So far the students have been behaving very well... is this because we told them they would have to do 100 push-ups and 100 bench-presses in the enormous weight room if they didn't behave well?
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We've never seen anything like that... it's almost as big as our school
I guess it's right when they say "everything is bigger in America" - imagine doing Ruperti sucht den Superstar in such a big auditorium (for about 1000 people). Everything is so exciting that we had to send emails back home using some of the numerous huge Apple/MACs that are available here.
Working on MACs was easier than trying to work out how to open the lockers... I (Ms Lacoste) hate to admit that, but the boys were better at it than the girls (see photo)... However in the (Bavarian) evening, the girls did a better job at dancing than the boys... (was that so.. I doubt it (Mr. Fenzl)).
We want to apologize to the parents for saying American school were stricter than German ones. The photo speaks for itself... It is not surprising that by 11:00 the students are hungry since their first lesson starts at 7:15 (we get up between 5:15 and 5:30 every day). The other two photos are: Mr Herrman working hard (until about 4 o'clock every day) and then Mr Fenzl and Mr Herrman relaxing with the dogs in the sun (28 degrees... of course not Fahrenheit!) :-)