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May 21
Message from TRHS
Good evening from TRHS,

We hope everyone had a great long-weekend!  Here are some things happening at TRHS this week:

1. Grade 12 students are reminded that the Graduation Banquet takes place tomorrow evening, Tuesday, May 22nd at 5:30pm at Jennings Hall.  Dress is semi-formal and doors open at 4:45pm.  We look forward to this evening with our Grads!

2. Wednesday, May 23rd TRHS will be holding its last dance of the school year in the gym from 6:30-8:30pm.  The theme is “White Out” and cost is $2.

3. Thursday evening, May 24th, our TRHS Music Students will hold their year-end concert, beginning at 6:30pm.  We invite you to join us and enjoy some very talented Titans!  Admission is by donation.

May 17
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon from TRHS:

1. All students in Music grades 10-12 are showcasing their semester's work in a public concert on Thursday, May 24th at 6:30 pm.  This is an opportunity to  highlight the essential learnings in Music.  Parents should ask their child for the letter that has gone home with the details for the evening.  From rock bands to vocal and wind ensembles, dueling pianos and indie rock, this will be an amazing night of Titan Talent!  Admission is by donation at the door and all proceeds will go to support the TRHS Music Department.

2.  Our Music Department (Jazz Band/Vocal Ensemble) has been selling 10" premium potted plants, just in time for spring!  The plants are $15 each and there are sunny/shady varieties available.  Orders can be placed through student members or by calling 878-7529 by May 23rd.

Have a great night!

May 04
Message from TRHS
Good morning from TRHS:

1. Grade 12 students are reminded that applications for the bursaries/scholarships within the TRHS 2018 Scholarships & Bursaries package are due on Monday, May 7th.  This was distributed to students on April 25th and can be found on the TRHS website following the Grad Pages link.

2. Grade 10 students will be participating in provincial assessments this month.  Each assessment is 60 min. in length and will be written during class time.  Science will take place on May 7th, Math will take place on May 11th and French Second Language Reading will take place on May 16th.

3. The next meeting of the TRHS Parent School Support Committee will be on Wednesday, May 9th at 6:00pm.   All are welcome to attend.

Have a great weekend!

May 02
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon from TRHS:

1. TRHS is holding a clothing drive to collect gently used items for the TRHS Pantry and local area charities.  Clothing items can be dropped off at the school tomorrow morning.

2. TRHS has established May as Mental Health month to increase awareness around the importance of good mental health and wellness.  The Youth in Action student committee has organized a weekly guest speaker series which kicked off today.  Lesley Smyth, founder of the Atlantic Wellness Community Center and more recently Mind Fit, spoke to students about the power of the mind and shared some strategies for feeding positive thinking.

3. During the month of May, each Wednesday, the Snack Shop in Sackville will be helping us with a Dragon Boat fundraiser.  Purchase a 16” pizza and a 12” garlic finger for $25 and $5 will be donated to the TRHS Dragon Boat teams.

4. Tomorrow evening, hypnotist Ian Stewart will be at TRHS at 8:00pm.  All are welcome!  Doors open at 7:30pm.  Admission is $5 for students and $7 for adults.  Proceeds support the 2018 Dragon Boat charities.

5. There will be no school for students this Friday, May 4th, as staff are participating in professional development activities.

Have a great night!

April 26
Message from TRHS
Titan Dragon Boats are once again in full swing, fundraising for the Lions Sick Children’s Fund and other local charities.  This Saturday, April 28th, our 7 Titan Dragon Boat Teams would like to invite our community to the TRHS Spring Fair that will be held at Tantramar Regional High School.  Admission is $3 per person and will take place between 10 am and 3 pm (rain or shine!).  Our students are busy planning fun family events such as sporting activities, face painting, musical chairs, karaoke, crafts and much more.  There will also be a BBQ, bake sale and individual team raffles.  Thank you for supporting the Titans!

April 12
Message from TRHS
Good evening from TRHS:

1. Term 3 report cards were sent home with students today.  Please ask your child for their copy.  Please note that for full year courses, the RP3 mark represents an assessment of learning outcomes during the period Jan.31st –April 6th.  This is not a cumulative mark.  Your child’s teacher can explain what was assessed in their course during each reporting period.

2. 53 grade 10 students will be taking part in the international PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) assessment on April 25th.  This large-scale assessment takes place every 3 years and provides data by country on Math, Science and Literacy skills.  If your child was randomly selected, they were given a letter today to give you.

3. Students in grade 9, 10 & 11 received their 2018-2019 course selection verification sheet today to take home and be signed.  Please sign this and your child should return it to their homeroom teacher by Tuesday.

4. Chartwells is hiring for a position at the TRHS cafeteria.  Please see the attachment for more information.

Have a great weekend!

April 12
Message from TRHS
Good morning from TRHS:

1. This is a reminder that Parent-Teacher Interviews are scheduled to take place at TRHS:
tonight, April 12th- 6:00-8:00pm & Friday, April 13th- 1:00-3:00pm. 

The TRHS Poseidon's Pirates Dragon Boat team will be having their 4th annual Parent-Teacher Bake sale. Goodies include mini cheesecakes, brownies, cookies, cupcakes, and lots more - something for everyone's sweet tooth!

There is no school for students Friday, April 13th.

2. Tuesday, April 17th there will be a Coffee House at 6:30pm, hosted by the TRHS Free the Children Club.  Admission is by donation and doors open at 6:00pm.

April 04
Course selection info. for grade 9s
Please find attached documents provided to Grade 9 students for 2018-2018 course selection.

April 04
Message from TRHS- Course Selection for grade 9s
Good afternoon,
We are beginning our 2018-2019 scheduling process, which involves our Grade 9 students selecting 3 courses for their Grade 10 year.  Please find attached the handouts given to your child, so you can have a discussion about this at home.  Additional information is posted on the TRHS website (trhs.nbed.nb.ca).

We will be meeting with students individually on April 10th to take their course requests.  We would also recommend that you reference the High School Course Selection Guide to view course descriptions, NB high school graduation requirements, as well as requirements for admission to post-secondary colleges and universities.

TRHS Administration and Guidance will be available during parent-teacher interviews, and we encourage you to see us with any questions you may have. 

Parent-Teacher Interviews:
Wednesday, April 4th- 6:00-7:30pm at Port Elgin Regional School
Thursday, April 12th- 6:00-8:00pm at TRHS
Friday, April 13th- 1:00-3:00pm at TRHS

Susan Lafford

March 28
Message from TRHS
Good morning from TRHS:

1. Congratulations to our Varsity Boys Hockey Team for winning the provincial AA title this past weekend.  Way to go boys!  TRHS hosted the championship tournament at the Civic Center and it was a great weekend of hockey. 

We would like to thank the many student, staff, coaches, managers, and especially parent volunteers who contributed to the organization and hospitable atmosphere and welcomed visiting teams to our community.  The winner of this season’s Chase the Ace fundraiser was Stirling Hall, who won $3,400!

2. Administration and Guidance met with current grade 10 & 11 students this week to discuss the course selection process for next year.  Students have a planning sheet, and we encourage you to discuss course selections and plans after high school with your child.  We will be visiting classes next week to answer questions and provide assistance to students and will be taking their course requests next Thursday (grade 11s) and Friday (grade 10s).

The Administration and Guidance Counsellor will be available to meet with any parents to answer questions at our upcoming Parent-Teacher interviews.  TRHS teachers will be at Parent-Teacher interviews at Port Elgin Regional School on Wednesday, April 4th, 6:00-7:30pm.  Parent-Teacher interviews will take place at TRHS on Thursday, April 12th from 6:00-8:00pm and Friday, April 13th from 1:00-3:00pm.

3. The TRHS Student Council will be holding a student Casino Night tonight at the school, starting at 6:30pm.  Cost is $10 and there are some fabulous prizes to be won!

4. The TRHS Breakfast Program runs every morning from 7:45 am-8:15 am--all students are welcome! With the help of staff, students, and wonderful parent/community volunteers, we serve a nutritious breakfast to over 70 students a day.

To help support the funding we receive from the Breakfast Club of Canada, we will be holding a hat day tomorrow, March 29th. We hope everyone will support this wonderful program by purchasing a hat license tomorrow for $2.

5. This is a reminder that there is no school for students this Friday or next Monday, due to the Easter weekend.  Happy Easter everyone!

March 23
Message from TRHS
Please note that the AA Boys Hockey Provincial Tournament schedule will remain unchanged, despite today's school cancellation.  Please see the TRHS website for the full tournament schedule.  Go Titans!

March 22
Message from TRHS
Good evening Titan Families,

TRHS is hosting the AA Provincial Boys Hockey Championship Tournament this weekend at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Center.  Let’s wear our Red & Blue tomorrow and show our Titan spirit!  The Titans kick-off the weekend, playing Louis- Mailloux of Caraquet, Friday at 4pm.  The complete tournament schedule is posted on the TRHS website (trhs.nbed.nb.ca).

TRHS students showing their school student ID card at the door tomorrow will have their admission covered by the Student Council for the first game.  Subsequent games are $4 for students and $6 for adults and tournament passes are $20.

Go Titans!

February 27
TRHS Late Bus Service
Good afternoon from TRHS,

We have received some calls and have seen some social media posts regarding the current late bus service to Port Elgin/Murray Corner and Dorchester for extra-curricular activities with concerns that it will be cancelled.  At TRHS we believe that extra-curricular involvement is a very important part of a balanced life and that all students have the opportunity to participate in an extra-curricular activity. 

As communicated in January, the late bus will run based on the need from our students involved in extra-curricular clubs and teams which meet after school.  If there are no activities on Wednesday, for example, or no students in extracurricular activities that reside in Port Elgin/Murray Corner and Dorchester, there will be no late buses that day.  We were experiencing times when the drivers were reporting there were no students to transport.     

Based on our activities and student needs, there will be late bus service from Monday-Thursday in March.    

Mrs. Lafford

February 16
Message from TRHS
Good morning from TRHS:

1. TRHS is hosting the AA Girls Basketball Sectionals beginning tonight, to determine who will move on to the NB Provincial High School Championship.  TRHS plays Fundy High at 8:15pm and the winner moves on the final game of the tournament tomorrow at Admission is $5/adult, $2/student and there is no charge for children 12 & under.  Let’s go Titans!

2. The Boys Varsity Hockey Team hosts St. Stephen High School tonight at 7:00pm.  Tomorrow evening, the Lady Varsity Titans host Clement Cormier at the Civic Center.

3. Any Grads wishing to have Grad Photo re-takes can schedule an appointment with Lifetouch using the online link on the TRHS website’s Grad News page (choose your location as Tantramar Regional High School).  They will be at the school Feb. 22nd & 23rd.

4. We’d like to remind you that there is no school for students Monday, as it’s a provincial holiday.  Enjoy the long weekend!

February 09
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon from TRHS,

1. Semester 1 report cards and completed Personalized Learning Plans were sent home with students today.  Please ask your child for their copy; these are yours to keep.

2. Please check out the TRHS website for what’s going on at TRHS! 

Have a great weekend!

January 30
Message from TRHS
Good evening from TRHS,

1. Students will be returning to school tomorrow to begin Semester 2.  Students should report to their period 1 class, where they will be given their schedule and information needed for Semester 2.  Student names are posted alphabetically in the foyer with the location of their period 1 class, should they have forgotten.

2. Grade 11 & 12 students are reminded that any schedule changes must be made by the end of the week.  The instructions for course change requests will be communicated to students tomorrow.

3. The late bus for semester 2 will run based on the need from our extra-curricular groups meeting after school.  The late bus to Port Elgin/Murray Corner and the late bus to Dorchester will run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, leaving TRHS at 5pm until March Break.

4. We are pleased with the transition our Grade 9’s have made to high school and these students will be permitted off-campus at lunch beginning Monday, Feb. 5th.

5. Tomorrow, our basketball teams play a double-header at home with the boys hosting Bonar Law Memorial School at 6pm and the girls hosting James M. Hill High at 8pm.  Go Titans!

6. There is also a Winter Formal taking place tomorrow evening at the school from 7-9pm.  The theme is Candyland!

7. Semester 1 report cards will be sent home with students this Friday.

Happy Winter!

January 23
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon,

Due to the school cancellation today, our exam schedule will move ahead by one day.  Exams that were scheduled for today will take place tomorrow. Wednesday’s exams will take place Thursday, etc.  The updated exam schedule has been posted on the TRHS website (trhs.nbed.nb.ca).

January 29th & 30th are high school turn-around days so teachers can finalize semester 1 marks and prepare for semester 2.  All students will return to school on Wednesday, January 31st.  At this time students will receive their semester 2 schedules from their homeroom (period 1) teacher.  Students who are unsure of which period 1 class they have semester 2 will find it posted in the foyer when they return.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Vice Principal Milson or Vice Principal Hardy at the school (364-4060).

Have a great day!

January 21
Message for Grade 9 Parents
Grade 9 Parents,

This communication is to share details regarding exam week, which begins tomorrow.  Students need to be in attendance for any exams they have scheduled, as well as the NB English Language Proficiency Assessment which takes place tomorrow.  The exam schedule can be found on the TRHS website at trhs.nbed.nb.ca.  Should your child be sick, please call the office before 8:20 am (a doctor’s note may be required).

Students taking the bus who will be at TRHS for the day will work in one of the quiet areas if they are not scheduled in an exam.  Students are reminded to return semester 1 textbooks they will not need any longer to the Learning Commons on the day of their exam.  There will be no cafeteria service this week and students ARE permitted off campus at lunch.

Should there be a school cancellation during exam week, the exam schedule will move ahead by one day.  It’s important that students bring home any materials they need to prepare for exams.

January 29th & 30th are high school turn-around days, where teachers will be finalizing semester 1 marks and preparing for their semester 2 courses.  When grade 9s return for semester 2 on Wednesday, January 31st, they will receive their class schedules from their homeroom (period 1) teacher.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Vice Principals Mrs. Milson or Ms. Hardy at the school.

January 12
Message from TRHS
Good evening Titan families:

1. The Boys Hockey Titans host 2 home games this weekend.  Tonight they take on KVHS at 8pm.  Tomorrow St. Stephen High will be here for a 6pm puck drop.  We hope to see you at the Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Center to cheer on the Titans!

2. The 13th Annual TRHS Boys Hockey Alumni game will be held on Saturday, January 20th @ 6 pm.  Any past players looking to sign up for the under 40 or over 40 games can contact a member of the Alumni Committee or the school.  Registration is $50 which includes ice time, gift from the team, finger foods and refreshments after the game.  It should be a great night out and entertaining to watch!

Have a great weekend!

January 10
Message from TRHS
Happy New Year everyone!  We have a few messages to pass along today:

1. The 2nd Annual Night of the Arts will take place at TRHS next Monday, January 15th.  Students in Music classes 10-12 and Theatre Arts 120 along with our Vocal Ensemble and Jazz Band will be collaborating for this event.  A letter went home with your son/daughter on Monday, regarding this event, so please ask them if you haven’t received it yet.

The evening begins at 6:30 pm.  The public is invited to this showcase, and admission is by donation at the door, with all proceeds going to the Drama and Music Department at TRHS.  We would love to see you and your family and friends out to support your son/daughter.  It is sure to be a wonderful evening!

2. Grads who have not completed a Grad write-up for the Yearbook are reminded to do so using the link found on the TRHS Grad News page of the TRHS website.

3. Parents, please note that Wednesday, January 17th will be a half-day for high school students as there is staff professional development taking place in the afternoon. 

4. Exams for semester 1 are scheduled the week of January 20th-26th.  The schedule has been posted to the TRHS website.
5. Anglophone East School District is currently recruiting for the following casual positions:

• Kindergarten Support Workers (to start in February, 2018)
• Casual Bus Drivers
• Rental and Casual Custodians

To apply, please visit the Employment section of the District website (paper applications are no longer accepted) at:

Have a great evening!

December 21
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon Titan families,

1. We have been having a great week at TRHS and the Christmas spirit is in the air!  I would like to thank the TRHS Student Council for all of the activities, treats and surprises this week.  We have been having a Battle of the Grades this week and tomorrow is the last chance to win points for your grade by dressing for the Pyjama theme day and bringing in a non-perishable food item for the Food Drive. 

2. We will be holding a Pancake Breakfast for all students tomorrow from 7:30-9:00am.  Classes will begin at 9am and students will attend shortened classes, with dismissal at 12:15pm.  We would like to take this time to wish all members of our Tantramar Family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

3. School resumes after the Holidays on January 8th.

December 11
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon TRHS Parents/Guardians,

1. Winter has arrived!  Please see the attached weather-related school closure letter so you are familiar with these procedures in Anglophone East School District.

2. Tomorrow evening, Tuesday, Dec. 12th, we will be holding a Christmas Holiday Concert featuring some amazing and very talented Titans.  We hope you can join us at 6:30pm.  Admission is a donation at the door and proceeds support the Music program at TRHS.

Have a great night!

December 06
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon from TRHS:

1. The TRHS Student Council is holding a student Casino Night tonight from 6:30pm-8:30pm.  Cost is $10 at the door and this is a semi-formal event.  Students will have the opportunity to bid on prizes at the end of the evening with their winnings.

2. The 18th annual Tantramar Invitational Christmas Classic basketball tournament takes place at TRHS from Dec. 7-9th.  Friday there will be regular classes, however, our student body will attend one Spirit Game during the day, sponsored by the TRHS Student Council.   The full tournament schedule can be found on the TRHS website.  Go Titans!.

3. The TRHS Music Department will be putting on a Holiday Concert on Tuesday, December 12th at 6:30 pm in the TRHS theatre.  The Jazz Band, Vocal Ensemble and some solo and small ensemble talent will be performing for the public.  Culinary students will be selling some holiday goodies to enjoy and there also will be a canteen on site. Doors will open at 6:00pm, and admission will be by donation at the door.  We hope you can join us as we get geared up for the Holiday season!

December 02
Message from TRHS for Parents of 2018 Grads
Good morning from TRHS:

1. Parents of 2018 Grads are reminded that grad photos continue at TRHS this week.  All Grads need to get their photo done at TRHS with LifeTouch for our yearbook and grad composite.  Appointments must be scheduled online at www.lifetouch.ca/mygradphotos and the sitting fee is $15.  There are some evening appointments available.  Any Grads who have not scheduled appointments by Monday will be scheduled by Ms. Hardy.

2. Please check out the Grad News link on the TRHS website for grad information, including a newly added link to submit student Grad Yearbook write-ups which will appear under their grad photo in the yearbook.

3. This week the Grad Council is holding a theme week- please see the Grad News page on the TRHS website for daily activities.

4. The Gift Card Basket fundraiser is underway.  Students are reminded to write their name on the back of their tickets. If your son or daughter did not receive tickets, or needs more tickets, please see Ms. Hardy.  All tickets, sold or unsold, must be returned by December 18th, 2017. Any questions can be directed to Grad Council Advisor, Ms. Hardy (Candace.hardy@nbed.nb.ca).

Have a great weekend!

November 30
Message from TRHS
Good evening from TRHS,

1. This is a reminder that there is no school for students tomorrow as staff have a professional development day.

2. Our 2nd annual Carl Ward Invitational Boys Hockey tournament kicks off tonight at the Civic Center.  The Titans play tonight at 7:30pm vs. Sussex, tomorrow at 9pm vs. Woodstock and Saturday at 2pm vs. Moncton High.  The full tournament schedule can be found on the TRHS website.  We hope you have a chance to get out and support the Titans!

3. Tuesday there will be a PSSC meeting at 6:30pm.  The Sackville Schools infrastructure review and TRHS capital repairs list are the items on the agenda.  All are invited to attend.

Have a great weekend!

November 27
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon from TRHS,

1. A Community Conversation on Cyber Safety

Parents and guardians of our Tantramar Family of Schools are invited to a Community Conversation about Cyber Safety/Social Media and the effects on your children and our school.  This is a topic which adults need to inform themselves about to keep children and teens safe, not just physically, but also emotionally.  I strongly encourage you to attend!

The event will take place tomorrow- November 28th from 7:00-8:00pm in the Marshview Middle School Gymnasium. 

This will be an adults only meeting as some of the subject matter is sensitive/heavy for young ears.

Bryan Butler (retired RCMP and Anglophone East Consultant), J.F. Leblanc (RCMP Community Program Officer) and Theresa Theriault (Public Health Nurse) will be giving short presentations and answering questions.

2. Canadian Blood Services will be here tomorrow over the lunch hour running a What’s Your Type? event.  Students who are 17 years of age or older can stop by the foyer to find out why it’s important to know your blood type and determine what their blood type is. 

Mrs. Lafford

November 27
Message for Parents/Guardians of 2018 Grads
Dear Grade 12 Parents/Guardians,

We have some important information to share with you regarding transcripts, Grad photos, hoodies, and our Grad Class major fundraiser.

Students were given their current transcript to check for accuracy.  17 credits are required by the end of grade 12 for a regular NB High School Diploma.  If any errors are noted, or for any questions, students should see Mr. Bohan or Mrs. Lafford.

Gift Card Basket Raffle
All graduates are asked to sell the tickets they received for the Gift Card Basket. Tickets are 3 for $5, 10 for $10 or 25 for $20. Grads are to write their name on the back of their tickets. If your son or daughter did not receive tickets, or needs more tickets, please see Ms. Hardy. All monies collected and unsold tickets can be returned to Ms. Hardy or Ms. Johnson. All tickets, sold or unsold, must be returned by December 18th, 2017. There are prizes for sellers, so please encourage your son or daughter to sell! If you would like extra tickets to sell at places of employment, please email Ms. Hardy at Candace.hardy@nbed.nb.ca.
Grad Hoodies
Grad sweaters are on sale until December 1st. Sweaters are $40, or $60 for an Under Armour option. Purchases can be made through School Cash On-line on the TRHS website or at the office at lunch. Details for each sweater are listed on School Cash On-line. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hardy or have your son or daughter get in touch with a Grad Council member.
Grad Photos
Grad photos will be taking place at TRHS from November 29th to December 7th. All Grads are required to have their photo taken during these sessions with Lifetouch, even if they are not purchasing the pictures from this company as we use these photos for the year book and class composite. The sitting fee is $15 dollars and must be paid by cash or debit on the day of the appointment. Appointments must be booked online at: www.lifetouch.ca/mygradphotos. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hardy at the school.

Mrs. Lafford

November 23
Message from TRHS for Grade 9 Parents
Dear Grade 9 Parents/Guardians,

This is a reminder that the Grade 9 Immunization Clinic will be held at TRHS on Monday, Nov. 27th.   Any parents who have not yet sent in the signed immunization consent forms are asked to do so right away.  Public health nurse, Theresa Theriault can be contacted for any questions or concerns at 856-3820.   Students should dress appropriately for upper arm access and to remember to eat a good breakfast on Monday!

Mrs. Lafford

November 17
Message from TRHS
Good afternoon from TRHS:

1. We are pleased to announce that our Varsity Girls Hockey Team is back this year and are hosting their annual Titan Your Skates tournament at the Civic Center this weekend.  The Titans play:

Friday 4:15pm vs. Rothesay
Saturday 11:15am vs. Miramichi Valley
Saturday 6:15pm vs. James M Hill

The full tournament schedule can be found on the TRHS website (trhs.nbed.nb.ca).

2. Our annual Christmas Craft Sale takes place at TRHS tomorrow from 10am-3pm.  Admission is $4 for adults / free for children under 10.  Over 60 vendors are participating and you are guaranteed to find something for everyone on your list!  This is the Student Council’s largest fundraiser with proceeds supporting student activities.  Thanks for your support!

Have a great weekend!

November 09
Message from TRHS
Good evening from TRHS:

1. Term 1 report cards were sent home with students today.  Please ask your child for their copy.

2. A statement for school fees was also sent home today if your child still has any school fees left unpaid.  Please pay any unpaid fees as soon as possible using the School Cash Online link on the TRHS website (trhs.nbed.nb.ca) or with cash at the school office.

3. We will be hosting the NB Provincial High School Football Championship on Saturday, Nov. 11th at 2pm at the Mount Allison Alumni Field against Moncton High.  Cost is $5 for adults and $2 for students.  Go Titans!

4. The last session of Parent-Teacher Interviews for the fall term will be held tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 10th from 1:00-3:00pm at TRHS.

Have a great night!

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