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Rachael Schafer

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Students Thrive Through the Spoken Word

May 24, 2019

Six years ago, Dr. Steve Haslam started the Slam Poetry program at Copper Hills, and from that time, the program has only grown. On May 3rd, Copper Hills put on a workshop attended by three world-renowned...

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WIDA test 2.0

ESL Students Take a Stand Against WIDA Testing

February 28, 2019

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The PLT and NHS clubs were able to provide individuals with disabilities one night of normalcy.

Escaping the Bonds of a Wheelchair

March 1, 2019

The last two years, the PLT and NHS clubs have paired together to put on a dance for special needs individuals at the Bear-O Care Foundation. With all of their work combined, this year they were able to...

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Morgan Madsen (left) supporting Karlie Parrish (right)

The Miracle Worker

February 28, 2019

This year the Copper Hills Theater productions put on the show, “The Miracle Worker”, starting on February 28th and going to the 4th of March. The Miracle Worker is the story of Helen Keller and her...

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Seniors Take Another Win for Their Class in Olympics

February 16, 2019

This year Copper Hills held held the school Olympics on Valentines Day. After a whole week of build-up, the students were ready to unite together as a school in competition. Typically, at this event, there...

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An on-stage Q&A featuring the production crew of Sea of Shadows.

The Vaquita’s SOS Call

February 2, 2019

The Grizzly Growl and CHTV News had the special opportunity to attend Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake on January 31, 2019, and to attend this year’s Audience Pick for Best International Documentary,...

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A group photo including the cast of CHTV News and the crew of the Grizzly Growl, along with Jack Hutton, who was featured in the Sundance film Sea of Shadows.

The Shadows We Create

February 2, 2019

The Sundance Film Festival began in late January, premiering 112 films from filmmakers around the world. Among these is a film called, “Sea of Shadows”, directed by Richard Ladkani. The Sundance...

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Social Awareness Through Art

Social Awareness Through Art

December 17, 2018

Around the halls of Copper Hills, many may have noticed the human-sized sculptures made out of packing tape. Questions have flown around and not everyone is sure of their purpose or meaning. Mrs. Elice...

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What is a Human Life Worth?

What is a Human Life Worth?

December 17, 2018

In 2014, there were 4 million births in the United States, and of those, 275,00 children were born to undocumented citizens. These children are currently citizens because of the 14th amendment, but recently...

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Dancing into the Past

December 11, 2018

As time passes, the styles and traditions of music and style change and are often forgotten or overlooked. This year the dance department made the decision to put on their concert, “Rewind”, rewinding...

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Sterling Scholar, the Development of Our Future Leaders

November 14, 2018

Applying for colleges and scholarships can be taxing, but the Sterling Scholar program can eliminate some of that stress. The goal of the Sterling Scholar program is to highlight student success. These...

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Grizzly Opts Not Making the Grade

Grizzly Opts Not Making the Grade

November 14, 2018

Grizzly Opts is a time to make up any work and get grades up. It is an all-encompassing program for teacher and student. This program was started a few years ago with the hopes that students would improve...

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School Lockout Scare

November 9, 2018

Yesterday and today students and teachers were told to stay in the school as there were potential threats within the community. On both days multiple tips were called in, saying that there was a man in...

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Burning of the CH

Burning of the CH

October 9, 2018

Every September we celebrate the homecoming of Copper Hills students by throwing a parade and holding the burning of the CH later in the night. Through time both have become a Copper Hills tradition. This...

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The Inner Workings of Beauty and the Beast

The Inner Workings of Beauty and the Beast

October 5, 2018

Beauty and the Beast is a tale that many of us have grown up with. Though the story has been told countless times, both in literature and in film, few can comprehend the task that is bringing this classic...

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For most, the school mindset is about eliminating bad habits.

The School Mindset

August 25, 2018

When students come back to school every August they are stuck in the summer vacation mode and lose the mentality and motivation required for school. Every year it gets harder and harder for teens to wake...

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