What are the typical problems facing teens today?
What is wrong with saying, “What’s wrong with teens today?”
How are you better and brighter than your parents’ generation?
How are the troubled students in more trouble than those of your parents’ generation?
When did women get to vote in Canada? The U.S.A.?
Have you ever “Left your campsite better than you found it”?
“Connect the dots.” What does that mean in your school?
How many times could you listen to “You Light Up My Life” by Debby Boon?
Do you know an adult that believes in you more than you believe in yourself?
Do you know someone you believe in more than they believe in themselves?
What is a “Happy Camper”? How can you spot them?
What is the pledge of the “Happy Camper”?
These are all questions people ask in today’s society. The sad thing about these questions is that teens themselves ask these questions because they don’t know what to expect to happen to them. As we watched our last episode of Mark Scharenbroich, we learn the pledge of the Happy Camper in the video. As the audience takes the pledge, we also learn that by being a Happy Camper, we must lead a good path for others to lead as well, by saying this, I mean we aren’t supposed to do EVERYTHING, but we’re supposed to do A LITTLE of everything. By no means are we supposed to leave a mess behind, but pick a little up and leave the rest for someone else to pick up. That’s what I mean when I say ” We aren’t supposed to do EVERYTHING, but we’re supposed to do A LITTLE of everything.” That’s what a Happy Camper is supposed to do, lead, divide and conquer, in a sense.