A Day to Look Forward to

Ferline Ayo, Reporter

There are a few to several days to look forward to celebrate every year. Some holidays result in taking a day, a few days, or even one to two weeks off from school to spend time at home or go on vacation outside of the city or state. Whether you’re celebrating the holidays with your family and friends or by yourself, it’s always a relief to get a break from school. (Who would want to stay at school all the time?)

According to the “What is your favorite holiday?” poll, the holidays in the fall and winter are the most popular among the 100 CCHS students that were surveyed. As we are fast approaching November, we will soon be face to face with Thanksgiving. Nineteen CCHS students voted Thanksgiving as their favorite holiday among the other five listed.

“My favorite holiday is my birthday on January 20th, because I can,” said John Michael Supangan ’17.

The holiday that resulted with the highest percentage of votes was Christmas with 34 percent and the holiday that received the least amount of votes was New Year’s Day with four percent.

Everyone has their reason or reasons why a specific holiday is their most favorite. The approximate 3/4 of students that did not choose Christmas as their favorite holiday favors Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, and “What are holidays?” (For those who don’t have a particular holiday as their favorite.)

Which of the following holidays is your most favorite?

  • What are holidays?? (100%, 1 Votes)
  • Christmas (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Valentine's Day (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Halloween (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Thanksgiving (0%, 0 Votes)
  • New Years Day (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 1

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