Monthly Archives: March 2019

Gator Gab – Week #28 – April 1-5, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance for Week #28 – Apr. 1st-5th, 2019

Below is a peak at some important information items followed by our Week ahead …

Nutrition for Learning

Classrooms are better place to learn when students have access to the food and nutrition they need.  As you are aware, Our Lady of Grace is supported by the Nutrition for Learning program every morning.  Donations of food from local companies and monetary donations allow this organization to offer this valuable resource to your children.  On Monday, we are sending home postcards on behalf of the program and asking for a $2 donation.  We are collecting donations just this week so will end on Friday, April 5th.  All money raised directly impacts our school’s Nutrition for Learning program! We are so blessed that each and every student has the opportunity to have breakfast each day if they are hungry! Thank you for your support and thanks NFL (Nutrition For Learning)!

OLOG School Climate Survey 2019 – PARENTS, Thanks for sharing your VOICE!

The Administration dates for all surveys is from March 18th – April 5th, 2019This email contains important information related to the administration of all 3 of the School Climate Surveys you are asked to administer at Our Lady of Grace.

  • All parents/guardians will be invited to participate in the Ministry Developed survey The link is below and we appreciate you adding your VOICE to help us understand our school community strengths and next steps … the link is below 
  • https://wcdsb.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8A2BYWebSfj90Ed?school=LGR

All WCDSB students between grades 4 through 12 will be invited to complete the Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI survey. This is an ANONYMOUS survey and we truly value each student voice! Parents, Staff and Student Voice!

Does your child want to try baseball? K-W Minor Softball Association Registrations are OPEN

For those students, ages 4-19 interested in playing softball during the summers, please click on the attached link for further registration information.

Come Play Some Softball with us and Make It Your Game

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK …

Monday, Apr. 1st 

  • Nutrition for Learning – postcards are being sent home with students today — donations for this program will be collected until Friday of this week.
  • Homework Club – 3:40 – 4:40

Tuesday, Apr. 2nd

  •  School-wide Lenten Resurrection Eggs begins 

Wednesday, Apr. 3rd

  • Spirit Day – wear your Gator clothing or blue and white to show your school spirit
  • Popcorn Sales for NFL – on sale today and every Wednesday, $1.25 a bag (please bring exact change)
  • Homework Club  3:40-4:40 

Thursday, Apr. 4th

  • Pizza Day Today!  For all students who placed an online order for April
  • Confirmation Retreat Day – Gr. 7’s @ Blessed Sacrament Church today

Friday, Apr. 5th

  •  Nutrition for Learning – postcard donations due by today.  Thank you for your generosity!
  • Last Day for School Climate Survey – Thanks for participating in our survey!

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … 

  • Sacrament of Confirmation – 2 pm Blessed Sacrament Church on April 6th
  • Gr. 7 Immunizations – April 10th
  • Re-scheduled School Council Meeting – April 10th @ 6:30 p.m.
  • PD Day – April 12th
  • Good Friday – NO School – April 19th
  • Easter Monday – NO School – April 22nd
  • School Council Meeting – April 30th @ 6:30 p.m. in the library
  • Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart – Kick-Off Assembly – May 3rd
  • Catholic Education Week – starts May 5th
  • Family Mass at Blessed Sacrament – May 7th @ 6:30 p.m.
  • Folk Dance Festival – May 9th @ 7:00 p.m. (Kitchener Auditorium)
  • Easter Mass at Blessed Sacrament – May 10th @ 10:15 a.m.
  • Intermediate Co-ed Soccer Tournament – May 14th @ RIM Park
  • Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart Event – May 15th
  • Crowning of Mary School Liturgy – May 17th @ 10:45 a.m. in Gym
  • Victoria Day Holiday – May 20th – NO School
  • Welcome to Kindergarten Night – May 21st @ 6:30 p.m.
  • Grade 7 Day at St. Mary’s – May 23rd
  • School Council Meeting – May 28th @ 6:30 p.m.
  • PD Day – May 31st – No School
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Earth Hour

 

On Friday, March 29th, the students of OLOG will be participating in an Earth Hour after Christian Meditation. We will be turning off all nonessential lights and electronics.

On Saturday, March 30th, families are encouraged to spend time together and turn off nonessential lights and shut down electronics.

 

 

 

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Gator Gab – Week #27 – March 25-29, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance for Week #27 – Mar. 25th-29th, 2019

Below is a peak at some important information items followed by our Week ahead …

Gator “Fiction Festival”  – WOW!

In a word, WOW! What a great way to end the week with guest readers in the classrooms, reading to our students! The students were dressed like their favourite fictional character and books really came to life as the students walked the halls! This annual OLOG Tradition is so very special and the energy, enthusiasm and excitement is growing. This special event not only allows to celebrate our love of reading and how magical a great book can be but as well, enables us to celebrate our wonderful students and school community! All of our Guest Readers who visited Our Lady of Grace Catholic Elementary School OR the SWAMP (as we affectionately call our Gator Home), were so very impressed and shared their kind words about our community – a shout out to all of our Gator Students and Staff!

As well a HUGE THANKS goes out to Mrs. Weinhardt (our AWESOME Library Technician) and Mrs. Manley who worked very hard behing and in front of the scenes not only on the day of the event but weeks in advance in preparation – THANKS Mrs. Weinhardt and Mrs. Manley for organizing this special event and to ALL Staff for pitching in whenever and wherever needed – it was truly a celebration of our entire school community!

Are You Moving?

If you are moving over the summer, please let the office know as soon as possible.  Next year’s enrollment numbers are frequently requested and submitted to the Board at this time of year so that the number of classrooms required for Our Lady of Grace can be determined.  Thank you keeping us up-to-date!

WCDSB Budget Survey – We need your HELP to inform decision making for 2019-2020 School Year

Please find attached the link to the 2019-2020 budget survey.  The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete.  The Board values input from stakeholders and your feedback helps ensure that budgets are aligned according to the Board, school and stakeholder needs.

The survey will be open until March 27th, 2019.  The survey results will be made available after they have been presented to the Board’s Budget Advisory Committee.

Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to the survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/wcdsbbudget19-20

OLOG School Climate Survey 2019 – PARENTS, Thanks for sharing your VOICE!

The Administration dates for all surveys is from March 18th – April 5th, 2019This email contains important information related to the administration of all 3 of the School Climate Surveys you are asked to administer at Our Lady of Grace.

  • All parents/guardians will be invited to participate in the Ministry Developed survey The link is below and we appreciate you adding your VOICE to help us understand our school community strengths and next steps … the link is below 
  • https://wcdsb.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8A2BYWebSfj90Ed?school=LGR

All WCDSB students between grades 4 through 12 will be invited to complete the Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI survey. This is an ANONYMOUS survey and we truly value each student voice! Parents, Staff and Student Voice!

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK …

Monday, Mar. 25th 

Tuesday, Mar. 26th

  • April Pizza Orders – today is the LAST day for you to place your order on School Cash Online for April pizza days
  • Grade 3’s Laurel Creek trip
  • School Council Meeting tonight is CANCELLED and will be Postponed – New Date TBD 

Wednesday, Mar. 27th

  • Spirit Day – wear your Gator clothing or blue and white to show your school spirit
  • Immunization Suspension Pupil Act Day
  • WCDSB Parent Budget Survey ends today – thanks for your help!
  • Popcorn Sales for NFL – on sale today and every Wednesday, $1.25 a bag (please bring exact change)
  • Homework Club  3:40-4:40 

Thursday, Mar. 28th

  • Pizza Day Today!  For all students who placed an online order for March
  • Primary Floor Hockey Playoffs (London Knights v. Hamilton Bulldogs) – lunch recess

Friday, Mar. 29th

  • Safety Village – Gr. 5/6 and Gr. 6 classes  

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … 

  • School Climate Survey OPEN FOR PARENTS from March 18-April 5th …  https://wcdsb.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8A2BYWebSfj90Ed?school=LGR
  • Confirmation Retreat Day – Gr. 7’s (April 4, 2019)
  • Sacrament of Confirmation – 2 pm Blessed Sacrament Church on April 6th
  • Gr. 7 Immunizations – April 10th
  • PD Day – April 12th
  • Good Friday – NO School – April 19th
  • Easter Monday – NO School – April 22nd
  • School Council Meeting – 6:30 p.m. in the library
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Rock Your Socks – Today is World Down Syndrome Day – Thursday, March 21st

Don’t forget to “Rock Your Socks” today Gators in support of World Down Syndrome Day!

Do you own a wild and crazy, colourful or favourite pair of socks?

Today is the day to be loud and proud to show our support for building a COMMUNITY FOR ALL by understanding that Christ’s presence is in each and every person and that each person (just like the parts of the body 1 Corinthians 12) is important … we are all a part of Christ’s Body. Today we celebrate that while we are wonderfully different, we are all wonderfully a part of ONE BODY or ONE COMMUNITY.

We will collect points for our school Body Part Squads first thing this morning … 

So ROLL UP YOUR PANT LEGS and lets show our support by ROCKING OUR SOCKS! 

AND Remember – Just ONE MORE SLEEP Until our Awesome “GATOR FICTION FESTIVAL” … get your favourite “fictional character costume” ready to go for dress-up on Friday, March 22nd – a super cool day is planned!

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Fiction Festival – Friday, March 22/19

Fiction Festival News

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for Fiction Festival happening this Friday March 22nd!  Here are some highlights of the Festival…

Students are invited to come to school Friday dressed as their favourite fictional character.

Each class will be visited by 3 different special guest readers in the afternoon who will share their love of reading with the students.  A huge thank-you to all of our guest readers; Dwayne Quigley  from the Kitchener Fire Department, Sonja & Woody the dog from the KW Humane Society, Peggy Dietrich – author, Komal Singh – author, Karen Buhr, Michael Cruickshank and David Mason from the KPL, Chief of Police Bryan Larkin, Carlos & Laura from 91.5 the Beat, Catherine Thompson from the Waterloo Region Record, Rosie Del Campo from CTV Kitchener, MP Raj Saini, MPP Amy Fee, MPP Laura Mae Lindo, Mayor Verbanovic, and WCDSB Director Loretta Notten!

Finally, all Our Lady of Grace staff, students, friends and family are invited to a special FUNdraiser night at Indigo Books Kitchener on Fairway Road from 6-8pm!  There will be door prizes, our school choir will be performing, and 20% of purchases made by Our Lady of Grace Gators and friends that night will go back to our school library!  Hope to see you there!

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Gator Gab – Week #26 – March 18-22, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance for Week #26 – Mar. 18th-22nd, 2019

Below is a peak at our week ahead followed by some important information items – have a wonderful week Gators!

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK …

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Gators!

St. Patrick spent the majority of his life helping the people of Ireland learn about Christianity and God’s LOVE for them. Irish folklore tells that one of his teaching methods included using the shamrock to explain the Christian doctrine of the Trinity to the Irish people. After devoting most of his life to spreading the gospel, he died on March 17, 461.  Becoming the day that we later celebrate St. Patrick’s day! The phrase “the wearing of the green”, meaning to wear a shamrock on one’s clothing, and living out the gospel. We hope you enjoyed “the wearing of the green” today and had a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Lent 2019 – Alms-giving – Thanks for your Generosity Gators and thanks for going the extra mile Mr. Amorim!

Our heartfelt thanks goes out to the students and families at OLOG for their generosity as we begin the season of Lent. We are tallying all donations and will announce the final total by the end of the week. All proceeds go to the SVDP at Blessed Sacrament as we appreciate the great work they do to help those families in need within our community – Thanks SVDP! And thanks Mr. Amorim for going above and beyond on Wacky Hair Day for such a great cause!

WCDSB Budget Survey – We need your HELP to inform decision making for 2019-2020 School Year

Please find attached the link to the 2019-2020 budget survey.  The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete.  The Board values input from stakeholders and your feedback helps ensure that budgets are aligned according to the Board, school and stakeholder needs.

The survey will be open until March 27th, 2019.  The survey results will be made available after they have been presented to the Board’s Budget Advisory Committee.

Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to the survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/wcdsbbudget19-20

OLOG School Climate Survey 2019 – Thanks for sharing your VOICE!

The Administration dates for all surveys is from March 18th – April 5th, 2019This email contains important information related to the administration of all 3 of the School Climate Surveys you are asked to administer at Our Lady of Grace.

  • All Staff will be invited to participate in the Ministry Developed survey 
  • All parents/guardians will be invited to participate in the Ministry Developed survey The link is below and we appreciate you adding your VOICE to help us understand our school community strengths and next steps … the link is below 
  • https://wcdsb.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8A2BYWebSfj90Ed?school=LGR

All WCDSB students between grades 4 through 12 will be invited to complete the Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI survey. This is an ANONYMOUS survey and we truly value each student voice!

NOTE: As this survey is anonymous, we hope to have all Gr. 4-8 students participate as each voice matters! That said, we will respect your wishes if you do NOT wish that your child participate – a non-consent letter is attached below – simply print and send in or send a note to your child’s teacher to request a hard copy or call the office, and it will be sent home to you – thanks for working with our school team for the benefit of our school community! These forms are due by Wednesday, March 20th.

School Climate Survey – MDI Exemption Letter Parent for Request to NOT Participate 2019

Monday, Mar. 18th 

  • Welcome Back Gators!  First day back after March Break
  • Primary Floor Hockey – last recess
  • Homework Club – 3:40 – 4:40
  • OLOG School Climate Survey OPENS Today – starts today until April 5th – Students, Parents and Staff

Tuesday, Mar. 19th

  • April Pizza Orders – don’t forget to place your order on School Cash Online for April pizza days (deadline is March 26, 2019)
  • Intermediate Floor Hockey Play-offs Lunch Recess 

Wednesday, Mar. 20th

  • Spirit Day – wear your Gator clothing or blue and white to show your school spirit
  • Choir Practice – lunch recess in the library
  • Popcorn Sales for NFL – on sale today and every Wednesday, $1.25 a bag (please bring exact change)
  • Primary Floor Hockey – last recess
  • Homework Club  3:40-4:40
  • Sacrament of Reconciliation for Gr. 2’s – 6:30 PM @ Blessed Sacrament Church – Congratulations! 

Thursday, Mar. 21st

  • Pizza Day Today!  For all students who placed an online order for March
  • Junior Floor Hockey Play-offs Lunch Recess 

Friday, Mar. 22nd

  • OLOG Fiction Festival – We look forward to a SUPER Day of Imagination and our collective Celebration of READING! 

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … 

  • School Climate Survey OPEN from March 18-April 5th …  https://wcdsb.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8A2BYWebSfj90Ed?school=LGR
  • Grade 3’s at Laurel Creek – March 26th
  • School Council Meeting @ 6:30 pm – March 26th
  • Immunization Suspension Pupil Act Day – March 27th
  • Safety Village – Gr. 5/6 and Gr. 6 classes – March 29th
  • Confirmation Retreat Day – Gr. 7s (April 4, 2019)
  • Sacrament of Confirmation – 2 pm Blessed Sacrament Church on April 6th
  • Gr. 7 Immunizations – April 10th
  • PD Day – April 12th
  • Good Friday – NO School – April 19th
  • Easter Monday – NO School – April 22nd
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LENT 2019 – Almsgiving – Wacky Hair Day is Tomorrow (Thursday)

Just a REMINDER to our Gators that … Tomorrow is Wacky Hair Day … so have fun with your hair dew and join Mr. Amorim who is going above and beyond – for a great cause – with his wacky hair day tomorrow. 

Mr. Amorim is shaving off HALF of his beard – to start his day – in support of the SVDP Food Bank at Blessed Sacrament Church. The Blessed Sacrament Parish SVDP helps support many families within our community and we are grateful for all they do!   

Please join our OLOG Lenten Almsgiving Campaign by sending in a loonie or toonie with each child tomorrow in support of the SVDP Food Bank @ Blessed Sacrament during Lent 2019! Thanks for your continued support during this brief Lenten Alsmsgiving Campaign! 

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Parent Safety Bulletin – Very Concerning “Momo Challenge” and Online Safety Tips for our Students

Background: The Momo challenge started in the summer of 2018 and has been linked to several social media platforms, such as YouTube, Minecraft, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Whatsapp. The scary photo associated to it is of a sculpture that was on display in a Tokyo gallery titled, “Mother Bird”. The gallery, artist, etc. are not associated with the Challenge.
The challenge spreads through Social media, often appearing midway through unrelated YouTube and YouTube Kids videos (Fortnite, Peppa Pig, etc.) to avoid adult detection. It has also appeared in some games (Minecraft, Roblox) through mods and in different social media apps. Users will see the creepy image of “Momo” and will be enticed to contact it through Whatsapp. If they do, they will be sent disturbing and scary images and given “orders” which are often to cause self- harm or even to attempt suicide. Users are threatened if they don’t follow through that they will be cursed, or their family will be hurt. Momo can also be linked to the theft of personal data, harassment, extortion, anxiety, depression and insomnia. As adults, the threat of a curse or something like this may not faze us but it can be terrifying to children. (Peel Children’s Safety Village, 2019)

Sadly, this isn’t the first ‘Suicide Challenge’ out there and it likely won’t be the last. As educators and/or parents, we want to know how to protect our children.

Some great reminders for parents and educators include:

1. Encourage critical thinking no matter what the age: Reports indicate very young children are being exposed to Momo. What we don’t know is exactly how many children have had Momo intrude on a program they were watching vs how many children are talking about it or have checked it out due to recent media attention. Regardless of the answer:

a. Tell them it’s not real: Just like any urban legend or horror story, the concept can be quite frightening and distressing for young people. Whilst this may seem obvious, it’s important for you to reiterate to the child that Momo is not a real person and cannot directly harm them. Also, tell the child to not go openly searching for this content online as it may only cause more distress.
b. Encourage parent-child interaction: It’s important for a parent or carer to be present while children are online. If students report they are online without supervision, discuss the importance of having a trusting adult around. Encourage the student to only go online when an adult is around and to talk to a trusted adult if they see something that doesn’t seem right.
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c. Encourage good choices: It isn’t just Momo we should be worried about as caring adults. Access to violent, dangerous, inappropriate, scary content and cyber-bullying is everywhere online. Discuss what age appropriate content is with the students in your class and why it is important. Also, discuss how peer pressure can sometimes influence our choices and expose us to things that make us uncomfortable.

2. Offer facts to clarify misinformation: Use the background information provided above to help clarify how Momo might occur. Offering accurate information can go a long way with regards to easing any stress or speculation about being targeted by Momo.

3. Encourage healthy coping: Emphasize to students that it is normal to experience periods of stress and mental distress, especially if they’ve witnessed Momo or when it seems everyone is talking about something disturbing. Provide examples of some of the many healthy ways to cope with stress (e.g., engage in exercise, prayer, read a book, listen to music, talk with friends, teachers, parents, enjoy nature, etc.). Explicitly model self-care and healthy coping.

4. Encourage help seeking: Point out that no matter what, if something seems scary or doesn’t seem right, it’s important to talk to a trusted adult. Help students identify who those trusting adults are. They can include: a parent or carer, teacher, principal, priest, coach, counsellor, etc.

5. Re-establish routine when appropriate: If students appear concerned or pre-occupied with the Momo challenge, it’s important to give it the attention it deserves. We know students can’t learn when they’re stressed about something. However, it’s also important to gauge when enough time has been spent on the subject and it’s time to get back to school work. As an parent/educator, you will be able to tell when your student’s have been given enough information and are ready to get back to it! Know the topic may come up a few times throughout the day or even in the coming weeks. That’s ok. Give it some time and move on.

6. Access support if needed: Should we have students who are particularly struggling remember to communicate any concerns with the parent or caregiver and please feel free to talk to reach out to us at the school and we will put you in contact with a member of the Student Support Services Team.

Please see the attached doc. for online safety reminders that will assist our collective efforts to keep our children safe – thanks for your continued support!

Parent Letter – Tips for digital citizenship and addressing Momo Challenge

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Gator Gab – Week #25 – Mar. 4-8th, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance for Week #25 – Mar. 4th-8th, 2019

Below is a peak at our week ahead followed by some important information items – have a wonderful week Gators!

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK … “March Madness Week”

Monday, Mar. 4th 

  • HOT CHOCOLATE REWARD DAY.  Please send in a safe mug for your child to have hot chocolate. The mug will be rinsed to send back home safely after it is used for this special treat
  • Day #1 of March Madness – Favourite Sports Team Day
  • April Pizza Orders –  online ordering is now available to place your orders on School Cash Online for April pizza days
  • Boys’ Basketball Tournament – PM at Resurrection School
  • Primary Floor Hockey – last recess
  • Homework Club – 3:40 – 4:40

Tuesday, Mar. 5th

  • Celebrity/Twin Day – you and a friend can dress alike or dress like a celebrity 
  • Shrove Tuesday / Pancake Day – ALL Students will enjoy some delicious pancakes today as part of our Shrove Tuesday tradition – our GYM will be transformed into a cafeteria – a very special Thanks to our Parent School Council for making this happen as lots and lots of yummy pancakes will be made – AWESOME!

Wednesday, Mar. 6th

  • Spirit Day – wear your Gator clothing or blue and white to show your school spirit
  • Ash Wednesday – LENT 2019 Begins – School Liturgy 9:30 a.m. – for the next 40 days, OLOG will explore the 3 Key Lenten Themes of: 1. Prayer (taking time to talk to and listen to God), 2. Almsgiving (supporting our SVDP Foodbank at Blessed Sacrament – Mr. Amorim’s Coin Drive) and 3. Fasting and Abstinence (showing discipline by giving up something in favour of a closer relationship to God)
  • Here is a great short clip that reminds us why Lent is so important … https://bustedhalo.com/video/watch-lent-3-minutes
  • Primary Floor Hockey – last recess
  • Homework Club  3:40-4:40

Thursday, Mar. 7th

  • Wacky Hair Day – Mr. Amorim Shaves HALF of his beard for a great cause – Please join our OLOG Lenten Almsgiving Campaign by sending in a loonie or twoonie today – supporting SVDP Food Bank @ Blessed Sacrament during Lent 2019
  • Gr. 9 Transition Meetings
  • Pizza Day Today!  For all students who placed an online order for March
  • Bus Safety Presentations (PM) 
  • Girls’ Volleyball Tournament – St. Mary’s in the afternoon

Friday, Mar. 8th

  • Wear Green Day – in honour of St. Patrick and all things IRISH … 
  • LAST day before March Break

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … 

  • March Break – March 11-15th
  • OLOG School Climate Survey – March 18-April 5th – Students, Parents and Staff
  • Sacrament of First Reconciliation for Gr. 2’s 6:30 PM @ Blessed Sacrament Church – March 20th
  • OLOG Fiction Festival – March 22nd
  • Grade 3’s at Shades Mill – March 26th
  • School Council Meeting @ 6:30 pm – March 26th
  • Safety Village – Gr. 5/6 and Gr. 6 classes – March 29th
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