Coyote Connection

Desert Sage Elementary - April 2, 2021

Fun with Flat Cody

Thank you to all the families who participated in the Flat Cody activities over spring break. The staff enjoyed seeing many of the pictures students submitted to their teachers and hearing the stories of Flat Cody's Spring Break adventures.

No School April 9th K-8 Students

As a reminder school will be closed on Friday, April 9th. This is an In-service day for Kindergarten through eighth grade teachers.

Kindergarten Registration is Happening Now!

Kindergarten Registration is happening now.

To register your student please go to: The District's New Student Registration Website
Fill out the form
You will need to provide your student's birth certificate, immunization records, and a current bill that is connected to your home (i.e. an electrical bill, gas bill, trash bill, sewer bill, lease agreement, or purchase agreement) to the school.

Once your student is registered and you have provided all of these records for us we will send an invitation for you to sign up for our Kindergarten Meet and Greet.

The Kindergarten Meet and Greet is by invitation only. There will be no open house this year. Please do not wait to register your student we would love to see you at the Meet and Greet.

Feel free to share this with your friends that might have Kindergarten age students that need to be registered.

Bikes, Skateboards and Scooters

As the weather warms up we are seeing more wheels on campus. Please remind your students that for safety all bikes, skateboards and scooters need to be walked while in crosswalks or on school grounds. Thank you for help to keep our students safe.

Cody the Coyote

Congratulations to Ms. Birch's AM Kindergarten class for earning the Cody Coyote award this week. This award is presented to a classroom who does a great job using our Learner Powers throughout the week.


  • Reflect
  • Self-Manage
  • Collaborate
  • Curious
  • Persevere

Reflect

This month we are focusing on our Learner Power Reflect!


To Reflect: to think about and monitor your own learning.


Young children can reflect how they did while completing a simple chore or how they behaved with a sibling.

Older children can reflect on their quality of time spent on homework, or the level of understanding on a tough concept at school.


Be sure to ask your student about our Learner Powers.