Spring break disruptions

Spring break is known for being a time for students to have a break from the day-to-day busyness, but it’s just as much of a break for teachers.

COVID has been affecting the way things work ever since it first started. From holiday plans to regular everyday tasks, the pandemic has changed how people do things. 

Spring break is right around the corner, and it’s a great time to make plans, but with Covid around, time will tell how or if it will affect spring break plans for everybody.

Teachers are just as likely to make plans as students. One Chapman teacher has plans for spring break and isn’t letting COVID get in the way. 

Science teacher Matt Davis explained how COVID has affected his spring break plans. 

I am going to Lake Greenwood during spring break to tube and fish possibly,“ Davis said. “But my in-laws, whom we always go with, will not be coming due to COVID.” 

COVID has affected Davis’s spring break plans, but not enough to get in the way of taking a vacation during spring break.

From cancellations to little adjustments, COVID definitely has been affecting the way people do things, especially when it comes to social gatherings like spring break.