This quotes shows up in the very beginning of The Unraveling of Mercy Louis. I was quite happy to find a good quote so soon in a story!
"One day is a slim buffer between six hundred teenagers and summer. Pity the teachers, who themselves have been counting down the days since spring break." The Unraveling of Mercy Louis, by Keija Parssinen
Then again, maybe I'm biased? Approximately 55 school days left for me. Spring break is still two weeks away (two days off)! Is it too soon for a countdown?