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Volunteers Needed to Help Us Finish the School Year Strong

It’s time to spring into volunteering! With vaccination rates picking up, and the expanding availability of rapid COVID-19 testing, we are now able to safely welcome parents, grandparents, and other helpers back into our classrooms — and it couldn’t happen at a more opportune time.

As we look to finish the year strong, and make the most out of the last few months of instructional time, our teachers could use the extra hands and our students could use the extra encouragement.

“We’re at that point where, by taking the right precautions, it’s safe. And the help is needed,” said Canyons Superintendent Dr. Rick Robins. “One of the great strengths of Canyons District has been having parents and volunteers in our buildings working with our students, and I’m absolutely thrilled to be welcoming them back.”

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Home Communication 3/26/21

PENNY PRIDE - SUCCESS!

Drum roll please . . . 

Final Penny Pride Standings
1st Place: Kindergarten, 23677 points
2nd Place: 2nd Grade, 10189 points
3rd Place: 5th Grade, 7129 points
4th Place: 4th Grade, 5986 points
5th Place: 3rd Grade, 3724 points
6th Place: Teachers, 3618 points
7th Place: 1st Grade, 1567 points

Thank you for all your support in our Penny Pride Fundraiser for 2021-2022 school field trips!  

SCHOOL SAFETY – Keeping everyone safe at Copperview is priority, and we’re concerned that some students and families are crossing the street without using the designated crosswalks. We want to remind everyone to PLEASE use the crosswalks in front of Copperview whenever you’re dropping off or picking up students. Our awesome crossing guards can help everyone cross safely. We also want to remind everyone to drive carefully in the parking lot and urge your students to walk and not run or dart out in front of other cars as they’re entering or leaving the school.  THANKS for making the choice to keep everyone safe.

CSD BOARD UPDATE:  FRIDAY AT HOME LEARNING DAYS will continue through the end of the 20-21 school year.  Masks will continue to be required in schools through the end of the 20-21 school year.

CAYCI SURVEY administration this month!  One more week to complete the Parent/Caregiver survey.  A drawing for big prizes happens Thursday, April 1st for those students who turned them in. 

SPRING BREAK (NO SCHOOL) April 5-9.  

SWEEPER POSITIONS AVAILABLE – Positions open for After School Sweepers – must be 14 years or older

  • 8 – 10 hours a week
  • Inquire at Copperview’s Front Office

DOES YOUR CHILD NEED SUPPORT and you don’t know who to call. SMR (Stabilization and Mobile Response)is a service through Primary Children’s Hospital.  It doesn’t have to be a BIG or crisis issue.  It could be refusal to do homework, trouble at school, tantrums, running away, drug use, suicidal, bullying or not getting along with siblings.  SMR will work with you and your family to create a plan that fits your needs.  SMR services are free.  Call 1-833-SAFE-FAM (723-3326 anytime 24/7.   More information can be found at https://hs.utah.gov/smr

KINDERGARTEN and PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION happening now!  Contact Copperview front office at 801-826-8125. 

Home Communication 3/19/21

PENNY PRIDE FUNDRAISER

Our students are loving our Penny Pride Fundraiser.  Everyday students have the opportunity to turn in coins and dollars bills into grade level jars.  Each day we announce which grades are in the lead.  Kindergarten is currently in first place!

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 a party!

CAYCI SURVEY

Thank you to all the parents/caregivers that have completed their CAYCI survey.  If you have not completed the survey, please make sure to do so this week.  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!

MOBILE FOOD BANK 

Tuesday, March 22 at the back of the school.  All Copperview families can receive 20 pounds of free food.  Please wear a mask to enter the building.

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 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.).

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