I made a survey to find out how students would be spending their time off. At spring break, 18 out of 36 or 50% of the people who responded to the survey are not going anywhere and 18 out of 36 or 50% of the people are going somewhere. I know that means for the people staying home it is probably going to be spent playing video games and watching TV. So, I am going to focus on the people going somewhere.
Kyle S. says, “I am going to Las Vegas for an International Karate Tournament called Ozawa Cup. After that, we are staying to have fun for a few days.” Many students are traveling such as Lauren who is going on a road trip to Washington and Becky who is going to check out colleges with her family for her older brother. Others are going to southern California, like Jaden, Liaba, and Justin who are going to San Diego. Eyesha's also hoping to go to Disneyland. Kate and Manelle are also going to see places around California like Hearst Castle and Universal Studios.
Anshul is going somewhere fun on his spring break too, “I am going to Mexico on a Carnival cruise. There are sports like (golf, tennis, swimming), water parks, restaurants, rooms, libraries, computer labs, make your own pizza area, and much more. [The boat] will travel from LA to Mexico and in Mexico we will get out for some hours and then go back on the ship and head back.”
This is Emily’s travel plans for spring break, “My family and I are going to Redwood National Park for my mom's birthday. We were going to stay there for one night.” Shane, Sam, Minerva, Sierra, and Kobi also mentioned spending time with family. Sai said, "I am going to Bakersfield to celebrate my Oldest Uncle's 60th birthday by reanacting their marriage. Plus, I am going to spend a lot of time with them. I have heard that we are going somewhere fun like a theme park."
As for me, I joined my fellow printer pioneers at FMC Technologies and we saw how the ROVs (Remotely operated vehicles) worked and how they are built. They cost around 3.5 million dollars for one small unit. The arms can carry 900 pounds. The units can also go down to 7000 meters under water. Thank you Mrs. Bibayoff for the trip it was really fun.
Have a great Spring Break everybody!