With Thanksgiving out of the way, now is the time for Christmas spirit. A Google form was sent out to NHHS students with questions regarding what they plan to do during their Christmas break.
Kamryn Poe, senior, said, “I plan on playing board games and drinking plenty of hot chocolate this break!”
Mikayla Maloney, senior, replied with, “I plan on spending time with my family and friends! I also can't wait to spend time with my new puppy I am getting for Christmas!”
“Going over to my grandma's house and then my aunt's house,” replied Alexander Trentmann, senior.
NHHS students were questioned on what their favorite thing to do during break is.
Kamryn Poe commented by saying, “I love being with all of my siblings and their spouses during this time. It is a great time for family and an even better time for watching Hallmark movies.”
Ariana Ribera, sophomore, replied with, “Go to bed late and sleep for a long time, not having to get up for school.”
The students were even asked what they did last Christmas break.
Kamryn Poe stated, “The same thing we always do. Play games all break long while sitting in our PJs with Christmas music playing in the background.”
“We went to Christmas at another family member’s house and hung out together,” said Natalie Buchheit, sophomore.
John Liggett, sophomore, responded by saying, “We just go home and have a nice time with family.”
Ariana Ribera said, “We went to Chicago to my mom’s side of the family, then we went to my dad’s side.”
Lastly, a few NHHS students were asked if they have any special memories that they would like to share.
Kamryn Poe stated, “Not really. We have some fun moments, but my family always makes new and exciting memories during these breaks.”
“Not really. All of them are my favorite-- just hanging out with family and laughing and eating a lot,” responded Ariana Ribera.
With the days getting colder and more snow coming in, it’s a great time to stay inside and enjoy a nice cup of hot chocolate. It is also a great time to spend time with your family and share gifts. Have a nice Christmas break, New Haven, and a happy holiday!