Copper Creek Bobcat Blast

Sunday, October 2, 2022

Our fall picture event went very well. It was so very nice to see all of our students in their best picture attire and wonderful smiles!


On Friday, we had our first Harmony assembly for the school year, with the entire school in attendance. During the assembly some students had the opportunity to play some "minute to win it" games, all the while their peers cheered them on. We also had a moment to recognize our incredible Bobcats who did their best during the first quarter of the semester. We want to give a big CONGRATULATIONS to all of our PAWSOME winners.


A friendly reminder to parents, K-12 parent/teacher conferences are coming up, Oct 6 & 7. Please be on the lookout for sign-up e-mails from your student's teacher. If you haven't signed up already.

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Student Safety

Parents: Thank you for your continued support and your willingness to keep our students safe.


Friendly reminders:

  • Teachers are not on morning duty until 8:15 am each day.
  • Please do not drop off your children at school before 8:15 am.
  • Gates to the school will remain locked until 8:15 am each morning.

We appreciate your cooperation. Thank you!

~~~~UPCOMING EVENTS~~~~

  • Parent/Teacher conferences are Oct. 6 & 7. They are in person this year, so be on the look out for sign-up emails from you student's teacher.


  • Half Day(s) - Oct 6th & 7th (Thursday and Friday)


  • Step it Up Event Day - Oct. 27th (Thursday)

~~~~~~~CCPTSA~~~~~~

This week our Step It Up event kicked off with an energetic in-person assembly. Thank you to all the families who sent out the emails on behalf of the students. We are still collecting the Golden Tickets so if you haven't sent out your emails there is still time. We have one more mini fridge to giveaway if you send out 20 or more emails and the final prize, the Apple iPad is still up for grabs if you send 10 or more emails. We also have classroom challenges going on as well!


Our Day of Awesomness is on October 27th!


Jump times have yet to be set, once we finalize we will get that information out so you can come and celebrate the hour with your student.

We will also be sending out a Sign Up Genius asking for volunteers. In order to run the event we will need 12 volunteers throughout the day to man a station.


Volunteer training will be held at the following schools. All parents that volunteer in the class, help with Step It Up, our Holiday Shop or wish to attend a field trip must be district trained.


If you still need training, the following sites are available:


10/11/22 @4:30pm - Canyon Springs: 42901 N. 45th Avenue Anthem, AZ 85087


10/17/22 @6pm - Sonoran Foothills: 32150 N. North Foothills Drive Phoenix, AZ 85085


10/17/22 @ 6pm - Sunset Ridge: 35707 N. 33rd Lane Phoenix, AZ 85086


10/18/22 @ 10am - Greenbrier: 6150 W. Greenbriar Glendale, AZ 85308


10/25/22@1:30pm - Las Brisas: 5805 W. Alameda Road Glendale, AZ 85310

**This will be your last opportunity to be volunteer trained before our Step It Up event on 10/27/22.



***School spirit shirts were ordered the 2nd week of Sept, once they come in they will go directly to your student. We have limited sizes left in each class, they will be sold on a first come first serve basis. Membership forms are in the Library if your student needs one.


-CCPTSA

A Note From The Counselor

Make Communication a Priority


You can't expect children to do everything simply because you, as parents, "say so". Children want and deserve explanations as much as adults do. If we don't take time to explain, children will begin to wonder about our values and motives and whether they have any basis. Parents who reason with their children allow them to understand and learn in a nonjudgmental way.


Make your expectations clear. If there is a problem, describe it to your older child, express your feelings about it, and invite your child to work on a solution with you. Be sure to include consequences. Make suggestions and offer choices. Be open to your child's suggestions as well. Negotiate with your child. Children who participate in decisions are more motivated to carry them out.

Food and Nutrition will be having a coloring contest and prizes for students K-8

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Students K-3 will be able to get a coloring sheet from the cafeteria and color it in - return it to the cafeteria and be entered into the drawing.


Students grade 4-8 will be able to do a freestyle drawing based on the theme of Peace, Love and School Lunch!! They can do the same - turn them into the cafeteria and be entered into the drawing.


2 winners will be picked from each HS Region. Each winner will get a Groovy Prize Bag!

EZ School Pay

EZSchoolPay.com, the easy, convenient and secure way to pay for school meals and other school fees.

Menu & Price Info: https://www.dvusd.org/Page/242


Birthday Party Bucket: https://www.dvusd.org/Page/65635

* All orders must be pre-approved by teacher

**Confirm delivery date and # of children with teacher prior to ordering

Orders must be placed at least 2 weeks in advance and must be pre-paid.

~BUS TRANSPORTATION IS HIRING!!!~

Friendly Reminder!! Attendance Line

Please call our 24-hour attendance line (623)-376-3990 to report your child's absence, or send e-mail to Noelia.Harris-Mccarty@dvusd.org. Provide student name, grade, teacher and reason for absence.
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