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Peoria, AZ
Students enrolled: 1,247
 

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21180 North 87th Avenue
Peoria, AZ 85382

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January 27, 2015
My child is in Kindergarten. My husband & I have been extremely disappointed in the Schools lack of communication with us. Half way through the school year they have decided to send home homework 4 nights a week & then test them on the homework every Friday. This has stressed my 5 year old out. It has really changed the way my child feels about school. I don't mind the homework because I feel it's the only way I actually know what my child is working on. 4 nights of homework & a test every Friday is a little much. I don't understand why they didn't start giving it out at the beginning of the school year like they said they were going to. I have tried volunteering in my child's class. But apparently my child's teacher only wants volunteers that can commit to volunteering every week. They require your child to write using the Spalding method & that method only. That has been challenging for my child because they have been writing the alphabet since they were 3 but apparently the "wrong" way. We have met with my child's teacher to discuss our concerns only to walk away from the meeting felling like we are more out of the loop than we even thought.

- submitted by a parent

November 21, 2014
Coyote Hills is a great place for kids. My child is treated with respect by ALL staff as well as his peers. I have high expectations for my child and hold him accountable for his behavior and academics. From what I've seen, QUALITY parenting and open communication with the staff leads to children having a positive relationship with staff members and a positive experience in school.

- submitted by a parent

November 18, 2014
I have 2 children who have attended Coyote Hills for the last 6 years. I absolutely love the staff at this school and think they are amazing to all staff, parents and students, Peoria Traditional included.

- submitted by a parent

November 17, 2014
So disappointed in our school. We have had Peoria Traditional School move into our building, which is not been any issue at all. It really saddens me when I hear and see the some staff of Coyote Hills (some cafeteria, both librarians, some teachers & administrators) speaking and acting rude to the staff, students and parents of Peoria Traditional. I was always proud of our school, this really upsets me, We are all one district, why the dislike for another school.

- submitted by a parent

May 23, 2014
A child and parent approached the main office to report a valid threat from a student to stab another student. When the Principal, Vice Principle were not available the parent was told "Can it wait until tomorrow." Imagine that.! Sounds like a great school to me. My son and I are now looking to move from this crazy school. We have had problems on the bus with bullying and now to hear this... enough is enough.

- submitted by a parent

May 18, 2014
I have two children at Coyote Hills and couldn't be more thrilled. They are challenged academically and love going to school. Their classroom teachers communicate frequently and provide many opportunities for parent involvement. The administrators know my children by name and greet them frequently. There have been cuts in this district the last few years (change in the gifted program, less support staff, etc.) but that is a state funding issue. I think Coyote Hills does a great job considering they have fewer dollars to work with each year.

- submitted by a parent

September 13, 2013
Coyote hills have amazing teachers like mrs heddings mrs wage mrs demaree and mrs farrow

- submitted by a community member

February 10, 2013
Enrolled my child here on a varience and I am very pleased with the school, and have been since I first stepped onto campus. The front office staff is very friendly and always willing to help. The school principal personally called me about volunteering, and my child's kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Bennett is remarkable! I am a teacher myself and have very high expectations about where my child goes to school and Coyote Hills has meet them in cirriculum, instruction and school policy.

- submitted by a parent

November 28, 2012
I feel sorry for some of the teachers are very dedicated. Others at this school I would not leave them in charge of my cat. I am sorry the Peoria School Distric supports these kind of people it is a HUGE problem as our kids are learning manipulation instead of character as the posters in the school claim to be important.

- submitted by a parent

November 06, 2012
Last year my oldest son had three teachers! A long term sub at the beginning while the "teacher of record" was on maternity leave from the summer. She returned in November and stayed until Christmas break never to return. Rather then bring back the original sub they hired another who changed everything. This year we noticed that each class had 34+ students. I asked Mr. Guiliford, assistant principal, if they were going to hire another teacher. He said they may. I asked him if they had a plan to not displace all those kids who had three different teachers the prior year and he acted like he had no idea what I was talking about. After some reminding he said that they would take that into account. I asked him to please not move my son as I did not want him to have another year with multiple teacher. Guess what... My son has his second teacher this school year along with may of the same kids and they knew about it before we did because Guiliford's son told them. It's easy to say just switch schools, but this is my neighborhood school and my kids have friends here. It's not right to just pick them up and move them. What responsibility does the school have?

- submitted by a parent

March 08, 2012
I have two children in this school in 1st and 3rd grade. They both LOVE their teachers. So far, I have no complaints. I feel they are where they are supposed to be academically. I love the fact that the teachers want you to be involved and have no problem having you in class. I have met some wonderful parents here too. Until we have a problem, I will support this school. Yes, some of the staff isn't very friendly, but you will run into that wherever you go. The principles and the majority of the staff are very friendly and if you are pleasent with them, they will help you out in any way. If you don't like the school, then change schools. That's the nice thing about open enrollment. You have options. I hope the people who are complaining about Coyote Hills find a good school for your children and I sincerely mean that. We will stay and support this school until there is a problem. Hopefully, that will not happen. Thank you to all the great teachers we have had since we've beent here!

- submitted by a parent

March 07, 2012
Horrible! From 2nd to 8th grade I endured this staff's rude behavior. There is some serioulsy manipluative staff here! I agree, get out when you can!

- submitted by a parent

January 24, 2012
My daughter has been going to this school for 5 years now. She is now in 4th grade and has been going since kindergarten. I dont beleive there are really any great things about this school that make it special or stand out in any way. My daughter has been lucky enough to get 2 fantastic teachers, 2 ok teachers, and 1 horrible teacher. I have had discussions with the Vice-Principal on how some of the staff there treat the children. There is an employee that is in the lunch room at lunch time that is horrible with the kids, yells at them and speaks down to them. I have complained about her. There is another staff member there that treats the children and parents badly. I think they staff forgets that it is our tax ollars that pay their salary, and with open enrollment, we really have the opportunity to send our kids to any school. I think they need to step it up when it comes to the way they treat our children and the way they talk to our children. I have complained about this to them before, and have no problem with doing it again. Just like the staff and teachers want to be treated with respect, I want MY child treated with respect.

- submitted by a parent

January 18, 2012
Coyote Hills is run by a very small group of girls (brats) and their parents, forget the administration. If your child is not one of the group you can forget help at the office. Of course the administrationj will say they investigate but not so unless of the parents of the girls. Disciplinbe of students who disrupt is none existent. All they need to do is make something up about the teacher to put the blame on the teacher. Great teachers, terrible adfministration.

- submitted by a parent

May 03, 2011
Coyote Hills has a procedure in place to help document and combat bullying. If you feel that there are repeated negative actions from a child / a group to your child, then go to the website and download a bullying incident form or get one from the front office. Describe what is going on, with whom and when. The situation will be investigated and there will be a record of your concern, as well. If it doesn't seem like it helped, do it again. Staff can't do anything if they don't know what is going on, and sometimes teachers don't realize the severity of something when they are told during teaching time, or coming back to lunch with a whole grade level of kids, etc. Peoria as a district has a common K-8 dismissal for all elementary schools. At Coyote Hills, there are 2 different parent pick-ups at different sides of the school for K-4 kids and 5-8 kids. K-3 kids should either already be on the bus or be in the front of the line waiting for their bus to keep them closer to staff members.

- submitted by a teacher

May 01, 2011
My daughter was bullied at this school and the safety of students at a K-8 common dismissal was a huge concern for me.

- submitted by a parent

November 28, 2010
I would notify the school district in regards to her attitude. What amazes me is they seem to forget WHO is PAYING their salaries. I am so disgusted with with the Peoria School District that I no longer vote yes on ANYTHING they want and I no longer write them a check at the end of the year.

- submitted by a parent

May 08, 2010
There is a tremendous amount of bullying at Coyote Hills as students enter 6th-8th grade. I'm in 7th grade and I've already had 2 kids suspended for asking sexual questions. Not proud of it, (at least we're friends now!) but yeah, it had to be reported to a teacher. We had 3 fights in one day. Parents.....watch out as your student begins 6th grade.

- submitted by a student
no rating
February 25, 2010
Six years too many, do not bring your child to this school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
November 07, 2009
I can't say enough good things about this school. My son started kindergarten there this year. His teacher is amazing and so accommodating. She's so easy to contact when we have questions. We just love her!

- submitted by a parent

September 08, 2009
This has great school. Coyote Hills have had very caring and compassionate teachers. my children have been going to this school for 3 years and I am very pleased with all the staff.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
July 02, 2009
i agree with the 8th graders reveiw if you have anything to ask staff they act as if your bothering them and dont have time for you. besides that its all good

- submitted by a parent
no rating
August 06, 2008
I am a new parent at this school and it seems like the info I am asking for is simple questions yet the seems bothered by my questions. I have NO idea how the procedures go at the school and am asking for help. They need to be a little more welcoming and helpful towards parents. If this is how the treat adults i wonder how they treat children. No impressed yet and school hasnt even started.

- submitted by a parent

March 20, 2008
I am an 8th grade student a this school and its my 5th year. I do have to say there are many positive and negative things about it. The assistant principal Bartels has made many students and parents very uncomfortalbe I have to say. She beleives she has too much authority over us and wants respect. She will not get and respect from anyone until she lightens up. I know at this time, the staff is not too happy with us right now, however I have heard this from parents and students since she has began here. She is completely unapproachable. The school is always encouaraging parents to talk with the office staff if they need help, but they are also unapproachable. It seems as if whenever somebody tries to talk to them, they are being bothered. The library staff is also not at all friendly.

- submitted by a student

February 08, 2008
It's the greatest school that I have ever been to!

- submitted by a student
no rating
February 04, 2008
The school identified a learning disability that was unknown to me before. It was caught early before it could have been detromental to his later education years. Mr. Jewett and Ms. Katsufis worked treamdously hard with my son Dominic and for that I am eternally grateful.

- submitted by a parent

December 02, 2007
It's no wonder that some have labled the current administration as uncaring and non-responsive. While fully competent, the previous admin. excelled at pressing the flesh and kissing babies. This administration may lack some of the political finess but take a look at what matters. The acedemics here are better than ever as Coyote Hills is one of the highest ranking schools in the district. I can't speak for anyone else but I don't need the staff to come out and hug me and hold my hand, I do need them to make sure that all of our children are in a secure environment that promotes learning and that's exactly what they are doing. We should all be thankful that we have an administration that is more concerned with the safety and education of our children than the pampering of a few needy parents.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
October 22, 2007
I love Coyote Hills. My son is a third grader and has only attended 2/3 grade there. His teachers have been wonderful and I absolutely love how they care about him. I have had great experiences with the principals and the special area teachers also. My husband and I are both teachers and we see the benefits of our child attending Coyote Hills!

- submitted by a parent

October 15, 2007
I am a parent that has written a not so satisfied review before. I am here to say that I am happy with the changes in administration this year, so far. The changes were well needed. As for now, I am impressed and I hope other parents are as well.

- submitted by a parent

August 21, 2007
My children have been going to Coyote Hills since it opened. It was such a wonderful atmosphere with the Barrett administration. The parents, teachers, students and administration worked so well together and as a parent...I always felt welcome. I feel the reason that the parent's are not as involved as they used to be is due to the fact that it is a very unwelcome environment. Whenever I go into to the office to pick-up my children for an appointment or drop something off for them, it seems as if I am bothering the office staff. I am very pleased with the education that my children are receiving and still work closely with each of their teacher's, but the feeling that we are a part of the 'Coyote Hills Family' is long gone. It is a shame, it was an excellent school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
July 19, 2007
I stongly agree with other comments about Administration. The new principal should run the school the way it used to be ran back in the good ole days at Coyote HIlls. She should definately make some changes.

- submitted by a parent

July 05, 2007
Coyote Hills is a very good school and the teachers that my children have had are wonderful and very dedicated to their students. I must agree that the staff can be, sometimes unfriendly or unapproachable. The principal in the last 2 years is not the best, but maybe her 3rd year will be the winner. I volunteer, so I spend time at the school and am aware that the school is understaffed, and I don't like that it affects the care of the children.But, my children are getting a good ed. and that is the bottom line.

- submitted by a parent

June 27, 2007
My girls have spent the past 2 years at Coyote Hills Elementary and are continuing there this year. I am very pleased with the education and the teachers at this school. The teachers, administration, office staff, specialists and even the cafeteria staff are always willing to help. They have always had my children's best interest at heart. In respect to parent involvement, I know that parents volunteer regularly and their help is vital to the teachers and office. I would like to see more parents involved in the PTSO and other events where there is little turnout. These are our children and they are worth it! Overall, Coyote Hills is where I want my kids to stay and complete their elementary education!

- submitted by a parent

June 17, 2007
If it weren't for the student council and the NJHS, our school wouldn't be much. We are barely getting by and aren't standing out.

- submitted by a student

May 30, 2007
This was our daughter's first year at Coyote Hills. We soon found out she was academically behind her peers after attending a Charter School last year. Her 2nd grade teacher, Ms. Ramey went above and beyond to help her catch up and Mrs. Birt (the Intervention Specialist) met with our daughter on a regular basis to talk to her about how she was feeling. By the end of the school year she was doing much better academically and loved going to school again! We are grateful to everyone at the school and are looking forward to next year!

- submitted by a parent

May 25, 2007
I, too, am very sad to see the negative opinions of our school! Coyote Hills is, in OUR opinion, a well run school, with teachers who care, staff that is professional and many academic opportunities for our two sons. I love to be an involved parent there, there are so many different ways to be involved. We have received prompt responses from Administration when there have been concerns. Our boys have had positive experiences and not, but that is normal in any school. When we feel there is something alarming, we pursue it, and we get answers. These principals, teachers and staff do a great job for a school this size. Thank you Coyote Hills, you are appreciated!

- submitted by a parent

May 23, 2007
We have been at Coyote Hills for 6 years and I have found that there are some outstanding teachers who really care about the individual students and the class. The original administration with Mr Barrett was very strong and he built a team that consisted of the students, teachers, parents and community. The school is very large and I think we could change the attitudes of the students with the more involvement from the teachers and parents who seem to really care. The administration needs to act not just be present at the school.

- submitted by a parent

May 15, 2007
I was very sad to see such negative reviews posted about our school, staff and principal. I have to say that this has not been my experience at this school.I have volunteered at our school since my kids starting at Coyote Hills 4 years ago, and have seen first hand how hard staff and administration work to accommodate so many kids and their parents.I know that all concerns cannot be dealt with during the school day, however we have teachers/administrators that are great about returning phone calls in the evenings to try to deal with parent concerns.

- submitted by a parent

January 19, 2007
My children have attended Coyote Hills for 4 years. They have had some outstanding teachers! My greatest frustration had been dealing with administration during the last two years. The new principal is very unapproachable and very unaccessible.

- submitted by a parent

September 18, 2006
Very disappointed this will be the third year my children are here at this school. My son has not gained one grade level and is still working on tasks in 6th grade that were mastered in 3rd in a Dysart School. My daughter is below reading level as well entering 1st grade, not gaining anything after 2 years of pre-K and a very disappointing Kindergarten year. This school focuses on test scores and not the student. Very Disappointed.

- submitted by a parent

August 15, 2006
This school is by far the best. My oldest daughter graduated from 8th grade (Coyote Hills)2yrs ago & now attends SMHS. My youngest daughter is now in the 7th with Coyote Hills. I am very impressed with this school. They care about the children & their academics. They tutor when it is needed & they are very good about informing parents about the children s progress & what needs to be done if there is a problem. I have read some of the postings on here & can't believe parents have not been informed about certain things. I think some children need to be held responsible as well if parents are not receiving information. This school is very good about things like that - they also keep copies of everything in the front office.The office staff is awesome!Kind, Caring & always willing to go above and beyond! Great Job Coyote Hills!

- submitted by a parent

August 03, 2006
My son went is in first grade now, but I was really impressed on how well they treated the kindergarteners, and how nice the front office girls are, the principle is very nice expecially Jennifer Woosley. I will be missing her the most, she is moving to another school. I just hope they will have all day kindergarten next school year for my other child.

- submitted by a parent

June 17, 2006
Our children have attended Coyote Hills Elementary School for the last five years. We have had a wonderful experience at the school with both children. The administration has been particularly excellent, and the school is solid academically. We especially like that the school uses the Spaulding phonics method.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
May 28, 2006
This school is pretty good but its getting crowded so there is not a lot of attention towards academic as much.

- submitted by a parent

May 17, 2006
Coyote Hills Elementary School is a wonderful school in so many ways. The school is staffed with extraordinary teachers, who care about their students. They are very intelligent, and the teachers are highly educated (check out their level of degrees completed - if you get a chance). I have personally attended all the field trips that my child went on throughout the past five years. I was extremely impressed with the way they handle all the field trips, and extracurricular activities. The test scores (like AIMS) done at all grade level displays that the teachers are going a magnificent job. We are pleased with all aspects of the school. They have wonderful resources and activities for all age groups. There is a lot of homework given to the students, but they excel because of it.

- submitted by a parent

May 06, 2006
My children were with Deer Vall Unified Schools before attending Coyote Hills. I have seen a big difference. I agree they are learning at least a grade ahead but I feel they lack in so much more. I have never been asked to show my ID to enter the school, I don't hear from the teacher except for an email with scores fm tests, I don't get told anything about field trips etc unless it's the day before or my children tell me. We are moving back to Deer Valley School District soon.

- submitted by a parent

April 15, 2006
I am disappointed in the school system. The lack of communication between the school and parents is horrible. The system to discipline is frustrating. I, personally, was not informed when my son was sent to the Principal's office. The teacher to student ratio is extremely high. Students as young as 10 are expected to change classes throughout the day. The student schedules are confusing, the studends do not change classes with their homeroom classmates, they split up.

- submitted by a parent

December 21, 2005
Our 2 boys have attended Coyote since kindergarten, now 2nd and 4th grade. We have been very impressed with every aspect of the school. The teachers are wonderful and caring, and the administration has always been helpful. I would highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent

October 12, 2005
Coyote Hills has great teachers. My daughter needed some extra help in math. She was tutored by her teacher in the mornings for a couple of weeks. That extra time spend at tutoring really helped her.

- submitted by a parent

September 09, 2005
I visited my granddaughter's classroom this morning. I was pleased to find the children well behaved and such good listeners. I read them several stories from my favorite books and when I finished several of the children thanked me for reading to them. Ms. Arnold is doing a very good job! NaNa ( a Second Gr. teacher)

- submitted by a teacher

July 25, 2005
Great school! Top notch teachers and staff. We are moving and hate to leave such a great learning institution.

- submitted by a parent

July 05, 2005
Most kids are getting lost in the numbers. Teacher don't have time to deal with individuals.

- submitted by a parent

July 05, 2005
My child has attended this school for two years (4th & 5th gr). I am very disappointed. I find the communication between the school and parents at this grade level unacceptable. I must contact the school to know what is going on because no information is provided. I am not aware of any of the extracurricular activities provided that other parents are speaking of here. Maybe they are there but myself or my child never knew how to get involved in them or at what grade level they are offered. Both parents work in our family and rely on the school to provide us with information because we cannot be involved any other way. I get the impression they really don't care. I hear good things about the younger grades but I've not been happy with 4th or 5th.

- submitted by a parent

June 03, 2005
high child to teacher ratio

- submitted by a parent

April 01, 2005
My daughter has been at Coyote Hills for two years, since kindergarten. In my opinion, she has had two of the best teachers, Mrs. Reed and now in 1st grade, Mrs. Hazelwood. These two outstanding teachers have guided my daughter and taught her so much. Their care for the students and willingness to make learning fun and not filled with pressure, has made my daughter absolutely love going to school every morning! Thank you for leaving your 'mark' on her life!

- submitted by a parent

March 25, 2005
My daughter entered Coyote Hills as a 7th grader. We were terribly dissapointed on all levels. Their seems to be an attitude that students cannot handle any homework, any written or oral reports (book reports consist of puppet making, diaramas, etc.), or even answering quiz questions with complete sentences. My daughter feels as if she has regressed to 3rd or 4th grade, even including the work assignments in her art class. I wonder how these children will handle high school when they have to juggle homework in every class and mid-terms for multiples subjects all at the same time. We were also very dissapointed in the poor communication between the school and parents.

- submitted by a parent

January 11, 2005
My two boys attended school at Coyote Hills and now my daughter attends there. I have been very impressed with the knowledge, skills and level of commitment of all the teachers we have come in contact with. In addition, the school provides the students with many extra-curricular activities and classes, such as music, art, PE and all types of sports and other activities. Parents are very involved at this school. They have a strong PTA there with many committed members. The only downside to this school is the very large number of students, in each classroom and schoolwide.

- submitted by a parent

January 09, 2005
This is a great school! I would recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent

July 27, 2004
Coyote has a great PI program and awesome admin.

- submitted by a parent

July 08, 2004
Coyote Hills is awesome. As my child grew from the day it opened, I saw how lucky he was to be at this school. He just finished grade 6 and had Mrs. Haeussler and Mrs. McFarland for Language. They were excellent!

- submitted by a parent
no rating
June 23, 2004
I am extremely impressed by the quality of teachers at Coyote Hills, especially that of the 6th grade teachers!

- submitted by a parent

April 15, 2004
We were new at this school at the beginning of the year. My 3rd grade son had an anxiety (panic) attack the second week. The staff, assist. principal, teacher(s), and intervention specialist were very responsive and supportive as we saught help through a child psychologist. His teacher was kind and professional even when we requested a new classroom teacher to begin again, and the new teacher was phenomenal in her patience and support of my son and his needs as he struggled through the next few weeks and months. It was tempting to pull him out of school because his phobia was so great at first, but thanks to a supportive staff and environment, he is adjusted and thriving in his environment. The intervention specialist is fabulous and always there for students and parents whenever a set-back occurs. My son is back to being an 'A' student! Thank You All!

- submitted by a parent

August 02, 2003
My son is going into 2nd grade and has gone here since kindergarten. We have had two outstanding teachers- Mrs. Conroy for kindergarden and Ms. Deardoff for first. All of my experiences have been positive and we love the school and faculty. Thank you for a caring and loving learning enviroment.

- submitted by a parent

July 06, 2003
My kids have attended this school since it opened it's doors. It's a great school with great teachers. This school is probably top-notch in AZ but when the 'budget cuts' hit our 'future - our kids' all great schools are going to suffer in so many ways that hinder 'our future govt'. What happened to asking the tax payers 'what we think & where cuts should be made & whether we're willing to keep the cuts away from the schools to keep 'our future' safe? Everytime there's a budget cut it seems to hit our schools - Our kids didn't create this deficit. They can't even drive 'alternate fuel' vehicles yet anyway!

- submitted by a community member

May 07, 2003
Both of my kids have attended since the day it opened and I have nothing but good things to say about the school and the staff!

- submitted by a community member

April 29, 2003
My daughter has been in Mrs. Koossman's class this year and it has been a great year. We love Mrs. Koosman she is wonderful and the school is awesome!

- submitted by a community member

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Coyote Hills Elementary School
21180 North 87th Avenue, Peoria, AZ  85382
(623) 412-5225
Last modified Coyote Hills Elementary School is a Public school. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Coyote Hills Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 86 reviews. Top