ABOUT THE GREEN GUARD
The Coyote Pride Green Guard offers students a unique opportunity to learn and develop basic dance skills using rifles and flags in a rich team environment. The guard performs during football games, parades, and local competitions under the direction of highly trained staff members. Being a member of the guard requires commitment, dedication, and hard work in order to represent the school well during performances.
If you want to become part of a thriving team, make long lasting friendships, develop your dance, teamwork, and leadership skills, this is the program for you! Reach out to your Band Director personally, or submit your contact information using the form on this page.
NEWS & UPDATES
Last month the marching band leadership team dug into the book Culture Code by Daniel Coyle (2018). This incredible book marked the kick-off to the new season and took a deep dive into the secrets of extremely successful groups ranging from comedy troops to the military. Highly successful groups of people do several things in common while building trust, creating solid relationships that withstand the test of time, and drive positive change.
School has been out for 4 weeks but for the Coyote Pride Marching Band it’s a busy season! Summer practice is off to a strong start with Colorguard, Winds, and Drumline rehearsals weekly. It is neat to see new faces mixed among the seasoned veterans who know how necessary and fun these early practices are during the summer months.
The Campo Verde High School Bands held their last concert of the year on Thursday, May 10, featuring performances from the school’s Symphony Orchestra. The bands performed to a full auditorium under the Direction of Director of Bands, Matt Kozacek, Assistant Director of Bands, Taylor Mitchell, and Director of Orchestras, Crystal Payne.