Spring is almost here

Spring break looked like winter this year with piles of snow
Spring break looked like winter this year with piles of snow
Megan Underwood
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Students who stayed at home over break experienced a large amount of snow (Megan Underwood)

With winter coming to an end students are starting to get ready for spring. To kick off the spring season we had spring break. Spring break is an opportunity for students to relax, go on vacations, and catch up on schoolwork. This year our spring break was the last week of March. Our students had a whole week off of school. They spent this time doing all sorts of different things. Some people went on vacations.

“I am going to Florida,” Morgan Peterson said.

I’m going to California with a few friends of mine,” Claire Edison said.

While some students went to warm places like Florida and California over spring break, other students stayed home and got to experience the snow. Since we received snow over Spring Break, it made it a memorable spring break for students who stayed in Minnesota. The snow may have hindered some peoples plans over their break but it was still an appreciated break.

“I just spent time at home and relaxed,” Megan Underwood said.

While some students relaxed and hung out with family others hung out with friends. Students that traveled to other states and countries had some exciting plans while there.

We’re gonna go fishing,” Peterson said. “We’re rent a pontoon just hang out on the beach and play games.”

We’re probably going to go see the sphere, Hoover Dam, some other places and visiting our uncle,” Nash Curtis said.

Students who did not go on trips and spent the break relaxing were faced by some unexpected snow. Minnesota has had less snow than usual this winter and so it was exciting for some when snow finally arrived. Whether they spent spring break visiting family, hanging out with friends, relaxing, or doing homework students certainly kept busy over spring break.

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