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  • What Happened to Winter Formal?

    What Happened to Winter Formal?

    Portia Price, Sports Editor

    November 1, 2017

    In September, students got their hopes up when a poll on the Copper Hills High Twitter account asked about a possible winter formal. The poll read: “Admin. Wants to know if there is overwhelming support for a Winter Formal Dance in [December].” With over 360 votes, and 77% supporting, students ar...

    Alexis Hilton

  • An Open Mind

    An Open Mind

    Cassey Ivie, Web Editor and Business Manager

    October 4, 2017

    Some people were born with a typewriter on their lap and the label press on their cap. Their first words declare their desire to be a journalist. Matthew LaPlante was not one of these people. The Grizzly Growl Staff had the opportunity to have LaPlante come as a guest speaker to their fifth perio...

    Matthew LaPlante teaching Copper Hills Students.

    Karlee Jacobson

  • Copper Hills Seen Around the Nation

    Copper Hills Seen Around the Nation

    Cassey Ivie, Web Editor

    October 4, 2017

    Two Copper Hills Grizzlies flew across the nation to attend the Washington Journalism and Media Conference, drastically changing their lives and thoughts about journalism. Being the only two students from Utah, Chasity Mayo and Christina Tran had the opportunity to explore journalism, discover new talent...

    Christina Tran and Chasity Mayo in DC.

    Alex Kennedy

  • Got Filters?

    Got Filters?

    Patrick Hawkins, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor

    October 4, 2017

    How often during the week do students and faculty fill a water bottle at one of the numerous fountains around the school? Has there ever been worry about the hard, red light at the top of the machines filling each bottle? These are the lights that show the level of how effective the water filters are...

    Rusted water flows from a dressing room sink.

    Christina Tran

  • Deaf but not Dumb

    Deaf but not Dumb

    Hala Louviere, News Editor

    October 4, 2017

    Tuesday, Copper Hills ASL 3 students got to visit two Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind. Joined by West Jordan High School’s ASL 3 class, they were given a special tour of C. Mark Openshaw and Jean Massieu Schools of the Deaf. Joel Coleman, one of our Grizzly’s father, is the superintendent for Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind. He said that tours don’t often happen, but Copper Hills has a special ASL program and deserved one. READ MORE »»

    A clay tree with hand for a trunk, made by students at Jean Massieu School of the Deaf.

    Hala Louviere

Cheating Group Chat

Cheating Group Chat

Aubrey Virgin, Opinion & Lifestyle Editor

November 1, 2017No Comments

Cheating, by definition, is an act that is dishonest or unfair in order to gain advantage. Students hear about cheating all of the time, but if anyone really wants to get a scoop on modern-day cheating, they have to set thei...

We Are the Losers

We Are the Losers

November 1, 2017

Little Rocket Man

Little Rocket Man

November 1, 2017

Extend a Helping Hand

Extend a Helping Hand

November 1, 2017

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Keeping Our Mouths Fresh

October 4, 2017

Many teenagers today are obsessed with their pearly whites, and making their smiles the flashiest in t...

Walking Alone

Walking Alone

October 4, 2017

Parents can play the most important roles in someone’s life. They guide and shape their children into t...

We Witch You a Happy Halloween

We Witch You a Happy Halloween

October 4, 2017

There is a sharp knock at the door, Trick or Treat! Halloween is rolling around again with people decora...

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Athletes of the Month: October

October 4, 2017No Comments

Abby Hoyal Grade: 10 Sport: Girls Tennis Position: 1st varsity doubles Years lettering: 1 GPA: 4.0 Stats: Won 4 matches in 2 years Any other sport you play/played? Performing Ballroom What made you successful...

Football Streak?

Football Streak?

October 4, 2017

Can’t Pay? Can’t Play.

Can’t Pay? Can’t Play.

October 4, 2017

The J’s Leaving the Nest

The J’s Leaving the Nest

October 4, 2017

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Dreamers

Dreamers

Autumn Lucas, Co-Editor in Chief

October 4, 2017No Comments

The room is completely black, the throng of people around me grow silent as we watch the black shadows of the stage. Slowly, the lights rise and I see three men walking out; they each take their place...

October Playlist

October 4, 2017

Singing to Success

Singing to Success

October 4, 2017

Don’t Look Over Your Shoulder

Don’t Look Over Your Shoulder

October 4, 2017

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The Official Student Voice of Copper Hills High School
The Official Student Voice of Copper Hills High School