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Home Communication 3/12/2021

CAYCI SURVEY

Canyons School District is very interested in your opinion!  We are asking for your help to identify how we can improve our school and better support our students and families. 

Look for the parent survey coming home on Monday, March 15th.  Your answers will be kept confidential.  Our goal is to have every family at our school complete and return this survey.  Your students will be receiving prizes when they turn in their completed parent/caregiver survey.  Thank you and we appreciate your feedback!

PENNY PRIDE FUNDRAISER

Monday, March 15 – Thursday, March 25

RULES: Each grade and the teachers/staff has their own jug for collecting money.

GAIN points by adding pennies and bills to your grade level jug.
SUBTRACTother grades’ points by adding silver coins to their jugs.

Pennies & Bills                                                Silver Coins
All pennies and bills                                  All silver coins SUBTRACT
ADD to the grade level total                     from the grade’s total

The grade with the most points wins!

PTA POSITIONS!

Copperview is looking for new members to take on leadership positions for next school year! Contact Jenna Landward 801-826-8169 for more information and join us at our next PTA meeting on Friday, April 16th at 9:00am to learn more!

Mental Health Screening Nights, 4 – 8 p.m.

In the coming weeks, to help our school communities cope with pandemic fatigue and the prospects of a post-pandemic slump, CSD’s licensed counselors are sponsoring free in-person and virtual wellness screenings and consultations for students, ages 10-18. The meetings are for 30 minutes and scheduled from 4 to 8 p.m. by appointment only.

Space is limited, and interested participants are asked to register for each event separately (see registration links below). Upon registering, families will be asked to complete a screening tool. During the consultations, licensed professionals will discuss available community resources to meet individual student needs.

  • March 15, Mount Jordan Middle [Register Here]
  • March 22, Midvale Middle [Register Here]
  • April 19, Draper Park Middle [Register Here]Here are more helpful resources:

    Confidential SafeUT Tipline: The SafeUT mobile app and tipline allows anyone to anonymously report acts of bullying and threatened violence, or to seek help for emotional crises, suicidal threats and addiction problems. Download it here: https://healthcare.utah.edu/hmhi/safe-ut/

    Wellness Resources: CSD’s Parent Connections Portal

    Crisis Line: 1-800-273-TALK.

    Warm Line: 801-587-1055 (for callers not in crisis, but seeking support, engagement and encouragement seven days a week between 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.).

MOBILE MEDICAL CLINIC

Free Primary Medical Care at Copperview Elementary

March 24th, 8:00am – 2:00pm

Services IncludeBlood Pressure Care // Diabetes Care // Clinical Breast Exam // Pap smear // Weight Management Care // Anxiety and Depression Care // Acute or Chronic illness Care // and more…

Services available to ALL ages

MUST Call for appointment @385.204.6257

Home Communication 3/5/2021

Dear Copperview Families,

What a great year we’re enjoying at Copperview Elementary. It’s hard to believe we only have three more months left of school, THANKS to all of you for supporting your student’s education during these challenging times. Nelson Mandela once said, “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” With your support, we’ve truly “done the impossible” this year.

We want to share a few of the highlights from this past month. During the week of Valentine’s Day, we celebrated Kindness Week. We were so impressed by all the kind acts our Cougars showed to their school, the staff, and their peers. We also enjoyed Digital Citizenship week, with a focus on making great choices online. This year’s events required an increased focus on online learning, which makes being a good digital citizen even more important.

During March, we have wonderful experiences planned at Copperview. This week was Read Across America Week, with an emphasis on the importance of reading. Look for some great ideas and books to come home with your students. We will also host our annual Penny Pride Fundraiser. Clean out your couches and pockets and send your loose change with your students. The money raised will be used for school field trips during the 2021-22 school year. We will also seeking your feedback in an upcoming survey. Every other year Canyons School District asks our parents, students and staff to complete a CAYCI survey. Our goal is to have all families complete it and return it. Your responses to this survey are very important to us and will help identify things that are going well and where we can work to improve. Please look for the survey to come home on March 8th. When your child returns the parent survey, they will receive a small prize and be entered into a drawing for larger prizes.

Last but not least, Copperview Elementary needs a new PTA President and other PTA officers. It’s a great opportunity to be involved in your student’s educational experience, and our current leaders, including Josie McClendon, can share all the awesome work that the PTA has been done at Copperview this past year. The PTA is a vital part of our school community and provides great services to our staff, students and community as a whole.

Principal Jeri Rigby

Visit our MARCH NEWSLETTER for more information!

Also check out RSL’s virtual stories for Read Across America Week!

Justen Glad – The World is not a Rectangle – By Zaha Hadid (K – 2nd Graders) 

Andrew Brody – Shark Lady – Jess Keating (3rd Graders) 

Pablo Ruiz – Me Llamo Gabito – Monica Brown (4th and 5th Graders – Spanish)

Tony Beltran – My Name is Gabito – Monica Brown (4th and 5th Graders – English)

 

Home Communication 2/19/2021

PAPA MURPHY'S FAMILY NIGHT!

Help us raise a lot of money for Copperview Elementary School

Present this flyer when you visit the Pap Murphy’s in Sandy between the dates listed below and your school will receive a donation equal to 15% of your entire order. 

VALID February 22nd – February 28th, 2021

Participating Locations

  1. Sandy-9400 South
    9413 South 700 East
    West of Walgreens
    801-576-6616
  2. Sandy – 1300 East
    7828 So. 1300 East
    Next to Macey’s 
    801-565-7272


    ORDER ONLINE @ www.PAPAMURPHYS.com
    ENTER CODE AT CHECKOUT: SPIRIT

MOBILE FOOD BANK – Tuesday, February 23 from 3:00 – 4:00pm.  All Copperview families welcome. Line up at the back of the school.  Masks are required to enter the building.  We look forward to seeing you there.  

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES – February 24 and 25.  Reach out to your child’s teacher if you don’t know when your conference is scheduled or you need to schedule a conference.  Early out day on Thursday, February 24th at 1:40pm. NO HOME LEARNING or SACK BREAKFAST/LUNCHES for Friday, February 26th because of the scheduled comp day.  

FREE INTERNET still available- Call the Copperview front office at 801-826-8125 if interested.  We will provide instructions and a promo code for Comcast’s Internet Essentials.

TIME TO PLAN FOR KINDERGARTEN 2021-22:  

  • Do you have a child who will be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2021?
  • Contact the front office to register them for Kindergarten! 

PRESCHOOL (either Morning or Afternoon) is an option if:  

CANYONS FAMILY CENTER classes!  Classes for students on anger management and anxiety management and classes for parents on positive parenting, helping children through a divorce and ADHD.  Visit this website to see classes, times and to sign up Canyons Family Center Classes

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