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The student government staff and students recently attended a Leadership Camp in St. George, Utah. They had a fabulous time and learned a lot of new things that they hope to incorporate into the next school year to make it better. They are all looking forward to representing the greatest school in Utah!
Congratulations to the fabulous Latrill Loveridge. She recently won the Hero in Education Award from the West Jordan Chamber and Cyprus Credit Union.
The theme for graduation this year is:
“Many a battle we have won, but now the fight has just begun”
Graduation practices will be held on June 3rd @ 9 a.m. at CHHS.
Graduation Day is June 4th at the Maverick Center at 10 a.m. No photography will be allowed. Pictures need to be taken outside the venue before the ceremony begins. Doors open to the public at 9:15 a.m. If you have any questions please contact the main office.
Congratulations to the following students who will be recognized at the commencement exercises for their hard work.
– Valedictorian –
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– Salutatorian –
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– Magna Cum Laude –
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– Sterling Scholar Finalists –
Allison Gardiner – Foreign Language
Katie Wishart – Art
A copy of the graduation announcement can be found by going to the link below.
As of April 12th, CHHS had 228 seniors start the FAFSA and 194 of those students completed it. According to the UHEAA, Copper Hills has the most completed FAFSA in the state. Thanks to all the students, parents, teachers, and counselors who helped make this happen. We have a great school!
Congratulations to Haley Medford! She was selected for the A.C.E. (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) Award provided by the West Jordan Exchange Club. This award is given to students who have overcome challenges in their personal or family life and continue to strive for excellence. She was honored at a breakfast on March 14th, and received a $500 scholarship. The Exchange Club then selected her to advance on to the Rocky Mountain District for further award. Haley is an inspiration to many as she has battled Leukemia for the last year and a half but continues to smile and accomplish her work, earning top grades. We are proud of Haley and wish her the best!
We have had some problems with people being able to message our Copper Hills Twitter account. It seems that the issues may be the mobile browser or app that is on the mobile device being used to send the message. Below is the fix that was sent to us from Twitter. They have had “bugs” with some apps and browsers and are working to fix the issues. Hopefully this helps. Happy Tweeting!
To troubleshoot your issue, we recommend that you clear your mobile browser’s cache from your device’s settings. You also may want to try powering you device off and then back on again. If this does not resolve the issue, please try going to mobile.twitter.com/debug on your device’s mobile browser. From there, we’ll be able to troubleshoot further.
You can also check out more basic mobile.twitter.com troubleshooting information here: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20169452
Mr. Marshall, the ceramics teacher at CHHS, recently had some of his work published in the March 2013 edition of the Ensign. Three of his beautiful pieces were shown in the story “Make Known His Wonderful Works.” Mr. Marshall is a brand new teacher at CHHS this year and he has already impressed many of his students and fellow faculty members with his abilities both in and out of the classroom. Congratulations Mr. Marshall.
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At Copper Hills we are constantly trying to improve. An idea has evolved that will instantly help improve communication between the CHHS community and the administration. On Monday the school will start a Twitter account called @CHHS_problems. The account will be for students and parents to voice their concerns relating to all areas of our school. For example, if students find a problem in the school, such as a messy bathroom or vandalism, they would be encouraged to Tweet it and the administration will take care of the problem asap. If parents have a problem with parking or with a Skyward issue, for example, the administration would encourage them to Tweet it so that it can likewise be promptly taken care of. All problems and concerns are to be expressed appropriately and opinions of individuals be taken into account before something is Tweeted. This account is not set up for vulgar, silly, or falsified complaints. The administration would appreciate your help in making this successful, and your patience as they learn to work through the bugs. So, follow us at @CHHS_problems and help the Copper Hills administration make your school an even better place to be!