Copopa Elementary School

Recent News



2019 Girls Basketball Camp: June 17-19. Open to girls entering 3rd through 8th grade. Camp focuses on fundamentals while creating an atmosphere of friendly competion. Cost is $50 and runs 9:30 am-12:00 pm. See flyer/registration for more information.

2019 Youth Wrestling Camp: June 17-19, 6:00-7:30 pm. Open to all youth and middle school wrestlers with a focus on fun and the fundamentals of wrestling. Cost is $25.00. See flyer/registration for more information.
2019 Soccer Camp: July 29-30 6:00-7:30 pm. Open to boys and girls ages 5-13. All levels are welcome to learn and improve your soccer skills in a fun and encouraging environment.  Camp is at Columbia High School cost is $30. See flyer/registration for more information.
2019 Youth Football Clinic: June 24-June 26 10:00am-12:00 pm. For boys entering 3rd thorugh 8th grade. Join the CHS football staff and players for a non contact camp that focuses on fundamentals for the game and a chance for each camper to be exposed to different football positions. Camp takes place at the high school, cost $20 if paid by June 20; day of camp $25. See flyer/registration for more information. 

Columbia Girls Volleyball will host a 3 day youth camp July 24-26 for girls entering grades 3-8 in the 2019-20 school year. The camp, taking place at Columbia Middle School will be hosted and run by our coaches, as well as current CHS Volleyball players. Grades 3-5 will focus on introducing new skills, fundamentals, game preparation and developing a love for the game. Grades 6-8 will focus on reinforcing fundamental skills, introducing more advanced skills, and also highlight the key knowledge they will need to have in order to successfully play in middle school. By the end of camp, all players will learn what it takes to play and be a part of Columbia Volleyball. xost for camp is $50. Download the flier and sign up today!

If you have a child that will be five years old on or before August 1, 2019, he or she may attend Kindergarten next fall. We have a new, online parent portal called OneView where you will begin the enrollment process. You can pick up the packet that contains paperwork and also instructions for this at the Administration Center or the Copopa office. You can also click HERE for the instructions. Any questions, please call our District Registrar, Liz Wenzel at 440.236.1236. 

Student Council also has Marvelous Mondays Wear! See our Google Calendar to the right for what each day is! 
May's winners are: Kindergarten: Isabella Oudeman, Eric Saksa, McKenzie Stoner; 1st: Reagan Arcuri, Lucas Carlisle, Nora Elliott; 2nd: Frankie Fetchet, Liam Good, Liam McJahnke; 3rd: Macy Collins, Sophia Juliana, Jack Remy; 4th: Karlie Arcuri, Mason Bledsoe, Jack Washburn. The trait was PRIDE by BELIEVING IN THE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY. They participate in spirit days at school; are seen in the community cheering on Raiders teams; are part of teams and clubs; they help teachers to make their classroom and the school look nice, be organized, etc.; they follow school rules. See slideshow above for picture!
Your child's school fees are now available through the Payforit link at the left. They were mailed out on Thursday, October 4. Past years academic fees are PAST DUE.  You may also send your exact payment of cash or check with your child or stop in the office with cash, check or credit card. Please call the office if you would like to set up a payment plan. Thank you!
Snack Safely: At Copopa and Columbia Middle School we have a growing number of students and families dealing with serious peanut and tree nut allergies - the food allergy that claims more lives each year than any other. Columbia Schools makes every effort to reduce exposure and cross contamination for these children. We do not intend to make this K-8 facility a nut-free building, but we are dedicated to providing a safe environment for all our children. View our Peanut Free letter HERE
What to do when your child is sick. Keep Your child home if they have had any of these symptoms in the last 24 hours: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, too sick for regular activity, or fever above 100 F. Students should return to school when fever-free for 24 hours without medication. If antibiotics are used, wait 24 hours before returning to school. Visit your health district at or call 440.322.6367 with questions.  
Parents: The Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 410 to promote school attendance and control truancy. This law takes effect this school year. This new law supersedes the attendance information that is currently in our student agendas and handbooks. Please make sure to check the "Forms and Documents" tab on the left to view the new attendance policy.
Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures for Copopa and CMS - Click HERE to view pamphlet. 
New students attending Copopa Elementary School for our 2018-2019 year: You must contact our registrar, Liz Wenzel, at the Administration Building at 25796 Royalton Rd. Please call for an appointment at 440.236.1236. Mrs. Wenzel will contact you to set up an appointment for you to bring in your child’s required documents and to register your child. Due to the large volume of registrants, please do not arrive at the administration center without an appointment. 
Follow us on TWITTER @CopopaElem. We post the most current happenings going on at Copopa! See the link to the left.

Copopa Chronicles

September 27 Issue: Highlights: Welcome back info, BMX Assembly, 3rd Annual Family Math Night
October 31 Issue: Highlights: September Character of the Month, Important Dates, Marvelous Monday and Spirit Days Schedule, Fire Safety Week, Math Night at Red Wagon Farm, Veterans Day, Yearbook Contest, Halloween Pics!
December 14, 2018: Highlights: October Character of the Month, November Character of the Month, PTO Father/Daughter Dance, Important Dates, Veterans Day and much, much more!
January 28, 2019: Highlights: December Character of the Month, Skate Night, Copopa Classroom Activities!
February 28, 2019: Highlights: January Character of the Month, Important Dates, 3rd Annual Family Literacy Night, Many Pictures from 100th Day of School, Breakfast with a Buddy, Dress Like a Teacher!
March 29, 2019: Highlights: February Character of the Month, Important Dates, Cup Stacking Challenge, Columbia Food Bank, Stomper's Visit, Copopa Skating Party, Spherolympics, PTO Mother/Son Dance, Many Pics!
April 30, 2019: Highlights: March Character of the Month, Important Dates, Marvelous Mondays, Spelling Bee, April Character of the Month, Wizard of Oz Play, Slider Visit!
May 30, 2019: Highlights: May Character of the Month, Important Dates, Marvelous Mondays, Night of the Arts, 4th Grade Field Trip, Steam Club, Young Authors, Laugh Olympics, Special Olympics

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Copopa Elementary School
13644 West River Road
Columbia Station, OH 44028
(440) 236-5020
(440) 236-1220 (Fax)
Troy Bunner, Principal
Susan Dunn, School Counselor
Office Hours: 7:45-3:45
School Hours: 8:20-3:33

Wrestling Summer Youth Camp

Mon Jun 17 2019
to Wed Jun 19 2019


Volleyball Skills Camp

Wed Jul 24 2019
to Fri Jul 26 2019


Columbia Raiders Youth Soccer Camp

Mon Jul 29 2019
to Tue Jul 30 2019


BOE Regular Meeting

Wed Aug 21 2019

Copopa/CHS Open House

Thu Aug 29 2019

Labor Day

Mon Sep 2 2019

Parent Remind

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