Developed by John Pazdon and Mary Mazur in 2007, Coyote Club is driven by a passion to get children comfortable with the outdoors, into the woods and connected with the environment. This program is a wonderful way to introduce children to nature-based studies, survival skills, native crafts and environmental stewardship. Children involved in nature based education programs often experience a deeper sense of self-respect, self-esteem, and a strengthening of their connections to the natural world
There are countless topics which they will likely introduce over the course of the program. While mother nature will strongly dictate what subjects are best taught for the week, there are a few subjects that make up the “core” of our lessons. Some of these subjects include: animal tracking, bird watching, survival skills, navigation, shelters, etc.
Please pack a snack and water bottle for your child along with weather appropriate clothing.
Deadline to register is TBA.
Session 1: 9/13-11/15. No class 10/11, 11/8
Session 2: 12/6-1/31. No class 12/27
Session 3: 2/14-4/10. No class 2/21, 2/28
Session 4: 4/24-6/12. No class 5/1, 5/22
Who: Students in Grades K-8
Where: Greenland Central School. Meet in the main lobby
For more information and to register, go through Greenland Rec at: http://greenlandrec.com/Registration/Default.asp?n=60512&org=M.M.M.GREENLANDREC.COM