Just A Little Tease


OC Register

With the recent out-break of the Coronavirus, people are worried about traveling far from home. Luckily there are plenty of activities to do just in our backyard.

Abbie Muther, Photojournalist

Spring Break is three weeks away, and students are already getting excited. It is the start of the countdown to summer. The weather is finally warmer, and it’s brighter out longer. But the question still stands, what are students going to do over break?

Some people are out of town for spring break, but that isn’t an option for everyone. Whether your parents work or you have sports, sometimes the vacation must come to you.

Spending spring break at home doesn’t mean that you have to be bored sitting around all day. Staying at home over spring break means that you can catch up on your favorite new show or catch up on sleep that you wouldn’t normally get during school. Spring break can be spent as a time to take care of yourself and give yourself a break. 

If staying inside and watching Netflix isn’t for you, there are plenty of other options. With the nice weather, it gives you the perfect opportunity to go outside and do something. 

A cheap and inexpensive thing to do with your friends and family is have a picnic. It doesn’t have to be anything crazy but going to a park or driving down to the beach gets you out of the house and doing something. 

With the beach only thirty minutes from us, there are many things that you can do. Going down and spending the day at the beach with your friends is one of the best ways to spend spring break. You don’t have to go in the water or build sandcastles to have fun at the beach. You can ride bikes, go have lunch or dinner at a restaurant, go on a hike, and more. 

Over spring break, there are many families that go on trips. Many popular places to visit require you to fly. With the new outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, will trips need to be canceled? Students and families all over look forward to the week off and give the little tease of summer.

Luckily for the people in Yorba Linda, you do not have to travel far or spend a lot of money to have a fun and memorable spring break. The COVID-19 should not stop people from having fun. 

Over the week off, Bri Jones (10) is “excited to spend time with [my] friends. I’m excited to finally go to the beach and spend the day in the sun.” During school, students are busy with homework and extracurricular activities so it can be hard to hang out with friends so spring break gives an opportunity to hang out with friends. 

Spring break gives students a time off from school and gets people excited for summer. It shouldn’t be any less anticipated as usual. It’s just a little summer tease.