Copopa Chronicle

October 31, 2022

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11/1- End of 1st Grading Period

11/6- Daylight Savings Time Ends- Turn clocks back an hour

11/7- Teacher Professional Development- No School for Students

11/8- Fall Picture Retake Day

Family Night- No Homework

11/9- STEAM Club- 3:30-4:30

11/17- PTO Meeting- 6:30- Copopa Media Center

11/23-11/25- No School for Thanksgiving Break

Thank You PTO and Parents

A huge thank you to the Columbia PTO and the parent volunteers that made this year's Halloween festivities a success. Your organization and support is appreciated more than you know.

The next PTO meeting is on November 17th in the Copopa Library.

Veterans Day

Our Veterans Day celebration will be held this year on Friday, November 11 at 9:30 a.m. at Copopa Elementary. We will provide a continental breakfast for our local veterans and in the Copopa cafeteria at 8:45 a.m. Veterans will be able to enjoy a continental breakfast with their Copopa student. Please RSVP to 440.236.5020 and let us know if you will be coming for breakfast and who your Copopa student is that will be joining you.
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Marvelous Mondays & Spirit Days

11/8- Spy a Raider Showing the Raider Way- Report them to your teacher for a ticket for them. Wear Raider Wear

11/11- Veterans Day- Wear your Red, White, and Blue, your Scout Uniforms, or Camouflage

11/14- 80s Day- Dress in your 80s Clothes

11/21- Cavs Day- Wear your Cavs Gear

11/22- Ohio State vs. Michigan- Support your favorite team

11/28- Super Hero Day- Wear your favorite Super Hero Shirt

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Attaboy Concert and Kona Ice

Copopa students got to enjoy a live rock concert at Columbia High

School on October 6 th from the band “Attaboy”. The lively, energetic

show wasn’t just about music though. The band members shared

personal experiences about making good choices, not judging others,

being kind, and understanding that we are all valuable, regardless of

what others may think of us. We enjoyed listening to the lyrics about

making positive choices, and chanted together, fists up, “BE KIND”! It

was a great show, uplifting and really fun. There was a dance contest

among students, as well as teachers! We had a rockin’ good time!

Fire Safety Week

The Columbia Fire Department brought out a fire truck and house for the students to explore during recess. They were able to shoot the hose at fake flames in the wood house to see how the fire hose works and the amount of water that it sprays. Brooke Miller was the winner of the 4th Grade Fire Safety Essay Contest and won the Dave Zelinsky Award. She received a trophy, her name on the plaque at Copopa, and a ride to school on the fire truck.
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Citizens For Schools Postcard Contest

Luke Rumes was the Copopa winner for the Levy Postcard Contest! Luke's drawing will be on postcards mailed to 500 homes in the community. He also received a $50 gift card of his choice! Thank you to everyone that submitted an entry. It was a difficult job choosing a winner. You all did fantastic! Congratulations Luke!
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Columbia Library Visited First Grade

Miss Amy and Miss Stephanie from the Public Library visited first grade classrooms and read aloud a text. Then each class collaboratively created a 3D woodland scene out of mixed media commonly found around the house including aluminum foil, pipe cleaners, cotton balls/pom-poms, yarn, etc. These 3D scenes will be displayed in the maker space for the next week or so. The leftover supplies will also be donated to the maker space.

First Grade had an Amazing Day for the Zoo!

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Copopa Skate Night

Family Math and Literacy Night at Red Wagon Farm

This year at Red Wagon Farm, over 475 people came out to enjoy a nice fall evening as a family. Friends, families and faculty joined together to make the 6th annual Math and Reading Night at Red Wagon super special. We hope you had the best time ever, and we look forward to next year! Next year, there WILL be food options being served up and sold by Red Wagon staff! This food option will make this event better and better! Special thank you to all the staff who volunteered their time, to Scott Thomas who was the DJ, and to Shari and Eric Ross- who so generously allow us to use their facilities each year to have this one of a kind moment with each other. Our Raider Family truly is special. We are always looking to improve this incredible event, please email suggestions to:

October - Students of the Month

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Happy Halloween!

Twin Day

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Copopa Elementary School

Copopa educates students in preschool, first, second, third, and fourth grades.