Spanish Camp Director: Pete Ducós
“I love having the opportunity to offer my native language and culture to my community. I always tell my students that when someone wants to learn Spanish I am flattered and honored to be asked to help.”
– Pete Ducós
This is the eighth year for Spanish Immersion Camp Director, Pete Ducós. Pete was born in New York City and grew up in Carolina, Puerto Rico and currently resides in Shell Lake. He has worked with area schools to teach Spanish to after school children, and has taught Spanish to adults through individual tutoring and local Community Education programs. Pete’s pride in the Spanish language and culture shows in his attention to detail when he teaches.
In addition, the Immersion camp includes 2-3 additional experienced language educators. These staff members are experienced teachers and most are native speakers from Central and South America. Each excels in creating a comfortable learning environment for language learners of all levels.