The Grizzly Growl

School Dismissal Extended Until May 1st

School Dismissal Extended Until May 1st

Growl Staff

March 13, 2020

UPDATE: March 23rd, 2020 - Governor Herbert Announces Utah’s K-12 public school's will be dismissed until May 1st   This is an ongoing story, we will provide more information as it becomes available.   March 23rd, 2020- “We recognize that being away from school creates additio...

Dance Culture at Copper Hills

Dance Culture at Copper Hills

Samantha Hooper, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

A culture that brings unity and success through the walls of Copper Hills Dance is a very prevalent culture at Copper Hills High School. We have a large amount of clubs and teams that participate in dance one way or another. Although all teams at this school have a different definition for dance, t...

Sophomore Orientation

Chasity Mayo, Co-Editor In Chief

March 27, 2018

Debaters polish their trophies, theatre students iron their costumes, in fact, every club in the school compiles their flashiest elements to prepare for sophomore orientation. As seniors leave their legacies behind, many clubs are left with a significant decrease in numbers. Sophomores are the easiest targ...

FAQ’s

January 2, 2018

What is the Coverage Cup? The Coverage Cup is an award put on by the Utah College Media Alliance. At the end of the competition it will be given to the high school that covers their chosen topic with the most breadth and depth. What is #CHHSUnity? Unity is our theme for the competition. This ...

Grizzlies Unite

Grizzlies unite just in time for Christmas.

Madelyn Hutchins, Staff Writer

December 5, 2017

The Grizzly nation is gearing up once again for the annual Paws 4 A Cause fundraiser. If you’re new to the school and don’t know what it is, most people would describe it as an organized chaos where money flies around in every direction until the next week when no one has cash left for Chick-Fil-A. ...

Beyond our Boundaries

Beyond our Boundaries

Cassey Ivie and Chasity Mayo

December 5, 2017

“You all know I could care less about birthdays,” the previous debate coach, Scott Odekirk, stated as students stomped into his classroom, snowflakes fluttering off boots and moisture clinging to eyelashes. “They are entirely focused on the individual. But the winter holidays are nothing like that....

In the Face of Racism

Students who have lost their voice in the face of racism are accepted at Copper Hills.

Christina Tran, Managing Editor

December 5, 2017

Weber and Wood Cross High Schools went viral across the country for one similar thing: racism. Five female students from Weber High were seen in a video saying “n*****”. This video caught the attention of the media and even celebrities, including Trey Songz. At Woods Cross High School, students wer...

United Together As One – Nov. 27 Broadcast

United Together As One - Nov. 27 Broadcast

December 4, 2017

Unity section starts at 17:49

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