Copopa Chronicle

September 30, 2019

Important Dates

10/02- Eager Artists

10/09- Eager Artists

10/11- No School, NEOEA Day

10/14-10/16- Mini Cheer Camp 5:00-7:00

10/16- Eager Artists

10/17- Marco's Pizza Night

............Mini Cheer Camp at the Football Game 7:00

10/23- Eager Artists

............Family Math Night 5:00-7:00

10/28- Picture Retake Day

10/30- Eager Artists

10/31- Halloween Parade and Parties 2:30

11/01- End if 1st Grading Period

11/03- Daylight Savings Time Ends- Turn your clocks back

Marvelous Mondays

9/30- Wear your fall colors

10/1- Wear Pink to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month

10/7- Wear Red, Yellow, or Orange for Fire Safety

10/14- Tie Dye Day

10/21- Twin Day

10/28- Halloween T-Shirt or Colors

11/5- Football Day

Copopa Breakfast

Running late in the mornings? Not sure what you want to eat before school?

Come check out our great breakfast choices before Raider Rally and start your school day out right!

Some of the choices that your friends have been enjoying so far this year have been:

breakfast pizza, pancakes on a stick, bacon egg and cheese biscuit, cereal, poptarts and more!

Breakfast is so important to give your body the energy it needs to be successful in school and it is affordable too! It's only $1.50 and if you receive reduced lunches it's only $0.30!

October Lunch Menu

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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 a class pizza party up to $5000 for the school and a school wide pizza party.

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. They also award a free pizza party each month to the classroom with the most orders!

This works for either the Strongsville or Berea location! Be sure to enter our school name when placing your order! Our first designated day is Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019. But remember that we can earn points ANY day of the year if you order online and enter our school name!

Family Math Night

Attention all families with students in grades K-8. Columbia Schools and the PTO are excited to partner with Red Wagon Farms for our 4th Annual Family Math Night! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 5PM to DUSK. The cost is $2 per person and it is paid at the door. More information and an RSVP form will be sent home soon! Questions? Email or
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September Character of the Month

This student shows EMPATHY by thinking of other people.

  • Accepts everyone as an equal and tolerates differences in others

  • Tries to understand others’ points of view; imagines “walking in someone else’s shoes”

  • Shows compassion and kindness to everyone

  • Is helpful and reaches out to others

Kindergarten- Jackson Canitia, Caleb Pavlosky, Elise Kramer

1st Grade- Luke Anderson, Destin Weber, Marion Bewley

2nd Grade- Aubree Slater, Nora Elliott, Olivia Corbett

3rd Grade- Colin Zimmer, Nathan Miller, Miranda Smith

4th Grade- Natalie Miller, Claire Bodo, Lillie Keirn

Columbia Skate Night

Our first skate night for the year is on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019!

Come join us from 6:30-8:30 at:

Brunswick Skate Station

1261 N. Industrial Parkway

Brunswick, OH 44212

Admission is $5 per person

Skate Rental $2.00

Inline Skate Rental $4.00

No charge for any "non-skating" adult

Older CMS siblings are welcome!

Third Grade Science Experiment

Using the scientific method, we observed that when we eat certain candies (i.e skittles, jolly ranchers, etc.) they lose color and turn our tongue a different color. We wanted to know what would happen if we put different colored candies into the same liquid. We noticed that the skittles lose their color, but also that the colors did not mix due to water stratification.

Updated Library and Tinkerspace

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