Monthly Archives: December 2019

Week 4 of Advent – Oh Come Emmanuel – A Savior is Born

As we lit the final Advent Candle of love this Sunday, we can remember the great love that we experience when we recall how much God loves us. In the Gospel of John we read:

And the Word became flesh and lived among us, and we have seen his glory, the glory as of a father’s only son, full of grace and truth.  (John testified to him and cried out, “This was he of whom I said, ‘He who comes after me ranks ahead of me because he was before me.’”) From his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. 

No matter how many gifts are under our tree when we wake up Christmas morning, we all are worthy of the greatest gift of all – God’s love and acceptance! Sometimes it is hard to accept complete and unconditional acceptance, but that is what God asks for us. He loves us just the way we are, and recognizes our true value. Each of us is unique and each of us is #CalledToBelong.

As you spend time together as a family, may we be mindful to make each moment count … remembering that among the hustle and bustle is the invitation to accept love and enter a joy-filled space of peace and acceptance. It is from there that we can draw upon our hope to meet the challenges ahead and develop an “attitude of gratitude,” by counting our blessings and looking for the silver linings when hardships arise … all with the confidence that we have the continual, unconditional acceptance of our God. “Oh Come Emmanuel,” as we celebrate the birth of Jesus during this magical time of year, may we hold steadfast knowing just how much HE LOVES US.

We wish our Gator School Community and ALL a very Merry Christmas and continued blessings in 2020!

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Spanish Exchange Opportunity for our Current WCDSB Gr. 7 Students

Parents and Guardians of our CURRENT Gr. 7 Students,

Please find attached support materials to learn more about a very special learning opportunity available to our current Gr. 7’s students to take place during their Grade 8 school year 2010-2021.

KEY INFORMATION OUTLINED IN THE ATTACHED LETTER AND POWER-POINT

  • The program is being offered to our current grade 7 students with the exchange occurring during their grade 8 year.
  • Spanish language classes will be a mandatory element of the program prior to student travel to Spain with the goal of enhancing the overall experience.
  • Spanish students will come to our schools tentatively from September 26 to October 31, 2020.
  • WCDSB students will travel to Spain tentatively form February 19 to March 12, 2021.
  • A Chaperone from WCDSB will be present in Spain for the duration of the student’s stay.
  • PARENT AND STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHTS FOR THOSE INTERESTED ARE SCHEDULED FOR:
    • Tuesday January 7th, 2020 at St. Benedict C.S.S. beginning at 7:00 p.m. (Lecture Hall Rm. 100) 
    • Wednesday January 8th, 2020 at Resurrection C.S.S. beginning at 7:00 p.m. (Lecture Hall Rm. 100) 
    • A Ken’s Education Group representative will be co-presenting at these session
    • Please see support materials below for more information as well as be sure to attend the parent/student information nights if interested 

Spain – Spanish Exchange Presentation to Gr 7 Students

Spain – Gr. 7’s – Ken’s Parent Letter

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ALL WCDSB Schools are OPEN this WEEK – December 16-20th

The potential one day strike announced by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF) will NOT affect WCDSB elementary and secondary schools.

Our school will be OPEN as usual on Wednesday and running on a normal schedule.

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Gator Gab – Week #16 – Dec. 16-20, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #16 – Dec. 16 – 20, 2019

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

Week #3 of Advent 2019 – Theme “JOY”

Advent is a season observed in our Catholic Faith Tradition as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Advent is a word or term that in Latin, means “coming.” Advent is a special time filled with HOPE, ANTICIPATION and PREPARATION as we prepare our hearts and homes for the “coming” or birth of our Lord. As we light the 3rd candle in our advent wreath, we are reminded that the the THEME for this week is JOY. Where might there be a need for more JOY in our world, our communities, our homes – let us work toward renewing the JOY that is made possible by the birth of Jesus.

Blessed Sacrament Parish News – Kitchener  

St.Vincent De Paul Christmas 2019 

Extra hands are needed to assist with delivery of Christmas hampers on Saturday December 21 at 9:00am from the parish centre. If you can lend a helping hand, please arrive by 8:50am. No need to call the office.

Christmas Pageant 

December 24 at 4:30pm

Christmas Vigil

December 24 at 5:00pm and 8:00pm

Christmas Day Masses

December 25

Midnight, 9:00am and 11:00am

OLOG Christmas Concert 2019 was WONDERFUL!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/18s6exChbRvKSWEOB3dHGOsn6z7A-lwm0/view?usp=sharing

Our Gator STUDENTS and the SPIRIT of Christmas was truly celebrated this past Friday (December 13th). The singing, dancing and celebration of Jesus as the reason for the Season was fantastic and Santa and his Elves and Reindeer were very close by also. Thanks Ms. Pagett, Mrs. Davey, and so many other staff, students and parents who helped make this concert such a HUGE SUCCESS! And thank you parents, grandparents and visitors for attending to make this day so special!

Gator Staff Christmas “Carpool Karaoke”

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lfF0PgIu_XcQLs4FfKeXBwxeEKHU_beT/view?usp=sharing

Our AWESOME Gator Staff Team got together to share a Christmas video for our SUPER Students to enjoy … We shared this with them at our Christmas Concert Dress Rehearsal Show – was so much fun and is safe to say that there is no shortage of Christmas Spirit in the SWAMP! Go Gators!

APH 008: Inclement Weather Procedures

Below is a summary of important points regarding our school board policies related to Inclement Weather. Please reference this policy for detailed information regarding cancellations and early dismissals.
  • We will reference weather.ca for accurate forecasts using PointCast location. You can also check this information from home. Simply type in the postal code for the school (N2E 1R9) and get localized information.
  • When the temperature (including windchill or “feels like”) is –14°C or warmer students will be outside for the entire duration of recess.
  • When the temperature (including windchill or “feels like”) is –15°C to—19°C students will be limited to 20 minutes of outdoor time at a time.
  • When the temperature (including windchill or “feels like”) is –20°C or colder students will be kept indoors.
It is critical that students be dressed appropriately for Canadian winter! Our time outside can be as great source of FUN! Mother nature often drops a great deal of snow throughout the winter and the students love to create and build, but of course, they need to be dressed for it – please ensure that if your child comes to school, that he/she is ready to be outside. 
  • Please make sure your child has a hat, mitts/ gloves, snow pants, winter coat, boots. If you need assistance providing this for your child we are happy to help out.
Click the following link for the AP Policy Memo:

 

Inclement Weather Procedures

School Bus Cancellations due to Inclement Weather

All arrangements and decisions regarding student transportation are coordinated by Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region. For detailed information regarding the procedures for Inclement Weather and Student Transportation decisions please refer to the following link:

 

 STSWR Inclement Weather 2019-20 .

 

It is extremely important for parents/ guardians to subscribe to the STSWR email notification service to be informed of any delays to your child’s transportation. Please do not call the school when your child’s bus is running late as we have no control over transportation delays. We subscribe to the STSWR Twitter feed and email notifications and therefore, receive the same updates as families through this subscription service. Please add this subscription to your personal email service to receive up to date information.

The Umbrella Project Theme for December: Cognitive Flexibility

The new Umbrella Project Theme for the month of December is Cognitive Flexibility. Cognitive Flexibility is the ability to: change our strategies when we face new and unexpected conditions in the environment; solve problems in new situations; make sense of the unexpected; switch tasks easily; shift and change our thoughts as needed in a situation; and being able to think flexibly. This is a very important skill to master in order to be innovative. Cognitive Thinking is further explained in the video attached in the link below. Watch for further tips all month in future Dragon Updates.

 

Cognitive Flexibility 

ECO/WE Team News – Used BATTERIES collected for safe disposal and the Zinc saves lives initiative 

OLOG’s Ecoteam and WE Team are starting the battery drive again for the year. If you have old batteries at home, please send them to the school and we will ensure that they are properly recycled. Each classroom has a bag for battery collection. This initiative is not only helping our environment, but we are also taking part in the “Zinc Saves Lives” initiative. For more information, please visit: https://www.teck.com/responsibility/global-citizenship/zinc-and-health/.

Kitchener Community Centre News 

The City of Kitchener is offering some holiday programs from December 23rd – January 3rd.  These are registered programs offering fun games and activities run by City of Kitchener Camp Staff.  Cost is $5/per child/per program.  Please see attached two posters for more information about this Holiday Programming.

Complete Winter Offerings poster

CHCC – Holiday Programming Poster

WCDSB Director’s Annual Report

Link:  https://annual.wcdsb.ca

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK … This Week is Christmas Spirit Week! Each Day will be a FUN Dress Up Theme for all staff and students … what a magical time of year! 

Monday, December 16th 

  • Wacky Christmas Hair Day
  • Christmas Craft Rotations – Gr. 1-3
  • JK/SK (Room 12) – Spreading Christmas cheer at the Village of Winston Park Retirement Home

Tuesday, December 17th 

  • Christmas Shirt or Sweater Day
  • School Advent Mass – 9:25 a.m.
  • Spirit Wear Arrives Today – will be sent home with students either today or tomorrow

Wednesday, December 18th

  • Christmas Red/Green Day
  • Popcorn Sales – being sold at lunch today. Cost: $1.25/bag – please bring exact change

Thursday, December 19th

  • Christmas Sock/Leggings Day
  • Gr. 2 trip to Waterloo Region Museum
  • Pizza Lunch today – for those students who ordered through School Cash Online for December/January

Friday, December 20th

  • Christmas Head-wear Day – Santa Hats, Elf Hats, and Christmas Headbands 
  • LAST Day before Christmas Break – we will see all of our Gators back in the Swamp on Mon., Jan. 6th, 2020

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … Please Mark these dates in your calendar

  • December 23, 2019 – January 3, 2020 – Christmas Break
  • January 6 – Return to school
  • January 17 – Sibling Picture Day and Grad Pictures (Gr. 8 and SK’s)
  • January 24 – PD Day – Assessment and Evaluation (Report Cards)
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Gator Gab – Week #15 – Dec. 9-13, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #15 – Dec. 9 – 13, 2019

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

Week #2 of Advent 2019 – Oh Come Oh Come, Emmanuel

Advent is a season observed in our Catholic Faith Tradition as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Advent is a word or term that in Latin, means “coming.” Advent is a special time filled with HOPE, ANTICIPATION and PREPARATION as we prepare our hearts and homes for the “coming” or birth of our Lord. As we light the 2nd candle in our advent wreath, we are reminded that the the THEME for this week is PEACE. Where might there be a need for more peace in our world, our communities, our homes – let us work toward renewing the PEACE in these places as we make every effort to prepare for the birth of Jesus.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9QxQI-D7nQ

Blessed Sacrament Parish News 

http://www.blessed-sacrament.ca/current%20news/

Blessed Sacrament Parish hosts an Angel Tree also – together we work toward meeting the needs within our community. Our society faces a dilemma every year for those children ages 7 to 15. Most gifts are for the smaller children. To help us meet the needs in this age group, we would suggest:

•           Gift cards from Walmart, Movie Theatres and Local Malls are extremely useful.

We will be collecting items in our box at the back of the church. Gift card can be dropped off in the office from November 14 – December 12

REMINDER: The Blessed Sacrament Children’s Christmas Pageant will take place on Dec 24 @4:30pm

Blessed Sacrament upcoming events link:

http://www.blessed-sacrament.ca/upcoming%20events/

SVDP Food Bank @ Blessed Sacrament Parish – CALL 519-580-0411 (Lee Hannon)

We are a community that looks out for each other – AWESOME! We know you help others often and maybe you need a little help at this time?

If you need a little help at Christmas, the Blessed Sacrament SVDP Food Bank is there the HELP… Just call Lee at 519-580-0411 – they are there to help!

APH 008: Inclement Weather Procedures

Below is a summary of important points regarding our school board policies related to Inclement Weather. Please reference this policy for detailed information regarding cancellations and early dismissals.
  • We will reference weather.ca for accurate forecasts using PointCast location. You can also check this information from home. Simply type in the postal code for the school (N2E 1R9) and get localized information.
  • When the temperature (including windchill or “feels like”) is –14°C or warmer students will be outside for the entire duration of recess.
  • When the temperature (including windchill or “feels like”) is –15°C to—19°C students will be limited to 20 minutes of outdoor time at a time.
  • When the temperature (including windchill or “feels like”) is –20°C or colder students will be kept indoors.
It is critical that students be dressed appropriately for Canadian winter! Our time outside can be as great source of FUN! Mother nature often drops a great deal of snow throughout the winter and the students love to create and build, but of course, they need to be dressed for it – please ensure that if your child comes to school, that he/she is ready to be outside. 
  • Please make sure your child has a hat, mitts/ gloves, snow pants, winter coat, boots. If you need assistance providing this for your child we are happy to help out.
Click the following link for the AP Policy Memo:

 

Inclement Weather Procedures

School Bus Cancellations due to Inclement Weather

All arrangements and decisions regarding student transportation are coordinated by Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region. For detailed information regarding the procedures for Inclement Weather and Student Transportation decisions please refer to the following link:

 

 STSWR Inclement Weather 2019-20 .

 

It is extremely important for parents/ guardians to subscribe to the STSWR email notification service to be informed of any delays to your child’s transportation. Please do not call the school when your child’s bus is running late as we have no control over transportation delays. We subscribe to the STSWR Twitter feed and email notifications and therefore, receive the same updates as families through this subscription service. Please add this subscription to your personal email service to receive up to date information.

ECO/WE Team News – Used BATTERIES collected for safe disposal and the Zinc saves lives initiative 

OLOG’s Ecoteam and WE Team are starting the battery drive again for the year. If you have old batteries at home, please send them to the school and we will ensure that they are properly recycled. Each classroom has a bag for battery collection. This initiative is not only helping our environment, but we are also taking part in the “Zinc Saves Lives” initiative. For more information, please visit: https://www.teck.com/responsibility/global-citizenship/zinc-and-health/.

2019 Angel Tree Toy Drive – Thanks for sharing the JOY of Christmas! Our Toy Drive ends this week on Friday (Dec. 13th) 

Supporting Families in our community via the SVDP (Blessed Sacrament Church)

Our Lady of Grace’s Toy Drive during the Christmas Advent Season for the less fortunate families in our community continues.

The Angel Tree is on display in our foyer. We welcome anyone to pick an Angel off the tree.  Each Angel has the age and gender of a child you will be helping.  St. Vincent de Paul Society will be picking up the gifts on Friday, December 13, 2019.  Please bring an unwrapped gift back to the school along with the Angel by Thursday, December 12th. Please note gift cards for any store/theatre are extremely useful for any age. Students are to bring the unwrapped gift to the main office and will then be invited to turn on one of our Christmas tree lights.

We thank you for your generosity and support of families in our community during this blessed time of year.

Kitchener Community Centre News 

The City of Kitchener is offering some holiday programs from December 23rd – January 3rd.  These are registered programs offering fun games and activities run by City of Kitchener Camp Staff.  Cost is $5/per child/per program.  Please see attached two posters for more information about this Holiday Programming.

Complete Winter Offerings poster

CHCC – Holiday Programming Poster

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK … 

Monday, December 9th 

  • Our Gator Spirit Wear Orders are due to arrive this week!

Tuesday, December 10th 

  • Reflecting on the meaning of Week 2’s Advent Theme … PEACE

Wednesday, December 11th

  • Spirit Day!  Wear your school colours/spirit wear today!
  • Choir Rehearsal – lunch recess
  • Popcorn Sales – being sold at lunch today. Cost: $1.25/bag – please bring exact change

Thursday, December 12th

  • Angel Tree Toy Drive – LAST day for donations — thank you for your generosity!
  • Pizza Lunch today – for those students who ordered through School Cash Online for December/January

Friday, December 13th

 

  • Christmas Concerts Today – Parent AM show – 9:25 a.m., Parent PM show 1:10 p.m.
  • Gator Toy Drive Gifts picked up by SVDP – THANKS Gator families for sharing your kindness, generosity and the SPIRIT of CHRISTmas so that other children may benefit during this wonderful time of year!

 

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … Please Mark these dates in your calendar

  • December 16 – Christmas Craft Rotations – Gr. 1-3 and the beginning of FUN Christmas Spirit Day Week
  • December 16 – Wacky Christmas Hair Day
  • December 17 – Christmas Shirt/Sweater Day
  • December 17 – School Advent Mass – 9:25 a.m.
  • December 18 – Red/Green Day
  • December 19 – Christmas Sock/Leggings Day
  • December 19 – Gr. 2 trip to Waterloo Region Museum
  • December 20 – Santa Hat/Christmas Headband Day
  • December 20 – Last Day before Christmas Break
  • December 23 – January 3 – Christmas Break
  • January 6 – Return to school
  • January 17 – Sibling Picture Day and Grad Pictures (Gr. 8 and SK’s)
  • January 24 – PD Day – Assessment and Evaluation (Report Cards)
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WCDSB Schools are OPEN tomorrow – Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

As you may have heard, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF) has announced plans for a one-day strike on Wednesday, December 4, 2019.

Our WCDSB schools OPEN December 4th, 2019

 

OSSTF does not represent any staff working in our elementary and secondary schools, therefore all Waterloo Catholic District School Board elementary and secondary schools will be open and running on their normal schedules tomorrow.

 

WCDSB teaching staff are represented by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA), and negotiations with the province are still on-going. We are hopeful the two sides will reach a fair and respectful collective agreement.

 

However, OSSTF does represent some staff working at our St. Louis Adult Learning and Continuing Education Centres, and the one day strike will result in the following programs and services being CLOSED on December 4:

·         English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at all campuses.

·         Language Instruction for New Canadians (LINC) classes at all campuses.

·         Literacy Basic Skills (LBS) classes – also known as CorE classes – at all campuses.

·         Spots for Tots childcare and LINC Childminding sites at both the both the Downtown Kitchener Main Campus and the Highland Road campus.

PLEASE NOTE: All other St. Louis programs will be running on normal schedules.

 

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Gator Gab – Week #14 – Dec. 2-6, 2019

Gator Gab – Week at a Glance – Week #14 – Dec. 2 – 6, 2019

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

Advent 2019 – Oh Come Oh Come, Emmanuel

Advent is a season observed in our Catholic Faith Tradition as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Advent is a word or term that in Latin, means “coming.” Advent is a special time filled with HOPE, ANTICIPATION and PREPARATION as we prepare our hearts and homes for the “coming” or birth of our Lord.

https://bustedhalo.com/video/watch-advent-two-minutes

Blessed Sacrament Parish News 

The Blessed Sacrament Children’s Christmas Pageant will take place on Dec 24 @4:30pm

Blessed Sacrament upcoming events link:

http://www.blessed-sacrament.ca/upcoming%20events/

SVDP Food Bank @ Blessed Sacrament Parish – CALL 519-580-0411 (Lee Hannon)

We are a community that looks out for each other – AWESOME! We know you help others often and maybe you need a little help at this time?

If you need a little help at Christmas, the Blessed Sacrament SVDP Food Bank is there the HELP… Just call Lee at 519-580-0411 – they are there to help!

The Umbrella Project’s DECEMBER THEME is “Cognitive Flexibility”

The new Umbrella Project Theme for the month of December is Cognitive Flexibility. Cognitive Flexibility is the ability to: change our strategies when we face new and unexpected conditions in the environment; solve problems in new situations; make sense of the unexpected; switch tasks easily; shift and change our thoughts as needed in a situation; and being able to think flexibly. This is a very important skill to master in order to be innovative. Cognitive Thinking is further explained in the video attached in the link below. Watch for further tips all month in future Gator Updates.

ECO/WE Team News

OLOG’s Ecoteam and WE Team are starting the battery drive again for the year. If you have old batteries at home, please send them to the school and we will ensure that they are properly recycled. Each classroom has a bag for battery collection. This initiative is not only helping our environment, but we are also taking part in the “Zinc Saves Lives” initiative. For more information, please visit: https://www.teck.com/responsibility/global-citizenship/zinc-and-health/.

Spirit Wear Orders are Coming! Week of Dec. 9th 

Good News Gators!  Our supplier has advised that we can expect to receive our spirit wear orders in the swamp during the week of December 9th!  Watch for items coming home that week.

2019 Angel Tree Toy Drive – Thanks for sharing the JOY of Christmas!

Supporting Families in our community via the SVDP (Blessed Sacrament Church)

Our Lady of Grace’s Toy Drive during the Christmas Advent Season for the less fortunate families in our community continues.

The Angel Tree is on display in our foyer. We welcome anyone to pick an Angel off the tree.  Each Angel has the age and gender of a child you will be helping.  St. Vincent de Paul Society will be picking up the gifts on Friday, December 13, 2019.  Please bring an unwrapped gift back to the school along with the Angel by Thursday, December 12th. Please note gift cards for any store/theatre are extremely useful for any age. Students are to bring the unwrapped gift to the main office and will then be invited to turn on one of our Christmas tree lights.

We thank you for your generosity and support of families in our community during this blessed time of year.

Our Popular “OLOG Christmas Concert” will take place on Friday, December 13th – 2 shows

Parents, a communication was sent out earlier this week regarding our annual OLOG Christmas Concert on Friday, Dec. 13th. As you are aware, our school is growing and to accommodate our families, we will be presenting both an AM and PM show so that we can fit all who wish to attend in the GYM as we celebrate the magic of Christmas and the true meaning for the season! The AM Show will begin at 9:25 AM and the PM Show will begin at 1:10 PM.  If you have not already done so, we would ask that you please sign in to School Cash Online (https://wcdsb.schoolcashonline.com/) and complete the Christmas Concert form for your oldest/only child (choose the option for the show that applies to your family) – this form is only available for completion until 11:59 p.m. tonight (Sunday, December 1, 2019).

EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK … 

Monday, December 2nd 

  • Angel Tree Toy Drive – continues this week

Tuesday, December 3rd

  • Benjamin Tree Farm Visit (Grade 1’s and Room 4)

Wednesday, December 4th

  • Safety Village Trip (AM) – Gr. 6 and Gr. 5/6
  • Spirit Day!  Wear your school colours/spirit wear today!
  • Choir Rehearsal – lunch recess
  • Popcorn Sales – being sold at lunch today. Cost: $1.25/bag – please bring exact change

Thursday, December 5th

  • Vision Screening – ALL SK students in the Library
  • Pizza Lunch today – for those students who ordered through School Cash Online for December/January

Friday, December 6th

  • PD Day – No school for students and NO EXTENDED DAY today

LOOKING AHEAD BEYOND THIS WEEK … Please Mark these dates in your calendar

  • December 11 – Choir Rehearsal – 12:15
  • December 12 – Last day for Angel Tree Toy donations
  • December 13 – Christmas Concert – Parent AM show – 9:25 a.m., Parent PM show 1:10 p.m.
  • December 16 – Christmas Craft Rotations – Gr. 1-3 and the beginning of FUN Christmas Spirit Day Week
  • December 16 – Wacky Christmas Hair Day
  • December 17 – Christmas Shirt/Sweater Day
  • December 17 – School Advent Mass – 9:25 a.m.
  • December 18 – Red/Green Day
  • December 19 – Christmas Sock/Leggings Day
  • December 19 – Gr. 2 trip to Waterloo Region Museum
  • December 20 – Santa Hat/Christmas Headband Day
  • December 20 – Last Day before Christmas Break
  • December 23 – January 3 – Christmas Break
  • January 6 – Return to school
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