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Spring is on the minds of students at Harris Elementary in Greenfield, but they%u2019ll have to wait four days to officially begin their spring vacation. School officials say they are counting on using the time productively. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


Greenfield-Central students and their neighbors at Mt. Vernon and Eastern Hancock will be in school next week to make up for days lost to weather-related cancellations. Only Southern Hancock students will begin spring break as scheduled. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — Southern Hancock students are kicking back for the start of a welcome two-week spring break next week. The county’s other three school districts were originally scheduled to do the same, but students will instead be back in class come Monday morning.

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