RED RIBBON WEEK!
Monday, Oct. 25~Too Cool to Do Drugs~Wear Tie Dye
Tuesday, Oct. 26~Team up Against Drugs~Wear any Team Jersey
Wednesday, Oct. 27~Too Bright to Do Drugs~Wear Bright Colors OR Neon
Thursday, Oct. 28~Support Each Other/Don't Do Drugs~Browns vs Steelers Day
Friday, Oct. 29~Drugs ARE Scary! Wear Halloween Colors
Looking for a fun event for the whole family? The Columbia Music Boosters
invites you to the CHS Band Show and Fall Festival
. Join us for a marching band performance, cornhole tournament, face painting, trunk or treat and raffles, October 23 at 6:00 pm at the Columbia High School Southwest General Stadium. See the flyer
It's BACK! Join us for what will be our 5th year doing Family Night at the farm
! Together, CLSD and Red Wagon Farm
are bringing you math and reading fun from 4:30 PM until dusk on October 27.
So, grab your flannels, overalls, and hats...hold on to your pumpkins, we are going to have a blast! All Columbia families with students in grades PK-8 are welcome to attend! Please kindly RSVP HERE
so that we have food and materials ready to roll for you! Just a reminder the event is 2 dollars per person, paid upon entering Red Wagon, and you'll leave with a hot cider, popcorn, and a small pumpkin, along with an evening full of fantastic family memories.
School Picture Day:
School pictures were taken on September 21 at Copopa. If you were absent, picture retakes will be on Friday, November 5.
Parents may order online at mylifetouch.com
with the Picture ID: EVT7PQRM4
Marvelous Mondays and Spirit Days:
11/2: Mix Match Day~Wear clothes that don't match
11/8: SuperHero Day~Wear your favorite Superhero shirt
11/11: Veterans Day~Wear Red, White and Blue OR Camoflauge
11/15: Cavs Day
11/18: Mickey Mouse's Birthday~Wear your Disney
11/22: Inside Out or Backwards Day~Turn your clothes inside out and around
11/23: Ohio State vs Michigan~Support your favorite team
11/29: Pajama Day~Wear your favorite pajamas
for an application for your FREE Lorain Public Library Card!
Columbia Station Historical Society
was the product of the collaborative effort between the Historical Society and last year's (2020-2021) third graders. Be sure to check out the virtual tour also! The kids worked really hard on this!
Face coverings are mandatory during school hours, but a parent may opt of this mandate for any reason. It is highly recommended to wear a face covering in school, regardless of your vaccination status. Please click HERE
to opt-out of the face covering mandate. If you plan to wear a face covering, you do not need to fill out the opt-out form. If you choose to opt-out or wear a face covering, you can change your child’s status by contacting the building principal at the school your child attends. Reminder that face coverings are REQUIRED on all district transportation! If you are opting out we ask that you complete the form.
Be sure to check out our NEW Copopa Way Pledge on the link to the left!
Copopa Elementary School hours for 2021-2022:
New hours are 8:30 am - 3:30 pm.
Buses will arrive at the school at approximately 8:10 am.
Breakfast 8:00 - 8:20 am.
Parent morning drop-off begins at 8:10 am.
Parent end of day pick-up begins at 3:20 pm.
End of day bus departs at approximately 3:30 pm.
This year, every child in grades 3-12 will receive a personal Chromebook to take to and from school! Update your EMA information no later than August 24 on the OneView Parent Portal, agree to our Chromebook Agreement and your child will have a Chromebook waiting for them at Open House! Only students with completed and updated EMAS will have a Chromebook available! Take the time to update your form today! If you have questions or problems updating your OneView account, call the main office at 440-236-5020.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the implementation of one to one chromebooks; individual student devices will not be permitted.
See our 2021-2022 Kindergarten Information Video HERE!
If your child is five years old on or before August 1, 2021, he/she is eligible to attend kindergarten this fall. Copopa Elementary School is in the process of planning for the 2021-2022 school year. All registration is being completed online on the OneView portal at Https://cls.esvportal.com. The directions for OneView can be found HERE. You can also click the Kindergarten Information tab to the left for more information. For any questions, please contact Liz Wenzel, District Registrar, at 440.236.1236 or [email protected]
After your registration is complete, you will need to download the kindergarten screening packet found HERE. You will also receive a phone call to schedule your child’s screening appointment. Our screening dates are Friday, May 14th and Friday, May 21st. For any questions about screening, please call 440.236.5020.
All students will receive free breakfast and lunch through the end of the school year thanks
to a nationwide waiver. We are grateful and hope this will ease some of
the financial burden that many of our families are dealing with at this
time. Instructional fees are waived for students who meet the free meal guidelines as established by the USDA. If you feel your child is eligible, please print and fill out the Free and Reduced Lunch Application HERE Please return the form to the school office.
Marco's Pizza gives back 15% of sales generated from our school nights that are called in on the phone or placed in the store. They give 5% more for orders placed online. Be sure to hit the fundraiser button before you place your order online. You can give the school and teacher name any other time you order during the month and it will also count.
Incoming Kindergarteners: The Ohio Department of Health under Ohio Revised Code 3317.67 states that Kindergarten students are required to have updated immunizations prior to entry into Kindergarten. Required immunizations HERE. Your child may have already received these vaccines; however the school may not have proof on file. Please provide an updated copy of your child's immunization record that shows the dates that the vaccines were received. If your child has not received these vaccines, you may obtain them from your healthcare provider or other community providers such as Lorain County Public Health. View the 2021-2022 updated Attendance Policy HERE.
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.
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.
Follow us on TWITTER @CopopaElem. We post the most current happenings going on at Copopa! See the link to the left.