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Student Council
The Copper Hills student council meets regularly and has worked throughout the year to share the ideas of students with staff in order to improve the culture of the school. They have also worked in conjunction with administration to plan and coordinate a variety of events to encourage inclusion and promote positive inter-group relations. Our student council also helps to coordinate and run community service events throughout the year to promote giving back to our community and helping others (Giving Tree, Canned Food Drive, Kid’s Day, Saint Baldricks, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Etc.).

Canned Food Drive
Student Council and our PTC worked with Clovis Rotary to collect canned food for those in need. Our students brought in over 1800 cans of food this year!

Kid's Day
Student Council sold over $1200 in newspapers to raise money for Valley Children's Hospital!

Giving Tree
Our Student body partners with a Fresno Country school with needy children. We have sponsored over 250 students each year. The gifts provide each student with a warm winter outfit as well as a toy. These gifts are delivered wrapped to the school for the students to enjoy during their Holiday season.

Positivity Project

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Our school is participating in the Positivity Project, a school-wide initiative to help our students develop strong character qualities that will help them in school and in life.  Each week, classroom teachers and school staff will focus on a different character quality/trait and lead daily discussions and activities related to it.  We are excited about the opportunity to provide this valuable character education to our students.

Multicultural Education

Food
Students had the opportunity to create videos explaining an important food, outfit, or tradition from their culture.  They got to explain why the tradition was important and what it meant to them and their families.  These videos were shown to our school community on our weekly announcement videos in class.  
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