What Teachers and Administrators Have
Said About Cowboy Mike’s Presentation
School in Augusta, GA
This is the second time I have had the pleasure of attending one of your
programs and I must admit, it makes me want to sign up for your course
on the history of the Black Cowboy.
JM---Elementary School in Marietta, GA
We are excited that you will visit us again this year.
The students who heard your presentation last year are still
talking about how much they learned!!
BG---Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas
Just a note to let you know that we appreciated very much your coming to
Sul Ross, and your very special speech to the faculty, students, and
community. I have heard
many fine comments about it. Since I know how well you perform, I was not surprised---just
overjoyed at the reaction.
JB--- Middle School in Wagener, South Carolina
Our student body, as well as our faculty members, thoroughly enjoyed
KS---Elementary School in Augusta, Georgia
We all thoroughly enjoyed your program. Our theme for this Black History Month is that “Justice and
Kindness Paved the Road to Greatness.”
We truly believe that your kindness influenced these young
lives. You are a
What kids Have Said About Cowboy Mike’s Presentation
Thank you for taking time out of your job to come to our school to tell
us about cowboys and their history.
I like the part when you told us about the horse knocking your
CS---1st grade ..Elementary School in North Augusta, South Carolina
Thank you for coming. I
miss you a lot. I hope you can come back.
I hope you get a hors (sic).
KW---4th grade...Elementary School in Marietta, Georgia
I really enjoyed your presentation.
It was so awesome! I
barely knew anything about cowboys, until you came in!
I know everything now.
TL----3rd grade..Elementary School in Hephzibah, Georgia
You did a good job. I want
you to come back again. I like your boots in your Levis, in your
chaps, in your Stetson.
Thank you for coming to our class. I liked the spurs. I liked (it) win you said they wiggd and they giggd. (jingled, jangled, jingled)
A friend----5th grade...Elementary School in Augusta, Georgia
You were dressed just like a cowboy. Everybody was laughing to themselves when you put on those chaps. I wish I could take a trip to where you teach.
FS----3rd grade..Elementary School in Augusta, Georgia
I learned a lot about cowboys from you. I learned that cowboys used bandanas all kinds of ways and I also learned that cowboys give horses water out of their hats. I think every body enjoyed you. I did if any one else didn’t.