggested science route removes the freshmen courses Earth Science and Physical Science Honors,...

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Social Sciences teacher, Ms. Tawney Safran.

Scorps Spotlight 19: Ms. Tawney Safran

Rachel Ryan , Staff Writer June 14, 2017

Cam High social science teacher and swim coach, Mrs. Tawney Safran, strives to inspire students to ponder and experience life and history. Safran, who grew up in Oxnard, obtained a bachelor's degree...

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The video production class got a new room to use as a studio this year so they could conduct live streams.

Cam High’s Video Production Class: Through the lens with storytelling

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer June 13, 2017

Cam High's video production class is passionate about creating informative and entertaining material. The personalities of the members, editors, and video operators work during third period under the...

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Cam High and German Exchange students (from left to right) Sarah Smith, Kylie Speth, Ruby Emmert, Katie Oliver, Sara Deschner, and Lea Schneider.

Faces From Around the World

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer May 19, 2017

Students visiting from all over the globe peppered Cam High's halls for the last few months. For three weeks, 33 Germans visited through the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) and, throughout...

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Mrs. Melvina Barnes, former math, English, and directive studies teacher at Cam High.

Mrs. Barnes Seeks Greener Pastures

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer May 10, 2017

Mrs. Melvina Barnes, math, English, and directive studies teacher, recently resigned after 8 years at Cam High. Starting Friday, Mar. 17, she began working as a family life consultant for navy families...

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Office aide students wear a pass as they send out passes to classes around the school.

New Era for Aiding

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer April 19, 2017

As of this school year, office and teacher aides are required to take a Regional Occupational Programs (R.O.P) class in addition to their aiding period to ensure that all classes, including aiding, have...

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Students and teachers playing a card game at last years After Prom held at Roxy Stadium 11.

Seniors’ Last Hurrah

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer March 23, 2017

DJ Wicho, poker tables, raffle prizes, balloon animals, and other entertainment will fill the night of Cam High's 26th annual After Prom at the Roxy Theater in Camarillo, which intends to provide seniors...

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Seniors will take the online test at the end of the year as a test for statewide science learning standards.

Seniors to take Practice Science Test in Spring

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer February 27, 2017

Cam High seniors will take the science section of the newly implemented California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) this spring, in order to measure levels of comprehension and...

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As a Chinese New Year tradition, grandparents receive red envelopes from their children and grandchildren as tokens of respect.

The Year of the Rooster

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer February 2, 2017

Cock-a-doodle-doo! Wake up, it's the Chinese New Year and this year, the calendar celebrates the year of rooster. Chinese New Year festivities occur throughout this month in celebration of family, friends,...

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For the past few days Ive been studying, at least for math, five or six hours day. I would not recommend it for mental health or physical health, said Yen Nguyen, junior. High school students around the country are currently in the midst of finals week, and many are preparing in different ways.

The Finals Frontier

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer January 25, 2017

This week's spike in StudentVue checks, maelstrom of late-work submissions, and increase in all-nighters are only a handful of the symptoms that accompany finals season. At Cam High and high schools everywhere,...

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Coach Frances Lepepe gives the team feedback on their scrimmage.

Just Ruck It

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer December 8, 2016

  [slideshow_deploy id='61038']   Cleats dig into the grass, kicking up dirt as the fullback prepares to tackle the opposing player sprinting towards the goal line.  Players collide...

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The first place winning art piece by Alexander Li, Cam High senior, for the Regional Tunnel Boring Machine art contest.

Li’s Metro Masterpiece

Rachael Ryan, Staff Writer October 26, 2016

Senior Alexander Li won the Regional Tunnel Boring Machine Art Contest hosted by the Los Angeles Metro System after submitting a colored pencil illustration of the city and its new underground trains. Li...

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