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LHS Students “Chill” on Snow Day

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Students and staff return after unexpected snow days.

Students and staff return after unexpected snow days.

Nicolas Malm

Nicolas Malm

Students and staff return after unexpected snow days.

Nicolas Malm, Reporter

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As the New Year fell on everyone at LHS entering January, so did the snow. On Thursday January 4, just three days back from Christmas break, a foot of snow blanketed the city, giving students and staff two days off.

Everyone can expect the activities that could ensue on the students’ weekends; however, the activities on their snow days may be different because unlike the weekend, a snow day is unplanned. My fellow students of LHS shared what they did on their snow day. Just what do students do with this unexpected free time?

Most, it appears, clear out all the snow; or at least attempt to, whether that be by shovel or snow blower.

“I usually shovel out my church after the snow storm passes,” said LHS junior Jaydon Kinuthia.

“Went outside and did some shoveling, and are probably going to go out again later on,” added LHS senior Sam DeCarolis.

“I am going to do snow removal at my house” said LHS junior Hunter Jordan.

“I was gonna shovel and use my snow blower, but then I saw it was still snowing” answered LHS senior Gabe Jean Pierre.

That’s a lot of hard labor from the students at LHS. And when they are finished shoveling? Aside from removing snow, another popular activity it seems for the students to do is to take advantage of the free time to catch up on schoolwork.

“I try to finish all my school work” added Jaydon.

“Just catching up on some schoolwork,” echoed Sam.

“I’m sitting here working on my lab” said LHS junior Max Shepherd.

Moving passed the work aspects on a day off, students still find time to “chill” on this snowy day and enjoy themselves.

“I’m just going to be in my pj’s with some snacks and watching movies” said LHS senior Patrick Oopara.

I’ll “try to find some time to play with my siblings,” added Jaydon.

“Watching the news/tv” replied Hunter.

“So I ate breakfast and right now I’m watching movies,” said  LHS senior Gabe Jean Pierre.

No matter the activity, these students found a way to”chillax” through the cold weather.

Nicolas Malm
Students and staff return after unexpected snow days.

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