The Sun is Calling
Students are sitting at the edge of their seats waiting for the school year to end. Summer is quickly approaching, and the season ushers in eagerness and excitement; the long, stressful work of the school year is almost over. Summer enjoyment begins with the year ending, so students and staff can jump right in.
This school year has been tough on students with the sudden change with the entry and exit ways, the erratic weather, emergency procedures, and more. Of course, there is still much to do in the remainder of the school year. Finals are typically the last assignments of the year. However, some classes do not have finals, giving students a little relief. Some teachers provide their students with a small party or do easy tasks such as coloring, word searches, and even painting as an end of the year award. In contrast, other classes are still in the final's week rush.
After the school year has ended, students and staff are ready for things such as going on vacation with family and friends. Outdoor activities are always a popular option: camping, hiking, sleeping under the stars, and going to water parks are just to name some. Some visit relatives and old, childhood friends. Some people simply stay at home. There will be those who participate in online classes to graduate earlier or work to save for college during the summer. These exciting summer activities will help give students a break where they do not have to think about school and extracurricular activities.
The end of the school year can be one of the most stressful parts of school for students and teachers. Even though the year was long, everyone survived. After a long, nerve-racking year and months of working at their fullest, students will get the relaxing time they need for themselves.
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