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Guess How Many Candies are in the Jar!

Beginning, Monday Feb. 9th, Copopa’s Student Council will place a humongous jar of Valentine’s candy in the Art room. During the week of Feb. 9-12th, students will have a chance to guess how much candy is in the jar. Only $1.00 per guess. The student that guesses correctly, brings home the jar. Money raised will fund a Copopa “End of the Year EPIC Celebration” organized and hosted by our Student Council.

 

Spirit Days

Monday 2/9- Board Game Day

Tuesday 2/10- Electronics Day

Wednesday2/11- Bring a Toy Day (Students please ask parent permission to participate)

Thursday 2/12- Wear Red or Pink Day

 

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Parent Conferences at Copopa will be held on Thursday, February 12th from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Teachers will contact you with your assigned conference appointment time if a spring meeting is necessary.  

Due to conferences, there will be NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, February 13, 2015.

The Columbia PTA is selling Columbia Spiritwear. See the link below for the flyer that went home with every student.

All tee shirt and sweatshirt orders are due on February 6,2015.This will allow for a February delivery.

Orders can be placed by sending the order form and cash or check (made out to the Columbia PTA) to the school office.

documents/FT Fundraiser for PTA.pdf

COPOPA ELEMENTARY SKATING PARTY
Wednesday, January 14th 6:30-8:30
$5 Admission- adult and child
No admission fee for “non-skating adults”
 
Students must have adult representation
Older CMS siblings are welcome
 
Brunswick Skate Station
1261 N. Industrial Parkway
 Brunswick, OH 44212
 Skate Rental $2.00
 Inline Skate Rental $4.00
 
Our 1st Annual Art Gala was a success. Thank you to everyone that tookthe time to stop in and see all of the artwork from our students. Thank you to the PTA for helping make the evening a huge hit! We hope to do this again next year.
 
The Giving Tree and Student Council would like to thank everyone that donated to our food drive this year. We collected more than three carts full of food.
Your donations will really help the Columbia Food Bank during the Holiday Season.
 

Yesterday we had an amazing assembly to kick off our Invention Convention Program for grades K-8! Every student took home a yellow flyer with information as to how to register for the program. Please see the link provided below to register your child for invention convention. 

http://tinyurl.com/invention-convention-2015

To see the brochure that went home with each student please click the links below.

Columbia Invention Convention Information Brochure

We encourage all students to particpiate in this event. After students register, Mrs. Bowman will be sending home the Invention Convention Student Journal with your child. The invention and journal are to be completed at home. A timeline and additional information will come home while your student is inventing. In the spring we will host our own Invention Convention here at Columbia Local Schools. Top Inventors from that event will go on to the Northeast Regional Finals on May 2nd at Cleveland State University. Three things need to be present at CSU should your child be selected as a top inventor: your student, their invention, and their journal. The journal is very important in the inventing process and should be completed as indicated in the journal. If you have any additional questions please contact Mrs. Bowman.

Invention Convention Website

Excerpt from the Chronicle:
 
Veteran's Day "Wall of Honor"
We need paper bricks! Please 
have your son or daughter 
request a brick for a veteran or 
veterans. Henry turned in 6 to 
honor family members, friends 
and relatives. Bricks are in the 
office and will be part of our 
“Wall of Honor”.
 

The 1st and 3rd Grade Music Program will take place on December 12 at 2:00 pm. The students have been warming up their vocal cords and are ready to entertain! Parents of first and third graders are welcome to come see their holiday program led by Mrs. Yearly.

 

The Giving Tree would like to ask families to help make another family in Columbia Stations Christmas much brighter. Any families wishing to make donates to the Giving Tree please contact Kim Schwartz or Susie Dunn. We are looking for cash donations (checks to The Giving Tree) or gift cards like (visa gift cards, Target, Walmart, Toys R Us.)

 

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Halloween Parade: October 31, 2014
The parade will begin at 2:15 and march through the park, weather permitting.
*Parade cancellation will be broadcast via REMIND.
• Spectators of the parade are welcome. We ask that all parade parking take place at the park’s lot.
• Spectators are not to follow the parade back into the building. Parent volunteers are already scheduled for parties.
• Parade route (right) will follow the sidewalk into the park and return.
 
Halloween Parties:
All planning of parties must involve the classroom teacher.
•Parties will begin immediately after the parade (around 2:30) and finish at 3:00 to begin dismissal.
 
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Copopa Elementary School
Vincent D. Ketterer, Principal
kettererv@columbia.k12.oh.us
13644 N.W. River Road 
Columbia Station, OH  44028
Phone: (440) 236-5020
Fax: (440) 236-1220
 Hours: 8:15 am - 3:15 pm
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