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Mrs. Robyn Yarbrough

Mrs. Robyn Yarbrough has been the principal of Los Coyotes Elementary School since August 2011. She has worked for the Centralia School District since 1998, when she was hired as ...more


Office Manager:
Mrs. JoAnn Tanioka
Health Clerk:
Mrs. June Brede

School Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Office Phone: 714-228-3260 
Fax 714-228-3260
8122 Moody St.
La Palma, CA 90623

Please always check in through the office during school hours; the campus is secured for the children's safety.


Brede, June
Health Clerk
Tanioka, Jo Ann
Office Manager
Yarbrough, Robyn

Honor Roll


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Did you know that you can see this webpage in any language? Please see the flyer below for information.

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Volunteer Application

Below is the link for the volunteer application. These applications have to be filled out every year in order to volunteer at our school. Please make sure to fill it our and return it to our school ...more




Daily Schedule: 

KindergartenMon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 8:05-1:35 pm

Thursday (Minimum Day) 8:05 -1:15 pm

Grades(1/2/3):  Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri. 8:05-1:50 pm

Thursday (Minimum Day) 8:05 -1:30 PM 

Grades(4/5/6):  Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri. 8:05-2:25 pm

Thursday (Minimum Day) 8:05 -1:30 PM


Morning Recess Grades K-3: 10:00-10:15

Morning Recess Grades 4-6: 10:15-10:30

Lunch Schedule:

Grades: 1 & 2 - 11:00am - 11:40am

Grades: K, 3 & 4 - 11:40am - 12:20pm

Grades: 5 & 6 - 12:20pm - 1:00pm




Centralia School District has collected input from stakeholders who have served on the district’s LCAP Committee for the past two years. At this time, we are seeking new LCAP Committee members to replace half of the current stakeholders in an effort to allow new perspectives and input, while retaining half of the existing members to provide the committee with continuity. The committee meets approximately 4-6 times a year, typically between February through June, to receive information from the evaluation of the current plan and to ask questions and provide input on possible modifications to next year’s LCAP prior to it being brought to the Governing Board for adoption in June.

If you are interested in joining this committee, please return the bottom portion of this form by Wednesday, April 5, 2017, to any school office or the district office. Committee members will be chosen by lottery and you will be notified if you have been selected. Thank you for your interest and willingness to be a part of this committee helping to shape our plan for student success.


Curious as to how Centralia compares in the new California School Dashboard? Click HERE to see how we are preparing today's scholars for future excellence.


The California School Dashboard (www.caschooldashboard.org) is an online tool designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools. The Dashboard features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success. The Dashboard is just one step in a series of major shifts in public education, changes that have raised the bar for student learning, transformed testing, and increased the focus on equity. Want to learn more about this new measurement tool? See the video produced by the California Department of Education.




The Centralia School District’s Child Development Programs at Centralia, Danbrook, and San Marino Schools are open and accepting new enrollees for their newly expanded preschool programs.

The Centralia School District was awarded grant funding to offer additional preschool programs to income eligible students ages 3 to 4. This new expansion of the district’s award winning programs increases access for 100 more young scholars to make meaningful connections to learning by providing an optimal learning experience in a safe environment and enhance knowledge and skills to support continual paths of learning.  “Early childhood education is a subject matter that is of great importance to our board and District,” shared Superintendent Norma Martinez.  “With their support, we have been able to expand our early childhood education programs so that more eligible children can have a seat at the classroom table.”

CESD Kindergarten teacher Elizabeth Cruz sees the benefits of the district programs. “Students who have participated in the Centralia District Preschool Program have developed countless skills for school readiness,” she shared. “Student vocabulary is more developed, and students are better equipped to communicate their needs and solve problems. Other skills, such as listening, learning routines, sharing, and working together give them skills that will support success in kindergarten and their entire school career.  Communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking begin with preschool in Centralia.”

Enrollment is open now to children who will be 3 or 4 years of age by September 1st. Child Development Services staff are available to answer eligibility questions and to help enroll families, please contact: (714) 228-3153.

For more information, please see the attached flyers.



Los Coyotes is showing their PRIDE in being an inaugural Silver Medal recipient for their PBIS implementation.

We have  been involved in a school-wide behavior program through the Orange County Department of Education, called the Positive Behavior and Intervention Support (PBIS) Program. This program is aimed at achieving a positive and safe behavioral climate at our school. One of the most important ways to improve behavior is to have clear, specific behavioral and academic expectations that are consistently demonstrated by everyone at the school. At Los Coyotes School we have adopted five simple, yet important school-wide expectations: be Positive, show Respect, have Integrity, be Dependable, and demonstrate Excellence at all times. In order to teach the children these expected behaviors, they are taught, modeled, and reinforced by all Los Coyotes School staff members.

We are honored to be recognized for all the hard work that our staff, students and families have done to be eligible for this acknowledgement. Way to go!




To report a student absence, please call (714) 228-3260 and press option 1.  Please leave the following information:

  • Your student's name
  • Your name
  • Your relationship to the student
  • Reason for the absence
  • Date of absence
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Los Coyotes Dates & Events
27 Monday Morning Assembly - 8:05 AM - Blacktop

Imagination Machine Assembly - MPR

Running Club (2nd/3rd grades only) - 1:50-2:25 PM on track


5th Grade Field Trip - UCI Water Festival

4th Grade Field Trip - Discovery Cube Ocean Quest

Community Forum on Immigrant Rights -8:30AM @ Danbrook School - 320 Danbrook St., Anaheim  & 5:15 PM @ G.B. Miller - 7751 Furman Rd., La Palma

30 Community Forum on Immigrant Rights - 3:30 PM @ Raymond Temple - 7800 Holder, St., Buena Park
3 Monday Morning Assembly - 8:05 AM - Blacktop
6 Healthy Smiles Screenings
7 PTSO Bingo Night - MPR

Monday Morning Assembly - 8:05 AM - Blacktop

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Healthy Smiles sealants

10-28 CAASPP Testing Window

6th Grade Parent meeting - 6:00 PM - MPR

PTSO Meeting - 7:00 PM - MPR

14 Coffee Chat w/ Principal - 8:15 in teachers' lounge
17 Monday Morning Assembly - 8:05 AM - Blacktop
18 Kindergarten field trip to Centennial Farms
21 Fun Friday - 1:00 PM at blacktop
24 Monday Morning Assembly - 8:05 AM - Blacktop



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