Spring break (also known as March break, spring vacation, Mid-Term Break, study week, reading week or the Easter holidays in the United Kingdom, United States, and some parts of Canada) is a recess in early spring at universities and schools in various countries around the world.
Other articles related to "spring break, break, spring breaks":
... Special # 1 Viva La Spring Break Part 1 (3/22/06) Bam and the crew head down the east coast to Miami, Florida for Spring Break in two RVs ... Special # 2 Viva La Spring Break Part 2 (3/22/06) Part two of the Spring Break episode ...
... Canada gives a week-long break to its elementary school and secondary school students in the month of March, with the time varying from province to province New Brunswick and Quebec, for example, place their March ... In a 1995 study of Canadian students who had traveled to Florida for spring break, found the key elements of a spring break vacation to include a group holiday with friends traveling and rooming together, a perpetual ... there was a perception that sexual norms are far more permissive on spring break vacation than at home, providing an atmosphere of greater sexual freedom and the opportunity for engaging ...
... Some colleges offer "alternate spring breaks" in which students volunteer community service and charity work during spring break ...
... Spring Break '83 was filmed primarily in Louisiana during October and November 2007 ... also in Park City—showing a teaser of Spring Break '83 ... Circa December 2009, Big Sky Motion Pictures announced "that the directors edit of Spring Break '83 is now locked and the completion of the post ...
Famous quotes containing the words break and/or spring:
“O to break loose, like the chinook
salmon jumping and falling back,
nosing up to the impossible
stone and bone-crushing waterfall”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)
“It is disturbing to discover in oneself these curious revelations of the validity of the Darwinian theory. If it is true that we have sprung from the ape, there are occasions when my own spring appears not to have been very far.”
—Cornelia Otis Skinner (19011979)