Sommer, Sonne, Sonnenschein… We are so excited to see our camp-students in-person this month. Please register soon!
Our Summer Camp Themes:Stem Camp: We are Scientists. Example: Does a lemon conduct electricity?Music. Art & Fun Camp 1: Singing, Dancing and Art Projects (e.g Build your own instrument.)Music, Art & Fun Camp 2: Singing, Dancing and Art Projects (e.g. Build a catapult) Games & Creativity: Creating you own games (e.g. Make your own marble run.)
In Person Outside Summer Camps For Children Ages 5 – 12!We will be able to offer four weeks of in-person OUTSIDE camps in July and the first week of August. Due to COVID-19, camps will look different this summer. We operate with restrictions and precautionary measures that are strongly recommended by the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Guidelines are provided by the state and are required of anyone offering camps this summer. We only allow up to10 children to participate in the camps, please register soon!Please check out the detailed description and regulations of the Summer Camps on our website and register soon!
Please join us in celebrating St. Martin, a European Cultural Event on November 10, 2019.
Lantern Making 3 – 4:30 pm Lantern Making and Soup (VG) with “German Sausage – Sausages from “CharcūtNuvo” @ Atonement Lutheran Church, 685 Inca Parkway, Boulder
Lantern Walk 5 – 5:30 pm Lantern Walk, Story, Singing @ Scott Carpenter Park, 1505 30th St, Boulder, CO 80303 (Scott Carpenter Park parking lot is currently under construction, please allow extra time to get to the event.)
Please register online for the Lantern making event, it will include a delicious vegetarian soup with Sausages ($8 for Adults and Children 4+). The Lantern walk is free, but please still register online so we can plan accordingly.
COAT DRIVE In honor of “Saint Martin” we would like to hold a “Coat Drive”. Drop off new or gently worn and clean coats, November 4 – 15. There will be a suitcase in front of the classrooms. You can also bring a coat to the Saint Martin “Lantern making” at the Atonement Lutheran Church.
Thank you for being part of the Boulder German School Community!
In total, eleven of our children and teenagers passed the IVA (Internationale Vergleichsarbeit) exam. To honor their great accomplishment, we had a small celebration. Irene Mrazek, the German Language Consultant for the Central Agency for German Schools Abroad (Zentralstelle fuer Auslandsschulwesen) in Colorado came to Boulder to hand out the certificates.