SOL Showcase Night- A Trail of Excellent Instruction
On November 24th, Cople hosted their annual SOL Showcase. Students began the evening by creating their own trail mix in the cafeteria, before they traveled through the school with their families seeing all the great things that are going on at Cople. The highlight of the evening was the recognition of all students that passed every SOL test last spring. As always it was a wonderful event.
Principal's List and Honor Roll for the First Quarter
Cople continues to recognize the great work of their students. On Friday, November 14th, all fourth and fifth graders that earned honor roll and principal's list were recognized. We are so proud of their hard work.
Cople's Soaring Eagles Club- Week of 11/10
The C.O.P.L.E. E.A.G.L.E.S., Cople’s community problem solvers, are excited to announce the beginning of the Cople’s Soaring Eagles Club. Teachers will be asked to identify one student each week that embodies a Soaring Eagle. Criteria for inclusion in the Soaring Eagle Club includes:
● Keeps work area neat
● Helps to keep the classroom clean
● Cleans up own mess
● Shows school spirit
● Takes part in school events; PTO, AR, Spirit Day…..
● Exhibits Cople Manners
● Shows respect to adults and peers
● Takes pride in school work
● Takes care of school property
● Attends school regularly
● Follows school rules
● Leads by example
Congratulations to all of the Soaring Eagles!
Kindergarten Students are Learning Patterns Through Music
Fourth Grade Flower Projects
Cople's fourth grade recently finished their study of flowers and their parts. At the conclusion of their unit, each fourth grader created a flower model to present to the class. All of the models were required to contain each part of the flower that they learned about in class. Fourth grade science teacher, Mrs. Woodrow, was very proud of their hard work.
Crazy Hat Day!!!
Cople Elementary spent all week raising money for the Heavenly Hats Foundation. They raised over $600 for the foundation. That money will purchase many hats and wigs for children going through cancer treatments. The week was topped off with a fantastic crazy hat assembly!
Cople Students Show their School Spirit at Fall Festival
Cople students, led by the Cople Community Problem Solvers, showed off their "Eagle Pride" at the Montross Fall Festival. A sea of Blue and Gold walked the streets of Montross. The problem solvers lead cheers and shouts throughout the town and everyone soon realized that "Cople Rocks!"
October is Disability History and Awareness Month. The month helps build sensitivity for students with disabilities and encourages educational cultures that nurture safe and inclusive environments for students with disabilities. Bullying is discouraged and respect and appreciation for students with disabilities is encouraged.
Buddies, Not Bullies Poster Contest Winners
Cople's Visit from CBS 6 Meteorologist Carrie Rose
On Tuesday, May 6th Cople Elementary welcomed Carrie Rose from Richmond's CBS 6. Ms. Rose gave an hour long presentation to the fourth grade as well as Miss Yeatman's Special Education class. The presentation was full of great information about weather and gave our fourth graders an opportunity to show off all they have learned in science class this year.
Cople Art Show Winners
Cople's annual Art Show took place on Monday, April 14th. Many Cople families came out to admire the incredible work that Cople students have done throughout the year in Art class. Along with the viewing, judges also selected winners for the art contest. Each winner received a certificate, a small prize, and will have their art work displayed at Cople! Congratulations on your great work!
Cople Students Stand up Against Bullying
In Recognition of Unity Day, the Cople Community Problem Solvers; Buddies, not Bullies, encouraged everyone at Cople to wear orange. Nearly 300 Cople students wore orange to show that they stand up against bullying.
Sponsors For Success
Cople Elementary School's Sponsor for Success, Abundant Life Christian Ministries members arrive with Easter treats for some special students.
Miss Maier's Edible Cells Project
Miss Maier's fifth grade science classes at Cople Elementary School have just finished learning about plant and animal cells. Students made "edible cells" as their final project
Washington & Lee Students Read to Cople Kids
In Support of National Read for the Record Day; athletes from W&L traveled to Cople and shared a great book. Over 30 athletes attended and shared their love of reading with Cople's kids.