Counselors Corner: Cameron Black

CameronThe first day is always the most difficult: expectations are setting in. How will my classes be? Will I make new friends? How are my counselors? However, the first day of SCATS exceeded all expectations; the kids were great, and the morning was very smooth. Our kids were not late for breakfast in the morning, and they showed aptitude for directions: we had very few stragglers going to class. The campers loved their classes, and we had no problems with their behavior. Lunch was another positive experience; the food was great, and the campers interacted well with others, as well as their suite-mates.

In the afternoon, optionals reigned supreme: ten different activities were available, from dodgeball to yoga. The campers enjoyed all of them; I was specifically assigned to the dodgeball area, and we had a blast. The competitive spirit in the campers did not overshadow the amount of fun we had; jokes were abound and enthusiasm was high. The first day at SCATS did not seem like a first time experience for many campers as they all seemed like they were right at home.

 

 

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email