by: Shelby Parsons
While it seems like everyone is going somewhere for Spring Break, there are many people staying home. Sophomore Hanah Smith plans on doing absolutely nothing during Spring Break.
Staying home doesn’t necessarily mean not leaving your house. During her Spring Break, sophomore Ashley Hobson plans on going fishing.
It’s not just the students staying home, even English teacher Mrs. Patel is staying home.
“I plan on spending time with my kids and hopefully cleaning my house,” said Patel.
As some plans for other people, Hobson said just to sleep. Smith simply said to go outside.
“Spend time with someone you love. See a good movie or read a good book. You could even go get a pedicure,” said Patel.So during Spring Break, some things to do are: go fishing, spend time with family, see a movie, sleep, get a pedicure, go shopping, clean, read a book, go for a walk in the park, or just don’t do anything.
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