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Bring on the Breaks

Holly Hatcher, News Editor

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As the school year comes to the close, summer isn’t the only break to look forward to. The last three weeks of April will be four-day school weeks, and there will even be two four-day weeks in May.

On April 14th, Good Friday allows students a day off. The following Monday is a bad weather make-up day, and since no days have been missed due to weather so far, there will be no school. Then a staff development day on April 24th provides students with yet another three-day weekend.

The last two weeks of school, including May and June, will be four days long due to Friday, May 26th being another bad weather make-up day and Monday, May 29th being Memorial Day.

Teachers and students alike are excited for the time off before summer break. Mrs. Carlucci stated, “I feel relieved.” She continued, “It gives me a lot of time for planning a Europe trip in the summer.”

Students felt similar, Brooke Gilliam claiming that she loves the upcoming four-day weekend. “It’s two extra days to sleep in, so that’s awesome,” she happily went on.

If weather continues to permit school, there are thirty-three school days left as of Wednesday, April 12th.

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