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March 6, 2006

Thomasville -- Spring is still weeks away, but students and teachers in Thomas County are already on Spring Break.

Although students were afraid it would be too cold this for spring break this early, it looks like the week is off to a great weather start.

Thomas County Central Sophomore Cassie Duncan is spending part of her break babysitting, spending time with friends, and she also plans to visit her families lake house. "We're going to go spend some time skiing and knee boarding and all that good stuff and just relax and have fun," said Cassie.

Both Thomasville city and Thomas County schools have pushed back the date of spring break next year to the first week in April, so the break will actually fall in the spring.

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