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Special Needs Unified Track Meet Results

Here are the final events and placings:
Boys 100 meter: silver
Boys 4×1 relay: Gold
Boys long jump: Gold
Overall Boys State Placing: Third
Girls 100 meter: gold
Girls 4×1 relay: gold
Girls long jump: silver
Overall Girls State Placing: Second
We are so  proud of these students!!!

Best Media Program in the State!!!!

This weekend, Copper Hills Media – consisting of The Grizzly Growl and CHTV News were awarded “Best Media Program in the State” in the 4A/5A/6A category at the University of Utah. Leslie Vawdrey and Mr. Haslam are very grateful to everyone who has supported our staffs in creating this year’s spectacular content. A special thanks to Josh Brothers and the yearbook staff for joining us in this year’s coverage cup theme.

Though both staffs in their entireties won this award, the following students also won individual awards at the evening’s competition in categories including news, sports, opinion, features, photography, illustration, web design, and headlines.

Mindy Braga
Teyanna Kaibetoney
Devan Moore
Kishan Viswanathan
Nathan McFarland
Nate Tanner
Daniella Rivera
Kassidy Babcock
Cameron Schmidt
Aidan Leggat
Sarah Cordner
Kaela Sayasith
Bailey Van Wagoner


WJ Journal Highlights Students Who Overcome Obstacles

One of our students, Makayla Infanzon, was highlighted in the West Jordan Journal for overcoming challenges and succeeding in school. Read her story at the link below.

https://www.westjordanjournal.com/2019/05/03/196901/four-students-accept-the-challenge-of-excellence


4th Quarter Attendance School


Madrigals Broadcast on April 23rd and 27th

Madrigals are ROCKIN’ and are also in the news about our recent accolades.
We have been working hard on our 40 minutes of music and will be recording our hour long show on Classical 89 on Wednesday, April 3rd.  We have found out that the broadcast air dates are scheduled for April 23rd at 8pm and April 27th at 5pm.
Please tune in and listen!

Copper Hills Slam won its 4th competition in a row!

Each of our poets had consistent and high scores throughout the night. Please congratulate these poets if you see them:

Daud Mumin 26.6
Chelsea Guevara 27
Jessica McMann 26.3
Sofia Negrete 25.4
Sammi Walker 27.8
Our last regular season match will be versus our arch rivals @ Skyline H.S. on March 29th at 6 p.m.. That match will be followed by the state championship at Copper Hills on May 3rd.

The Final Results are in from DECA State!!

On February 21st & 22nd, our Copper Hills DECA Chapter took 39 students to the Salt Palace Convention Center to compete with over 1,300 students from 90 high schools in the state of Utah.  We enjoyed one of our most successful state competitions ever:

Our DECA students were finalists in 35 events, with 26 top 10’s.
9 Copper Hills students scored in the top 10% on the written exams.
Those Grizzlies who qualified to attend the DECA International Competition in Orlando, at the end of April, were as follows:
Bailey Van Wagoner – 1st Place in Human Resources
Carter Ferguson – 1st Place in Personal Financial Literacy
Natalie Smiley – 3rd. Place in Marketing Communications
Trevor Gray, Malik Bannaga, & Devin Moore – 3rd Place in Team Financial Operations Research
James Baker, Ethan Perry, & Megan Despain – Gold Status, School Based Enterprise
Cameron Foard, Halle Ashcraft, & Hyrum Ivie – Thrive Leadership
Congratulations Team DECA!  Way to go!  Best of success in Orlando!

Digiforce/Career Conference


Spring Sports Schedule


CH Comes Out on Top at Utah High School Jazz Band Festival!

At the 5th Annual SUU High School Jazz Band Festival this past Saturday, February 23rd, the following awards were received by the students of the Jazz Band:

Outstanding Saxophone Section
Outstanding Rhythm Section
Outstanding Soloist-Robbie Bruse; Baritone Sax
Outstanding Soloist-Jackson McKenna; Piano
Outstanding Soloist-Jarik McGee; Drum Set

Out of the entire competition, CHHS was the only HS band to receive a standing ovation AND to be seen, according to our adjudicators that are professionals in the Jazz Industry AND are Grammy Recording Artists, as the “Most well-put together ensemble of the day” and the “Most well-performed music of the day.” These students had a STELLAR performance and showed up with the fire of Grizzly Nation in their hearts. Oh. And they almost swept the whole thing.

LAST BUT NOT LEAST!! The CHHS Winterguard performed at the WGI (Winterguard International) Regional, on the same day, up at Roy HS and NOT ONLY placed 1st at Prelims, but placed 1st in Finals AND won their divisional classification, being judged and recognized on a National level. Those ladies TOOK the world by storm!


Utah High School Dance Festival

The Utah High School Dance Festival was Saturday. There were 40 Utah High Schools in Attendance. Everyone performs 1-2 pieces (1 must be student choreographed) in front of elite artistic dance professionals who then assign a ranking with detailed feedback of Commendable, Excellence, or Superior. Our Copper Hills Dance Company has received a Superior! They then went on to take multiple dance classes and perform in the Gala. They represented our school with professionalism and pride. They were simply outstanding.


Food styling at its finest!

For the first time in awhile,  our culinary team is going to state! These students have worked hard. Here are some pictures from the event.

Our team: Anna Cudney (Captain), Maren Kelly, Kameron Jeffs, Kaitlyn Stark, and Maile Ricks (Manager).

The Miracle Worker

CHHS Theatre performs the incredible play based on the true story of Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller. Feb.28, Mar. 1, 2, & 4 @7


Honor Cord Application Due Dates

All Honor Cord Applications are due to each Honor Cord Lead by 3:00 p.m. on March 29, 2019.  NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED!!!
 
Official Application information and procedures…
Go to the Copper Hills Website
Click Academics
Click Honor Cords
Click Specific Honor Cord or Copper Service Link
Print off official updated Application
Fill out Application correctly include your name on your Birth Certificate
Give completed Application directly to Honor Cord Lead (Many Honor Cord leads require you sign a ledger) by March 29 3:00 p.m.
 
Plan early, things get crazy!!!
 
 
Final Honor Cord Lists are due to Elyse Pearmain on April 5 by 3:00 p.m.  NO LATE LISTS WILL BE ACCEPTED!!
1.  List the Honor Cord Name (EX. Honor Cord – Dance)
2.  List the Category – Check the Website if you are not sure about the Category (EX. Category – Visual and Performing Arts
3.  Alphabetically list the students by specialty if applicable (EX. Specialty – Artistic Dance) using the name on their Birth Certificate
4.  If students do not need to be separated by specialty list them alphabetically using the name on their Birth Certificate
5.  Please only turn in Senior names!!!

Register for EYH!


LIA and WISE Dress Drive

WISE and LIA are doing a sweethearts dress drive. They will be collecting dresses Monday and Wednesday in Mrs. Catten’s room 2723. Please help by donating all those dresses you don’t wear anymore.
Anyone who would like a dress is invited to rm 2723 on Thurs. and Fri. to see if there is anything that they love.

Writing Center Open House


Electrical Job Shadow Opportunity


ACE Mentor Program

 


Attendance School 2nd Quarter


DECA Inflicts Damage

Our Copper Hills DECA / FBLA Wrecking Crew inflicted some real damage, Thursday night, at the annual Herriman Business Invitational.  We competed with 585 DECA & FBLA students from 20 high schools.  These are the results:

 
Carter Ferguson – Restaurant & Food Services – 1st Place
Ezxandria Tannner – Retailing – 1st Place
Connor Haslam & Bailey Van Wagoner – Sports & Entertainment Team – 1st Place
Ethan Perry & James Baker – Buying & Merchandising Team – 1st Place
Malik Bannaga & Devan Moore – Entrepreneurship Team – 1st Place
Gavin Sullivan & John David – Business Law & Ethics Team – 2nd Place
Bailey Van Wagoner – Job Interview – 3rd. Place
Trevor Gray – Impromptu Speaking – 3rd Place
Bryce Doerr – Public Speaking – 3rd Place
 
These were impressive results for our first competitive event of the year.
 
Congratulations to our Copper Hills DECA & FBLA (BAM Club) students who competed at the Herriman Business Invitational, Thursday night, and brought home many awards for their efforts!

Marching Band Places 3rd Overall

Yet again, the Copper Hills MMG Marching Band represented our school with pride and style. Yesterday evening at the Rocky Mountain Invitational, hosted by BYU, they placed 3rd overall in class 4A. These awesome kids are going places and I am excited for what the future holds for the band program at Copper Hills High School. It was a GREAT evening to be a Grizzly!


CHTV News Sportsmanship Video

CHTV news created a sportsmanship video. Here’s a look at the finished product!!

 


All-State Choir Performs at Temple Square

Please congratulate the following students for their amazing hard work and performance this weekend in All-State Choir at the Salt Lake Tabernacle.

Graff, Alayna

Hokanson, Abigail

Hacking, Katy

Pugmire, Rachael

Goodwin, Chantel

Haymond, Hailey

Hill, Savannah

Christiansen, Hannah

Blackham, Tyler

Cooley, Nathan

Evans, Adam

Peterson, Erik

Buhler, Bryan

Gubler, Hunter

Merrick, Aiden

 


Homecoming Game Message

CHHS Parents and Students,

We encourage your attendance and participation at our Copper Hills Football Games. Effective this week there will be some adjustments to our STADIUM SEATING areas. All Students are invited to find a seat in the stands or join the STANDING STUDENT section. The STANDING STUDENT section will be adjusted to accommodate the increase of students joining the stands. Signage will be posted indicating where these areas are. Please be courteous and respectful of other patrons and find appropriate seats in these designated areas.

Also, students are encouraged to cheer for their team in the stands for the duration of the game and will not be allowed re-entry if they leave.

Thanks for your support of Grizzly Football. We’ll see you at the game.


Dixie College Tour

We took 45 students to Dixie State and seniors were able to apply on the spot. They were the perfect host, feeding us Chick Fil A when we got there. And we got to see alumni TaylorAnne. Thank you Dixie State University!!! The next tour is to Snow College on 9/25/18.