Date  - Time - Event - Location 





    12/08 - CHS PTSA Meeting - 6:30 PM - CHS MOCR

    12/15 - 12/17 - CHS Semester Exams

    12/20 -  01/13 Winter Break - No School

    01/05 - PTA Council Meeting - 9:30 AM - Bistro

    01/12 - CHS PTSA Meeting - 6:30 PM - CHS MOCR

    01/17 - MLK Day - No School

    01/19 - CHS PTSA After Prom Meeting - 7:00 PM - CHS MOCR


    *MOCR - Main office Conference Room









    CHS PTSA Project Linus



    Project Linus 


    Help us make blankets for Akron Children’s Hospital!  Here’s how you can help. 

    Donate Fleece: 1 yard or 2 yards of fleece material -OR- Donate Blanket Kits from Joann Fabrics. 


    Sign up to Help:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4DAFA623A2FFCF8-chsptsa


    The CHS PTSA will find kids to help put the blankets together. Donations can be dropped off to the CHS Main Office.  All CHS Students are invited to help make blankets while in the Media Center.


    Any questions, please contact 

    Kim Martter at kim.self.martter@gmail.com or 

    Javan Rench at javanrench@gmail.com













    On-line PTSA membership registration




    Our standard paper forms will be in the high school summer mailing and that form can still be used for membership with cash or check.  Follow this link to become a member and pay on-line:






    Once you become a member, sign in to Member Hub to see updated information:




    Need a little assistance navigating the new Member Hub website? Click here for a link to the Member Hub navigation cheat sheet.












    Please become a CHS PTSA Member!



    Thanks to all of you for becoming members of the Copley High School PTSA for the 2020-2021 school year.  As you may know, we have a new system this year called Member Hub.  When entering members, each one needs to be entered with an email address.  For those of you that joined with the paper form and listed one email address but more than one member a second email address was needed.  If I was unable to contact you, I used your student's email address which is their first.last@cfcsindians.org


    All members, please sign in here to our Member Hub page using the email address that you used to join:


    Click here for link to online PTSA registration


    Please update your information by clicking on the "my profile" face icon in the upper right of the page.  From here you can also download your membership card. All members are part of the 2020-2021 CHS PTSA Members Hub which you can locate on the upper row under My Hubs.


    Senior Parents - sign in as above and then click on Join Hubs on the upper row and please join the After Prom Hub for updated information.  





















    • 10 Tips On How To Maintain A Routine of Kindness During Difficult Times Source: Random Acts of Kindness (from CFMS Google Classroom) https://www.randomactsofkindness.org/newsletters/20200406



    • What Every Child Needs for Good Mental Health Source: Mental Health America https://www.mhanational.org/what-every-child-needs-good-mental-health

    • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Source: National Institute of Mental Health https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/child-and-adolescent-mental-health/index.shtml



    • Talking With Your Children About Stress Source: Our Children Magazine (from National PTA) https://ptaourchildren.org/talking-with-your-children-about-stress/

    • I’m So Stressed Out! Fact Sheet Source: National Institute of Mental Health https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/so-stressed-out-fact-sheet/index.shtml

    • Stress Catcher (printable, fortune-teller craft which offers coping strategies to help manage stress) Source: National Institute of Mental Health https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/stress-catcher/index.shtml

    • A De-escalation Exercise for Upset Students Source: Edutopia https://www.edutopia.org/article/de-escalation-exercise-upset-students



    • Local Counseling Resources (from CFMS Counseling Google Classroom) https://docs.google.com/document/d/19g0RD-bm6QTwzjfRI0SVjQb-BJxIfAarJSoRpsGmYs/edit?usp=sharing


    IN CASE OF A MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCY (From the CFMS Counseling Google Classroom) If your child is experiencing an immediate mental health emergency, such as suicidal thoughts or behaviors, please take him or her to a mental health emergency facility for a psychological evaluation. At this evaluation, the professionals working with you will be able to provide a recommended course of action based on their findings. Akron Children's Hospital is the nearest emergency facility that accepts patients 24 hours a day. See the link below for more information. https://www.akronchildrens.org/pages/Psychiatric-Intake-Response-Center.html


    More Emergency Contacts:

    Support Hotline/Suicide Hotline: 330-434-9144

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK

    Text Crisis Text Line: Text - 4hope to 741741

    Tweet The Lifeline: Twitter - @800273TALK

    To anonymously report a threat to student safety to the Copley-Fairlawn School District’s SAFE Schools Tipline Call 1-800-4-1-VOICE Ext. 359




    Hats, Gloves, Coats


    The Copley Outreach Center has hats, gloves and coats available for those in need. Please contact the Center Outreach Center at 330-665-3335 to schedule a time to come pick up items. 



    Copley-Fairlawn Cares


    Copley-Fairlawn City Schools is teaming up with the Copley Outreach Center to offer nutritious meals and snacks for children over the weekend twice a month. There is no cost to participate in the program. Copley-Fairlawn Cares is going on now through the end of the school year. Food is discretely distributed, and any child enrolled in Copley-Fairlawn City Schools can participate. If your child(ren) could benefit from this program, we encourage you to register by completing the opt-in form and returning it to school. Questions or concerns? Please contact Natalee Anderson at 330-664-4913 or natalee.anderson@copley-fairlawn.org



    Copley Outreach Center


    The Copley Outreach Center is the local food pantry helping families in need who live in Copley-Fairlawn. Families can receive help with food, rent/mortgage and utilities. Families can receive food from the Copley Outreach Center in addition to participating in Copley-Fairlawn Cares. Please contact the Center Outreach Center at 330-665-3335 to learn more.