Mrs. Rhonda Schafer, Principal Mr. George Jennings, Assistant Principal Mr. Bryan Archer



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Mrs. Rhonda Schafer, Principal

Mr. George Jennings, Assistant Principal

Mr. Bryan Archer, Athletic Director

Mrs. Kimberly Magness, Director of Guidance

622 W. State Hwy. 46

Spencer, IN 47460

Phone: (812) 829-2266 Fax: (812) 829-6605



2016-2017 School Calendar

2016

Aug.

8

Mon.

First Teacher Day (no students)

Aug.

9

Tues.

First Day for Students

Sept.

5

Mon.

Labor Day (No School)

Oct.

10-14

Mon.-Fri.

Fall Break (No School)

Nov.

23-25

Wed. - Fri.

Thanksgiving Break (No School)

Dec.

Dec.


22

23





No School (unless needed for snow day)

Christmas Break – No school



2017

Jan

4

Wed.

First Day for Students After Christmas Break

Jan.

16

Mon.

Martin Luther King Day (No School /Make-up)*

Feb.

20

Mon.

President’s Day (No school/Make-up)*

March

13-17

Mon.-Fri.

Spring Break (No School)













May

May


May

May


22

23

24



29

Mon.

Tues.


Wed.

Mon.


Last Day for Students - unless make-up snow days needed*

Teacher Records Day(No Students)unless make-up snow days needed*

Department Chair/Grade Chair Work Day* (no students)

Memorial Day (No School)



*If make-up days are necessary due to school cancellation, they will be added in the following order: 12/22, 1/16, 2/20, 5/23, 5/24, 5/25, 5/26, 5/30, 5/31

  • Second Semester Records Day and Department Chair/Grade Chair Work Day would immediately follow any used make-up days after May 22. If school is cancelled a day or days during a grading period, the end of the grading periods will be adjusted. Also the Records Days would be adjusted accordingly.




GRADING PERIODS

TERM

BEGINNING DATE

END DATE

LENGTH

1

August 9, 2016

October 7, 2016

43 Days

2

October 17, 2016

December 21, 2016

45 Days

3

January 4, 2017

March 10, 2017

46 Days

4

March 28, 2017

May 22, 2017

45 Days


wELCOME TO OWEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

The faculty, administration and staff are pleased to present this handbook to our students and parents. You will find the information it contains extremely helpful in planning your year at Owen Valley. We encourage you to become a part of the total school program by being involved in our many school activities. We look forward to working with you during the 2016-17 school year.

The intent of this handbook is to increase the communication between students, parents, and school personnel. The handbook contains a wide variety of information for you to digest. We ask that the student and parent review this handbook together early in the school year, then keep it in a visible and accessible location for ready reference throughout the year.

There are five basic expectations that Owen Valley High School has of its students:

1) Attend school every day possible to learn, interact and grow

2) Be punctual in your class attendance

3) Be responsible for your own behavior

4) Perform to the best of your ability

5) Treat others and yourself with respect.

Our goal is to work with our students, parents and community to provide the best possible education for all. We look forward to working with you to see that this is a most rewarding and enjoyable school year.

Faculty, Staff, and Administration

PHILOSOPHY OF OWEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
The Nature of the Educative Process

It is the philosophy of the administration, faculty and staff of Owen Valley High School that education is a process not contained solely within the walls of a school building. The educational process begins at birth as children explore the world around them and continues throughout life. The years that students spend in school are, however, vital to the learning process, as it is during these years that they obtain skills enabling them to continue learning.

We see education as a three-way relationship among school, students and community. For this relationship to work, all three groups must approach education in a cooperative spirit. In the final analysis, the education that results from this relationship is more than the sum of its parts. The school is composed of certified and support staff, both of whom play vital roles in the educational process. It is here that programs and facilities are provided. Students are the focus of the relationship, and should be seen as active members of that relationship. If the students are not willing partners in the process, education is impossible.

The community, defined as parents of students and the community at large, must also be involved. Parents of students may seem to be more concerned about the school and the educational process, but actually, the entire community’s future may lie in the success or failure of the school.



Corporation Mission Statement

All Spencer-Owen students will learn, achieve, and succeed.



SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

Owen Valley High School educates and empowers all students to meet high standards of learning.



NCA GOAL

All students will achieve in reading comprehension across the curriculum.



SCHOOL COLORS

Red, White, and Blue



SCHOOL MASCOT

Patriot


SCHOOL SONG

(Tune: Ohio State Fight Song)

Hail the mighty Patriots Owen Valley came here to win

Undaunted, brave and true Owen Valley fights to the end.

We will always stand behind Fight, fight, O. V. H. S.

Our own red, white, and blue and march onward to victory.

yea, team, fight,



EQUAL ACCESS

Owen Valley Community High School admits students and gives equal access to its programs and facilities without regard to age, sex, race, color, national origin or ethnic origin, or physical or other disabilities.



DISPLAY OF THE UNITED STATES FLAG and
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE POLICY


Display of United States Flag

The United States Flag shall be displayed in each classroom in the School Corporation.



Pledge of Allegiance

Each building principal shall ensure that a daily opportunity is provided for students of the school corporation to voluntarily recite the Pledge of Allegiance in each classroom or on school grounds. The building principal shall determine the appropriate time when school is in session for the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.

A student is exempt from participation in the Pledge of Allegiance and may not be required to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance if:

a. the student chooses not to participate; or

b. the student’s parent chooses to have the student not participate.

Students who are exempt from reciting the Pledge shall remain standing or sitting, or shall be allowed to step outside the classroom or area while the others recite the pledge and shall make no display that disrupts or distracts other students who are reciting the Pledge.

During the Pledge of Allegiance, students who participate shall stand and recite the Pledge while facing the United States flag with their right hands over their hearts or an appropriate salute if in uniform.

The student code of conduct applies to disruptive behavior during the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in the same manner as provided for other circumstances of such behavior.



The building principal of each building will establish procedures to implement this policy.

SCHOOL HOURS

sCHOOL HOURS ARE 8:00AM- 3:30PM. iF STUDENTS ARE AT SCHOOL PRIOR TO OR AFTER HOURS, THEY MUST BE SUPERVISED BY A SCHOOL OFFICIAL.

Bell schedule



*HandBook Policies are subject to change due to review of current board policy.*

MOMENT OF SILENCE POLICY

In order that the right of each student to the free exercise of religion is guaranteed and the freedom of each student is subject to the least possible coercion from the state either to engage in or refrain from religious observation on school grounds, there shall be a daily observance of a moment of silence in each classroom or on school grounds of each school in the school corporation.

During the moment of silence, the teacher responsible for a classroom shall ensure that all students remain seated or standing and silent during the moment of silence and the students make no distracting display so that each student may, in the exercise of the student’s individual choice, meditate, pray, or engage in any other silent activity that does not interfere with, distract, or impede another student in the exercise of the student’s individual choice.

This “moment of silence” is not intended to be and shall not be conducted as a religious exercise. This policy precludes students from using the occasion to pray audibly or otherwise speak, singly or in unison. Building principals and teachers must not allow or tolerate any coercion or overbearing by anyone to force other students to engage in or refrain from prayer or any other permitted activity under this policy.

The student code of conduct applies to disruptive behavior during a moment of silence in the same manner as provided for in other circumstances of such behavior.

Each building principal shall establish procedures to implement this policy.



GRADING SCALE

The following grading scale will be used at Owen Valley High School. In order to encourage and to reward students who choose to take a more rigorous course of study, Advanced Placement (AP/ACP) courses will be given additional weight in terms of overall Grade Point Average (GPA):



Grade Percent Standard AP/ACP

A+ 97 – 100 4.0 5.0

A 93 – 96 4.0 5.0

A- 90 – 92 3.7 4.7

B+ 87 – 89 3.3 4.3

B 83 – 86 3.0 4.0

B- 80 – 82 2.7 3.7

C+ 77 – 79 2.3 3.3

C 73 – 76 2.0 3.0

C- 70 – 72 1.7 2.7

D+ 67 – 69 1.3 1.3

D 63 – 66 1.0 1.0

D- 60 – 62 0.7 0.7

F 59 & below 0.0 0.0

Please note that this scale is based on the Indiana University grading scale. Plus and minus grades will be recognized on student transcripts and will count toward student GPA configurations.

5.0 Classes

The following is a list of ACP/AP courses offered for the 2016-17 school year:

ALS: Animals Experience in Education EDUC 101

Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Finite Mathematics M118

AP Biology L202 Literature

Honor Physics III Mechanical Drafting & Design

Calculus M211 US History H105

Chemistry II C105/C125 US History H106

Chemistry II, Organic W131 Composition



All Project Lead the Way courses:

Civil Engineering Intro to Engineering Design

Digital Electronics Principles of Biomedical Services

Human Body Systems Principles of Engineering



HONOR ROLL SYSTEM

The honor roll will be prepared by the use of the point system of only full credit subjects. A full credit class meets five times a week for one term or more, and requires an equal amount of time for study. Library, Technology Specialist, and Teacher Assistants will not be used for the Honor Roll. A student must carry at least three (3) full credit courses per term to qualify for the honor roll. Grade point average will be used. Any student with an “INC” will not be eligible for the Honor Roll.



Grade: Points: Grade: Points:

A” Honor Roll Index (3.55 - 4.00) A 4.0 C 2.0

B” Honor Roll Index (3.00 - 3.54) B 3.0 D 1.0

• Take total grade points, then divide by the number of full credit classes (exclude: Phys Ed, Library, etc.). This will equal the grade point average for the grading period. Honor roll will be figured at least every nine (9) weeks.

• AP/ACP courses receive additional weight in terms of overall Grade Point Average, Honor Roll, and Class Rank.

CLASS RANK

A student’s rank in their class is determined by computing their grade point average and ranking the average from highest to lowest.

A grade point average is determined by dividing the total number of grade points (see below) by the total number of credits attempted.

(A) - 4 points (C) - 2 points (F) - 0 points

(B) - 3 points (D) - 1 point

GRADE CARDS

Grade information will be issued following the midpoint (every 4.5 weeks) of the 9-week term with grade cards to follow each 9-week term. The progress reports given at the midpoint of each term should be signed by the parent and returned to the Academy advisor. Grade cards may be retained by the student and need not be returned after each grading period. They are to be taken home to parents to be examined.

Constructive comments by parents are always welcome. Mutual cooperation between the school’s staff and parents is always desirable for the best interest of the student. If a parent would like an additional copy of a student’s grades, they may request one from the guidance office.

VALEDICTORIAN/SALUTATORIAN

The potential valedictorian(s) will be determined at the end of third term. GPA will be monitored throughout and final declaration of the valedictorian(s) will not be announced until all senior grades are posted at the end of fourth term. In the event that there is more than one valedictorian, no salutatorian will be declared. To be eligible for valedictorian or salutatorian, a student must maintain full time enrollment status.

• Courses that are retaken may not count towards an increase in the student’s GPA for valedictorian or salutatorian status.

STUDENT RECORDS

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, passed by Congress in 1974, provides that parents’ rights extend until the student is eighteen years of age, or is enrolled in a post-secondary institution even if he/she has not yet reached his/her eighteenth birthday. An eligible student is one who has reached the age of eighteen or is enrolled in a post-secondary institution.

A. The law requires that schools receiving Federal funds must:

1. Allow the parent or eligible student to review and inspect the student’s record at reasonable times. This rule does not apply to records made and kept by one person, such as a psychologist or social worker, which are not shared with anyone but a substitute for that person.

2. Give the parent or eligible student the chance to challenge the records in a hearing to make sure that they are not misleading or inaccurate.

3. Obtain written permission from the parent or eligible student before revealing the records to other persons.

4. Notify parents or eligible students of their rights under this law.

B. There are some exceptions to rule number 3, above. School personnel may show or turn over records without permission to:

1. Other officials of the same school including teachers.

2. Officials of other schools in which the student seeks or intends to enroll.

3. Certain federal, state and local authorities performing functions authorized by the act.

4. Individuals or organizations in connection with a student’s application for or receiving financial aid.

5. Court or law enforcement officials as permitted by law.

Also, in an emergency, the school may turn over records if failure to do so would probably result in a threat to the subject’s health or safety or those of others.

NON-CUSTODIAL PARENTS

Upon request a non-custodial parent, unless restricted by court order, will be given access to all student report cards, student records, and disciplinary actions. The parent will also be allowed to participate in conferences, classroom visitations, and all other school activities. The student will not be released to the non-custodial parent unless written permission is given by the custodial parent.

A certified copy of a court order restricting the rights of the non-custodial parent shall be provided to the principal should a custodial parent wish to prohibit the distribution of information to, and the school visitations of, the non-custodial parent.

GRaduation REquirements

General Diploma – A parent or counselor may request a student be exempted from the Core 40 curriculum and be required to complete the General Diploma requirements. Following the IC 20-32-4-7,8,9,10 there is a Core 40 Opt-Out Process that must be followed.

Certificate of Achievement – Pursuant to 511 IAC 7-13-3, this document may be awarded to a special education student who is not capable of earning a diploma but who completes the public school educational program prescribed in the student’s IEP.

Certificate of Completion – This term is not mentioned in statute or rule and its use may be determined locally, including situations in which a student completes the minimum courses required for high school graduation but does not meet the Graduation Qualifying Examination requirement. (Students not meeting the GQE requirements and not receiving a waiver will be issued this certificate.)

CORE 40

Each ninth grade student will have a career plan developed in the college/technology preparation curriculum.

Core 40 became Indiana’s required high school curriculum in fall 2007. Students entering high school will be expected to complete Core 40 as a graduation requirement. By providing all Indiana students a balanced sequence of academically rigorous high school courses in the core subjects of English/language arts, mathematics, science and social studies; physical education/health and wellness, and electives including world languages, career/technical, and fine arts, the Core 40 requirements give all our students the opportunity to compete with the best. To graduate with less than Core 40, a student must complete a formal opt-out process involving parental consent. See your counselor for full details.

The graduation requirements listed below will be in place beginning with the Class of 2016.

AREA CREDITS

Language Arts ……………………………………………………………...…………..…………………....8

Mathematics

Algebra I………………………………………………………………………………………………2

Geometry.……………………………………………………………………………………….……2

Algebra II…….………………………………………………………………...……………………..2

*Students must take math or a quantitative reasoning course each year in high school.

Science

Biology I……………………………………………………………………………………...……….2



Chemistry I, Physics I or Int Chem/Physics I………….….………………………………...…....2

Other Core 40 Science…..………………………………………………………………………….2

Social Studies

U.S. History..………………………………………………………………………..………………..2

U.S. Government/Economics……………………………………………….…………………......2

World History & Civilizations or Geography & History of the World……………………………2

Directed Electives……………………………………………………………………..…………………......5

World Languages

Fine Arts

Career and Technical Education

Physical Education…………………….……………………………………………………………………2

Health and Wellness………………………………………………………………………………………..1

*Preparing for College and Careers (Class of 2019)

Electives…….………………………………………………………………………………………………..9

TOTAL CREDITS……….………………………………………………………………………………43**

These credit requirements will ensure that no student graduates with less than a Core 40 Diploma. As of fall of 2011, the minimum college admission requirement for the state’s public four-year universities is the Core 40 diploma.



*Starting with the class of 2019 this course is a required course to graduate from OVHS.

**Starting with the class of 2016 the number of credits needed to graduate with a Core 40 diploma at OVHS is 43

Students and parents/guardians are responsible for making sure that graduation requirements have been met. Information regarding such may be obtained by contacting the student's counselor or the guidance office.

NOTE: Students are eligible to compete for Owen Valley High School academic awards (NHS* and valedictorian/salutatorian awards) by meeting the requirements for Core 40 or meeting requirements for the academic honors diploma.

* Other factors are also considered for National Honor Society.

Core 40 with ACADEMIC HONORS DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS

English 8 credits - These English credits must include literature, composition and speech, but need not be separate courses.



Social Studies 6 credits - The six credits include two in U.S. History, one in U.S. Government, one in Economics, and two in either Geography/History of the World or World History and Civilization.

Mathematics 8 credits - These credits must include Algebra I, geometry, Algebra II, and at least one upper level math course (pre-calculus). If a student takes Algebra I in middle school, the course will count.

Science 6 credits - Must include two (2) credits in biology, plus two credits in either Physics, Chemistry or Integrated Chemistry/Physics, plus two credits in Advanced Biology, Human Anatomy, Physics, Advanced Chemistry, Adv. Life: Animals or Adv. Life: Foods.

Foreign Language 6 credits - The requirement is for six credits in one language or four credits each in two separate languages.

Fine Arts 2 credits - These credits must be in art, music, other art areas or student publications which encompass visual, aural, performing and creative modes of student learning.

Health and Safety 1 credit

*Prep for College & Careers 1 credit

Physical Education 2 credits

Electives The number of electives will vary depending on the foreign language option selected.

TOTAL CREDITS Forty-seven (47) credits are needed



*Starting with the class of 2019 this course is a required course to graduate from OVHS.

No grade lower than a “C” may count toward the academic honors diploma. In subject areas where “honor” courses are available, students are expected to complete these courses rather than lower level courses. The student must earn a grade point average of 3.00 or above and complete one additional requirement of dual credit or AP course work.



Core 40 with technical honors diploma requirements

• Complete all requirements for Core 40

• Complete a career-technical program (related sequence of 8-10 career-technical credits)

• Earn a grade of “C” or above in courses that will count toward the diploma

• Have a grade point average of 3.00 or above

• Complete state recognized certification requirements by completing two of the options below, one of which must be A or B:

A. Take WorkKeys, an industry-driven assessment, and score at or above a designated level on each of the three core readiness subject areas (mathematical reasoning, reading for information, and locating information)

B. Technical, transferable dual high school/college credit courses resulting in 6 college credits

C. Professional career internship or cooperative education

D. A state approved industry recognized certification



ADDITIONAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Diploma – A diploma or a document that includes the word “diploma” may be awarded only to a student who meets all of the following:

  1. State minimum graduation course requirements found in 511 IACC 6-7-6;

  2. local graduation requirements; and

  3. the graduation examination requirement. See IC 20-32-4 for ways to satisfy the graduation examination requirement. Students must pass the ISTEP+ Algebra I and English 10 Graduation Examinations. If they cannot pass the test, students still have two options that would allow them to receive their diploma under rules provided by the State Board of Education.

1. Fulfilling the requirements of the Evidence-based Waiver:

  • Take the graduation examination (ECA) in each subject area (Algebra I and/or English 10) in which the student did not achieve a passing score at least one time each year after the school year in which the student first took the examination.

  • Complete help sessions offered each year by the school in preparation for the graduation examination retest opportunities.

  • Maintain a school attendance rate of 95% or better over the course of the high school experience (excused absences are not counted against a student’s attendance rate.)

  • Maintain a grade point average of “C” or better in the courses required for graduation (a total of 34 credits).

  • Obtain a written recommendation from a teacher of the student in the subject area(s) not passed. The recommendation must provide documentation that the academic standards have been met, either through other tests or classroom work and must be agreed upon by the principal.

  1. Fulfilling the requirements of the Work Readiness Waiver: (CCC decision)

  • Take the graduation examination in each subject area (Algebra I and/or English 10) in which the student did not achieve a passing score at least one time each year after the school year in which the student first took the examination.

  • Complete help sessions offered each year by the school in preparation for the graduation examination retest opportunities.

  • Maintain a school attendance rate of 95% or better over the course of the high school experience (excused absences are not counted against a student’s attendance rate.)

  • Maintain a grade point average of “C” or better in the courses required for graduation (a total of 34 credits).

  • Satisfy local graduation requirements.

  • Complete all the following:

    • Meet the course and credit requirements for a General Diploma (including the career academic sequence);

    • Complete a workforce readiness assessment; and

    • One industry certification from the State Board’s approved industry certification list.

Physical Education Waiver Information

Physical Education 1(L) 3542

Prerequisite: None Grade: 9 Credits: one semester, one (1) credit

Fulfills part of the Physical Education requirement for all diplomas

Description: Physical Education 1 focuses on instructional strategies through planned, sequential, and comprehensive physical education curriculum which provide students with opportunities to actively participate in at least four of the following: team sports; dual sport activities; individual physical activities; outdoor pursuits; self-defense and martial arts; aquatics; gymnastics; and dance, all which are within the framework of lifetime physical activities and fitness. Ongoing assessment includes both written and performance-based skill evaluation. Individual assessments may be modified for individuals with disabilities, in addition to those with IEP’s and 504 plans (e.g. chronic illnesses, temporary injuries, obesity, etc.). See 511 IAC 7-27-9, 7-27-11.-Recommended Grade Level: 9-12


  • Recommended Prerequisites: Grade 8 Physical Education

  • Credits: 1 per semester

  • Fulfills part of the Physical Education requirement for the General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors and Core 40 with Technical Honors diplomas

  • Recommended: Classes are co-educational unless the activity involves bodily contact or groupings based on an objective standard of individual performance developed and applied without regard to gender.

  • Adapted physical education must be offered, as needed, in the least restricted environment and must be based upon an individual assessment.

  • As a designated laboratory course, 25% of course time must be spent in activity

Physical Education II (L) 3544

Physical Education II focuses on instructional strategies through planned, sequential, and comprehensive physical education curriculum which provide students with opportunities to actively participate in at least four of the following that were not in Physical Education I: team sports; dual sport activities; individual physical activities; outdoor pursuits; self-defense and martial arts; aquatics; gymnastics; and dance, all which are within the framework of lifetime physical activities and fitness. Ongoing assessment includes both written and performance-based skill evaluation. Individual assessments may be modified for individuals with disabilities, in addition to those with IEP’s and 504 plans (e.g. chronic illnesses, temporary injuries, obesity, etc.). See 511 IAC 7-27-9, 7-27-11.



  • Recommended Grade Level: 9-12

  • Recommended Prerequisites: Physical Education I

  • Credits: 1 per semester

  • Fulfills part of the Physical Education requirement for the General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors and Core 40 with Technical Honors diplomas

  • Recommended: Classes are co-educational unless the activity involves bodily contact or groupings based on an objective standard of individual performance developed and applied without regard to gender.

  • Adapted physical education must be offered, as needed, in the least restricted environment and must be based upon an individual assessment.

  • As a designated laboratory course, 25% of course time must be spent in activity

Physical Education II has an alternate Waiver program that can be completed for a PE II credit. The student must participate in an IHSAA sport or Marching Band or 1 school year of JROTC and complete the requirements of the Waiver. Please see below for waiver details:

1. Students must complete the IHSAA athletic activity or marching band or JROTC for the PE credit waiver before the start of their junior year.

2. Students may earn only their PE II credit using the PE credit waiver application process.

3. Only one (1) total PE II credit can be earned using the alternative waiver process.

4. Students must apply for the waiver credit. Credit will be issued at the end of the season.

5. PE will not appear on a student’s schedule and therefore cannot count towards the five required credits for IHSAA athletic eligibility.

6. PE credits will be recorded on transcripts and will affect honor roll, GPA, and class rank.

Procedures

1. During the scheduling process during their 9th grade year students will inform the counselor that he/she wants to use participation in athletics or marching band or JROTC to receive credit for PE.

2. The counselor will give the student a PE Credit Waiver Application.

3. The student and parent will complete and submit the PE Credit Waiver Application to their counselor by the end of spring semester in preparation for scheduling courses the following year.

4. The guidance office will create a list of all students seeking a credit through the waiver process.

5. The guidance office will give the PE Credit Waiver Application to the Athletic Director. The Athletic Director will give a list of those students who have applied for the waiver to the coach at the beginning of the season. The Band Director will receive a list of their participants and applications. The JROTC instructor will receive a list of their participants and their applications.

6. Students must demonstrate 90% participation in group activities and record on the spreadsheet their attendance and participation records. The Coach or Band Director or JROTC instructor will sign the spreadsheet confirming their records. (Participation is defined as attending practices and completing tasks assigned by the adult in charge of practice and/or games and events. Participation of 90% is not linked to the amount of playing time).

7. Students who are injured and unable to complete the alternative credit could be allowed to complete the credit during their next school year. These cases will be reviewed by the coach, athletic director, teacher of record, guidance counselor and principal.

8. Within two weeks of the conclusion of the approved activity, the Coach or Band Director or JROTC instructor will complete the PE Credit Waiver Application, assign a letter grade and indicate if the student has met all the criteria. Signed applications are returned to the Guidance office. Final grade and credit will be recorded on the student transcript.




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