Cheryl Delamarter, President

Called into Christian education over 25 years ago, Cheryl comes to the board with expertise in integrating bible truth into all aspects of instruction. With a BA in Education and a MA in Student Development , her career experience includes administration and teaching at the collegiate level, teaching experience on all grade levels,  development and public relations. Cheryl is author of several books empowering children and adults to apply the scriptures to daily living. Passionate about God's word with a love for children and discipleship, Cheryl is honored to serve on the board of CCA. MArried nearly 37 years, she and her husband Larry, are blessed with 4 children, a son-in-law and 2 grandchildren.

Roger Miller, Officer

Roger Miller comes to the Camas Christian Board with 30 years of experience in Christian education and a total of 35 years in education. Roger served as a school principal for most of those years. He has his Masters degree in Educational Administration. Roger has a great passion for Christian education and believes in the importance of a Biblically based academic program. He understands the need for young people to be educated in an environment that proclaims the truth and educates the whole child. He has been married for 34 years to his wonderful wife Debi, and they have two married children and three grandkids. Roger desires to see CCA reach the communities of East Clark County, and considers it a great privilege to serve on the Camas Christian Academy Board.

Scott Morris, Secretary

Scott Morris felt a calling into Christian education at the very beginning of his career. He was the principal of Evangelical Christian Academy in The Dalles, Oregon. Later he taught in the Washougal public schools for 14 years, followed by 17 years at Clark College.

He started CHILD Ministries, the non-profit organization that provides tax exemption and oversees the funding and operation of Camas Christian Academy. He served on the board of directors of CHILD Ministries as a director and an officer of the corporation for several years. In 2014 he took a leave of absence from the board to teach at CCA. After four years in the classroom, he returned to the board to continue serving CCA in that capacity.

Scott has a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in music education and a Master of Education degree with special emphasis on literacy. He holds a current Washington State k-8 Elementary Education teaching certificate with an endorsement for k-12 music.

Scott and his wife Christie have been married 41 years. Three of their four children live in Clark County, and all their local grandchildren have attended Camas Christian Academy.

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