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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...

V.O.A.U.T. Youth Resource Center

V.O.A.U.T. Youth Resource Center

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

Salt Lake’s Solution For the Homeless Youth The negative stigma about homeless shelters has been changing for the better. New resource centers, dedicated to changing the homeless stigma, have opened up specifically for homeless women, men, and youth.   Volunteers of America, Utah opened u...

What being an Azurette means

What being an Azurette means

Growl Staff

February 24, 2020

From early morning practices to taking home trophies, the Azurettes are a symbol of unity at Copper Hills.   Although their state championship streak is broken, the Grizzly nation is still proud of their hardworking Azurettes. The team overcame many obstacles this season, including a near-s...

How to prepare for the ACT

How to prepare for the ACT

Joselyne Rangel, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

Tips to prepare for this nationwide test   March 3rd is ACT testing for all juniors in high school. There are so many opportunities for you to start preparing for this test right now. Look into all the sites provided for you, pay attention in your core classes which will be preparing you, and...

Unbreakable

Unbreakable

Lainee Miller, Sports Editor

December 31, 2019

The Copper Hills Azurettes have started off their 2019-2020 campaign with a very devastating setback. One of their Captains, Shaela Crespin, broke her collarbone right before the season was about to begin. Not only has drill lost one of their amazing seniors, but Shaela must sit out for most of her se...

It’s More Than Just the Winter Blues

It's More Than Just the Winter Blues

Jessica Virgin, Managing Editor

December 31, 2019

As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, getting up for school gets more and more difficult and before you know it, you’re in a slump. This can turn into seasonal depression, which is a depression that begins when the seasons start to change. Usually, this begins in the fall and continue...

Shelter the Homeless: the Change in the Homeless Community

Amy Russell, Associate Director of the Gail Miller Resource Center

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer

December 31, 2019

The word “homeless” has a bad reputation because of stereotypes. Assumptions about homeless people include that they look dirty, they are drug users, and they don’t have jobs. But in reality, those characteristics only make up a portion of our homeless community.    “Homelessness is an address not an indicat...

PAWS-4-A-CAUSE

PAWS-4-A-CAUSE

Alexa Christensen, Staff Writer

December 31, 2019

Paws 4 A Cause is an annual event where the student body and faculty and staff raises money to help provide Christmas gifts and other needs for our community. Our community consists of those already mentioned as well as alumni and any person or family living in the school’s boundaries.   During Paw...

Just Keep Swimming: A Season for the Books

Just Keep Swimming: A Season for the Books

Hailey Winn, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 31, 2019

"We have a team of 70 kids, but it's not just a team, it's a family. We pick on each other, and we love each other."

On the Go Or Hibernating During the Snow

On the Go Or Hibernating During the Snow

Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager

December 31, 2019

Winter is either one of the most loved or hated seasons, there is usually no in between. Yes, it may be harder to plan activities during the winter because it is very cold, but they are still a lot of fun. Students at Copper Hills High School have a lot of unique winter options that they love to do, s...

Igniting Hope for Grizzlies on the Edge

Igniting Hope for Grizzlies on the Edge

Lainee Miller, Sports Editor

December 31, 2019

Hope Squad is an organization that is based on helping students who are struggling with suicide and mental health, and Copper Hills is one of the schools that has this source for its students.    This organization was started by a man named Dr. Greg Hudnall in 2004 to help reduce suicide...

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