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The Copper Hills School Community Council is making forms available immediately for those parents of Copper Hills students next year who wish to run. They are attached below in English and Spanish.
There will be two parent seats available in 2016-2017. Deadlines for will be announced shortly.
All School Community Council meetings are open to the public for comment, but only members of the Council vote on the issues the Council is responsible for.
Copper Hills 6th graders are invited to attend the Matheson Summer Blast Program!
Monday-Friday – May 31-July 8, 2016 – 10am-4pm
Registration is open now! Only 75 spots left! Deadline is Friday, May 27.
Please take a look at this brief letter on parking safety during drop-off and pick-up times at Copper Hills.
The After School Program needs your help!
Please take a few minutes to click one of the links below and take the survey. The ASP (After-School Program) needs about 100 families – parents and students – to provide valuable feedback about the program for Copper Hills Elementary. Thank you!
- ASP Daily Class Schedule – April-May 2016
Attached are schedules for spring and summer activities with Magna Library.
Do you have a 3 year old or a 4 year old? Do you know someone who does?
Register now for our FREE high quality preschool program at select schools in the Granite School District! If you do not qualify for a full or partial scholarship, tuition spaces are available.
It’s time to register your kindergartner for next year!
Tell your friends and neighbors. Students must be 5 years old before Sept. 1 to enroll.
Bring birth certificate, proof of address, and immunization record to the school office.
Wasatch Savings coupon books go home with every child on Thursday, November 12.
Books are worth hundreds of dollars in savings and sell for $25 each. Copper Hills Elementary makes 50%, the Granite Foundation makes $1 per book, and we are able to fund educational and enrichment assemblies.
Students are rewarded with a collectible “Minion” for each book sold. Students who do not sell will receive a prize for returning the book.