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School is out (almost), it’s summer time

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In this picture, there is a human sitting on top of an Elephant; Student Jack Kaye will see wildlife like this when he travels to Tanzania this summer. (Sasint/Pixabay)

In this picture, there is a human sitting on top of an Elephant; Student Jack Kaye will see wildlife like this when he travels to Tanzania this summer. (Sasint/Pixabay)

In this picture, there is a human sitting on top of an Elephant; Student Jack Kaye will see wildlife like this when he travels to Tanzania this summer. (Sasint/Pixabay)

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Weber students are beyond excited for summer. In just over a week, on Friday, June 1, all Weber students will be enjoying their summer.

Throughout the month of May, students have been heard in the halls chatting about their summer plans. Weber junior and soon to be senior Sloane Warner said, “knowing that summer is right around the corner has helped me survive APs and finals [preparation].”

The Weber School’s summer starts in the beginning of June and ends in mid August. Throughout this time, Weber students attend summer camps, travel, take classes and stay home.

Last year, students traveled all over the world. While Adam Cohen traveled to California, Julia Tresh traveled to Costa Rica and Paris. Again, this summer, Weber students will travel to different parts of the world.

 

Jack Kaye

What are you doing this summer?

A: This summer I am going to be working with my dad, hanging out and traveling.

Are you traveling anywhere? If so, why are you going there?

A: Yes, I am going to be traveling over the summer. My family and I are going to Amsterdam and Tanzania for leisure.

Who are you going with?

A: I am going to Amsterdam and Africa with my family and the family of my dad’s best friend. There is going to be about 10 of us on the trip.

Have you been there before?

A: I have not been there before. I am very excited to be going someplace I have never been before.

What do you plan to do in Africa?

A: In Africa, we are going to be going on a safari. We are going to be there for 2 weeks going to different parts of the continent.

What activities do you plan to partake in this summer?

A: Besides traveling, I will be working for my dad and I am also working at a kid’s camp in my neighborhood.

What are you most looking forward to for this summer?

A: I am most looking forward to going to Africa. I think that it is going to be a once in a lifetime experience, and I am very excited to see what other parts of the world are like.

 

Nolan Siegel

What are you doing this summer?

A: This summer, I’ll be a Machon (counselor-in-training) at URJ Camp Coleman for my eighth summer there!

Are you traveling anywhere? If so, why are you going there?

A: Coleman to be a Machon.

Who are you going with?

A: My friends from my years as a full-on camper and campers from Coleman’s First Session will be Machon with me.

Have you been there before?

A: Yes; I was a camper for seven years and return frequently for NFTY-SAR events.

What do you plan to do at camp?

A: I hope to interact with campers and make them feel as at home at Coleman as my Machon and counselors made me feel.

What activities do you plan to partake in this summer?

A: I plan to play frisbee, do arts and crafts, sing during Song Sessions and Services, and hang out with my best friends.

What are you most looking forward to for this summer?

A: I’m excited to go back home to Camp Coleman—after taking a gap summer last summer—to be with my friends and hopefully make differences in campers’ lives.

 

Carly Wohlberg

What are you doing this summer?

A: This summer, I am going to be working at Camp Thunderbird, and I will probably go to the beach.

Are you traveling anywhere? If so, why are you going there?

A: I am traveling to Lake Wylie, South Carolina; I love it.

Who are you going with?

A: I’ll be at camp with many of my best friends.

Have you been there before?

A: Yes! I’ve gone to Camp Thunderbird for seven years.

What do you plan to do at camp?

A: I’m going to be a counselor for the first time. I’ll probably be working at the pool!

What activities do you plan to partake in this summer?

A: I plan on hanging out with friends and swimming in Lake Wylie!

What are you most looking forward to this summer?

A: I’m looking forward to getting to finally sleep in and to be in my favorite place for a whole month!

 

Zoe Starr

What are you doing this summer?

A: This summer I am going on a week long cruise in the Mediterranean. I am then spending a week in Israel. Finally, I am spending two weeks in Michigan.

Zoe will be traveling to the Western Wall with her family this summer. (DEZALB/Pixabay)

Why are you going there?

A: I am traveling to Barcelona where I will go on a cruise. I am traveling to Israel as well as my lake house in Lake Michigan. I am going there to visit family as well as go to the beach while spending time with my family.

Who are you going with?

A: I am going with my family.

Have you been there before?

A: I have never been to the Mediterranean but I have to Israel. I typically go up to my lake house for two weeks in the summer and two weeks in the winter. I have been going up to Michigan for as long as I can remember.

What do you plan to do on the trips?

A: I plan to enjoy exploring the cruise as well as relaxing on the beach in Israel. In Michigan, I am excited to go deep sea fishing and wake board every day.

What activities do you plan to partake in this summer?

A: I am excited to jet ski, wakeboard, go deep sea fishing, mini golf, and just relax on the beach and listen to country music.

What are you most looking forward to this summer?

A: I am most looking forward to spending the summer with my family and friends just having a great time.

 

Micah Bronfman

What are you doing this summer?

A: This summer I’m going to Camp Barney. Barney is a Jewish camp in North Georgia.

Are you traveling anywhere? If so, why are you going there?

A: I am also (maybe) going to Arizona to see the canyons and such.

Who are you going with?

A: For camp, I’m going with everyone else in my unit and to Arizona with my family.

Have you been there before?

A: This will be my seventh year of camp and my second time in Arizona.

What do you plan to do at camp?

A: Hang with the boys.

What are you most looking forward to this summer?

A: This summer I’m most looking forward to camp. This is my final year and I am very excited to spend it with my friends.

 

Isaac Goldman

What are you doing this summer?

A: This summer I plan on doing a pre-college program at Emory for a couple weeks, and I am going to Camp Barney all of July.

Are you traveling anywhere? If so, why are you going there?

A: I’m going to seaside for a week to go to the beach and for a bar mitzvah.

Who are you going with?

A: I’m going with my family and Joey Rubanenko.

Have you been there before?

A: Yes!

What do you plan to do in Seaside?

A: I plan to go to the beach and pool everyday and ride bikes. Also, I’ll eat a lot of food at the food trucks.

What activities do you plan to partake in this summer?

A: I plan on partaking in many sports and nature activities at camp and some lake activities as well.

What are you most looking forward to for this summer?

A: I’m most looking forward to going to camp with all my friends. I’m also ready for a break from school and homework.

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