Rather than give in to your own stress and anger, it's better to embrace an attitude of reconnecting with your teen(s). This requires you to be an adult, and not take what they say personally, but rather see the vulnerability inside. You want them to be grateful for all the sacrifices you've made, and you have a better chance of seeing their gratitude if you make an adjustment within yourself.
Here are suggestions to help you get closer to your teen on spring break, or any time.
If spring break is going to be spent at home instead of away, these same suggestions apply. Use the time to reconnect with your teen.
Spring break is an opportunity to take a break with your child, getting to know who they are, and reconnecting with them without the pressures of school activities.