It’s warming up outside. This spring, students and teachers at school want to quench their thirst with tasty refreshments.
Many delicious liquids and tasty treats come to mind, such as fruit smoothies, juices such as orange and apple, with cranberry as an honorable mention; also, beverages and treats combined, the infamous root beer float.
Junior Ariana Halstead enjoys strawberry or mango-peach smoothies most of all.
“These smoothies are very sweet, and texture of the ice is very cooling” Halstead said.
Sophomore Mackenzie Morgan’s favorite drink to sip in the summer is grapefruit juice.
“I like how strong the flavor is” Morgan said.
Math teacher Ms. Vaughn has a particularly special beverage of choice: the dairy queen lemon lime freeze, a combination of ice cream and a slushy. “They are my favorite!“ Ms. Vaughn said.
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