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What To Do On Spring Break

Students and teachers at Cypress High School are eager to spend their spring break with their friends and family.
photo by Betty Langrine
Students and teachers at Cypress High School are eager to spend their spring break with their friends and family.

 Spring break offers both students and teachers a chance to recharge their batteries and explore new horizons. There is so much to do sometimes it can be hard to make a decision. Here is a list of great ideas that provide a balance between having fun and relaxing.

 

      During the break students and teachers can embark on fun trips, such as camping and spending time outdoors. Whether it’s exploring new cities, hiking through breathtaking landscapes, or learning about different cultures, traveling broadens horizons, fosters independence, and encourages a deeper understanding of the world. “I plan to meet with family over spring break, but I recommend going outdoors more,” Mr. Inman said.

 

       Traveling can open new doors such as more independence and having a deeper understanding of the world. Students and teachers can also use this time to reflect on their academic and personal goals. It’s a chance to evaluate progress, celebrate achievements, and make adjustments if necessary. Setting new goals during this time can encourage motivation and provide a fresh start upon returning to school. A goal could be to dive into a good book and explore new areas of interest. Reading and exploring new hobbies can not only enhance knowledge but also stimulate creativity and critical thinking skills.

 

      During the break is an ideal opportunity to reconnect with loved ones and strengthen relationships. Everybody can use this time to create lasting memories with family and friends, whether through shared activities, conversations, or simply enjoying each other’s company. Building and nurturing these connections contributes to overall well-being and happiness. “I plan to read a few books and go shopping with friends.” Said Sophomore Charlotte Del Bello. Whether it’s reading, playing an instrument, writing, or engaging in sports, dedicating time to these activities allows for self-expression, stress relief, and personal growth. 

     

     After the demands of school, taking time to rest and relax is crucial for students and teachers alike. Spring break offers a chance to recharge both physically and mentally. Freshman Counselor Ms. Lu suggests everyone to relax because it’s a time period where you don’t have to worry about school and you can wind down and finish second semester strong.” Whether it’s catching up on sleep, practicing mindfulness, or enjoying leisurely activities, rest and relaxation are essential for overall well-being and academic success.

 

      Spring break is also a time for relaxation and rejuvenation. Freshman Paytin Gibson advises everyone to “take time to rejuvenate and get some sleep.” It’s a break from the daily routine and responsibilities. Whether it’s going for a walk, playing games, or simply sitting together and enjoying each other’s company, these moments create a sense of peace and contentment with a loved one.

 

       Don’t forget to take some time for yourself. Engage in activities that bring you joy and allow for self-expression, like painting, playing an instrument, writing, or playing sports. These activities can help relieve stress and contribute to personal growth. But it’s important to remember to rest and recharge during the break both physically and mentally.

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Betty Langrine, Staff Writer
Hi! I joined journalism because I love writing and wanted to try something new. An interesting fact about me is that I like to play or watch football.
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