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Snow Day—finally!

Mia Oppler

Mia Oppler

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We finally got a day off school on Tuesday as a nor’easter blew threw. Although forecasters predicted an enormous snowfall for our area, Spartans woke up slightly disappointed to about four inches of slushy, wet stuff.  Senior Ian Anderegg and his freshman brother, Evan, found out the hard way that this kind of snow is the heaviest and most difficult to shovel. The annual National Cherry Blossom Festival is scheduled to kick off in the District today, whether the blossoms bloom or literally die on the vine because of sub-freezing temperatures.

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