News and Announcements
Grizzly Growl Wins Utah HS Futures of Journalism Award
The Grizzly Growl staff attended the Utah High Schools Futures of Journalism Awards at U of U this evening. We won a few awards in the 4A/5A category:
LADY GRIZZLY SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP
- 12 hours of practice/on-court instruction from CH Coaching Staff
- 10 – 12 games (SLCC Jamboree, UVU Team Jamboree)
- Grades 9 – 12 (next year)
- Registration fee: $185
Camp Dates (subject to change):
- Monday, June 5 7:00 am – 10:00 am
- Tuesday, June 6 7:00 am – 10:00 am
- Wednesday, June 7 7:00 am – 10:00 am
- Thursday, June 8 7:00 am – 10:00 am
- To register, fill out a district camp registration Form B and pay the $185 camp fee (must be paid in full at the time of registration) in the CH main office. Make sure you specify that you are registering for Lady Grizzly Summer Basketball Camp. Place one of the receipts you receive in Coach Morley’s box in the main office… this is important!… you are not registered until Coach Morley has received a receipt for full payment.
CH Student Shadows Third District Judge
Michael Frewin, a student in Rickee Stewart’s business law class, entered an essay in the Judge for a Day competition. Michael won the competition and a portion of his essay was featured in both the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune. Michael also go to shadow a Third District Court judge for a full day, spending time in the judge’s chambers, sitting on the bench (or really close to the bench), and even sharing lunch with the judge and a district attorney. Michael is over the moon excited about his experience.
Free ACT/SAT Practice Test
We’re jumping into summer prep to get students ready for the new August SAT and the September ACT. The first step is free National Practice Test Weekend. Our SAT vs. ACT combo test gives students the insight they need to determine which test they should focus on this summer.
This is a great opportunity for rising juniors to get an early sense of which test to prep for,and rising seniors can pick a test to take again before submitting applications.
Students can join us Live Online for our free test on May 20 and 21. During the exam, they will get a chance to try sections from both the SAT and the ACT. They’ll leave knowing which exam they scored higher on and where their areas of opportunity lie. To finish the session, we’ll dive into a few strategies to start off their prep. Learn more at www.kaptest.com/practicetestweekend.
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National Practice Test Weekend
Take a free SAT vs. ACT Combo Test and see which exam is right for you. Join Kaplan on May 20 and 21 Live Online to try both tests. Register at www.kaptest.com/practicetestweekend
Improv Team Receives Straight Superiors!
Our Improv Team “Impower” Competed with 9 other teams at the Murray High Improv Competition. Only 3 schools received Straight Superiors and Copper Hills was among them. Our team also took the “Story is Key” award as a team. Our own Lillian Porter won Best Female Improver. This is the first year they have competed. Special Thanks to Don Falslev who has helped coach the team this year!!
Grizzly Growl Dominates with 17 Awards!!
The Utah State Scholastic Media Awards was a great time. The Growl came away with 17 awards, including seven 1st place awards. They are as follows:
1st Place, Fiction, Parker Shepardson
1st Place, Original Art or Graphic, Nathan Milch
1st Place, Sports Photography, Cassy Parkin
1st Place, General Photography, Cassy Parkin
1st Place, Interview, Autumn Lucas
1st Place, Feature Writing, Christina Tran
1st Place, Original Cartoon, Matt Webb
2nd Place, Original Cartoon, Matt Webb
2nd Place, Interview, Growl Staff
2nd Place, Front Page Design, Growl Staff
2nd Place, News Photography, Cassy Parkin
2nd Place, General Photography, Cassy Parkin
2nd Place, Original Art or Graphic, Kandy Rocha
2nd Place, School News Story, Ellie Schiess
2nd Place, Local News Story, Ellie Schiess
3rd Place, School News Story, Autumn Lucas
3rd Place, Headline Writing Abbie Carlile
Congratulations to these students and thanks to our amazing art department for teaching and then sending Mr. Haslam the most talented artists and photographers our school has to offer!
CHTV Awarded Best News Show
Greekology Dance Co. Concert
Senior Sunset and Senior Dinner Dance Info
ASL Students Win 27 Medals!
ASL students from across the state came together to compete against others of their same level in a variety of categories. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Boren are so proud of their students and the way they represented Copper Hills today! The results are listed below with their award placement and the level of ASL they competed in, please congratulate these students on their achievement if you see them!
Grizz Slam Wins State!
Grizz Slam went neck-and-neck with Skyline and five other schools Friday night until the very last poet, before coming away with the win and another state championship. Our competing poets were Junior, Sariya Martinez, Senior, Adam Shaw, Junior Cassey Ivie, and Senior Breckly Conner. Please congratulate them and the team.
2017 Graduation Information
Symphonic Winds First Band from CH to Move on to State!!
Animal Science Class Host Furry Guests
At 7:45 AM in the Animal Science 1st period, Shayn from Utah Natural Meats was nice enough to bring quite a variety of animals of all ages. It was mostly held by the west parking lot and was an enriching and engaging experience for the entire class. Here are some photos to see what you might have missed and to hopefully encourage cooperation with Utah Natural Meat in future years.
Concert Choir Makes it to State!!
Please congratulate the students in Concert Choir for making it to State this year! They have worked hard and rank with the best.
ACTON, EMILY ADAMS, GABRIEL P. ADAMSON, SAMANTHA BALLARD, BRETT BASSETT, ERICA L. BEAN, JENSEN R. BERRY, SIDNEY B. BLACKHAM, ALISON N. BLACKHAM, SETH T. BRECK, EMILY C. BRITTON WHEELER, ANGELINA M. BROUGH, KAELA BROWN, KAITLYN BROWN, KODY S. BRUNSON, KATELYN BRUNSON, MCKENNA BUHLER, JESSE B. CLARK, MARISSA M. CLEGG, MIRANDA K. CROWTHER, BREAUNA CUMMINGS, CLARA DAVIS, MIRANDA DAY, JAROD DICKEY, CHASE DOWN, LOGAN ELDREDGE, JEANETTE GARCIA, KATELYNN GARFF, ETHAN GATES, ALEXIA GEE, ALIA HALL, MICHAEL HAMMOND, TYLER HANSEN, MARYN HASLAM, MACKENZIE HAWKINS, PATRICK HERBERT, ALYSSA R. HOPE, LAUREN HOTTON, BRAXTON HOWELL, LINDSEY HUEFNER, EMMALEE HUTCHINS, MADELYN HYATT, SPENCER JACOB, MAVINY JESSUP, SHAYLA JOHNSON, ABIGAIL J. KRUEGER, VANESSA T. LUDWIG, JAMIE M. MATHESON, MACHRAY C. MCANALLY, AMANDA MCBRIDE, ANDREW MCGEE, TIAREE MCKENZIE, JAMES L. NEWLON, JAKOB NOBLE, TREVOR OFFEN, VICTORIA E. OLSEN, DREW OWEN, HANNAH PERRY, BROOKE PETTERBORG, KRISTI PETTIT, DANIELLE ROYCE, AUBREY G. SCHMIDT, MAYLIN SHARP, MERCEDEE SHELTON, LAURA SMITH, EMMA V. SPERRY, SPENCER TELFORD, KADEN THORUP, ANGELA VANDENHAZEL, IZAAK A. WALTER, BAILEY K. WRIGHT, MYA
Physical Session Offered in Daybreak
U of U Health will be doing a physical session for our high school athletes coming up soon. These will be offered a couple times per year starting with this session. This session will be more Fall/Winter based because of the timing.
When: Saturday, May 6th at 8:30am. First come first served basis.
Where: South Jordan Health Center in Daybreak (5126 W. Daybreak Parkway)
Cost: $25 to be PAID TO THE OFFICE. No money will be collected at the time of physicals.
Make sure the athletes have physical forms signed by their parent/guardian prior to showing up or they can not receive a physical. Forms can be found on Register My Athlete.
Please sign up in the office.
All money received will go back to CHHS athletics.
The New Grizzly Growl Editorial Staff for 2017-2018
Congrats to the following students for making it on the Grizzly Growl Editorial Staff for next year!
Co-Editor-in-Chief – Chasity Mayo
Co-Editor-in-Chief – Autumn Lucas
Managing Editor – Christina Tran
Sports Editor – Portia Price
A + E Editor – Patrick Hawkins
Opinion Editor – Aubrey Virgin
News Editor – Hala Louviere
Photography Editor –
Art Editor – Alexis Hilton
Layout & Design Editor/Social Media Manager – Mandy McAnally
Business Manager – Cassey Ivie
Web Editor – Cassey Ivie
Public Relations – Hala Louviere
District Art Show Results
The judging results are in!
Solo/Ensemble Region Results
HOSA Competition Results
The State HOSA Competition was held in Layton March 16 and 17th. Our students did a superb job in preparing for their competition and representing Copper Hills High.
$500 HOSA Scholarship: Tracy Phan
14 State TSA Winners!!
On Wednesday 21 students from Copper Hills competed in the State TSA Competition in Davis. We came back with 14 winners! Congratulations to the following students!!
|Cassandra Ivie||Essays on Technology||1st|
|Alyssa Appleman||Extemporaneous Speech||1st|
|Blake Calkins||Chapter Team||2nd|
|Laura Shelton||Chapter Team||2nd|
|Ruth Ann Shelton||Chapter Team||2nd|
|Trinity Silimon||Chapter Team||2nd|
|William Pankey||Chapter Team||2nd|
|Danielle Krebs||Chapter Team||2nd|
|Hala Louviere||Essays on Technology||2nd|
|Cassandra Ivie||Future Technology Teacher||2nd|
|Cassandra Ivie||TSA State Vice President|
Superior Performances Earned in Vocal Solo and Ensemble
Please congratulate the following students for receiving Superior performances and going on to State in April:
All Madrigal Women
Spring Sports Schedule
Copper Hills Dance Co. Take on New York City!
Here are some highlights of the Copper Hills High Artistic Dance Company Tour to New York City. It was an amazing and educational experience. Your Artistic Dance Company represented Copper Hills High so well, they were a class act!!! All of their Professional teachers mentioned how much they enjoyed teaching the CHHS Artistic Dance Company because they were so professional, so disciplined, learned quickly, had amazing technique and danced with such passion!!! Way to go Dance Company!!!
DECA Enjoys Outstanding Results at State
Copper Hills DECA Chapter (under the BAM umbrella) enjoyed their best results ever at DECA State, this past Thursday and Friday. Copper Hills was one of 61 high schools, and competed with 1,050 students. We had 30 of our most dedicated and talented DECA students bring back the following results (Medals and Awards):
State Broadcast Competition Boasts 3 Finalists
In the state broadcast competition the following students made the top finalist list:
Swan Htut – Best Male Anchor
Liv Offens & Alec Taylor – Best News Package
Nate Hardey – Best Commercial
The following students won second and third place in the regional Skills USA competition in Broadcasting:
2nd- Cameron Memmott and Nate Hardey
3rd – Sam Hakkeson and Talon Hall
and will compete in state Skills in March.
Congratulations to these students! The competition was really tough and exhausting.
Academic Decathlon Earns 11 Individual Medals
Academic Decathlon had a wonderful time at state. Here are the results:
Our team came in Third, and earned 11 individual medals.
Demetrius Hall: Bronze in Varsity Math
Rachel Brighton: Bronze in Honors Essay
Jaylynn Brown: Bronze in Honors Language and Literature, Silver in Honors Interview
Spencer Arnesen: Bronze in Scholastic Science, Silver in Scholastic Essay, Gold in Scholastic Math
Tyson Whiting: Silver in Honors Art, Silver in Honors Essay, Gold in Honors Math, Team High Score
7 Sterling Scholars Move on to State
Once again we broke a record this year. We have 7 Copper Hills Sterling Scholars that have made it to state. The previous record was 5. Congratulations to these amazing students!
Here are the results.
Moving on to compete at state:
Tracy Phan – Family and Consumer Science
Melissa Hansen – Mathematics
Shelbie Larsen- Business and Marketing
Vanesa Barrett – World Languages
Kaitlyn Stevens – Computer Technology
Katelyn Judd – Skilled and Technical Sciences
McKenna Brunson – Vocal Performance
CH School Store Wins Gold Status
Today our school stores received a HUGE award! DECA certified the Grizzly Grub and Den as Gold-Level, the highest honor awarded to school-based enterprises. Last year only one other school in the state of Utah was awarded gold status. In addition, our school stores took first place in the state of Utah. A team of 3 of our Retailing students will travel to Anaheim, in April, to compete with the other 49 state winners and a dozen foreign countries for the best school store in the world.
Decathlon Takes 31 Individual Awards and 3 Overall Awards
Our Decathlon team came in 2nd in our division. We earned 31 individual awards including 3 overall awards.
Here are the details:
Kyle Hall- Bronze Econ, Silver Essay, Bronze Lang/Lit, Silver Math, Silver Science, Bronze Social Science, Bronze Overall
Demetrius Hall- Bronze Music
Allison Whitlock- Bronze Essay
Seth Blackham- Gold Econ, Gold Math, Gold Music, Gold Science, Silver Overall
Michael Frewin- Bronze Econ, Silver Art, Silver Lang/Lit, Gold Social Science, Silver Speech
Tyson Whiting- Bronze Econ, Silver Art, Silver Interview, Silver Lang/Lit, Silver Math, Gold Science, Gold Speech, Gold Overall
Spencer Arnesen- Bronze Science
Rachel Brighton- Gold Essay
Jaylynn Brown- Bronze Interview
Garrison Peck- Silver Essay
Congratulations Decathlon team! Way to represent!
DECA Region Competition Boasts Highest Score Ever
FFA Places 5th Overall
Please congratulate the FFA club for their success at the area competition in Tooele.
Camille Lundgren qualified in the Extemporaneous Speaking event and is going to represent Copper Hills at State competitions in March!
The FFA club also participated in Parliamentary Procedures and placed 5th overall.
Camille Lundgren and
Great job FFA club!!
Springville Art Show Results Prove CH Has Talent
CH Students Chosen for Info and Tech Computing Award
Decathlon Team Comes In 2nd After Scrimmage
Congratulations to the following individuals for earning awards:
Deseret News Names 5 CHHS Students to All-State Teams
Student Wins Martin Luther King Jr. Award
Jacqueline Gutierrez, a dedicated student and prominent leader through the Latinos in Action club was nominated and selected to win the prestigious Martin Luther King Jr. Award from the University of Utah. Mr. Brothers worked closely with this student from his AP Lang and Comp class to draft an essay that she submitted for consideration that describes how to enact change at the local level and how she espouses the virtues eschewed by Dr. King. Mr. Brothers said it was inspiring to work with her.
Madrigals Shine on ABC4 News
Congrats to the Madrigals for doing a great job on their performance on ABC4 news!
BAM Club Successful at Aggie Invitational
32 of our Copper Hills DECA Chapter (Bam Club) students competed for success, yesterday, at the annual Aggie Invitational at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University, with 40 other schools and 800 students. Our event awardees were as follows:
FBLA Students Win Big at Competition
After a great day of tough competition our FBLA Copper Hills students won the following awards-
Madison Peto and Meghan Wadsworth: 5th Place Hospitality Management
Mashayla Dally: 5th place Intro to Business
Bailey VanWagoner: 4th place Intro to Business Communications
Parker Scholes and Andrew Richens: 4th place Emerging Business Issues
Shelbie Larson and Alina Wamsley: 3rd place Business Ethics
Bailey VanWagoner: 1st place Graphic Design
Congrats to these students!!
CH Cheerleaders Chosen for Elite Parade Performance
Kara Shea Aguilar, Miranda Clegg and McKenna Rich from Copper Hills High School in West Jordan, Utah were three of more than 300 elementary, junior high and high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the U.S. who performed in the 66th Houston Thanksgiving Day Parade in Houston, Texas, one of the oldest Thanksgiving Day parades in the country.
The individuals invited to perform in the parade are cheerleading and dance All-Americans selected from Varsity Spirit’s summer camps throughout the country, including Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA), Universal Dance Association (UDA), National Cheerleaders Association (NCA), and National Dance Alliance (NDA).
All-Americans were selected via tryout based on the superior cheerleading or dance skills they showed at camp. Only the top 10% of the cheerleaders and dancers who attended Varsity camps have earned the chance to march in a holiday parade of this caliber.
All-Americans will have the opportunity to cheer along side floats, hot air balloons, marching bands and celebrity guests as they make their way through the streets of downtown.
The Copper Hills cheerleaders all stated how proud they are to represent Copper Hills as an All-American Cheerleader and how they are looking forward to all the events the week will hold. Kara Shea is so grateful for this opportunity to do what she loves – cheer provides a confidence/lesson best described as “always believe in you.” Miranda, as a special athlete, is extremely proud to represent her community as a positive role model. McKenna is grateful for her coaches and family who push her to be her best in everything she does.
Congrats girls! We are proud to have you representing Copper Hills High School!
Sterling Scholar Winners
Here are the nominees for the Sterling Scholars 2016-2017!! We had 51 students apply which is awesome. Thank you so much for encouraging them to stretch and take risks. Special thanks for all the teachers who were part of the application process!
Tracy Phan – Family and Consumer Science
Emma Ramsay – Visual Arts
Melissa Hansen – Mathematics
Danielle Almansouri – English
Shelbie Larsen- Business and Marketing
Vanesa Barrett – World Languages
Kaitlyn Stevens – Computer Technology
Katelyn Judd – Skilled and Technical Sciences
Moira Turner – Speech/ Theater Arts/ and Forensics
Jennifer Ha – Science
William Pankey – Social Science
McKenna Brunson – Vocal Performance
Raven Paraso – Dance
Brett Ballard – Instrumental Music
Revision of State Board Rules
Attached you will find information regarding the latest revision of the State Board Rule.
Debate Team Wins 1st Overall Team Award
The Copper Hills Debate Team competed this weekend against 20 strong teams from around the state at Grantsville High this weekend. There were around 350 students in the field competing in many events each over the course of two 10+ hour days of competition. After the Grizzlies gave over 900 speeches the team won many awards, but none more important than winning the 1st Place Overall Team Award. Ethan Bastian, a senior and debate team president, competed in 3 events and won the Ultimate Speaker Award naming him as the #1 overall competitor in the field. Cassie Ivie was 2nd. This was another great team win. Awards listed below:
1st Place Overall Team
Ethan Bastian: 1st Place Varsity All-Around, 2nd in Varsity Policy Debate, 2nd in Varsity National Extemp, 2nd in Varsity Foreign Extemp.
Cassie Ivie: 2nd Place Varsity All-Around, 1st Place Varsity Informative Speaking 2nd Place Varsity Declamation, 3rd Varsity Foreign Extemp
Tyler Blackham: 3rd place Novice All-Around, 1st Place Novice National Extemp, 1st place Novice Impromptu Speaking
Ashlynn Schmidt: 1st Place Novice Oratory, 3rd Place Novice Public Forum Debate
Tyler Mcentire: 1st Place Novice Foreign Extemp, 1st Place Novice Impromptu Speaking, 2nd Place Novice National Extemp
Andrea Feliciano: 5th Place Varsity Informative Speaking, 6th Place Varsity Impromptu Speaking
Arianna Nelson: 2nd Place Varsity Policy Debate
Jamison Lam: 2nd Place Varsity Informative Speaking, 6th place Varsity Congressional Debate
Siotame Siaki: 2nd Place Novice Public Forum Debate, 3rd Place Novice Spontaneous Argumentation
Erin Howell: 2nd Place Novice Public Forum Debate
Kelly Le: 3rd Place Varsity Declamation
Rebecca Allen: 3rd place Varsity Humorous Interpretation
Cheyenne Hahn: 3rd Place Novice Public Forum Debate
Julia Cudney: 4th Place Varsity Oratory, 3rd Place Varsity Dramatic Interpretation
Bailee Longhurst: 5th Place Varsity Oratory
Alyssa Appleman: 5th Place Varsity National Extemp, 2nd Place Varsity Duo Interpretation
Trinity Silimon: 5th Place Varsity Declamation
Sariah Purser: 2nd Place Novice Impromptu Speaking
Canyon Smith: 6th Place Novice National Extemp, 6th Place Novice Impromptu Speaking
Gage Brunyer: 5th Novice Foreign Extemp
Matthew Cuthbert: 6th Place Novice Congressional Debate 6th Novice Foreign Extemp
Taylor Logan: 2nd Place Varsity Duo Interpretation
Noah Coleman: 6th Place Varsity Poetry Interpretation
Paola Almanza: 4th place Novice Dramatic Interpretation
Business and Marketing Club Boasts 5 Medals
The Copper Hills Business & Marketing Club, or BAM, competed in the annual Herriman Invitational for DECA and FBLA with over 20 high schools and over 600 students in 11 events.
This was our first competition, and possibly the fiercest rivalry of the year.
Copper Hills had five students who came away with medals:
Brady Foard & Cameron Foard took third in Management Decision Making
Alina Wamsley took second in Retailing.
Andrea Feliciano took third in Impromptu Speaking.
Zion Steiner took second in Restaurant & Food Services.
We are very proud of all of our BAM members who prepared and competed, on the 19th. There will be many more awards to come, this year. Way to go Grizzlies!!!
Southern Utah University College Campus Tour
Our second College Tour for this year took our Copper Hills High School seniors to Southern Utah University in Cedar City. About 40 of our seniors had the opportunity of not only visiting this great campus, but were able to tour the Student Center and the school campus, lead by Student Ambassadors. They were also able to complete a college application. What a great experience for our Grizzlies! Thank you to Truman Smith and Brandon Wright, College Admissions and Recruitment Staff. Our students said that they loved the campus and received valuable information. They said that they were looking forward to hearing about their admissions applications. Go Grizzlies !!!
USU Easter Leadership Summit
On November 12th, 2016 Utah State University Eastern will be hosting the annual “Leadership Summit”, a special event for high school students involved in leadership of any kind. During this event, students will:
- Learn how to prepare for college
- Get financial aid and scholarship information
- Tour the USU Eastern campus
- Participate in various workshops
- Learn valuable leadership skills
- Network with current student leaders and advisors
- Learn about leadership positions available to college freshmen
This event is a great opportunity for students to improve leadership skills and get a taste of USU Eastern student life. Any student involved in high school leadership of any kind is invited to attend. For more information or to register for this event please direct students to https://usueastern.edu/price/visit/eastern-experience.
Debate Team Takes 1st Overall
This weekend the Copper Hills Debate Team competed against 49 of the best debate teams from 4 states with a total of more than 1100 students competing. The tournament schedule was grueling (noon to 10PM on Friday and 6:30AM to 9PM on Saturday) and the competition was fierce. The Grizz emerged victorious winning 1st place overall as a team. I couldn’t be more proud of the team’s effort and spirit. Thank you Mr Quarnberg for being there with us! Awards listed below:
1st Place Team Overall
1st Place Speaker – Erin Howell – Novice Public Forum Debate
1st Place – Gladys Hernandez-Zuniga – Novice Impromptu Speaking
1st Place – Tyler Blackham – Novice Extemporaneous Speaking
3rd Place – Gage Brunyer – Novice Extemporaneous Speaking
4th Place Speaker – Kylee Lewis – Varsity Lincoln Douglas Debate
4th Place – Ashlynn Schmidt – Novice Original Oratory
5th Place Speaker – Zachery Thiede – Varsity Policy Debate
5th Place – Cheyenne Hahn – Novice Impromptu Speaking
6th Place Speaker – Ethan Bastian – Varsity Policy Debate
Finalist – Tyler Houston – Varsity Extemporaneous Speaking
Semifinalist – Taylor Logan – Varsity Original Oratory
Semifinalists – Zachery Thiede & Reggie Leon – Varsity Policy Debate
Quarterfinalists – Ethan Bastian & Arianna Nelson – Varsity Policy Debate
Quarterfinalist – Emma Fryer – Novice Lincoln Douglas Debate
Quarterfinalists – Erin Howell & Siotame Siaki – Novice Public Forum Debate
Octafinalists – Sam Nelson & Victoria Olsen – Varsity Public Forum Debate
Octafinalist – Moira Turner – Varsity Lincoln Douglas Debate
Octafinalist – Tyson Whiting – Novice Lincoln Douglas Debate
10th Place Speaker – Siotame Siaki – Novice Public Forum Debate
College Tour to Dixie State
Our first College Tour for this year was to Dixie State University in St. George! 54 of our seniors had the opportunity of not only visiting this beautiful campus, but were able to tour the campus, lead by Student Ambassadors, enjoy a wonderful lunch, and complete a college application. What a great experience for our Grizzlies! Thank you to Mr. Brett Swartz, College Representative, and his staff for coordinating this visit. Our students said that they loved the campus and received valuable information. Several of our seniors are excited because they have already received their acceptance letters! Go Grizzlies.
All-State Choir Shines
Please congratulate the following vocalists if you see them for doing an exceptional job at the All-State Choir Concert this last weekend under the baton of Dr. Rollo Dillworth from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. It was an amazing performance!
Poetry Slam Wins by a Margin
It came down to the last round, but Copper Hills Slam came away from their first competition with a win, and a total of 107.3. The overall scores for the evening are below. If you know/see anyone on the team, please congratulate them. We had many poets ready, but four were chosen.
Academic All-State Students
Congrats to the following students for being awarded Academic All-State. You guys are amazing!!