To Whom it May Concern~I'm a proud Father of a Coyote Pup~I feel the Value in this wonderful course for the simple fact that We are a part of Nature~. Our very make up is
February 8, 2017 To whom it may concern: My name is Kacy, and my son, Tristan, attends the Coyote Pups Outdoor Preschool at the Coyote Trails School of Nature, in Southern Oregon. I had
September 2016 Dear Coyote Trails School of Nature, Thank you so much for providing excellent instruction to the 5th grade students at Oak Grove Elementary through the Finding Home Program. Your visits to Oak Grove
9-1-2016 To Whom It May Concern, I am writing to express my deep appreciation for the Coyote Trails Outdoor Education Program. Our 5th graders here at Oak Grove Elementary have had the great pleasure of
To Whom It May Concern, 5-28-13 I had the pleasure to have my fifth grade students experience the Coyote Trails program this school year. I teach at a Title 1 school in Medford, Oregon. Due
April 2013" clickOur fourth and seventh grade classes had a wonderful time at Coyote Trails. The instructors were extremely knowledgeable, efficient, and able to work with a variety of age groups. The students are eager
April 2013: "CTSN instructors have been my "go-to" guest instructors in many of the classes that I teach because the lessons they teach are applicable to so many themes: sustainability, team work, communication, trust, persistence.
April 2013: clickDue to lack of time in our schedule to fit in science and art, this program was an essential part of our curriculum. Many of our students do not have the opportunity to
April 2013:”The Coyote Trails School of Nature is truly a unique program dedicated to helping people slow down, be in the moment, open their eyes and minds, and discover their place in the natural world.
(Classes her son took in Summer 2012: 2 sessions of Little Foxes and 2 sessions of Earth Science). "I am very grateful for the scholarship for my son who is 5 now (2012). He continues