Another commonly posed question by first-time villagers and their parents is what a normal day at Waldsee is like.
At Waldsee, counselors don’t get old, they simply gain more Erfahrung (experience). This year, Jupp gained his 25th year of experience.
One of the more frequently asked questions from parents sending their kids to camp is what the living conditions are like. While the age of the cabins varies many decades, the basic structure of them is the same.
The staff at Waldsee vary in many ways. Some are in their first year of being a camper, some have been here for decades. All of us have varying interests and talents, but we all share a love for teaching German. Here are a few sentences from everybody summing up who we are and what we do.
On Monday we kicked off the first of our programs at Waldsee for the summer season! The first week of our summer is Familienwoche, or Family Week. Family Week is an opportunity for everyone, regardless of age, to enjoy Waldsee and learn German. On top of having dozens of family members here, we also welcome one-week villagers during Familienwoche.