Story by Carson Kerlin, Junior Reporter at Eisenhower Elementary
The weather was cold, but it was sunny every day. I know this because I spent my vacation at home. My dad had to work at Hoosier Horse Fair in Indianapolis so we had a “staycation.” My mom thought it would be a nice idea to get my sister and me a goldfish. I named mine Captain Nemo and my sister named hers Gaga. I also drove my granddad’s tractor, had a couple sleepovers and celebrated Easter with a big party.
Other Eisenhower students reported spending their spring breaks in a variety of settings, some taking to the warm, sunny skies of Austin, Texas, while others enjoyed the caves of Cave City, Ky., or the even the snowy ski slopes of Winter Park, Colo.
Now that our break is over, we need to concentrate and work hard the last nine weeks of school. This is Carson Kerlin signing off from StaceyPageOnline.com.
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Watch for Carson’s next article on the Eisenhower Elementary Carnival on Friday, April 26.