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Motto: Where Eagles S.O.A.R. S-Safety O-Organization A-Active Learning R-Respect SUDLERSVILLE A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner ELEMENTARY November 2015 Our Mission: The mission of Sudlersville Elementary School is to educate and enlighten each of our students through an engaging curriculum and high expectations (for behavior and achievement) by dedicated teachers and staff with support of parents and the extended community. Our Vision: A graduate of Queen Anne's County Public Schools will be well-educated, globally competitive and prepared to become a caring, productive citizen of the 21st Century th th Celebrating Upcoming Events November Upcoming Events 11/4...Board of Ed Meeting 11/6...Early Dismissal 11/10...SIT Meeting 11/10Art Galleria @ BOE 11/11PTA Meeting 11/19...Transportation Meeting @ 9:30 @ BOE 11/16 thru 11/20 American Education Week Book Fair by PTA 11/16...PreK and K Parents Visit 11/171st and 2nd grade Parents Visit 11/17PAC Meeting 8:30 am 11/18...Book Fair Parent Night 5:007:00 11/183rd and 4th grade Parents Visit 11/19 & 11/20...Grandparents' Days 11/19 is visitation for PreK, k, 1st grade grandparents. 11/20 is visitation for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade grandparents. 11/21...Dancing w/Stars 11/23...Reporting to Parents 11/24...Reporting to Parents 11/25...Thanksgiving Break Schools closed 11/30...Schools re-open December 12/2...Marking Period Ends TBD FluMist vaccination American Education Week November 16 20 At SES we LOVE our students and our families! Come spend the day with us as we learn, play, and grow! You are invited to visit your child(ren)s classroom(s) and enjoy lunch with them in the cafeteria. To honor the important role Grandparents play in the lives of our students, we have special days for our Grandparents to visit, but you are welcome to join us any day during American Education Week that works with your schedule! Monday, 11/16 ~ PreK & Kindergarten Families Tuesday, 11/17 ~ 1st & 2nd Grade Families Wednesday, 11/18 ~ 3rd & 4th Grade Families Grandparents Days! Thursday, 11/19 ~ Kindergarten, 1st & 4th Friday, 11/20 ~ PreK (Thanksgiving Feast Day), 2nd & 3rd Please refer to the schedule below for the lunch & recess times of each grade level you may wish to visit. PreK Morning Session: 7:30 10:30 PreK Afternoon Session: 12:00 2:30 Kindergarten: Lunch 10:45 11:15 (Recess from 10:00 10:30 and 1:15 1:30) 1st Grade: Lunch 11:45 12:15 (Recess from 10:00 10:15 and 12:15 12:30) 2nd Grade: Lunch 11:00 11:30, Recess 11:30 SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015

Sudlersville Elementary School Celebrates Unity Day On Wednesday, October 7, 2015, Queen Anne's County Public School students celebrated Unity Day. This is a day to speak out about "No Bullying". Students showed their spirit throughout the week by wearing colored t-shirts. Dr. Jay Banks , inspirational speaker from Nashville, TN also spoke to students about showing respect for themselves and others. Additionally, the specialists and the principal took the opportunity to read to classes an anti-bullying-themed story. This was followed up by a brief discussion. On Monday, October 5th, the SES Eagles demonstrated their spirit by wearing orange. The students at SES are pictured joining hands as they celebrate respect for one another. SES also received the state-wide Character Counts Award. Congratulations to students and staff at SES! Left to right: Mrs. Danielle Vacek, technology lab manager, Gunner, 2nd grade student, Elijah, 2nd grade student, Ms. Alma Davis, 2nd grade teacher Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration The Sudlersville community celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month. Students and parents from both Sudlersville Elementary School and Sudlersville Middle School attended a celebration dinner on Friday, October 23rd. Students at each grade level created art work for the celebration. The staff also enjoyed festive attire for the celebration. Wedding Bells are Ringing Pictured left to right: Isabel Gomez, ESOL Tutor and Interpreter Angie Soto, In-home Interventionist, Judy Center Dwanya Alvarez, Title I Parent Coordinator Congratulations to Ms. Eber, now known as Mrs. Hayes! She was married on October 10th in Annapolis. SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Color Fun Run/Walk Event On Friday, October 9th, students and parents from both Sudlersville Elementary School and Sudlersville Middle School participated in their first My Color Run/Walk Event. Mrs. Jeanette Settelmaier organized the event to further support SES's PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) program. The My Color Run/Walk Event featured a 2.5 mile route. Throughout the course participants experienced color splash zones where they were doused in color. This event was fun for all! Danielle Vacek, teacher; Jeanette Settelmaier(organizer) Suzanne Klein, teacher Dulin, student, and Noah, student Cara Fellows, student; Dillon, student; Hannah, student; Makena, student Summer Reading and Math Program Picture left to right: Back Row: Michelle McNeil, Teacher Specialist Michele Hampton, Principal Kerry Kane, Math Specialist Rebecca VanAken, Reading Specialist Second Row: Logan Romin Grace Emily Liam Kaiden Ricardo Not available for the picture: Novella and Alex Third Row: Hannah June Maria Ryan Natalie

Nolan Front Row: Tyler Levi Alex Gracie Dillon Paige Ellyssa Students at Sudlersville Elementary School chose to stay active with reading and math during the summer by participating the "Summer Reading and Math Fun" at SES. Students completed the TENMARK Math Program and were recognized for meeting their goals in math. Students who were engaged in reading this summer and met their goal were recognized. Students who participated received a free book, attended an ice-cream social, and received an Eagle buck. Good job SES Eagles!!! SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Pre-K News It has been a busy two months in Pre-K. We would like to thank all of our parents who were able to be chaperones on our walking field trip to the Sudlersville Fire Department. The children enjoyed meeting Sparky, seeing the fire trucks, and learning about fire safety. In addition, thanks to everyone for all their wonderful help with our Nursery Rhyme Day. This event was a huge success. The kids looked awesome in their costumes and did a great job reciting their Nursery Rhyme. We are at the end of our theme My Family and Friends. Our next theme in Pre-K will be titled Giants. The children will be exploring manmade big things, imaginary big things, and naturemade big things. On Friday, November 20th, we will be having our annual Thanksgiving Feast and Grandparents Day. Please be on the lookout regarding this special event. Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, Nov.19th, Monday, November 23rd and 24th for Pre-K. We look forward to meeting and sharing samples of your childs work with you during the conference. Please continue to check your childs folder nightly for important messages from the school. We want to wish all our families a wonderful Thanksgiving and thank you for your fantastic support in Pre-K! The Pre-K Team Kindergarten News We have recently completed our first unit in our new reading series. The words we are working on, from this unit, are: I, can, the, we, see, a and like. These are words that your child needs to practice reading and writing. The Wednesday Homework has been using these words. You can also look for these words when reading with your child. Remember that reading logs are due at the end of November. If you have misplaced your child's reading log, contact your child's teacher for a new reading log. The first month of homework has gone well. Remember that the homework is to help your child practice topics that have been taught in school. Ask your child questions about the topics on the

homework and help him/her complete the homework with as much independence as possible. Thank you, The Kindergarten Team Grade 1 News It's hard to believe it's already November. We want to thank all the wonderful chaperones that attended our field trip to the Philadelphia Zoo. I think everyone would agree that it was a fantastic day. This trip fit so nicely into our science units about animals and how they meet their needs in their habitats. We will continue to learn about animals and their life cycles. In math we are continuing to learn many different strategies to help us with our addition facts. Continue to practice them at home. In reading, the children have been reading about what makes us special, what makes pets special, and what things friends like to do together. Ask them to tell you about some of the stories we have read. Please, please, please continue to read at home. Their first reading log should have been completed and turned in for the month of October. If you haven't received a new log for November, please contact your child's teacher. Thank you for your continued support. First Grade Teachers SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Grade 2 November News has lots in store for second grade. We will be finishing our introductory science unit, learning place value in math, work hard in reading and continue to improve on our writing skills. Our grade will be doing a Thanksgiving Feast on Friday, November 20th. There will be a planning meeting on Wednesday Nov. 11th at 10:30am if you are interested in helping out. Please look for more information coming home soon. Very cold weather will soon be on its way. Please make sure your child is prepared for outdoor recess with a warm jacket, hats and gloves (labeled with names). Each second grade teacher is teaching small groups in reading each day. Ask your child about what they are reading! Many of our students have had great attendance so far this year. Kudos to them! If your child does need to miss school, please look for makeup work in the H.W. folder and send it back when complete. By the way, our field trip to the Natural History Museum in October was fantastic. The students had many great experiences and learned a lot! Thank you to all our chaperones! Each day in November will be especially packed with learning since it is a short month. Remember to check the school calendar for closings and half days. Happy Thanksgiving! Grade 3 News Fabulous Fall Welcome to the third month

of school! November is going to be a busy month. Just a reminder that we will have a half day on Friday, November 6th, 2015. November 16th begins American Education Week 2015! Grandparents Day will be on Friday, November 20th, 2015. Please make sure to turn in a lunch slip if you or a grandparent plan on eating lunch with your child. Please mark your calendars- the third grade will be taking a field trip to the Md. Science Center in Baltimore on Monday, December 21st, 2015. The permission slips will be handed out at the parent conferences. Multiplication has been introduced to your child and an important component to this skill is practicing the math facts with your child. Multiplication flashcards can be found in many dollar stores for purchase. Children are expected to have these multiplication facts mastered by fourth grade so any practice that can be completed at home would be very helpful. Please make sure that your child continues to read and complete the opinion paragraph writing in the Reading Homework notebook. Opinion writing is a large focus of instruction this year as it is a large component of the common core curriculum! We look forward to seeing you at the parent conferences on Monday, November 21st as well as Tuesday, November 22nd, 2015. In closing from our family to yours we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Grade 4 News Friends: Fourth graders are building friendships. They are doing a great job of working together during recess. Speaking of recess, it is starting to get colder please remember to send your child with a coat. Assessments: Testing is an important part of your child's success. We as teachers are working to limited the testing hours so that we can spend more time teaching. These assessments help us to understand where your child is and how we can help him/her grow as learners. Lessons: We are working with our new McGraw Hill Reading series. The new stories are great to help teach students important skills with fiction and non-fiction texts. In Math we are continuing to push through multiplication. Please practice basic facts at home. In Science we will be studying rock cycles and in Social Studies we will begin a study of Colonial Maryland. cont. next page SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Grade 4 Lots to do: News Grandparents day is coming up. We welcome all parents and family members to visit that week. (See the posted schedule). The holidays are just around the coroner. We will have a holiday celebration at the end of December. Lastly, our next field trip is scheduled for December 18th to the Baltimore Aquarium. Look for field trip forms soon.

Music Here are a few musical reminders for the month November. Upcoming Performance: Winter Concert: Wednesday, December 16th, 6:30 pm Winter Concert performers include the 2nd grade classes, the Winter Chorus (3rd & 4th grade students), and the Winter Recorder Club (4th grade students). 2nd Grade Classes: 2nd Grade classes will begin working on concert music in November. A letter will go home with important concert info at the beginning of November. There will be a part at the bottom of the letter to fill out and return. Winter Chorus (3rd & 4th Grades): Letters have been sent home. We will begin working on our concert music in November. There is still time to bring in the permission form before rehearsals begin. The Winter Chorus is open to all 3rd & 4th grade students who would like to sing and perform in the Winter Concert. The permission form must be returned in order to participate. Winter Recorder Club (4th Grade Only): Letters have been sent home. Space for this group is limited and we are almost full! We will begin working on our concert music in November. There is still time to bring in the permission form before rehearsals begin. Parent Involvement We would like to thank all the parents and guardians who attended our Title I Night on October 1, 2015. Title I Night was full of important information, and we are glad that you are now an informed parent about what is happening at SES. Also, thank you to those awesome fathers that came to the WATCH D.O.G.S. Kickoff Session on October 1, 2015. Mr. Jaime Voshell shared some wonderful experiences as a WATCH D.O.G.S. Dad at SES! If you were not able to attend the WATCH D.O.G.S. Kick- off session, and you are interested please contact us! There are some exciting family events planned for the upcoming months, and we would like to have you be part of the planning. Our next PAC meeting will be on November 17, 2015 at 8:30 am in the cafeteria. Please join us! The parent involvement plan and parent compact has been sent home with your student. We ask that you review it with your child. The parent compact should be returned to school with your signature, and if your student is in 3rd or 4th grade he/she also has to sign it. The parent compact will be discussed by your students teacher during parent conferences. American Education Week and Grandparents Day is happening at SES the third week of November (November 16-20)! Families will have the opportunity to enjoy a school day with their students. Please note, that we will be available in the parent resource room during the American Education Week and Grandparents Day to do volunteer trainings to parents,

guardians, and grandparents. If you plan to attend field trips and/ or participate in any area in our school as a volunteer, you are required to attend a volunteer training for each new school year. Thank you for your support, Mrs. Dwanya Alvarez & Ms. Shannelle Copper Parent Coordinators SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Health Room Fever Facts A fever is considered an increase in body temperature above normal. It is usually the bodys controlled reaction to a virus or bacteria. Studies have shown that a fever can slow down viral and bacterial activity and help the body heal itself. Normal body temperature is 98.6F but it is normal for ones body temperature to fluctuate a little during the day. In Queen Annes County we send children home if they have a temperature of 100F or above. Students must be fever free for 24 hours without the aid of fever reducing medication, in order to return to school. Most fevers are not dangerous but if your child has a chronic illness or disease you should notify your doctor. Seek medical attention right away if your child has a fever and: under 3 months of age fussy or miserable vomiting and or diarrhea and is not drinking very much drowsy, listless and looks sick a rash a stiff neck in pain has trouble breathing sunken eyes, dry mouth and lips not urinating Also contact your doctor if your child has had a fever more than 2 days. You can make your child more comfortable by keeping them in dry comfortable clothing. Offer frequent small drinks such as water, Gatorade, Pedialyte, ginger ale, or popsicles. Do not be alarmed if your child does not want to eat; this is normal. Your pediatrician may recommend a fever reducer such as Acetaminophen or Ibuprophen if over 6 months. Be sure to use the proper form and dosage for your child. When purchasing this type of medicine dont hesitate to have the pharmacist help you. It can be confusing finding the right form of medicine for your child. When administering the medicine note the time given and do not give more often than advised. Overdosing can cause liver and kidney damage. Dont give your child or teenager aspirin; it has been linked to Reye Syndrome. Reye syndrome is a very serious disease some people develop as they are getting over a viral illness such as the flu or chickenpox. Parents you know your children. Whenever in doubt, do not hesitate to notify your doctor. Due to the manufacturers delay in the delivery of FluMist, ALL clinics for school aged children currently scheduled have

been POSTPONED until December. At this time the QAC Department of Health has NO FluMist available. We anticipate having an ample supply of FluMist in early December and will be able to come out to the schools to administer vaccine to the children. Parents will not need to resubmit any paperwork for their child. However if a child is vaccinated prior to the School FluMist clinic we ask that parents notify the nurse at their school to let them know they have received flu vaccine for this year. (Nurses will need to pull those forms so children will not get vaccinated twice) 2015-2016 Queen Annes County Department of Health Seasonal Flu Clinics Dates and Times October 6th - 1:00pm-7:00pm October 13th - 9:00am-1:00pm October 16th - KIHS Mass Flu 2:00pm-8:00pm October 19th - Kent Island Senior Center 8:30am-11:30am October 20th - 1:00pm-7:00pm October 21st - Kent Island Library 10:00am-2:00pm October 23rd - Kent Island Senior Center 9:00am-12:00pm October 27th - 9:00am-1:00pm October 31st - Kent Island Library 10:00am-2:00pm November 3th - 1:00pm-7:00pm November 10th - 9:00am-1:00pm November 17th - 1:00pm-7:00pm November 19th - Kent Island Library 3:00pm-7:00pm November 20th - Sudlersville Senior Center 9:00am-12:00pm November 24th - 9:00am-1:00pm SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Counselors Corner The SES Safety Patrol is on the job! 4th Graders Gustavo Escudero Rosas, Alexis Crabill, Kaleb Tribbitt, Cidney Tribbitt, MaCaelah Huffer, Keegan Cardoza, David Ramirez Chun, Kaiden Minnick, Taylor Thren, Nathan Johnston, Darby Skinner, Sara Reny, and Joshua Kunes are at their posts each morning helping to keep our entryways and hallways safe and respectful. If a Patrol member witnesses a student running, pushing past others, or engaging in any behavior that does not meet our SOAR hallway expectations; they will give the student a verbal reminder about our expected behavior and/or speak to the students Teacher about the behavior. Character Counts! Coaches wanted! Are you looking for a fun, meaningful way to become more regularly involved with the amazing students at SES this year? Consider becoming a Character Coach! Coaches deliver a brief (usually 15-minute) lesson to a class of students once a week based upon the Character Pillar of the Month. Training, resources, and support is provided. Teams of two are also welcome! For more information, please contact Nicole Conner. Coaches are currently needed at ALL grade levels. SES recently received a Maryland School of Character Award for our character education programming. Character Coaches are a cornerstone of this important work, please consider getting involved! Unity Day 2015 and our Rainbow of Unity spirit week was a great success! At SES, we know that students emotional wellbeing goes hand-in-hand

with academic success; so acts of interpersonal aggression, including bullying, are never tolerated. Students were excited to receive the special purple eagle bucks that were given out for acts of kindness and inclusion teachers witnessed throughout the week. Members of the leadership team enjoyed reading stories to our students about getting along and valuing one anothers differences; and everyone enjoyed the funny and informative anti-bullying assembly with Dr. Jay Banks who taught us to be UN-AFRAID (Avoid bullies, Find a Friend, Report bullying, Act confident and make this new confident personality your Identity). Media Center Please check out eBooks. We have a variety of books for students to read. Type in www.mycapstonelibrary. User name: ses and password is read. Again, thank you for participating in the program. Our school earns money when you shop online from over 400 stores. It is easy and all you need to do is go to their website first Select our school and click on the merchant button so that the list of merchant pop up. Then, place your order as you normally do and the merchant will donate a percentage back to our school. If you have any questions please give me a call. Thank you for your support. SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Jokes for the month: Halloween: 1. Before carving a What is the weight of all the pumpkin, guess how Hello everyone! I cant bones in an average human many seeds are inside. stress enough the body? Sort seeds by groups of importance of students One skele-ton. 10 to figure the total knowing basic math facts. What does a vampire amount. How close was Please practice basic teacher give to her your guess? addition, subtraction, and students? 2. When youre done trick multiplication facts with A blood test. or treating, ESTIMATE your children. Make it fun, Thanksgiving: how many treats you be creative! If you need If the Pilgrims were alive have. Then COUNT to some ideas on how to do today, what would they be find out how close your this, see Ms. Kane or your most famous for? estimate was. What is childs teacher. (Their age!) the difference between What do you get if you the two numbers. How Halloween is either just divide the circumference of close was your around the corner or just a pumpkin by its diameter?

estimate? passed. There are tons of (Pumpkin pi!) 3. Count how many houses ways to incorporate math you go to for trick or into your holiday Smile and be happy! treating. Divide it by celebrations. Try some of Until next time... the total amount of these ideas: treats to see Conferences the Parent Teacher average number of McNeil treats each homeMrs. have out. Parent-Teacher conferences will be taking place on November 23 and 24. We are looking forward to meeting with parents to explain the new progress report and to share student work. Due to moving to trimester reporting this year, you will not receive the completed progress report until December. Here are a few parent tips to help make the conference a success: Math Matters Before the conference: Ask your child how he/she feels about school. Ask your child if there is anything that he/she wants you to talk about with his/her teacher. Prepare a list of questions. During the conference: Be on time. Ask the most important questions first. Ask your childs teacher for ways that you can help your child at home. Ask for explanations of anything you dont understand. After the conference: Talk about the conference with your child. Tell your child about any plans you and the teacher have created. Keep in touch with the teacher during the school year. SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 Students of the Month Congratulations to the Students of the Month for the month of October! A big cheer for these students who were recognized for their outstanding behavior!!! Eliezer Gonzales Cifuentes Lucy McMullen Conner Bryant Khloe Thomas AM Pre-K PM Pre-K K Mrs. Dean Mrs. Dean Mrs. Beres K Ms. Landgraf Josiah Hegarty K 1 Mrs. Munson Mrs. Bennett Rachael Voshell 1

Mrs. Chance Christopher Mast 1 Mrs. Darling Samone Hicks 2 Ms. Davis Novella Ferguson 2 Mrs. Embert Thomas Mutchler 2 Mrs. Hayes(aka Ms Eber) Chayse Franklin 2 Mrs. Troyer Elyssa Crossley 3 Mrs. Bildstein Arianna Smith 3 Mrs. Leventhal Madison Sherwood 3 Mrs. Thren John Rochester 4 Mrs. Boulay Keegan Cardoza 4 Mrs. Rosendale RJ Hurtt (September - Emily Marvel) 4 Mrs. Settelmaier (September Levi Cocoran) Gredis Escalante SUDLERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Title 1 School & Judy Center Partner November 2015 The Judy Center Partnership of QAC was pleased to be a part of the Make a Difference Day held on Saturday, October 25th from 10 am to 3 pm at Sudlersville Middle School. We partnered with agencies and community organizations in the county to help meet the needs of individuals, who are homeless, or are at-risk for becoming homeless. The purpose of the day was to ensure individuals had access to many important county services, such as the Workforce Investment Van, dental services, haircutting services, shelter services, birth certificate services, Dept. of Motor Vehicles services, multiple services from the Queen

Annes County Department of Social Services, energy assistance services, health services, immunizations, and much, much more. The Judy Center Partnership of QAC joined forces with the Family Center of QAC to provide childcare, and activities for children, as their families navigated the many service stations set-up for the day. Books, and plush toys were given out to each child that attended with their families. A warm lunch, fruit, dessert, and drinks were offered to all families, volunteer navigators, and community agency staff members throughout the day. Annette DiMaggio was responsible for the delicious lunch. Sudlersville Volunteer Firefighter-Ladies Auxiliary, and Centreville United Methodist Church provided a variety of desserts for the group. Candace Darling of the Dept. of Housing, and Jone Mills Taylor, of the Queen Annes County Department of Social Services led the committee that coordinated the day. Judy Corchiarino, community volunteer provided logistics for vendors of service stations, and the organization of the event to provide a smoothly running event, and day. The Judy Center continues to provide a twice weekly Judy Center Playgroup from 9:00 am 10:30 am at Sudlersville Elementary School every Tuesday and Thursday. Join us and learn social skills strategies to utilize with your child, move to the music, listen to a story, and enjoy a snack and drink, as your child becomes more prepared for school success. Please follow our Facebook page to see what is happening at the Judy Center Playgroup. And dont forget, we are now providing early childhood enrichment home visits for young children in the community, and for children experiencing challenges in Pre-K or Kindergarten. We are also working on plans for an upcoming Meet and Greet scheduled for local childcare providers to help them stay informed about the latest best practices to be used in their childcare setting. Please follow our Facebook page for dates. In November, during American Education week, join us during the Pre-K and Kindergarten Social Emotional Foundations of Early Learning (SEFEL) showcase. Ms. Lori Yarbrough will teach Pre-K and K children a SEFEL based performance to be presented for parents and grandparents during American Education week. Last but not least, we are continuing to enroll children in the Dolly Parton Imagination Library at no charge to a family. All expenses are paid for by the Judy Center Partnership of QAC through donations received from generous donors in the county. Enrollment in the DPIL will enable a child to receive a free age-appropriate book, each month, until they reach the age of five years old. Please call the Judy Center at (410)438-3887 if you want to enroll your child.

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