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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

Weekly Events

Wednesday, Nov 22-24th ~ No School

Monday, Nov 27th ~ Benchmark Testing Begins

Thursday, Nov 30th ~ Soccer Boys vs. STH ~ 6:30 PM
                                                     @ PBHS

Saturday, Dec 2nd ~ Holiday Parade in Johnson Ranch ~
                                                       10 A

Saturday, Dec 2nd ~ Holiday Festival @ Walker Butte ~ 
                                                        12-2:00 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

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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,

Month after month we are building stronger relationships with existing partners and creating new relationships with members of the school community. It is an exciting time at Copper Basin. We hosted a number of events this past month; a community HOA meeting, soccer parent meeting, monthly PTO meeting, Title 1 math night, Quarter 1 Honor Awards assemblies, and our Monster House fall festival. It is fun to see the buzz in the air at school events.

 Our staff at Copper Basin continue to implement a variety of engagement strategies on a daily basis based on the needs of our students.  Our highly engaged classrooms offer students the opportunity to acquire 21st century skills, while fostering character development with our Positive Behavior Support system. We have created dedicated learning blocks where students receive individualized instruction/intervention based on what they know or what they need to know to ensure they are “prepared for the next step.”  We make it a priority at Copper Basin to offer our students extended or enriched learning opportunities based on their individual needs.

 Please continue to stress the importance of following our four school-wide rules; We are safe, We are respectful, We are responsible, and We are empathetic. Not only do these basic foundational rules help foster a positive school environment, but they encourage positive decision making, responsibility, and respect for others. Our monthly discipline referral numbers clearly show the positive effect these four expectations are having on our school-wide culture. Last year 31 discipline referrals were logged for the month of October. This year we recorded 9 total referrals were logged for the month of October. That is a reduction of 81% compared to the same period of time last year. We are very proud of our staff and students!

 As always, parents/guardians are always welcome at our school.  We view our parents/guardians as equal partners in providing our children with meaningful educational experiences. 


Thank you for your continued support and make it a great month Dust Devils!

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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