Hi guys! So this weeks blog topic is on the upcoming Koke'e Camp. So this week we are actually going up to do some bonding in Koke'e! I am super excited because during class today we were told some activities we will be doing in Koke'e. We are actually going to be bringing up equipment to Kokee to have competitions. We will also be writing anonymous notes to random people at the end of the day. To make this weekend successful each of the students have to do something very important.
One thing we will have to do is get to know other students we aren’t very comfortable with. For example the new students will have to try to hang out with more of the returning students. I think that the anonymous note writing will be a good activity to get to know other students. I’m not totally sure who determines who we write to, but I guess we sort of have to stalk those 2 people we have to write to. So we want to get to know more people and things about them.
Another thing we need to do is get along with each other. If we don’t get along then we won’t have a good bond with each other and if we are on the same team for STN then the video won’t turn out good or on time. Or if you are a new student like me and you need help with something you have to be comfortable asking the returning students for help. This is also good for bonding with your partner as well.
The last thing we need to do to make this weekend successful is if each of us cooperate and do our fair share of the work. It will help us practice for STN because we will have to work together to complete the video. Plus if we all work together things will run more efficiently. That also means that if we see someone struggling we have to help them. That doesn’t only mean students it means chaperones too. So if you see anyone that needs help with anything just help. After all the theme of our camp is “Ohana Means Family” and in a family you help each other out.
These are some things that the whole class has to do to make this weekend awesome for everyone. I’m sure I will have many pictures to post on my blog after we spend the weekend in Koke'e. Till next time, Bye!