Actually I'm just wondering what the "format" for coaches is.
Like, if you're up at the mountain with your group or however it's structured, can you talk to other group members and coaches?
Let's say I had Steve for a coach, but I wanted to learn hippy killers, could I talk to you about it and chill with your group if you were teaching the trick to some kids? Or are the groups locked into eachother?
oh ok...how was the intermediate level? like u and ur group were how good? i just want to be in a group simlilar to me so that i can have the best learning environment..i also have friends going so im gonna shred with them some of the time too
2 hoodies with layers underneath will be more than enough. Of course it's Hood so you never know exactly how the weather will turn out, but I would say that on the windiest of days in July I've always been set with one or two T-shirts, a hoodie, and my shell. On a sunny day without wind, I would recommend starting with a t-shirt, hoodie, and shell, but know that you'll most likely be losing layers as the day goes on. A T-shirt and shell without a hoodie will be a good combo because you won't be too warm but you also won't stay soaked if you fall.
As for the sleeping stuff, it's up to you. I think when I was a camper I would bring either a sleeping bag or a couple thin blankets, that's it. The cabins are pretty warm and if you get cold you can just throw on a layer. I always just wadded up a hoodie or something for a pillow. Not the most comfortable but it worked.
You will have a lot of downtime at camp after skiing. My friends and I would skate all the time after coming back from the hill, so I recommend bringing your deck if skating is something you enjoy.
I don't remember how the shop works, but I guess you may want some money for that. Make sure you bring a water bottle so you can avoid spending $3 for a powerade or something in the lodge. And yes, bring cash for the staff sale. I never found myself spending more than a couple hundred at most at Windells, but some campers spend ridiculous amounts.