Jun 28
June 27


Here is the last week at a glance for the 2020-2021 school year.  We are hoping that this has been a great year of learning and personal development for all our students. We know that this year has been a very different year than many were expecting or what has been experienced here in the past.  We truly appreciate all the great work students have accomplished and the support parents have given. Congratulations to our grade 9 class who will be moving on to high school.  In Friday’s Farewell Assembly Mr. Leavitt and Mr. Toews with farewell speeches, an amazing video of the students and teachers, and each grade 9 student was gifted with a book “The Three Questions” with personal messages from the staff.  Grade 9 students who did not receive this book can pick it up at the main office on Monday.

Final Report Cards are now available to view online through myCBE PowerSchool​. Paper copies are no longer distributed. If you are having difficulty viewing the report card please call the front office for assistance. 

Appeals day is Tuesday, June 29.  If you have questions about your child’s report card, you can contact your child’s classroom teacher between the hours of 8:30 and noon on Tuesday by calling the school or sending an email to the teacher.

Monday June 28th is the last day of school for students.   Dismissal is at noon. Students should come prepared to remove all of their personal belongings.  Anything left behind will be donated to Goodwill. 

Infinity Garden - We recognize that some families required greater clarity following Monday’s assembly.  In Friday’s assembly we made efforts to emphasize and remind students of saa’kokoto’s (Elder Randy Bottle) encouraging words that everyone is welcome in the garden.  The short assembly included the activity of planting sage seeds which will eventually be planted in the Infinity Garden, Medicine Wheel area. 

Physical Education Classes / School Swag   An online store will be open until July 11th for students to purchase a brand new gym strip for the 2021-22 school year. It is not mandatory that students wear these shirts and shorts but we recognize that many students prefer to. Please note that students will have the choice to wear their own athletic clothing in place of our SJAM clothing for P.E. class. 
1. To access the Sir John A Macdonald Gym Clothing Store, please go to: https://beastinc.ca/
2. In the upper right corner, click on the “Find My Store”.
3. Choose Sir John A Macdonald School store.
4. If this is your first visit, you will be asked to Register. This ensures your security and privacy. 
5. Once you are in the store, select the product you would like information and product description of. Place your order and pay as per the instructions.
6. This online store closes July 11th. No orders will be accepted after midnight July 11th.
7. Product will be available to pick up from the School at the beginning of Sept. via the Phys Ed Dept.

Calgary Regional Consortium has some wonderful summer learning opportunities for parents and caregivers

Please checkout the poster
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 to contact Tannis and Christina from the City of Calgary to learn more about the Huntington Hills community.

Closer to Home  resources available to support families.

City of Calgary Supports for Individuals check out the many available resources for families. 

We hope you are having a terrific weekend and finding a place to cool down in the hot weather!
Darren, Andrea and Cat

Jun 21
June 20


Happy Father’s Day to all fathers and father figures, past and present.  We would also like to acknowledge that today is the summer solstice, we hope you have been enjoying the activities and events that are happening around you.

We are entering the last full week of the school year.  A reminder that Monday is a full day and the following days are half days.  Students will be going through a modified schedule, which we have placed below:  

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Some housekeeping items to remember:

Students need to have all textbooks and library books returned to the Learning Commons. 
If your student borrowed a computer and has yet to return it, the computer needs to be returned to Mr. Bliss in the LC by this Monday (June 21, 2021). There will be a small reward for students who return their computer on Monday.
Students are reminded that appropriate and respectful clothing is still expected with the hot weather, and masks are still mandatory.
June is Indigenous History Month

Sunday, June 20th is Summer Solstice

Elder Randy Bottle (saa’kokoto) shared with us solstice is a time of renewal and connection. Many of us are looking forward to renewing our spirits this summer and making connections with family and friends after so much time with Covid-19 restrictions. Look for ways to connect to the land as well. 

Summer is a season of abundance. Flowers and plants are growing and we look forward to harvesting those vegetables and fruits we may be growing in our gardens. Elder saa’kokoto reminds us to “harvest life itself - the things we experience make us who we are.” 

So look to the east on Sunday, to greet the sun (Na’toosi) and allow gratitude to enter your thoughts for the summer gifts.  We encourage you to tweet a picture or a thought using the following hashtag #greetingnatoosi.

Monday, June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day

Interested in Exploring Historical Indigenous sites in Calgary?  Check out this interesting event​ 

Check out the many FREE available programs for all ages this summer through the City of Calgary at Summer City of Calgary Programs​​

Jun 14
June 13


We hope you are enjoying the green and blooming of flowers that have arrived from all the rain this past week and are looking forward to the warmth that has been forecasted for the week ahead. For many students, the countdown to the end of the year has begun with the promise of good weather.
June is Indigenous History Month
Award winning author, speaker and consultant, Monique Gray Smith​, released a video that may be useful for parents or guardians when taking up the discussion of residential schools. Monique has suggestions for the tender conversations in addition to strategies and lists of authors to read and/or listen to.
Monique notes “the strategies are not totally in-depth, but will guide steps forward. Sometimes the journey is not for us as Indigenous people to provide the light for all the paths, but to support the journey and guide people to light their own ways”. 
Calgary Public Library

Indigenous Storytime - Online
This fun and interactive Indigenous Family Storytime is available for all ages. You will read stories by Indigenous authors and  learn some rhymes and words.
When: Friday June 25th 10:30 – 11:00 am (space is limited). Register with your library card here.
Summer Solstice

Sunday June 20, 2021
Summer is a time when Grandfather Sun will soon travel to the most northernmost part of the sky giving us the longest day hour of the year. Indigenous People refer to this as Summer Solstice. Did you know that June is the month when we accumulate the most rain? This is also when the new moon arrives. It is a time of year that we look forward to green grass and abundant growth of our plant and new young animal relatives.
Celebrate with the Summer Solstice Festival where you will find a virtual POW WOW where drummers and dancers compete for prize money. Round one is from June 14-17th 2:00 10:00 am – 6:00 pm MST on the Social Distance Powwow Facebook group.  You can also try culinary workshops, creation (craft) workshops and an Indigenous marketplace
Flourishing Life

Guiding Principles of a Strengths-Based Approach:
All students are trying to do the best they can with what they have learned and experienced to date.
All students want to be successful, explore the world around them and contribute in positive ways.
Upcoming important dates
June is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous People’s Day
June 22, 23, 24, 25 and 28 are all noon dismissal days.  June 28 is the last day of school for students.

"How good are you at problem solving? Want to compete in a unique challenge with a team of your friends to solve puzzles and win prizes?  
Register for the Sunshine Team Challenge, an online contest run by Sunshine Education for junior high students coming up on June 25, 4-7pm! The contest will have sections for math, science, and English language arts, with puzzle-style questions that will challenge your creativity and problem-solving skills. The contest is open to teams of 2-4 students in grades 7-9, and the team that collects the most points across all subjects will win some gift cards from Righteous Gelato!
This contest is hosted by Sunshine Education, a Calgary student-led non-profit that runs events for students to develop a love for learning. For more information on the contest and how to register, visit https://sunshine-education.com/events/.​ Register by June 19!"

We hope you had a great weekend.
Darren, Andrea, & Cat

Jun 07
June 6


This past week has been emotional for our staff and students at SJAM.  We would like to thank Kelly Hackman, our Indigenous Education Strategist who led us through some educational lessons and activities to honour all Indigenous Peoples who have been impacted by the Residential School System.   Hundreds of messages of hope and condolences from SJAM staff and students​ are attached to our fence.  If you would like to add a message from your family please email it to Kelly Hackman at klhackman@cbe.ab.ca or you are welcome to call her at 403-777-7670 ext 2048. The messages will remain for the duration of Indigenous History Month.

Throughout the coming month, we will continue to discuss what actions students can take in support of the children, families and communities suffering this tragedy. Additionally, we encourage you to answer your child’s questions in an open and honest manner and within the context of your families' beliefs and values. As a school, and a member of the larger Calgary Board of Education community, we are committed to fostering a safe, caring, and welcoming learning environment for all students. We are also committed to acknowledging and supporting the implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action for a better Canada for all of us.  If you want to know more about residential schools in Canada see the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation website here​.
Flourishing Life

Guiding Principles of a Strengths-Based Approach:

All students have unique strengths and the ability to thrive in successful ways.

It is the unique strengths of students that will determine their success and define who they are.

Student survey

SJAM School will be participating once again in an online school perception survey for students called the OurSCHOOL Student Survey. Please find the details of the survey implementation below:

Who: Grade 7,8,9

When: June 8,9/2021

Where: In school computer lab (HUB students online)

Why: to measure student engagement, increase student involvement & sense of belonging at school

 About the OurSCHOOL Student Survey:
●               Allows students to share their feedback anonymously on their experiences at school, school environment, and school improvement programs. 
●               Based on their feedback, students have the opportunity to be involved in action plans fostering increased student engagement
●               Participation in the survey is voluntary, however, all students are encouraged to participate.
●               The time required to complete the survey may vary, but it is designed to be completed in approximately 35-40 minutes.

 Survey measures include such topics as behaviours and attitudes linked to student success, emotional and social well-being and physical health. For more information about the OurSCHOOL Student Survey, please visit The Learning Bar’s website: www.thelearningbar.com.
If you have questions or would like to request more information about SJAM’s upcoming implementation of the OurSCHOOL Student Survey, please contact Ryan MacLeod at rjmacleod@cbe.ab.ca 
Upcoming important dates

June is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous People’s Day

June 22, 23, 24, 25 and 28 are all noon dismissal days.  June 28 is the last day of school for students.

Carya offers Financial Wellness services to Calgarians in either a one-on-one coaching session or in a group to:

-          Build practical money management skills
-          Improve savings habits
-          Increase financial knowledge
-          Build confidence and sense control over money
-          Grow assets

These services are offered at NO COST. 
We hope you are having a restful weekend,
Darren, Andrea & Cat

May 31
May 30


It has been wonderful having students back in the building this week.  We are happy to report that the transition back to in-person school has been going well.  With the improvement in the weather and the end of the year coming quickly we are reminding students to continue being engaged in their learning. Teachers will continue to place classwork to d2L and put information about assessment into PowerSchool should you or your student need information.  

We would like to take this time to thank all those who returned the guitars and computers that were leant out, and remind if your student did borrow a computer or guitar for online learning can you please return the item to school if it hasn’t been returned already.  

With the weather ever changing we are reminding students to be prepared for the possibility of rain, sleet, and/or snow and that there is still the expectation that all students dress in a manner that is appropriate and respectful, as per CBE Administrative Regulation 6010​. Students are also reminded to be wearing their masks while in school.  
Grade 8 and 9 Options for 2021-2022

Grade 7 and 8 students are now able to select their options for next year.  An email has gone home with the information.  Your student will need to enter PowerSchool to make these selections: https://sis.cbe.ab.ca/public/home.html​  The ability to make selections will close on Friday June 4th, please remind your student to complete this during this week.
Grade 9 Farewell Video
We have recently sent out an email to all grade 9 students with instructions on how they can be a part of a farewell video that we will be creating. It requests students to submit a short video of themselves that we will compile together and then share the finished video to the grade 9 student body through D2L at the end of the year. Please remind your child to check their CBE Gmail for the message, which you can also refer to for more details.
Flourishing Life

Guiding Principles of a Strengths-Based Approach:

Positive change occurs in the context of unconditional and authentic relationships.

What a student thinks about themselves is more important than what others might think.
National Census

You may have heard that the 2021 Census is underway. It has been a challenging year for families, and the census might seem like another thing on your busy to-do list. However, we would like to encourage you to complete your census, if you haven’t already done so. Census data helps governments at all levels plan for schools, transportation, community centres, libraries and recreational activities. Data from the 2021 Census will be even more crucial, because it will help to evaluate the impact of the pandemic and to better plan for the future. You can quickly and easily complete your census questionnaire at www.census.gc.ca using the access code you received in the mail. If you need assistance, or would like to have a paper (or alternate format) questionnaire, please call the Census Help Line at 1-855-340-2021. Thank you for doing your part to help plan for a better future for all Canadians. 
Upcoming Dates and Events

June 2: CBE and SJAM are supporting Alberta Red Shirt day.
“Red Shirt Day (for AccessAbility and Inclusion) is a day when people across Canada come together and wear red – in schools, workplaces and spaces everywhere in order to create a visible display of solidarity. By wearing red you will show your support for persons and families who are living with disabilities, celebrate the achievements of people living with disabilities, and pledge your commitment to help create a fully accessible and inclusive society that honours and values the contributions of people of all abilities in all aspects of life in Canada.” Red Shirt Day​

We would love your support in promoting AccessAbility and inclusion by asking school staff and students to wear red on June 2.
June is Indigenous History Month Across Canada, the month of June is recognized as Indigenous History Month – a time to recognize the contributions, history, and diversity of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples in Canada while acknowledging the incredible strength, vibrancy, and knowledge that lives in Indigenous communities and community members. Canada also recognizes June 21st specifically to be National Indigenous Peoples Day – a day for all peoples in Canada to celebrate and honour Indigenous Peoples. This day was symbolically chosen to land on or near the summer solstice because of the solstice’s significance to many Indigenous peoples. 
We hope you have had a great weekend.
Darren, Andrea & Cat​

May 25
May 24

​​Good afternoon SJAMMERS,

We are hoping that you have been enjoying the long weekend. We know the news that students are returning to in school learning is welcomed by some, but that there are some concerns for others. We are thrilled to have everyone back in the building on Tuesday! At SJAM, our staff is committed to continuing to work with students and families to ensure that learning is uninterrupted as much as possible and student safety is most important for the remainder of the year.
Thank you to everyone who responded to our School Development Plan.  We went from 3 responses to over 33 responses overnight.  We appreciate you taking the time to share your voice with us as it does make a difference in how we will approach our Plan for the next school year.  
If your student did borrow a computer or guitar for online learning can you please return it to the school this week. 
School Council

Our School Council AGM was held this past week. We are appreciative of the commitment of our executive over the past year.  A special thank you and appreciation goes to those who are leaving their roles - Jody C, Charlene B and Dionne T.  We still need some positions to be filled for next year’s council.  If you have any accounting experience please consider the treasurer position.  We also need a chair and vice chair (or 2 co-chairs) along with a secretary. Please send an email to sjam.council@gmail.com if you are interested in joining the school council executive.  Please see the following request from our co-chair Charlene B.
Yearbook Purchase Reminder

 We've got some great news. Our yearbook publisher has offered to provide us extra copies of the yearbook, beyond the number we committed to at the deadline in February. This means that you still have the opportunity to purchase your own copy of the 2021 SJAM Yearbook, if you were not able to already do so. Keep in mind that there are still limited copies and when we run out, that will be it, so take advantage of this opportunity before it's too late. In order to purchase your guaranteed copy, you will need to contact the office. 
Flourishing Life

Guiding Principles of a Strengths-Based Approach 
A strength-based approach that begins with “what is right” about a person rather than “what is wrong”.

Carya is a community service organization that is previously known as Calgary Family Services.  They have supports for families in all of the ever-changing phases of parenthood.  If you need support, call their intake line at 403-205-5244 or visit their website​.

We hope you are enjoying your looong weekend! 
Darren, Andrea & Cat

May 17
May 14


We are pleased with how well students have been staying the course with attendance and work completion.  Based on today’s knowledge we have 1 more week of online learning. 
Next week is a short week for students. Teachers will be engaged in professional development on Friday, May 21.  There will be no school that day for students while teachers attend the moo’kaaksin PD day, which means knowledge gathering in Blackfoot. 

We also want to share that our Grade 8s and 9s will be completing a CBE School Survey on May 18th during either their Math or Science class.

We have decided to send this WAG out on Sunday at noon.  Please give us your feedback on this change to let us know about future WAG communication.  
School Council

Please join us virtually for our School Council AGM meeting on Tuesday, May 18 at 6:30pm using Microsoft Teams. Mr. Jones, our Learning Leader for Physical Education classes will be sharing information on what is happening at the school and updates within the program of studies. This is also a very important AGM meeting where we determine positions for the School Council and the Fund Raising (Parent) Society for the upcoming school year.  Please consider these as one of the most important ways you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of CBE students, by participating on school councils. By connecting students, schools and your community, school councils help nurture and inspire students to achieve their full potential.

If you were unable to attend our previous Council meetings this year and would like to receive an invite to access this meeting, please send an email to sjam.council@gmail.com.
Yearbook Purchase Reminder
 We've got some great news. Our yearbook publisher has offered to provide us extra copies of the yearbook, beyond the number we committed to at the deadline in February. This means that you still have the opportunity to purchase your own copy of the 2021 SJAM Yearbook, if you were not able to already do so. Keep in mind that there are still limited copies and when we run out, that will be it, so take advantage of this opportunity before it's too late. In order to purchase your guaranteed copy, you will need to contact the office. 
Flourishing Life

Guiding Principles of a Strengths-Based Approach 
All students have unique strengths and the ability to thrive in successful ways.
What one focuses on (strengths or weaknesses) will become a student’s reality. 

We hope you are enjoying your weekend along with the wonderful weather. 
Darren, Andrea & Cat​

May 10
May 7


We had some beautiful weather this week and the grass is greener and growing because of the recent rain.  The Prairie Crocus (ki’piaapi in Blackfoot) has appeared on Nose Hill and people are even starting to mow their lawns in the surrounding Huntington Hills community - sure signs that spring has arrived!

At this point our students in the regular program will continue learning online at home until after the May long weekend, returning May 25.  Students in our ALP and TASC classes will resume with in-school learning and we welcome our PLP class back from their week of isolation on Monday.  It will be great to see their smiling faces again!  We wish all of the Mothers in the SJAM community a wonderful Mother’s Day and we hope you are all recognised by your families in a special and loving way.
School Development Plan Survey open

We know we make better decisions to support student learning when we build understanding and work together. That’s why we are sharing our school development plan and asking you to share your perspectives with us.  The survey is open from May 7 to May 21.

Please click here (link to survey) to complete the survey.  More information can be found on our website​
Grade 9 Math Opportunity - Get Ready for Grade 10 Math
Please view the opportunity presented to your grade 9 student in their math D2L shell.  Contact Mr. Bliss (rfbliss@cbe.ab.ca) to let him know if your student would like to register for this class.
School Council

School Council would like to let everyone know that the School Council Annual General Meeting is coming up on May 18, 2021 at 6:30. 
Upcoming Events and what has been happening around us
Next week there is EID al-Fatir, beginning May 12th at sunset.

Eid al-Fitr is an important Islamic holiday for our Muslim community.  This event marks the end of the blessed month of Ramadan. The exact dates of Ramadan change every year because the Islamic calendar is based on the cycles of the Moon. 
May is Asian Heritage Month

It is the time to celebrate and learn about the contributions of Asian-Canadians and people of Asian heritage from other countries. It is also the time to be extra proactive in learning about anti-Asian racism past and present. We all need to learn about how our past ties into our present. We would like to share some resources to help us do that:
Films about Asian Communities in Canada: Curated selection of films by the National Film Board of Canada
Great Reads to Combat Anti-Asian Racism: Books for children, teens, and adults at the Calgary Public Library
Events in Calgary: List of events hosted by the Asian Heritage Foundation
Events in Canada: List of events promoted by the CBC
Events in Asian Canadian History: Brief history of events in Canada. Canadian government website.
Reflecting on this week, we have been highlighting important dates in classes that have been acknowledged in Alberta as well as across Canada.  On May 5th, there was Hats on for Mental Health Day and also Red Dress Day.

On the first Wednesday in May, Albertans are invited to wear a hat to raise awareness of the importance of good mental health. With the challenges facing people during the pandemic a focus on mental health has become even more important. A couple of confidential supports that provide support and information  

Red Dress Day or the National Day of Awareness for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) and 2SLGBTQQIA was May 5th. Each year we honour those that are no longer with us by wearing a red dress, red shirt, or red ribbon. While there is not an exact number, thousands are presumed to have disappeared. Indigenous women account for 14% of female homicide victims despite making up only 5% of the population (Native Women’s Association of Canada, 2020). Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls is available here

Learn how Red Dress Day began in this video by visual Métis artist Jamie Black.
YMCA is offering FREE Outdoor Youth Programs for children ages 10-15 - details are in the flyer.
The Good Food Box Program, (GFB) is a program under the Community Kitchen Program of Calgary whereby anyone can purchase boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables at an affordable price. The Good Food Box Program offers a Hands Up approach as opposed to a Hands-Out. We offer all Calgarians and those in the surrounding areas, sustainable access to nutritious boxes of fruits and vegetables at an affordable price.   Ordering details are available here.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Darren, Andrea & Cat​

May 03
Apr 30


Staff and students have been busy interacting and learning over the past two weeks and are gearing up to continue with the online learning for the next two weeks. We are proud of the resilience and perseverance that the students are showing during this time of online learning. A reminder that attendance is taken at the beginning of every class and that students are to be engaged in class activities while online, check-ins with the teacher at the end of class are often required to ensure understanding.  Please reach out to your teacher if you have any questions or require any clarification.
We are looking forward to meeting our future grade 7 families at our Virtual Open House on Thursday, May 6 at 5:00 PM.

Thank you to all who participated in the Pipe Ceremony and Grandmother Tea Ceremony today. We trust you were able to take away some valuable teachings from the Elders and Knowledge Keepers.
Flourishing Life Spark terminology

Strengths-Based: An orientation and way of supporting others that focuses on innate strengths, capacity or resourcefulness and learning opportunities as opposed to weaknesses, failures and shortcomings.

Deficit-Based: An orientation and way of helping others by assessing and remediation of weaknesses or shortcomings in order to create normality or success.
School Council

School Council would  like to let everyone know that the School Council Annual General Meeting is coming up on May 18, 2021 at 6:30. 

Closer to Home is offering FREE Summer Camps for children ages 9-14 - details are in the flyer​.

We wish everyone well as we say goodbye to the month of April and welcome in the month of May. Have a great weekend!
Darren, Andrea and Cat

Apr 26
Apr 23


Thank you for your continued commitment to learning as we have completed our first of 2 weeks in the online environment.  We realise that most of our students prefer the face to face learning with their great teachers and we ask you to persevere and try your best online until you can come back to the building.  We do miss you all at the school!  

We were pleased to see that for most students the transition was a smooth one. We want to remind students that an online learning environment comes with certain responsibilities. It is important that we are considerate of everyone in the online classroom. At times words used, videos shared, and profile pictures selected have not demonstrated good judgement.  We want to ensure that everyone feels safe and respected. Please refer to the Digital Citizenship Expectations 

Important dates

Please remember that there are no classes on Monday, April 26th, 2021 as it is a PD day.

Flourishing Life Spark terminology

Resilience: The innate, self-writing capacity to draw upon one's personal and environmental strengths in ways that facilitates positive learning, personal growth, and competence to cope effectively with current and future life challenges.

Competence: The ability to do something successfully and efficiently.
School Council

School Council would like to let everyone know that the School Council Annual General Meeting is coming up on May 18, 2021 at 6:30.  Please see the letter​ for more information.
Calgary Police Services Feedback
School Resource Officers (SROs) are law enforcement officers with the Calgary Police Service who are placed in elementary and secondary schools. To find out more about them, visit this website: https://www.calgary.ca/cps/youth-programs-and-resources/school-resources/school-resource-officers.html

You are invited to contribute your thoughts on the SRO program in a variety of ways:

- Interactive Virtual Events
o   Students and young people – Register here
o   Parents and Guardians – Register here
o   Teachers and school staff – Register here

- Online Engagement Portal
o   Online tools for students and young people – Register here​

​- Written Submissions
o   Email - cpsengage@argylepr.com 

Your participation is important to helping us understand if the SRO program meets the needs of students and community.
If you have any questions or concerns about participating, please reach out to cpsengage@argylepr.com
Calgary Transit has indicated that April youth bus passes will be extended through the month of May in response to grades 7 - 12 moving to online learning.  More information is available at Calgary Transit

The Calgary Public Library will lend Chromebooks or laptops out for up to eight weeks.  Please see Calgary Library website link for more info.

Huntington Hills Community Association is offering youth Activity Camps this Summer.  Please see the poster​ for more details.
​Have a wonderful long weekend and try your best to get outside and endure the flurries, and the warmth that will arrive on Monday!  
Darren, Andrea and Cat​

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