What's Happening at Coopertown

  • Coopertown's First Science Fair

    Coopertown will be hosting it's first science fair on Friday March 2nd from 6:30 - 8 pm. Please click for additional information.

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  • January 15-19 Menu

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  • Congratulations

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2018 Two teams representing Coopertown Elementary School achieved Highest Honors in the recent WordMasters Challenge™—a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 150,000 students annually. The fourth grade team scored an impressive 193 points out of a possible 200 in the first of three meets this year, placing second in the nation. In addition, the third grade team placed seventh nationwide with a score of 182 points.

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  • Coopertown Floor Hockey

    Please click to find link to all information

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  • Coopertown Cares

    At the Coopertown Cares Club's December meeting, the students created holiday cards and snowflake crafts for Aid for Friends. This organization provides food and friendship to homebound individuals in the area.

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  • 2018-2019 School Year Calendar

    Please click to see the 2018-2019 School Year Calendar that was approved at the December 7th School Board Meeting.

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Inside Coopertown

  • Coopertown Elementary School is one of five elementary schools in the School District of Haverford Township.  Coopertown educates students in grades K - 5. 
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Coopertown Info

  • Kindergarten Procedure for 2 hour delay

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  • Healthy Tips to Remember

    How to Stay Healthy: Eat a balanced diet, don't skip breakfast. We all need fuel from our food to keep our immune systems charged up! Drink plenty of water! Get at least 10 hours of sleep every night! Yes, 10 hours! Our growing students need this rest to do their best in school every day. Exercise at least one hour every day! Get out there...get some fresh air! Wash Your Hands! Wash hands before you eat, after using the bathroom, after sneezing, coughing and blowing your nose. When to Stay Home: If you have a Temperature of 100 degrees or above, Vomiting and or Diarrhea. Stay home for 24 hours after the last sympton occurs....without the aide of medication. This gives us time for our bodies to recover and it also prevents the spread of illness.

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