Copopa Chronicle

January 29, 2021

Important Dates

2/12- No School Professional Development Day

2/15- No School President's Day

2/25- Marco's Pizza Night

Marvelous Mondays and Terrific Tuesdays

2/1 & 2/2- Dress Up Like Your Favorite Teacher

2/3 & 2/4- Super Bowl Colors

2/8 & 2/9- Crazy Hair Day

2/10 & 2/11- Valentine’s Day- Wear Red, Pink, or Hearts

2/16 & 2/17- Cavs Day! Wear your Cavs Gear!

2/22 & 2/23- Twin Day- Dress To Match Your Friend

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Marco's Pizza Night


Once again Copopa is entering into the Marco's Pizza Night School Challenge! By entering we have the chance to win prizes ranging from free Cheezybread Coupons up to $5000 for the school and a school wide pizza party (if permitted).

There are a couple of ways to help us out!

1.Order online ANY day or time during the school year and we can earn Pizza Points.

2.Walk in or Call in orders on the designated Marco's Pizza Nights will also earn us points!

Marco's Pizza offers these School Nights and they give back a percentage of sales generated from those nights that are called in on the phone or placed in the store. They give EVEN MORE for orders placed ONLINE! All orders online will be counted in the year long Online Challenge. BE SURE to hit the fundraiser button before you order!

This works for either the Strongsville or Berea location! Be sure to enter our school name when placing your order! Our designated day is Thursday, February 25, 2021. But remember that we can earn points ANY day of the year if you order online and enter our school name and if you remember, your child's teacher's name!

It always seems impossible until it's done!

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Tax Time!

United Way provides free tax preparation services to low and moderate income households in Lorain County – that’s over 88,000 households where the average income of our clients is $23,280. With your support, we’re able to bring back over $2 million in federal refunds to Lorain County residents last year.
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Counselor’s Corner from Copopa Elementary School

Hello, everyone! The holidays have come and gone, and we have a long winter ahead!

These days are the best for snuggling up together and reading books, sled riding,

building snowmen, and enjoying hot chocolate! Even on our darkest days, it is important

to remember those small things to be grateful for. During the months of December and

January in classroom guidance, kindergarten students learned about friendship and the

way we act can determine if we can make and keep our friends. Silly monkey friends,

untrustworthy snake friends, mean shark friends, too shy turtle friends, and follower

lamb friends are not always the best choices. Teddy bear friends who listen, are kind,

and helpful are what we are trying to be!

Students in first grade learned about “warm fuzzies and cold pricklies”. Warm fuzzies

are those kind words we hear that make us feel great on the inside, and cold pricklies

are those mean, hateful words that make us sad. We read “Rainbow Fish to the

Rescue” by Marcus Pfister, and learned about wrinkled hearts. First graders are

practicing “warm fuzzies” with their classmates every day!

Third grade students read the book “The Quiltmaker’s Gift” by Jeff Brumbeau, a lovely

book that describes an unhappy king who has all the material goods he could ever

want, and the quiltmaker who teaches him about the true happiness of giving. We

discussed how we practice kindness, and students created a quilt square where they

added an act of kindness. We put the squares together on a bulletin board for a 3 rd

grade kindness quilt!

Fourth grade students learned about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his contribution to civil

rights and equality, and the things he endured to stand up for what is right. We had

some lively discussions about our country and our own dreams for our families, school,

community, and country. The students wrote down their dreams, so many kind thoughts

about peace, non-violence, and cures for Covid, it is very inspiring.

I received notification that the following local organization is offering virtual drama,

music, and acting classes for students. They are technically open to Elyria students but

are accepting other students on a case by case basis if there is room. Check it out at

this website

Students are doing a great job and it is a joy to be able to teach them such important

things. Contact me anytime if you have questions about the counseling program at

Copopa or if you need assistance with your child. I can be reached at 440-236-3773 or

via email at

See our 2021-2022 Kindergarten Information Video on our Copopa Website!

If your child is five years old on or before August 1, 2021, he/she is eligible to attend kindergarten this fall. Copopa Elementary School is in the process of planning for the 2021-2022 school year. All registration is being completed online on the OneView portal at Https:// The directions for OneView can be found HERE. You can also click the Kindergarten Information tab to the left for more information. For any questions, please contact Liz Wenzel, District Registrar, at 440.236.1236 or

After your registration is complete, you will need to download the kindergarten screening packet found HERE. You will also receive a phone call to schedule your child’s screening appointment. Our screening dates are Friday, May 14th and Friday, May 21st. For any questions about screening, please call 440.236.5020.