Welcome to Copper Canyon Elementary!
Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
We welcome you to a safe environment of learning for students in kindergarten through sixth grades. With some of the best teachers on the planet, the students are in good care. The focus is on best practices for tier 1 instruction; including constant feedback, promoting learning with deep questions, and interventions for students on all levels. Students will learn how to build appropriate relationships from character education and safety training, take ownership of their learning, and feel the value of accomplishing hard things.
To Inspire, Educate, Enrich, and Encourage Achievement for All
Revealing the LEADER in us ALL!
Unleash the Super Learner and Leader in YOU!
School Community Council Meeting - January 17 @ 10:00AM
For students already registered, our 2019-20 online registration will begin Aug. 1, 2019. All students need to complete this yearly registration. 2019-20 COPPER CANYON REGISTRATION INFORMATION
AS A REMINDER:
Please keep your children home if they are running a fever, and remember to call the main office and let us know that your child is home sick. If you choose to check out your child before school ends, please do so through the main office, not with the classroom teacher. Also, to help things run smoothly, please make arrangements before school, regarding checkouts.
Whenever you come to school, please go to the office and sign in before going to your child’s classroom. This is a necessary procedure that helps ensure our students’ safety. If you have questions regarding snow day closures and other weather-related concerns, please check information between 6-8 a.m. on KSL – 1160 AM or 102.7 FM. You may also check TV stations KUTV – Channel 2, KTVX – Channel 4, KSL – Channel 5, or Fox News – Channel 13 for messages.
We are a Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program School! Art Form: Theater Arts with Specialist Spencer Duncan
JSD Policy – Bullying and Cyber-bullying (click to download)-
Copper Canyon follows District policy regarding bullying and cyber-bullying. Parents and students should report any incidents to the classroom teacher or principal.