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1 Diamond Lake School District Calendar AUGUST 18 Mon. Teachers' Institute 19 Tues. Teachers' Institute 20 Wed. FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS SEPTEMBER 01 Mon. Labor Day No School 25 Thurs. Non Attendance Day No School OCTOBER 02 Thurs. West Oak Middle School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:30 PM 07 Tues. West Oak Middle School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:00 PM 10 Fri. 1/2 Day Teacher Institute Early Student Dismissal 13 Mon. Columbus Day No School NOVEMBER 05 Wed. Diamond Lake School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:30 PM 06 Thurs. Diamond Lake School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:00 PM 07 Fri 1/2 Day Teacher Institute Early Student Dismissal 11 Tues. Veterans Day No School 12 Wed. Fairhaven School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:30 PM 13 Thurs. Fairhaven School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:00 PM 26 Wed. Parent Institute No School 27 Thurs. Thanksgiving Day No School 28 Fri. Non-Attendance Day No School DECEMBER Winter Break No School JANUARY Winter Break continues No School 05 Mon. First Day Back after Winter Break 19 Mon. Martin Luther King Day No School FEBRUARY 09 Mon. West Oak Middle School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:30 PM 11 Wed. West Oak Middle School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:00 PM 13 Fri. 1/2 Day Teacher Institute Early Student Dismissal 16 Mon. Presidents Day No School MARCH 04 Wed. Fairhaven School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:30 PM 05 Thurs. Fairhaven School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:00 PM 11 Wed. Diamond Lake School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:30 PM 12 Thurs. Diamond Lake School P/T Conferences 4:00 7:00 PM 20 Fri. Parent Institute No School Spring Break No School 30 Mon. First Day Back after Spring Break APRIL 02 Thurs. 1/2 Day Teacher Institute Early Student Dismissal 03 Fri. Non Attendance Day No School MAY 25 Mon. Memorial Day No School 29 Fri. Records Day No School JUNE 08 Mon. Last Day of School (May be reduced by any [5] unused emergency days to Monday, June 1,

2 Welcome to Diamond Lake School. The school staff strives to provide the best educational opportunities for your children. We believe students maximize their potential if the school staff, the students, and the parents work together as a team. We want all our students to realize and achieve their academic and social growth potential. The student planner is designed to help our students be organized. The student handbook is also part of the planner. School policies, procedures, and services are explained in the handbook portion of the planner. Fun facts, a spot for spelling words, and reading logs are also found in this planner. Please take a moment to review the contents of the planner and the student handbook with your child. We look forward to the school year with great excitement. Best wishes for a happy and rewarding school year! Sincerely, The Staff Diamond Lake School *Please return the bottom half of this page to your child s teacher within the first five days of school. We have read the student handbook and we understand and accept the rules and policies of Diamond Lake School and District 76. Student s Name Student s Signature Date Parent/Guardian s Name Parent/Guardian s Signature Date Classroom Teacher s name 2

3 I. ACADEMIC PROGRAM Our academic program combines a thorough development of the basic skills with activities designed to challenge each child intellectually. Instruction is differentiated in all academic areas in order for our students to reach their full potential. Our goal is to meet the academic needs of all of our students. ATTENDANCE/MAKE UP WORK Regular attendance is an essential part of the educational program for each child at Diamond Lake School. The only legal excuse for absence from school is illness or family emergency. Parents are required by law to see that their children attend school. Students with excessive unexcused absences will be reported to Project PASS. Sick children should remain at home to speed their recovery and to protect their classmates and school staff from illness. Please do not send your child to school with a note requesting that they stay in from recess. The general rule is that if they are well enough to attend school, they should be well enough to attend recess and other special events. When your child is absent you are required to call the school ( ) before 9:30 A.M. to tell us your child will not be in school. If you do not call, a school secretary will call you. We will not accept requests for schoolwork until the student has been absent for more than 2 days. Please request the work when you call to inform the school your child will be absent by 9:30 A.M. The work will be left on the office counter for pick-up at 3:00 PM. We cannot honor requests after that time. Requests for make-up work need not be made for a one or two day absence. This work can be done once the child returns to school. Family trips are considered unexcused absences during days when school is in session. Good learning is best achieved in the classroom environment. Worksheet packets are not a substitute for quality teaching. Consequently, when a student is out of school for a long period of time, we will not send work along that is designed to maintain our regular program. No teacher will provide assignments in advance. However, the student will be held accountable for missed work and may only receive credit for tests or papers which are completed and submitted to the teacher within the same number of days the student was out of school. GRADING AND PROMOTION The Superintendent shall establish a system of grading and reporting academic achievement to students and their parents and guardians. The system shall also determine when promotion requirements and graduation requirements are met. The decision to promote a student to the next grade level shall be based on successful completion of the curriculum, attendance, and local or state assessments. A student shall not be promoted based upon age or any other social reason not related to academic performance. The administration shall determine remedial assistance for a student who is not promoted. Every teacher shall maintain an evaluation record for each student in the teacher s classroom. A District administrator cannot change the final grade assigned by the teacher without notifying the teacher. Reasons for changing a student s final grade include: 1. a miscalculation of test scores; 2. a technical error in assigning a particular grade or score; 3. the teacher agrees to allow the student to do extra work that may impact the grade; 4. an inappropriate grading system used to determine the grade; or 5. an inappropriate grade based on an appropriate grading system. Should a grade change be made, the administrator making the change must sign the changed record. CALIFICACIONES Y LA PROMOCIÓN El Superintendente establecerá un sistema de calificar y de reportar el logro académico a los estudiantes y a sus padres y guardianes. El sistema también determinará cuando los requisitos para la promoción y la graduación se han logrado. La decisión de pasar un 3

4 estudiante al siguiente nivel de grado escolar será basada en los resultados satisfactorios en el aprendizaje del plan de estudios, su asistencia escolar y los resultados que el estudiante logre en los exámenes escolares de nuestro distrito, así como en los estatales. No promoverán a un estudiante por su edad o alguna otra razón social no relacionada con los logros académicos. La administración determinará la ayuda adicional para un estudiante que no se promueva. Cada maestra/maestro mantendrá un expediente de evaluación de cada estudiante en su salón. Un administrador del Distrito no puede cambiar la calificación final de un estudiante sin notificar a la maestra/el maestro. Los motivos para cambiar la calificación final de un estudiante incluyen: Un cálculo erróneo en resutados de examenes; Un error técnico en asignar un grado o una calificación particular; La maestra/el maestro está de acuerdo con permitir que el estudiante haga trabajo adicional que pueda afectar su calificación; Un sistema de calificar inadecuado para determinar la calificación; o Una calificación inadecuada basada en un sistema apropiado de calificar. Si se realiza un cambio de calificación, el administrador que realiza el cambio debe firmar el expediente que se cambió. GRADES 2 nd grade academic achievement: E Exceeds M Meets D Developing N Needs Improvement * Modifications made for learner s needs 3 rd and 4 th grade academic achievement: A Excellent B Above Average C Satisfactory D Needs Improvement F Unsatisfactory * Modifications made for learner s needs GRADE REPORTING DATES November 1, 2013 Report Cards January 24, 2014 Report Cards April 4, 2014 Report Cards June 2, 2014 Final Report Card HOMEWORK Daily homework will be given each evening. Listed below are the approximations for each grade level. Second Grade--20 to 30 minutes Third Grade--30 to 40 minutes Fourth Grade--40 to 60 minutes Included in the above times is a minimum of 15 minutes of reading. If the homework falls short of the above minimums for any reason, reading is to be supplemented to meet the minimum number of minutes. Homework for students is designed to serve one or more of the following purposes. To help the student develop good study habits. To place responsibility for learning upon the student. To provide practice when the student does not have mastery of a specific skill. To help students learn to budget study time both in and out of school. If the homework is consistently exceeding the designated time, let the teacher know. Homework time is defined as the time the child is actually doing homework, not any time included for snacks, drinks, TV, or other activities. Homework should be done by the child in a quiet place. It should not be necessary 4

5 for the parent to do the homework with the child. Homework is simply practice of what has already been taught. It is not for the acquisition of new skills. If a child doesn t understand the homework, the teacher should be notified so that re-teaching can be planned. SPECIAL EDUCATION If, for any reason, a child is struggling in a regular classroom, the parents can request a meeting with the student service team. If there appears to be a definite problem, a referral will be filed for testing. After such testing, a conference is arranged to report the results to parents and plans are made to implement a program to help the child. II. DISTRICT 76 STUDENT BEHAVIOR CODE SUMMARY Students are governed by the behavior code in school, on school grounds, on school transportation, on the way to and from school, and at school sponsored activities. CARES QUALITIES Diamond Lake School staff believes that all students are capable of displaying appropriate behavior. With that in mind, we focus on the CARES qualities: Cooperation, Assertion, Responsibility, Empathy, and Self-Control. These qualities are addressed during the school year. When students are unable to display CARES qualities, appropriate and logical consequences are put into place. DISCIPLINE AND CORPORAL PUNISHMENT Corporal punishment shall not be used. A staff member may, however, use reasonable restraint when it is necessary for self-defense, the preservation of order, or for the protection of other persons or the property of the Board of Education. DISCIPLINE & THE RIGHT TO LEARN In order to provide an atmosphere conductive to learning, it is necessary to establish standards of behavior designed to maintain a desirable level of order. These standards must encompass the needs, rights and responsibilities of students, teachers and parents. Disciplinary procedures are part of the total educational process, designed to guide the student in becoming a responsible individual in society. Respect must be the basis of discipline in maintaining order. Respect for teachers, fellow pupils, and all school personnel will be shown at all times. This is a primary ingredient in creating an atmosphere for equal opportunity to learn. Diamond Lake School has the philosophy that every student has a right to learn, every teacher has the right to teach, and no one has a right to interfere with the rights of others. Rules governing student behavior stem from state law, school board policy, and administrative and school board regulations. In carrying out disciplinary procedures, cooperation among parents, teachers, and administration is both necessary and desirable. In order for the student to benefit from disciplinary procedures, it is important that he or she understand the reason for such action. Discipline is intended to be fair and constructive, not arbitrary or excessive. It is intended to help the child learn consideration for the rights of others and their property. If there is any difficulty, the child s classroom teacher should be consulted first. If the problem cannot be resolved between parent and teacher, then the building principal should be contacted. While behavior issues are handled on a case-by-case basis, it is important to understand possible consequences for behaviors. SUSPENSION AND EXPULSION When other procedures or interventions fail to attain satisfactory behavioral changes, or when specifically required by nature of the problem, a student may be excluded from school. Such exclusion may involve any of the actions and behaviors described in the District 76 Behavior Code and policies or the School Code of Illinois. Exclusion from school may include suspension or expulsion. A suspension is temporary and an expulsion is to the end of the school year or longer. *Each case is handled on an individual basis. 5

6 The following actions may result in a suspension or expulsion: Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Possible Suspension Suspension and/or Expulsion Possible Expulsion Insubordination or defiance of authority, verbal abuse, profanity False fire alarm, tampering with apparatus Possession/use of a weapon(s) (See board policy) Threats, harassment, intimidation, jeopardizing student/staff safety Leaving classroom or school grounds without permission Possession of tobacco, drugs, and/or smoking paraphernalia Office referral for disrespectful/disruptive behavior Theft/possession of stolen property Physical or verbal harassment (sexual, ethnic, Racial) Gang activity: drawing symbols, signing, dress, etc. Failure to attend school without a valid cause, persistent tardiness Forgery, plagiarism, cheating, Fighting Gambling Threats made towards students, staff, and/or family, assault, battery Possession/use/deliver of fireworks/explosives Use of tobacco/smoking paraphernalia, drug or alcohol possession/use Violation of internet policy Vandalism, defacing, and/or destruction of personal or school property Sexual harassment and/or sexual violation Gang related intimidation Possession of dangerous instrument or object Battery of school employee, threats made toward students, staff, and/or family Arson Selling or dispensing of drugs Robbery or burglary Sexual assault Use of dangerous instrument or object DOLPHIN DAY Dolphin Day is a school spirit day. Every Friday students and staff may wear the school colors. (Blue & white) SCHOOL PROPERTY Children are expected to treat school property with the same respect they treat their own belongings. Damage resulting from misuse or unreasonable wear on school texts or library books will result in a fine to compensate for damage. Lost books will need to be replaced by the parents. Books sold for library/school purposes have a heavier binding and are more expensive than the ones sold in the bookstores. DRESS CODE Students are expected to dress appropriately for school. Shorts are allowed as long as weather permits. Shorts should not be shorter than fingertip length when the side extends arms. Bicycle shorts, spandex, etc. are not to be worn unless they are under other clothing. Halters, tube tops, spaghetti strap tops, mesh tops, or other apparel that show bare midriff, are see through, or have large sleeveless openings are not permitted. Clothing that advertises tobacco, alcohol products, refers to drugs, or supports violence or hatred is not permitted. Hats, visors, scarves, and bandanas must be removed when entering the building. 6

7 Clothing with questionable sayings or references to sexual activity, violence, profanity, drugs, alcohol or racial context are not permitted. The school will make final judgments of what is considered questionable. If a student is determined to be wearing clothing of unacceptable nature, the student will be asked to call home and arrange for a parent to bring alternate clothing. If a parent or alternative clothing is unavailable, the student will be provided alternative clothing to wear while in school. LUNCHROOM RULES Children are not allowed to trade or share food. Often, there are allergy issues of which students are not always aware. Fast food (e.g. McDonald's, Burger King, etc.) may not be eaten at school. Carbonated drinks are not permitted. Children are expected to sit at tables, talk in normal tones, and behave in a manner that makes lunch run smoothly. They are to remain seated until their table is dismissed, which happens when all debris is picked up. BUS RULES The Board of Education, the Superintendent of Schools, and school principals have the authority to suspend the bus riding privileges of students who are disorderly and/or insubordinate. In such cases, the parents of the students involved become responsible for seeing that their children get to and from school safety each day. The following school rules take effect when a student boards the bus: The bus driver is the sole authority on the bus. No talking back, vulgar or abusive language will be tolerated. The driver is entitled to courtesy. All students must obey the directions of the bus driver for the safety of all concerned No one is to distract or disobey the driver. There will be no loud noises or boisterous behavior on the bus. Horseplay and unruly behavior will not be tolerated. All bus students must be punctual to board buses at specified times and places. There will be no shoving, pushing, or running to board the bus. Students will board the bus only after it has come to a full stop. No one is to walk between the buses. Eating, drinking, or smoking on the bus is strictly forbidden. All bus students are forbidden to put their feet in the aisle while others are moving to a seat or leaving the bus. All bus students are expected to sit properly in their seats. There will be no lying across the seat, jumping from seat to seat, or straddling of seats. All bus students are forbidden to open the windows below the line or throw objects of any kind from the bus windows or within the bus itself while the bus is standing or moving. All students are forbidden to tamper with or use the emergency exit, unless instructed by the bus driver. All students are forbidden to molest, tease, annoy, strike, or harass any student in any way while waiting to board the bus, while the bus is in motion or while exiting from the bus. At the end of the school day, bus students are to wait for the bus in front of the building at the direction of the bus supervisors. They are to approach the buses by walking, not running. Expecting or accepting rides from friends is prohibited. Riding with unauthorized drivers invites unnecessary risk. This applies to both coming to and leaving school. All District 76 students must ride the bus. The above mentioned rules and regulations will apply to any trip under school sponsorship as well as after school activity busses. Student staying for after school activities, who are being picked up by a parent, must arrange for their ride to be here before the late bus leaves at 3:45 pm. Any student not picked up by that time will be required to ride the bus. GUM CHEWING Gum chewing is not permitted in school or on the busses. HARASSMENT OF STUDENTS PROHIBITIED No person, including a District employee or agent, or student, shall harass, intimidate, or bully a student on the basis of actual or perceived: race; color; nationality; sex; sexual orientation; 7

8 gender identity; gender-related identity or expression; ancestry; age; religion; physical or mental disability; order of protection status; status of being homeless; actual or potential marital or parental status, including pregnancy; association with a person or group with one or more of the aforementioned actual or perceived characteristics; or any other distinguishing characteristic. The District will not tolerate harassing, intimidating conduct, or bullying whether verbal, physical, or visual, that affects the tangible benefits of education, that unreasonably interferes with a student s educational performance, or that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive educational environment. Examples of prohibited conduct include name-calling, using derogatory slurs, stalking, causing psychological harm, threatening or causing physical harm, threatened or actual destruction of property, or wearing or possessing items depicting or implying hatred or prejudice of one of the characteristics stated above. Sexual harassment of students is prohibited. Any person, including a district employee or agent, or student, engages in sexual harassment whenever he or she makes sexual advances, requests sexual favors, and engages in other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual or sex-based nature, imposed on the basis of sex, that: 1. Denies or limits the provision of educational aid, benefits, services, or treatment; or that makes such conduct a condition of a student s academic status; or 2. Has the purpose or effect of: a. Substantially interfering with a student s educational environment; b. Creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive educational environment; c. Depriving a student of educational aid, benefits, services, or treatment; or d. Making submission to or rejection of such conduct the basis for academic decisions affecting a student. The terms intimidating, hostile, and offensive include conduct that has the effect of humiliation, embarrassment, or discomfort. Examples of sexual harassment include touching, crude jokes or pictures, discussions of sexual experiences, teasing related to sexual characteristics, and spreading rumors related to a person s alleged sexual activities. Students are encouraged to report claims or incidences of bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, or other prohibited conduct to the Nondiscrimination Coordinator, Building Principal, Assistant Building Principal, Dean of Students, or a Complaint Manager. Students may choose to report to a person of the student s same sex. Complaints will be kept confidential to the extent possible given the need to investigate. Students who make good faith complaints will not be disciplined. An allegation that one student was sexually harassed by another student shall be referred to the Building Principal, Assistant Building Principal, or Dean of Students for appropriate action. Nondiscriminatiopn Coordinator: Dr. Joseph A. Petrella Diamond Lake School District Acorn Lane Mundelein IL Complaint Managers: Tanya Fergus Sharon Aspinall/Nita Goodman Christopher Willeford Fairhaven School Diamond Lake School West Oak Middle School 634 Countryside Hwy Diamond Lake Rd 500 Acorn Lane Mundelein, IL Mundelein, IL Mundelein, IL Any District employee who is determined, after an investigation, to have engaged in sexual harassment will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including discharge. Any District student who is determined, after an investigation, to have engaged in sexual harassment will be subject to disciplinary action, including but not limited to, suspension and expulsion consistent with the discipline policy. Any person making a knowingly false accusation 8

9 regarding sexual harassment will likewise be subject to disciplinary action up to and including discharge, with regard to employees, or suspension and expulsion, with regard to students. ACOSO DE ESTUDIANTES ESTA PROHIBIDO Ninguna persona, ya sea empleado, agente o estudiante del distrito debe de acosar, intimidar o amenazar a otro estudiante en base a su raza, color, nacionalidad, sexo, orientación sexual, identidad sexual, expresión de su identidad u orientación sexual, origen, edad, religión, deshabilidad mental o física, estado de su orden de protección, estado de no tener casa permanente, estado actual o potencial de su estado civil, situación legal de alguno de los padres, o si está embarazada; o por asociarse con alguna persona o grupo de los conjuntos antes mencionados o que se perciban que tienen algunas las características mencionadas o alguna otra característica que los distinga de los demás. El Distrito, no va a tolerar ningún tipo de acoso verbal, visual, físico o intimidación que afecte de alguna manera tangible los beneficios educacionales, o que de alguna manera no razonable afecte las habilidades o la buena actuación educativa del estudiante, o que pueda crear un ambiente educativo hostil u ofensivo en el ambiente escolar. Ejemplos de conducta prohibida son los siguientes: usar sobre-nombres u apodos que denigren o puedan denigrar, causar daño psicológico, amenacen o causen daño físico o amenacen o causen daño a la propiedad o las cosas que están usando o que usen ropa o cosas que impliquen odio, amenazas o prejuicios a algunas de las características, personas o cosas mencionadas con anterioridad. El acoso sexual de estudiantes es prohibido. Un empleado, agente del distrito, o si un estudiante exhibe conducta de acoso sexual siempre y cuando él o ella haga avances sexuales, solicita favores sexuales, y/o exhibe otra conducta verbal o física de un carácter sexual o basada en lo sexual, impuesto en base de sexo, que: 1. Niega o limita la disposición de la ayuda educativa, beneficio, servicios, o tratamiento; o hace tal conducta que condiciona el estado académico de un estudiante; o 2. tiene el propósito o el efecto de: a. Substancialmente interfiriendo con el ambiente educativo de un estudiante; b. Creando un ambiente educativo que intimida, es hostil, o ofensivo; c. Privando al estudiante de ayuda educativa, ventajas, servicios, o tratamiento; o d. Haciendo la sumisión a o el rechazamiento de tal conducta la base para las decisiones académicas que afectan al estudiante. Los términos intimidar, hostilizar, y ofensivo incluye la conducta que tiene el efecto de humillar, avergonzar, o causar malestar. Ejemplos del acoso sexual incluyen tocar provocativamente, chistes de mal gusto o rojos, bromas groseras, discusiones de experiencias sexuales, bromas relacionadas con las características sexuales, y los rumores que se relacionan con las alegadas actividades sexuales de una persona. Se sugiere y/o motiva a los estudiantes a que reporten cualquier caso o incidentes de acoso, ya sea físico, sexual o personal o de alguna otra actividad prohibida que los afecte negativamente. Por favor reportar el caso con el Coordinador Escolar de No-discriminación, el Director del Edificio, el Asistente del Director del Edificio o al Encargado de Quejas. Los estudiantes pueden elegir reportar a una persona del mismo sexo del estudiante. Las quejas serán mantenidas confidenciales hasta el punto dado de la necesidad de investigar. No se disciplinará a los estudiantes que hacen quejas en buena fe. Una alegación que un estudiante fue acosado sexualmente por otro estudiante será referida al Director de la Escuela o al Asistente del Director de la Escuela para la acción apropiada. Coordinador de No-discriminación: Dr. Joseph A. Petrella Distrito Escolar Diamond Lake Acorn Lane Mundelein IL

10 Encargados de Quejas: Tanya Fergus Sharon Aspinall/Nita Goodman Christopher Willeford Fairhaven School Diamond Lake School West Oak Middle School 634 Countryside Hwy Diamond Lake Rd 500 Acorn Lane Mundelein, IL Mundelein, IL Mundelein, IL Cualquier empleado del Distrito que se determine que, después de una investigación, ha cometido un acoso sexual será sujeto a la acción disciplinaria hasta y a incluir su despido. Cualquier estudiante del Distrito que se determina que, después de una investigación, ha cometido un acoso sexual será sujeto a la acción disciplinaria, incluyendo pero no limitado a, suspensión y expulsión que concuerde con la política de la disciplina. Cualquier persona que hace una acusación con conocimiento que es falsa con respecto a acoso sexual también será sujeto a la acción disciplinaria hasta y o incluir su despedida como empleado, o suspensión y expulsión, con respecto a estudiantes. ELECTRONIC DEVICES Students are strongly discouraged from bringing cell phones, ipods, MP3 players, etc. If a child brings an electronic device to school, it is his/her responsibility. The school personnel will not be responsible for lost or stolen electronic devices. Students who choose to bring electronics to school must turn them off and place them in their back packs for the duration of the school day. III. AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Diamond Lake School is proud to offer a variety of after school activities to our students. These activities run at different times throughout the school year. Activities may include intramurals, Wee Deliver, yearbook, homework happenings, newspaper, gardening, and choir. The sponsors of these activities send home information about signing up, dates, and times. A late bus is offered for those participating in an after school activity. LATE BUS Diamond Lake School runs a late bus at 3:45 PM for after school activities. One bus is used to travel the entire district; therefore, it may take longer for your child to arrive home than on the regular bus. If you plan to pick up your child after school and do not arrive prior to 3:45 PM, your child will be sent home on the late bus. IV. GENERAL INFORMATION SCHOOL DAY The school day begins at 8:00 A.M. and ends at 2:45 P.M Half-day hours are 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Students who are driven to school may not arrive prior to 7:45 A.M. Students who are going to be picked up after school must be picked up by 3:00 P.M. We cannot provide supervision before 7:45 A.M. or after 3:00 P.M. Parents must sign students in/out when they bring them to school after 8:00 A.M., or when they pick students up from school. Parents will wait in the front lobby for their students after they ve been signed out. ACCIDENTS Twenty-four hour accident insurance is available at a nominal cost and may be purchased in the opening weeks of school. At this time the school district provides "school time" accident insurance for our students. Any injury, no matter how small, is reported to the classroom teacher or playground supervisor. If the nurse feels that further attention or evaluation is advisable, she informs the parent immediately. BIRTHDAYS Students are invited to bring in their favorite book to read to the class or have their teacher read to the class. If students do not have the book at home, they can visit the school library to check it out for their birthday. Please DO NOT send treats. 10

11 If you have questions regarding birthdays, please contact your child s teacher or the principal. BREAKFAST & LUNCH Breakfast and hot lunch are available for purchase on a daily or weekly basis. If your child carries a lunch, please provide a lunch that is sufficient, but not in excess of what he/she will eat. Breakfast and lunch tickets are purchased before school, prior to entering the classroom. Costs for these are: Daily breakfast $1.35 (.30 reduced price) Daily lunch $2.60 (.40 reduced price) Milk.30 per carton/51.60 annually BUS SERVICE To assure the safety of your children, your School Board has authorized the busing of all children who live less than one and one half mile from school (the distance at which busing is mandatory). This is done to avoid the dangers involved in walking along highways. All students at Diamond Lake School have assigned bus seats. Durham Bus Company can be contacted at CUSTODY INFORMATION In cases of separation or divorce where one parent or guardian has custody of the children, the schools sometimes receive special requests or instructions regarding the children. While most parents are aware of the appropriate laws, it has been our experience that some parents have not been informed of their rights as a non-custodial parent. Any legal action or information regarding court orders may require the assistance of your attorney or the courts. In order to clarify the legal regulations and to prevent any misunderstanding, the following information is offered. According to Public Law , The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Illinois Public Act : "In the case of divorce or separation, a school district must provide equal access to both natural parents, custodial and non-custodial, unless there is a legally binding document that specifically removes that parent's FERPA rights. In this context, a legally binding document is a CERTIFIED court order or other legal paper that prohibits access to education records, or removes the parent's right to have knowledge about his or her child's records. A CERTIFIED court order would also be required if restrictions were placed on when and where a parent might contact or visit the child at school." This information is provided because parents often give the school office special information regarding their child's custody which the school district cannot follow legally. A hand-written note, a telephone call or comments on the registration card are not legal. The school must have a copy of the certified court order, noting any restrictions. This is kept in the student's folder. Should you have further questions, please your school office. INFORMACIÓN DE CUSTODIA En casos de separación ó divorcio en el cual un padre o guardián tenga la custodia de los hijos, las escuelas a veces reciben requisitos especiales o instrucciones en cuanto a los niños. Mientras que la mayoría de padres están enterados de las leyes apropiadas, ha sido nuestra experiencia que algunos padres no han sido informados de sus derechos como padres sin custodia. Cualquier acción u información legal sobre las órdenes de la corte, puede que requieran la ayuda de su abogado o de las cortes. Para clarificar las regulaciones legales, y para prevenir cualquier malentendido, la siguiente información es ofrecida. 11

12 Según la Ley Publica (Public Law ), Los Derechos Educacionales Familiares y el Acto de Privacidad (The Family Educacional Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)) y el Acto Publico de Illinois (Illinios Public Act ): En el caso de divorcio ó separación, el distrito escolar tiene que proveer el mismo acceso a los dos padres naturales, con custodia ó sin custodia, al menos que haya un documento legal que específicamente elimine los derechos FERPA del padre. En este contexto, el documento legal es un documento de la corte CERTIFICADO u otro papel legal que prohibida el acceso a archivos educacionales, o le prohibida al padre los derechos de tener la sabiduría sobre los archivos de su hijo. El documento CERTIFICADO de la corte también será requerido si hubieran restricciones puestas en cuanto a donde y cuando un padre podrá tener contacto o visitar a su hijo en la escuela. Esta información es ofrecida porque los padres a menudo le dan a la oficina de la escuela información especial conforme la custodia de su hijo lo cual el distrito no puede seguir legalmente. Una nota escrita a mano, una llamada de teléfono ó comentarios en la carta de registro, no son notas legales. La escuela tiene que tener una copia de la orden certificada de la corte, en la cuál se notará todas las restricciones. Estas serán archivadas en los archivos de los estudiantes. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, por favor llámeme o llame a la oficina de la escuela. FIELD TRIPS From time to time, teachers will plan field trips as learning experiences for the children. These trips are designed as a good way to teach a particular concept the teacher has in mind. The same standard of behavior is expected on the trip that we expect at school. Students are not to use field trip days as an optional school or vacation day. HEALTH SERVICES The school district has a nurse in each building who oversees the school health program. She is available as a consultant to teachers for their health education classes; performs the health appraisal of the child screening for hearing, vision, and other problems, and advises parents of the need for further evaluation when appropriate. The nurse is also charged with the responsibility for school health records and enforcing state and county regulations concerning physical examinations, immunizations against communicable disease, and dental exams. The district will strictly adhere to the mandated deadlines for required immunizations, physicals, and dental exams. Exclusion from school is mandatory after these deadlines. First aid is given to students in the event of injury or illness at school. It is extremely important that the school has current home, work, cell, and emergency phone numbers as well as parents place of employment in the event a child needs to be sent home. Under no circumstances will a student be sent home unless a parent, guardian or another responsible adult is at home to care for the child. If a person is listed as an emergency contact with the school, please make sure that person is aware that the school may call them in case of injury or illness at school when the parent cannot be reached. We firmly believe a child cannot perform to his best abilities if he/she is ill. Please do not send your child to school of he/she is not feeling well in the morning or has been ill during the night. He/she should be fever free/vomit free for 24 hours prior to returning to school. Likewise, he/she should be on an antibiotic 24 hours before returning to school. If your child is ill and not attending school, please notify the school before 9:30 a.m. HOME/SCHOOL COMMUNICATIONS From time to time parents will have a question or concern regarding their child's education that needs an answer. Please use the following guidelines when channeling your request: Information regarding school practices and/or policies should be directed to the principal at

13 Bus information should be directed to Mrs. Colette Ford at Our bus service provider is Durham Bus Company Classroom situations should be resolved by calling your child's teacher(s) first. If you feel that questions remain after conferencing with your child's teacher, the principal may be called. LIBRARY Children have the opportunity to check out books from the school's central library. Books may be checked out for one week. Children are held responsible for lost or damaged books. Our library bound books are of a sturdier construction and are more expensive than ordinary bookstore editions. Books may also be checked out before school in the library. LOCKERS Lockers are used by the students for the storage of coats, hats, etc. Please encourage your child to bring home the items not needed at school. Locks are not permitted because with children of this age they are not practical. Ownership of the lockers is maintained by the school and subject to the right of the school administration to have access at any given time. LOST BELONGINGS The Lost and Found is located in the lobby. We try to return all belongings to their owners, but the task would be simplified if everything your child brings to school is labeled with his/her name. Do not forget to label lunch boxes and sack lunches, too, as the students become very upset when a lunch is lost. At the end of the year, all unclaimed items are donated. MEDICATIONS-ADMINISTERING TO STUDENTS Students should not take medication during school hours or during school-related activities unless it is necessary for a student s health and well-being. When a student s licensed health care provider and parent/guardian believe that it is necessary for the student to take a medication during school hours or school-related activities, the parent/guardian must request that the school dispense the medication to the child and otherwise follow the District s procedures on dispensing medication. No School District employee shall administer to any student, or supervise a student s selfadministration of, any prescription or non-prescription medication until a completed and signed School Medication Authorization Form is submitted by the student s parent/guardian. No student shall possess or consume any prescription or non-prescription medication on school grounds or at a school-related function other than as provided for in this policy and its implementing procedures. A student may possess an epinephrine auto-injector (EpiPen ) and/or medication prescribed for asthma for immediate use at the student s discretion, provided the student s parent/guardian has completed and signed a School Medication Authorization Form. The School District shall incur no liability, except for willful and wanton conduct, as a result of any injury arising from a student s selfadministration of medication or epinephrine auto-injector or the storage of any medication by school personnel. A student s parent/guardian must indemnify and hold harmless the School District and its employees and agents, against any claims, except a claim based on willful and wanton conduct, arising out of a student s self-administration of an epinephrine auto-injector and/or medication, or the storage of any medication by school personnel. School District Supply of Epinephrine Auto-Injectors The schools of Diamond Lake School District 76 will have a small supply of EpiPens available to administer to any student or staff experiencing a severe allergic reaction per district protocol. Any student with a known allergy requiring administration of an EpiPen for a reaction will still need to provide their own EpiPen to the school nurse as noted in the District s medication policy. No one, including without limitation parents/guardians of students, should rely on the District for the availability of an epinephrine auto-injector. This policy does not guarantee the availability of an epinephrine auto-injector; students and their parents/guardians should consult their own physician regarding this medication. Nothing in this policy shall prohibit any school employee from providing emergency assistance to students, including administering medication. Administración de Medicamentos a Estudiantes 13

14 Los estudiantes, no deben de tomar medicamentos durante las horas de escuela o durante actividades organizadas por la escuela, a menos que sea necesario para que el estudiante mantenga su buena salud. Cuando el/la encargado/a oficial de salud de la escuela o el padre/madre de familia consideren necesario que el estudiante tome un medicamento durante las horas de escuela o durante actividades organizadas por la escuela, uno de los padres/guardianes del estudiante, debe de solicitar a la escuela que se de el medicamento al estudiante y además seguir los procedimientos establecidos por el Distrito para dar el medicamento. Ningún empleado del distrito puede administrar a ningún estudiante o supervisar que un estudiante se aplique o tome su propia medicina, ya sea restringida o no hasta que se tenga la forma Autorización Para Dar Medicamentos completada y firmada por un Padre o Guardián del estudiante. Esta forma la debe de tener la escuela en el archivo del estudiante. Ningún estudiante debe de tener, poseer o consumir durante las horas de escuela o durante actividades organizadas por la escuela ningún medicamento que no esté permitido bajos éstos reglamentos o que no sigan los procedimientos establecidos en éstos estatutos. El estudiante puede poseer y usar a su discreción un auto-inyector de Epinephrine (EpiPen) o alguna otra medicina prescrita y necesaria para controlar el Asma, siempre y cuando se tenga la forma Autorización Para Dar Medicamentos completada y firmada por un Padre o Guardián del estudiante. El distrito escolar, no deberá de tener o aceptar ninguna responsabilidad o culpabilidad, excepto en casos de negligencia o malicia del Distrito y que resulte en un algún prejuicio al estudiante mientras el estudiante se está aplicando o usando algún medicamento o usando el autoinyector de Epinephrine (EpiPen), o cuando se esté almacenando algún medicamento bajo el cuidado del personal escolar. Los padres/guardianes de estudiantes deberán de indemnizar y además no presentar cargos contra el distrito y además asegurar que el distrito escolar, sus empleados y agentes no tendrá culpabilidad asimismo, no presentar cargos contra las mismas entidades mencionadas anteriormente, excepto en casos de negligencia o malicia y que resulte en un algún prejuicio al estudiante mientras el estudiante se está aplicando o usando algún medicamento o usando el auto-inyector de Epinephrine (EpiPen), o cuando se esté almacenando algún medicamento bajo el cuidado del personal escolar. Suministro de Auto-Inyector de Epinephrine por parte del Distrito Escolar De acuerdo con el protocolo del distrito, las escuelas del Distrito 76 de Diamond Lake, van a disponer de unos pocos EpiPens para usarlos cuando algún estudiante o persona del distrito presente o sufra alguna reacción alérgica severa. De acuerdo a lo establecido en el Reglamento de administración de medicamentos del Distrito, cualquier estudiante que sepa que tiene alergias y que requiera de usar un EpiPen, necesita proveer su propio EpiPen a la Enfermera de su escuela. Nadie o ninguna persona incluyendo a los padres/guardianes de estudiantes deben o pueden confiarse en que habrá siempre un auto-inyector de Epinephrine. Esta regla o cláusula de ninguna manera asegura que siempre habrá un auto-inyector de Epinephrine disponible en cada escuela; los estudiantes y sus papás deben de consultar con el Doctor de su hijo/a sobre éste medicamento. Nada de éste reglamento debe de prohibir a ningún empleado de la escuela, dar asistencia de emergencia o administrar medicamentos a estudiantes. LEAVING SCHOOL GROUNDS Children are not permitted to leave the school grounds during the school day unless called for by the parents, or someone designated by them. In such cases, the person picking up the child must sign him/her out in the office register. PARENT INFORMATION Please help us keep our files current by informing us of any change in your address, telephone number, or emergency phone numbers. PARENTS RIGHT TO KNOW In accordance with ESEA Section 1111(h) (6) PARENTS RIGHT-TO-KNOW, the Diamond Lake School District is notifying every parent of a student in a Title I school that you have the right and may request information regarding the professional qualifications of your child's classroom teachers including, at a minimum, the following: 14

15 1. Whether the teacher has met State qualification and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teacher provides instruction. 2. Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which State qualification or licensing criteria have been waived. 3. The baccalaureate degree major of the teacher and any other graduate certification or degree held by the teacher, and the field of discipline of the certification or degree. 4. Whether the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications. If at any time your child has been taught for 4 or more consecutive weeks by a teacher not highly qualified, the school will notify you. EL DERECHO DE ENTERARSE LOS PADRES De acuerdo con la ley federal de EL DERECHO DE ENTERARSE DE LOS PADRES, el Distrito Escolar de Diamond Lake está notificando a cada padre de un estudiante en la escuela que usted tiene el derecho y puede solicitar información con respecto a las credenciales profesionales de las maestras/os de la clase de su niño. Como mínimo usted puede pedir, lo siguiente: 1. Si la maestra ha reunido los requisitos del estado y los criterios de recibir licencia para los niveles y los temas del grado en los cuales la maestra proporciona la instrucción. 2. Si la maestra esta trabajando bajo emergencia u otro estado provisional por los cuales se ha considerado que no es necesario reunir los requisitos del estado o los criterios necesarios de la licencia. 3. La especialidad del bachillerato de la maestra y cualquier otra licenciatura que haya llevado a cabo la maestra, y el campo de estudios de la licenciatura. 4. Si el niño recibe servicios proporcionado por ayudantes de maestras, y si es así, sus certificaciones. Si en algún momento su niño ha sido enseñado por una maestra que no es muy certificada por 4 semanas consecutivas o más, la escuela le tendra que notificar. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education is a required class and students will be excused only by written request. If the student is to be excused for longer than two days, it must be by physician's written order. The Physical Education Department is concerned at all times with student safety. Age appropriate activities are selected so students are participating within the limits of skill, age, and grade-level. Rules and procedures to promote safety will be taught and reinforced across the program. The physical education program provides experiences through which the students learn to obey class rules and make wise judgments and decisions regarding their own safety as well as the safety of the other students. Likewise, students must learn to recognize their own limitations and adjust their behavior accordingly. Students are expected to dress in a way that is appropriate to the activity being taught. Safety is an important aspect in the implementation of the physical education program. We do not consider platform gym shoes safe for PE participation. Black-soled gym shoes are also discouraged. CLEAN TIE OR VELCRO GYM SHOES ARE REQUIRED FOR P.E. NO SLIP ON/ BACKLESS SHOES. Students are encouraged to keep a pair of gym shoes at school so that they are always prepared for activities. PLAYGROUND Children need clothing appropriate for the weather because they will be expected to go out for recess daily unless it is raining or severely cold. Snow pants, boots, hats, and gloves are required for snow play. A temperature of 60 or below requires coats. To go outside for recess, the temperature must be at least 15 degrees. REPORTING TO PARENTS Report cards are sent home four times per year. Parent conference days are set for twice a year. You will be informed when to make appointments for conferences at a later date. Teachers are available 15

16 daily before and after school for consultation concerning your child. Please give teachers 24 hours to respond to a message. SAFETY AND DISASTER DRILLS Fire and disaster drills are held from time to time in the building so that the children develop an automatic response to alarm signals in accordance with the school code. SNACKS Students may bring in one snack each day. We ask that students be sent with only healthy items for snack time. The health and well being of children can significantly affect achievement in the classroom. An appropriate diet can improve problem-solving skill, test scores, and school attendance rates. Children who are hungry, sick troubled, or depressed cannot function well in the classroom, no matter how good the teacher. It s important for children to learn healthy lifestyle choices early-to build healthier minds and bodies; and they need to practice the skills to make healthy choices. Physically active students are more alert and concentrate better in the classroom; physical activity can also reduce anxiety and stress and increase self-esteem. Serving breakfast on test days is a good move. But, learning is important every day-it builds on previous knowledge and is the foundation for future learning. Be a good role model-your children are watching. Here are some suggestions of healthy food and beverages for school. Raw vegetable sticks/slices with low fat dressing Fresh fruit wedges-cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon, etc. Fruit salad or sliced fruit-nectarines, peaches, apples, kiwi, etc. Cereal and low fat milk 100% fruit juice or vegetable juice Frozen fruit pops with fruit juice or fruit as first ingredient Single serving applesauce or canned fruit in juice Party mix (variety of cereals, pretzel and popcorn) Pretzels and reduced fat crackers Baked chips and salsa or low fat dip Low fat muffins Mini bagels with low fat or whipped cream cheese Pasta salad Bread sticks with marinara Fat-free or low fat yogurt and fruit parfaits Fat-free or low fat pudding cups Fat-free or low fat string cheese, cheese curds or single serving cottage cheese Ice water Note: Please DO NOT send food items that contain peanuts and/or tree nuts. There are students allergic to these items! STUDENT HANDBOOK A student handbook, including the District disciplinary policies and rules, shall be distributed to the students parents/guardians within 15 days of the beginning of the school year or a student s enrollment. STUDENT RECORDS School student records are confidential and information from them shall not be released other than as provided by law. Any record that contains personally identifiable information or other information that would link the document to an individual student is a school student record if maintained by the District, except (1) records that are kept in the sole possession of a school staff member, are destroyed not later than the student s graduation or permanent withdrawal, and are not accessible or revealed to any other person except a temporary substitute teacher, and (2) records kept by law enforcement officials working in the school. 16

17 Upon request, the school discloses education records without consent to officials of another school district in which a student seeks or intends to enroll, or is already enrolled if the disclosure is for purposes of the student s enrollment or transfer. State and federal law grant students and parent(s)/guardian(s) certain rights, including the right to inspect, copy, and challenge school records. The information contained in school student records shall be kept current, accurate, clear and relevant. All information maintained concerning a student receiving special education services shall be directly related to the provision of services to that child. The District may release directory information as permitted by law, but parent(s)/guardian(s) shall have the right to object to the release of information regarding their child. However, the District will comply with an ex parte court order requiring it to permit the U.S. Attorney General or designee to have access to a student s school records without notice to, or the consent of, the students parent(s)/guardians(s). The temporary record file for students will be maintained for five (5) years after the student has transferred, graduated, or is otherwise permanently withdrawn from the district. EXPEDIENTES ESCOLARES DE LOS ESTUDIANTES Los expedientes escolares de los estudiantes son confidenciales y la información de ellos no será publicada excepto con lo aprobado por la ley. Cualquier registro que contiene información personal y identificable o otra información que conecta el documento a un estudiante individual es un expediente escolar del estudiante si es mantenido por el Distrito, a menos que (1) los expedientes se mantienen en la posesión única de un miembro del personal de la escuela, se destruyen a más tardar cuando se gradúa o se retira permanente el estudiante, y no sea accesible o revelado a ninguna otra persona excepto una maestra substituta temporal, y (2) expedientes guardados por los agentes del orden publico que trabajaban en la escuela. En caso de ser requerido, la escuela puede dar información sin el consentimiento a personal de otro distrito escolar en el cual el estudiante va a registrarse, intenta registrarse, o ya está registrado y se hace con el proposito de transferirlo o registrarlo. La ley federal y del estado les concede a los estudiantes y sus padres/madres o sus guardianes/as ciertos derechos, incluyendo el derecho de examinar, copiar, y cuestionar los expedientes escolares. La información contenida en los expedientes escolares de los estudiantes deberá estar al corriente, exacta, clara y pertinente. Toda la información mantenida referente a un estudiante que recibe servicios de educación especial será relacionada directamente con la disposición de dar servicios a ese niño. El Distrito puede publicar la información del directorio según lo permitido por la ley, pero los padres/las madres o los guardianes/as tendrán el derecho de oponerse a la publicación de la información con respecto a su niño. Sin embargo, el Distrito esta dispuesto a cumplir con una orden judicial ex parte que lo requiere permitir que el Procurador General de los E. U. A. de su estado, o su nombrado/a tenga acceso a los expedientes escolares de un estudiante sin el aviso a, o el consentimiento de, los padres de los estudiantes o sus guardianes/as. El archivo temporal de registro para los estudiantes será mantenido por cinco (5) años después de que el estudiante se haya transferido, graduado, o retirado de otra manera permanente del Distrito. TELEPHONE The office telephone may be used by students for emergencies only. Children are required to make their social arrangements prior to school hours so they need not call home for permission to visit another child. Also, a permission note must be sent with the child if they are to be going to someone else s home. VISION AND HEARING 17

18 The students of Diamond Lake School District 76 are screened for vision and hearing every year. The screenings detect some vision and hearing problems. However, they are not a substitute for an examination by a licensed health care professional. VISITORS Visitors must have a current volunteer form on file and check in at the office and receive a visitor identification badge. Any visitor in our hallways without a badge will be directed to the office. WITHDRAWALS Please inform the school in advance of the withdrawal of your student. Books and library books must be returned. If a partial refund of book rental is due to you, the request is handled by the business office Child Sex Offender and Murderer Community Notification Law The Child Sex Offender and Murderer Community Notification Law requires notification to parents that information from law enforcement officials is available to the public. Under the existing law, the state police must identify offenders in a statewide database; to access the database, go to and and click on the tab I agree tab to search for offenders in your zip code area. Ley para Notificar a la Comunidad de la Existencia de Personas que han Cometido Homicidios o Abuso Sexual Contra Niños La Ley para Notificar a la Comunidad de la Existencia de Personas que han Cometido Homicidios o Abuso Sexual Contra Niños (Child Sex Offender and Murderer Community Notification Law), requiere a la agencias policiales notificar a los padres que la información está disponible para que el publico la vea. Bajo ley existente, la policía del estado debe identificar a los ofensores en una base de datos estatal; para tener acceso a la base de datos, vaya a y y escoge Si para buscar a ofensores en su área postal. Notification of Rights for Elementary Schools The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students who are 18 years of age or older ("eligible students") certain rights with respect to the student's education records. These rights are: The right to inspect and review the student's education records within 45 days after the day the Diamond Lake School District #76 ( School ) receives a request for access. Parents or eligible students should submit to the school principal a written request that identifies the records they wish to inspect. The school official will make arrangements for access and notify the parent or eligible student of the time and place where the records may be inspected The right to request the amendment of the student s education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student s privacy rights under FERPA. Parents or eligible students who wish to ask the [School] to amend a record should write the school principal clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it should be changed. If the school decides not to amend the record as requested by the parent or eligible student, the school will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing. The right to privacy of personally identifiable information in the student's education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the school as an administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel) or a person serving on the school board. A school official also may include a volunteer or contractor outside of the school who performs an institutional service of function for which the school would otherwise use its own employees and who is under the direct control of the school with respect to the use and maintenance of PII from education records, such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist; a parent or student volunteering to serve on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee; or a parent, student, or other volunteer assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon request, the school discloses education records without consent to officials of another school district in which a student seeks or intends to enroll, or is already enrolled if the disclosure is for purposes of the student s enrollment or transfer. 18

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