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Locals answer: What do you do on Spring Break?

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Payton Yarbrough, fourth grade

“Easter egg hunts.”

Lydia Yarbrough, kindergarten

“Play outside.”

Madelyn Blandford, fifth grade

“Hang out with friends.”

Lily Marquez, high school freshman

“Sleep! I’m also doing a project last minute before school starts.”

Matthew Hickingbottom, seventh grade

“I like going to the beach.”

Hanna Shea, seventh grade

“A lot of sleep. I sleep in until 12 (noon).”

Payton Louiz, high school sophomore

“I rode horses in the rain, yesterday. We went camping at the beach at Half Moon Bay.”

Posted: Friday, March 28, 2014 12:00 am

Students and families welcomed Spring Break as a time to relax and enjoy the extra hours in their day, spending time on fun activities from short family trips to finding little pieces of enjoyment in Lodi. Some hang out at the library, some see movies and others simply relax while wandering around town.

Children and teens may enjoy the lack of school, while stay-at-home parents may juggle having to keep them all entertained.

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