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Mar. 10, 2020 – Minutes

Welcome & Celebrations

  • Literacy Night – so many wonderful parents and volunteers
  • Book Fair – over $1000 raised
  • PTCs
  • Cassie is here, we’ll miss Shawn, but are happy to have Cassie

1) Items to Consider

    1. Safety Drills
      1. March 20 – Hazardous Materials
      2. April 16 – Earthquake
      3. Public Health Emergency (information for employees only)
    2. Teacher Student Success Plan (TSSP) Current  Plan (reviewed on 2-11-2020)
      1. Copperview staff will increase the quality of instructional delivery and build positive relationships to support student growth at Copperview by working in effective teams and using academic and social-emotional data to make decisions.
      2. Proposed Overarching Goal for 2020-2021 – Intensify instructional delivery (through teacher clarity, PBIS, positive relationships, and embedded ELD practices, particularly structured classroom discussion) across content areas with teams using data.
        1. Sandra – would like to see that we are capturing/addressing the needs of all students, differentiation of instruction.
          • Sandra gave an example of when she was volunteering in Ms. Hansen’s class – using multiple techniques to address all students needs
        2. Direction for next year is similar to this years – with emphasis in the areas listed above
        3. All SCC members approve Teacher Student Success Plan for the 2020 -2021 school year
    3. PTA President – Need a New President for 2020-2021
      1. Cassie Durant has interest in being the PTA President
    4. Photographer for Copperview
      1. Lifetouch vs. Eastman Adams
        • Reported difference in customer service – office staff and families
          • Sandra reports having an incident where she never received her daughters photo, despite her paying for them
        • Both companies have agreed to do the back drops and pictures for Winterfest
      2. Principal Rigby will contact Eastman to confirm contract and set date
  1. Upcoming Events (see Newsletter for more information)
    1. Moms Matter – March 13
    2. Census Week – March 16-20
    3. 5th Grade Maturation – March 18
    4. Mobile Food Banks – March 24 & 31 (twice this month)
    5. Teacher of the Year Assembly – March 31
    6. Spring Break – April 6-10
    7. Kindergarten Orientation – May 1
    8. Teacher Appreciation Day – May 4 – 8
    9. Last Day of School – May 29
  1. Tentative Meeting Schedule – Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30
    1. April 14
    2. May 5
  1. Next Meetings Agenda Items
    1. End of year details
    2. School plan revisit (as needed)
  1. Other
    1. COVID 19 – received from Canyons Communication Department on March 2nd. CSD has been in close contact with the Health Department regarding COVID 19 outbreak.
    2. What will happen in the event of school closures? To date, there are no restrictions on public gatherings in Utah, including at public schools. In the event of an outbreak, our school nurses and Responsive Services Department will work closely with local and state health officials. Parents and guardians will immediately be notified of any developments via Canyons District’s emergency messaging system. The Canyons District academic team also has started discussions on how students could continue learning through various formats, in accordance with Administrative Rule R277-419-12(5), if schools are closed for a significant amount of time. In the event of school closures, the Utah State Board of Education has advised District officials that they are in a position to grant waivers to state rules that require schools to hold a minimum number of instructional hours and days per year.
    3. According to health authorities, the symptoms of COVID -19 are similar to those related to seasonal colds or the flu, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. While these symptoms on their own should not be cause for alarm, we encourage families to keep sick students home and to monitor their student’s health closely if these symptoms arise. Parents can reinforce good hygiene practices at home:
      1. Wash hands thoroughly and often
      2. Avoid shaking hands, especially with those who appear to be ill.
      3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth as much as possible.
      4. Disinfect shared surfaces
      5. Stay home when you are sick
    4. More information about the District’s efforts to provide safe, welcoming and prepared learning environments, including a FAQ about other coronavirus-related issues, can be found at canyonsdistrict.org. We thank parents, students and employees for their support and cooperation as we handle such sensitive and important matters. If you have additional questions about this or any other issue regarding Canyons District’s policies and procedures, please call 801-826-5000 or send an email to communications@canyonsdistrict.organd a representative will be ready to help you.

Mar. 10, 2020 – Agenda

Welcome & Celebrations

1) Items to Consider
    1. Safety Drills
      1. March 20 – Hazardous Materials
      2. April 16 – Earthquake
      3. Public Health Emergency (information for employees only)
    2. Teacher Student Success Plan (TSSP) Current  Plan (reviewed on 2-11-2020)
      1. Copperview staff will increase the quality of instructional delivery and build positive relationships to support student growth at Copperview by working in effective teams and using academic and social-emotional data to make decisions.
    3. Proposed Overarching Goal for 2020-2021
      1. Intensify instructional delivery (through teacher clarity, PBIS, positive relationships, and embedded ELD practices, particularly structured classroom discussion) across content areas with teams using data.
    4. PTA President – Need a New President for 2020-2021
    5. Photographer for Copperview
  1. Upcoming Events (see Newsletter for more information)
    1. Moms Matter – March 13
    2. Census Week – March 16-20
    3. 5th Grade Maturation – March 18
    4. Mobile Food Banks – March 24 & 31 (twice this month)
    5. Teacher of the Year Assembly – March 31
    6. Spring Break – April 6-10
    7. Kindergarten Orientation – May 1
    8. Teacher Appreciation Day – May 4 – 8
    9. Last Day of School – May 29
  1. Tentative Meeting Schedule – Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30
    1. April 14
    2. May 5
  1. Next Meetings Agenda Items
    1. End of year details
    2. School plan revisit (as needed)
  1. Other

Feb. 11, 2020 – Minutes

Members Present:  Shawn Walker, Griselda Hernandez, Josie McClendon, Jeri Rigby

  1. Welcome & Celebrations
    1. Math night was a big success
    2. Literacy night plans are going well
    3. Kindness week – FLC involved in reading books focused              on Kindness
    4. Kids behaved well during the time volunteers were in the classroom reading the books
  1. Items to Consider
    1. Safety Drills
      1. February – Shelter-in-Place
        1. Focus on situational awareness. Went well in terms of the response of staff and students.  New DIR-S app has some implementation concerns.  Josie reports that her phone (Samsung) isn’t working well.  Footprint to help desk submitted. Discussed how to manage the situation with volunteers in the building.
        2. Follow up with FLC staff (Keyla) regarding the drill protocol.
      2. March – Hazardous Materials
      3. April – Earthquake
      4. Public Health Emergency (information for employees only)
    2. Revisit School Plan for Land Trust – Current Plan
    3. Teacher Student Success Plan (TSSP) Current Plan & Ideas for 2020-2021
      1. Copperview staff will increase the quality of instructional delivery and build positive relationships to support student growth at Copperview by working in effective teams and using academic and social-emotional data to make decisions.
      2. The SCC has been involved with the school plan and supports the identified goals.  One measure of the involvement is reflected in the SCC’s decision to allocate TSSA funds to support ELA with integrated ELD supports, including the purchase of  phonics program and training for the first and second grade teachers, as well as allocating resources for behavioral supports throughout the day and in the after school program.
        1. Discussed progress thus far at Copperview. Shared results in 90-day Plan. Reviewed data and discussed possible next steps.  Josie reports that as she subs she is seeing the kids respond better when using the program cards from Saxon.
    4. PTA President and Treasurer – Need a New President for 2020-2021
      1. Current – Josie McClendon, President, Angelica Hajarian , Treasurer, Nicole Esau, Secretary
      2. Need all positions – two of the three parents will not have students at Copperview next year – must have President & Treasurer
      3. Marketing
        1. Classtag – Jenna
        2. Fliers – Josie
        3. Skyalert – Shawn and Josie
  2. Upcoming Events (see February Newsletter for more information)
    1. Kindness Week -February 10-14
    2. Penny Wars Fundraiser – February 18-March 2
    3. All Pro Dad – February 21
    4. Mobile Food Bank – February 25
    5. Parent Teacher Conference – February 26-27
      1. Wednesday – PTA – soups by 3:00
    6. No School – February 28
    7. Literacy Night – March 3
    8. Moms Matter – March 13
    9. Census Week – March 16-20
    10. 5th Grade Maturation – March 18
    11. Mobile Food Banks – March 24 & 31 (twice this month)
  3. Tentative Meeting Schedule – Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30
    1. March 10
    2. April 14
    3. May 12
  4. Next Meetings Agenda Items
    1. Revisit School Plans as needed
  5.  Other
    1. consider a sign by Parking Lot with a
    2. left turn only – safety.  During certain times no left turn. – Talk with Kevin Ray and determine what options might be available for the sign
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