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Copper Basin Mission
Our Mission as a learning community is to positively impact students by providing a path to success, as measured by State Standards, while instilling respect, perseverance, integrity, and mindfully meeting the needs to the whole child.
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This Week at Copper Basin

Happening this Week:

Change in Game Location


Due to the flooding on the Baseball and Softball Fields at Magma Ranch, our game on Tuesday, August 15th has been changed to a HOME GAME and will be played here at Copper Basin.  Admission to the game still remains the same, $1 per student and $2 per adult. 

If you have any question or concerns, please contact Mr. Navarro.

 Thank You,

Copper Basin

Athletic Department


Tuesday, August 15th ~ Baseball/ Softball vs Magma @ CB ~ 4:30 PM

Tuesday, August 15th ~ PTO Meeting @ 6:00 PM

Wednesday, August 16th ~ Sports Pictures ~ After School

Thursday, August 17th ~ Baseball/Softball vs. Walker Butte @ WB ~ 4:30 PM

Location and Times

Address: 28682 N Main Street
San Tan Valley, AZ 85143

Office Line: 480-888-7500

Fax Line: 480-888-2134

Attendance Line: 480-888-7508

School Office Hours
: 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

 Student Hours: 8:15 am to 3:20 pm
Early Release Days: 8:15 am to 1:00 pm

*ALL payments are to be made with cash, debit/credit cards, and money orders ONLY.*

Copper Basin Support

Thank you to the San Tan Walmart for their donation to help feed our returning 

Thank you to Geno's Pizza in Copper Basin for your donation to our Copper Basin K-8 Staff!!

Message from the Principal

Dear Dust Devil Families and Community,

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year. I hope you had a restful and fun-filled summer. Our building has been full of energy the past few weeks, as new teachers moved into classrooms, and veteran teachers returned. Copper Basin staff is continuing to work very hard, planning and training for the 2017-2018 year. We are all very excited for students to return and fill the school, once again, with excitement and a desire for learning.  

Personally, as Principal of Copper Basin K-8, I am grateful and excited to continue this journey with you. Last year, I had the chance to meet and get to know many of you. My goal is to continue building strong relationships with both new and returning Dust Devil families and students. Thank you for your continued support and dedication to Copper Basin K-8. Most importantly, thank you for allowing us the opportunity to work with your children.

As a parent of two boys, I understand that two very important elements are needed for a great school year, constant communication and strong relationships. Both of these are necessary in order to increase student performance, academic growth, and to promote a positive climate and culture at Copper Basin K-8. Please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or myself with any questions, concerns, or positive experiences.

Throughout the school year, we will offer many opportunities for the members of our community to get involved within the school. We hope to see you at the upcoming activities. If you want to be involved in the events we plan here at Copper Basin K-8 then I invite you to stop by the main office and learn more about our new Parent Teacher Organization.

As our mission states, this year we will continue to focus on positively impacting students by providing a path to success, as measured by State Standards, while instilling respect, perseverance, integrity, and mindfully meeting the needs of the whole child.

Best Regards,

Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson, Principal

The Florence Unified School District is committed to developing future leaders with the character and academic excellence necessary to meet the challenges of life.
            Kids First
            Inspiring students and staff
            Doing our best, striving for excellence
            Setting high expectations for all

            Finding creative solutions for problems
            If educationally sound, it is achievable
            Respect: modeled, earned, and given
            Sharing a rigorous, relevant curriculum
            Trust: earned, to form a true partnership between staff, students, parents, and             community

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