Students flock to destinations for long break

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Andrew Epp, freshman:

Where are you going for Spring Break?

San Francisco

What activities do you have planned?

I’m going to Six Flags and I’m also going to Half Moon Bay over the break. Also, I have to babysit my sister.

What are you looking forward to the most?

Getting to see my dad’s side of the family.

What are some essentials you will be packing?

I will be taking clothes, my toothbrush, and my computer.

Izzy Gavaza, senior:

Where are you going for Spring Break?

Kauai, Hawaii

What activities do you have planned?

We are going to go do some white water rafting, go on hikes, and probably just chill a whole lot on the beach.

What are you looking forward to the most?

Honestly just being there. Probably the hikes through, I mean Oregon has pretty hikes, but Hawaii’s tops those. I’m looking forward to getting away from Oregon weather, too.

What are some essentials you will be packing?

I’m bringing my GoPro for action shots, a sloth neck pillow, and sunscreen.

Kyle James, sophomore:

Where are you going for Spring Break?

I’m going to Honolulu, Hawaii with the Tualatin High School choir.

What activities do you have planned?

Beach walks, going to Pearl Harbor, going to a luau, and performing at the Aloha Festival.

What are you looking forward to the most?

Relaxing on the beach in our free time.

What are some essentials you will be packing?

Swim trunks, sunglasses, and a neck pillow for the plane.