Copperview Receives Select 25 Award!
You and your community are invited to a
Town Hall Meeting
For Parents,Teachers and Patrons of
Canyons School District
Thursday May 21st, 7:00-8:30 pm
Jordan High School Choir Room
For More Information CLICK HERE
Because of Marci Oliphant-Allred's innovative, hands-on approach to making learning fun and meaningful, the students in her kindergarten class increased from a
42 percent proficiency level in reading in the fall to a 92 proficiency level on the winter benchmark assessment. But her skills go beyond helping students succeed. Oliphant-Allred teaches her students life skills to prepare them to be positive, productive citizens and provides opportunities for parents to easily participate in the classroom. She also serves as the Building Leadership Team leader for her grade, sharing ideas and resources with her team. For these reasons, Oliphant-Allred has been chosen as Copperview Elementary's 2015 Teacher of the Year.
Copperview Distinguish Cougar Award
As a student at Copperview Elementary, students are taking the first step toward a college degree. After completing elementary school, students education will take them through middle and high school, also. Once they have earned a high school diploma, they will be ready to begin college.
The Distinguished Cougar program is designed to show students at Copperview Elementary that by completing the extra work involved with college, they will earn rewards such as a better paying job, more career choices, and the satisfaction of learning and achieving new things.
Just like in college, there are three steps to the Distinguished Cougar Award. The Associates, Bachelors and the Masters Degrees. The requirements for each step must be completed to achieve each level. Click on the grade below to veiw the requirements for each grade.
To participate you will need to pick up a packet at the Copperview Office.
Distinguish Cougar Award Requirements