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    November 8

    Flu Vaccine Clinic | During the school day | More info below
    LGBTQ Family Dinner | 6-8:00pm | Meany Middle School 
    Sherlock Homes, Advanced Drama (Cast B) | 6:30 pm | Hamilton Commons

    November 12

    No School | Veteran's Day

    November 13

    PTSA Board Meeting | 6:30 - 8:30 pm | Hamilton Room 214
    FOMAHI Board Meeting | 7:00 pm | Hamilton Library | Open to All

    November 15

    Picture Re-take Day

    November 16-17

    Camp Burton: Junior/Senior/Chamber Orchestras

    November 22-23

    No School | Thanksgiving Break

    November 29

    Jazz Night | 7-9:00pm | Hamilton Commons

    December 6

    Choir Concert | 7:00pm | Hamilton Commons

    Please check the calendar on the Hamilton Calendar for a complete listing of events.

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    ★ NEW  PTSA Fund Drive Update

    With the 2018 Fall Fund Drive officially over, we’re happy to report—Together, we raised $139,810! That’s quite an accomplishment, wouldn’t you say? (We only missed our mark by about $10K.) So a big ol’ THANK YOU to everyone who participated; which was just under half the families at Hamilton. And to those that didn’t, please take a minute to reconsider; it’s for the kids after all. The Donation’s Page will be up for while longer to accommodate any change of hearts. 

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    Letter from the Principal

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    ★ NEW  Principal Dorian Manza 

    Dear Hamilton Families,

    We just completed a very successful first quarter of the school year! Our students have been working hard in the classroom, exploring new content, and taking on new challenges. The Hamilton staff remains committed to a tradition of academic excellence and high levels of student engagement. Students and staff celebrated the end of the quarter by kicking off the first ASB spirit week last Monday. The spirit days included pajama day, school colors day, Halloween, sports day, and twin day. Ms. Fox and Ms. Stratton may have started a new thing by offering Flannel Friday as well. We had high levels of participation for each spirit day and the students showed a tremendous amount of school spirit! 
    We also celebrated Filipino American History Month and Disabilities Awareness Month in the commons during all lunches last Friday. On behalf of Hamilton, I would like to thank the Hamilton families that brought in some amazing Filipino dishes for the staff including: Ube Cookies, Maja Blanca, Buko Pandan, Spam Musubi, Pancit, and Lumpia! Thank you! I would also like to thank our counseling staff for their diligent work in recognizing and celebrating the diversity calendar.  
    The last spirt week event was the school dance. The ASB Fall Dance was a great success on Friday, with more than 150 tickets sold and several free entries extended to students who were caught participating in that day’s Spirit event. Dance contests were held, loud music was enjoyed, lots of concessions were consumed, the Hamilton Hawk frolicked, and Ballard Orthodontics generously made themselves available to come and offered some photo booth fun for the kids. FERPA rules prevent us from being able to post crowd pics, but we caught sight of several Hamilton chaperones smiling and enjoying themselves as well…

    Mr. Casey and Mr. Evans
    Pictured:  Mr. Tobey Casey, Science and Mr. Anthony Evans, Math (featuring his “Formal Friday” apparel)

    Pictured:  Ms. Edith Follansbee, Special Ed, Ms. Samantha Huckabee, House Administrator and Ms. Anne Crowthers, Assistant Principal
    A Fall-Themed Door Decorating Contest was also part of the ASB Spirit Week festivities… so many classrooms participated, and the school looks great.  Winning advisory classes were announced on Monday, and those classrooms will receive some fall treats to enjoy during this Friday’s Advisory.
    The contest winners were:

    First place, Ms. Katherine Fox’s Advisory with the Autumn Fox Den
    Fox Door

    Second place, Mr. David Evans’ Advisory with the Fall Peanuts theme
    Evans Dorr

    Third place, Ms. Liese Anex’s Advisory with a Halloween theme
    Anex Door
    We always focus on learning, but it is also important to remember to have fun!
    Go Hawks!
    Dorian Manza

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    ★ Updated  Volunteers Needed

    Hearing and Vision Screenings | Nov. 13th & 14th  
    Lunch Room Volunteer | Ongoing 
    Math Volunteers | Ongoing 

    Hearing and Vision Screening 
    Tuesday, November 13 and Wednesday November 14, Nurse Fote will be working with nursing students to administer hearing and vision screening exams to 7th graders.  (This is a District-wide effort.)  It would be very helpful to have a few volunteers commit a few hours of their time to assist with those screenings. Any training for this event will be provided on-site, and our volunteers will be working under the supervision of regular nurses.

    Clinics on all three days will take place in the Hamilton library.  If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact Nurse Fote at

    Lunchroom Volunteers 

    Principal Manza would love some volunteer help in the lunchroom.  This isn't an enforcement role--it gives the curious of us of a chance to get to see middle schoolers enjoying each other in the middle of the day!  No need to stay for all (3) lunch periods, come when you can.  Click below for details and to sign up:

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    Please complete the “Online Volunteer Application.” One part of this application process is to complete (also online) the 17-minute “Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention” Training. Click for more information:  Seattle Schools Volunteer

    Math Volunteers 

    Greetings parents and community members!

    Might you be able to tutor HIMS kids in math during the school day? We have a need for this during “Hawk Time” – our Advisory period on M, Th, F from 2:15-2:50. What this would look like is you would help 1-3 students at a time with their math homework, quiz corrections, or general catch-up in one of the flex spaces. Mr. Bundy and Ms. Barker would make sure you are supplied with great kids who need help and are ready to receive it. We would also make sure you are equipped with what you need to know to work effectively.

    You would need to complete the “Online Volunteer Application.” One part of this application process is to complete (also online) the 17-minute “Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention” Training.

    If you could contribute to our community in this way it would be so amazing because you would be pitching in on pursuing important school-wide goals around Eliminating Opportunity Gaps…but more to the point, you would be helping students achieve success in math. Please contact Mr. Bundy at if you are interested, and thanks! - Seth Bundy

    From Nurses Office 

    I am wanting to let you know that I have seen a few students with head Lice at Hamilton. It is my recommendation you check your child/children for lice just to make sure.  If you have any questions and/or would like me to check, please let me know. For more information on head lice and treatment go to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) at: CDC Head Lice Information.

    Typing Agent News

    Typing Agent is available for all SPS students to learn and practice their typing skills. This year Typing Agent integrates with Clever so that it is easier for students to sign in.  Thank you for your patience as we work to understand the system and resolve issues.

    • Access from the Student Portal/Clever (recommended for grades 3-12) – When students sign in to a computer with their SPS username and password, then students can access Typing Agent through the Student Portal. 
    • To access the Student Portal from the SPS website point to Students from the top menu and then click Student Portal > Log in with Active Directory > Typing Agent.

    Safety Update

    This month Hamilton participated in the Great Washington Shakeout, a statewide opportunity to practice the “Drop, Cover and Hold on” response. We believe that in order to be able to react quickly in an emergency it is important to practice regularly.For resources about earthquake safety and preparation, please visit This month we will also be implementing another Evacuation Drill, completing our annual Hazard Assessment and Identification Audit, and revising/updating our Annual Site Emergency Management Plan. Please let us know if you have any safety concerns you would like our safety committee to address.

    HIMS Talk Update 

    As part of our school wide effort to help students develop a global perspective, we offer monthly HIMS Talks. HIMS Talks is a monthly forum for students and local speakers to discuss topic related local and global challenges. Students can sign up for these 30 minute sessions with their advisory teacher. On Friday, students will have an opportunity to participate In the HIMS Talk: Immigration, Status and Asylum. Our guest speaker, Elaine Fordyce, will be addressing topics such as, “How do people fleeing danger arrive in the United States”, “What is legal status, and how do people obtain it?”, and “What does it mean to seek asylum, and what rights do asylum seekers have?”  We have a variety of guest speakers lined up, but would welcome any volunteers or suggestions for individuals who would be interested in joining us in our mission to educate students to succeed and contribute in a diverse world.  Please contact Dana Radcliffe at with any potential guest speaker recommendations. 

    THIS IS THE LAST WEEK Hamilton Hawks Spirit Wear On Sale Through Sunday 11/18!

    Spirit Wear for the 2018-19 year will be on sale for a limited time only – now through November 18 - at our online store, with delivery expected the week before Winter Break.  If you or your child would like a shirt, sweatshirt or hat bearing the new Hamilton Hawks logo, check out the available merchandise here:  Items will delivered to Hamilton and will be available for pick up in mid-December. 

    If you have the financial means to purchase an extra shirt for a Hamilton kid in need, please consider donating one, preferably a Youth Medium or Large (if you do so, please contact Fiscal Specialist Lisa Melenyzer at  Alternatively, if you have a student who would love to have a shirt but would need help with purchasing such an item, please contact your student’s counselor or Lisa at

    PE Waivers - Deadline Dec. 3rd

    PE Waiver Letter  

    Place all completed forms/letters in the box located in the main office on the front counter or in the one outside of RM 105C on top of the bookshelf. PE waiver are due no later than December 3rd. In the commons an updated list of all students and the status of PE waiver is posted every Monday Morning.  It is the student’s responsibility to check this list and make sure all information is accurate.  

    If you have any questions feel free to email Ms. Peila at Students are welcome to come to RM 105C for further explanation.   

    Private School Applications 

    Are you and your family planning on applying to a Private School for the 2019 -2020 school year? 

    If you answered yes, the 1st step is, go to RM 105C and ask Ms. Peila for the Hamilton Private School application information packet. 

    Information from Mr. Bundy

    Greetings Parents!

    RE: Student devices, i.e. smartphones

    Teachers and parents – we all share something in common: We are adults, who care about our kids/students, trying to manage their access to and interaction with technology. I am gratified that so many conversations have been taking place and that together we are learning about this, and each other. In that spirit, I would like to inform you of an amazing talk happening on Tuesday, November 27, by the developmental psychologist Dr. Gordon Neufeld. It is particularly aimed at parents but teachers and administrators will surely find it relevant as well. I hope to see you there! - Seth Bundy (HIMS math teacher and parent of two girls, age 6 and 9)
    Raising Children in a Digital Age
    The digital world is here to stay, with far-reaching consequences for children. How do we lead our children through these potent technologies in a developmentally healthy way? How do we harness the spectacular potential for virtual connection and avoid the pitfalls? Dr. Neufeld will look at the digital revolution as a developmentalist committed to helping parents help their children become all they were meant to be.

    Dr. Gordon Neufeld is a Vancouver-based developmental psychologist with over 45 years of experience. A foremost authority on child development, Dr. Neufeld is an international speaker, a bestselling author (Hold On To Your Kids), and a leading interpreter of the developmental paradigm. His Neufeld Institute is now a world-wide charitable organization devoted to applying developmental science to the task of raising children.

    Building Leadership Team (BLT) Meeting Summary: 10/18/18 

    The Hamilton BLT is a school governing body, made up of teachers, staff, two parent representatives, and Mr. Manza. Broadly, the group discusses and makes recommendations on the building’s strategic plan (the Continuous School Improvement Plan or CSIP), the school budget (and related budget tradeoffs), professional development and other emerging issues, as needed. The BLT meets the third Tuesday of every month from 7:30 am to 8:30 am; sometimes more in the spring budget season. 

    • We welcomed new BLT member Sandy Adams (front office, admin secretary) who represents classified staff and ran unopposed for the position
    • We heard a presentation by teacher Seth Bundy and two Hamilton parents advocating for HIMS to adopt the “Away for the Day” cell phone policy. They:
      • Noted that other SPS buildings have implemented this policy
      • Cited research on cell phones interfering with learning and impulse control.
      • Asked to survey staff on if/how they are using cell phones in the classroom as an instructional tool. (BLT approved move.)
    • Related to the cell phone policy, we discussed challenge of “solving” for lack of technology available to students in the building (e.g. insufficient # of laptops) to avoid reliance on student cell phones for in-class technology. Discussion will continue, including with PTSA. Mr. Manza agreed to reach out to other principals who have implemented the away for the day policy.
      • We heard a supervision concern around the need to ensure students at second lunch are not sent back to class areas until 12:45; admin will look into it.
      • We debriefed results of a staff survey re: student advisory period (details on results to come in later BLT report).

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    Winter Sports

    Boys Basketball
    Girls Basketball

    Signups for Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball start on Tuesday, Nov 13th. Signup sheets will be posted in the main office.

    Fall Sports

    Girls Soccer 

    Varsity Schedule 
    Varsity Standings 

    JV Schedule 

    Ultimate Frisbee 

    Ultimate Schedules  
    Hawks Ultimate Club

    For more information:

    Hamilton Athletics:        
    Seattle Schools:            
    SPS Athletics Webpage 
    Schedules and Information

    Follow SPS Athletics on Twitter

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    (Re)Register with FOMAHI: Please!!!

    If you have not done so, PLEASE register your NEW and RETURNING musician YEARLY for FOHAMI, and pay the enrichment fee of $25. FOMAHI (Friends of Music at Hamilton International) is a 100% volunteer organization that fundraises for—and supports—the school’s music program. Help keep the Hamilton music program strong and continue the additions that you come to expect.

    1. Go to FOMAHI website link here.
    2. Click "Register and Payments" icon on the upper left column.

    Help the Music Program, volunteer to help concerts run!

    We are STILL looking for a volunteer to help us run our concerts in the form of a Director for Concert Operations.  Seriously, please help make this post go away.  The work is manageable and is only three times/year.  Our concerts can't run without help, and selfishly, the other board members (including me) will have to do double duty and fill in, or the concerts will be most unpleasant and disorganized, and a poor experience for our young musicians.  Please feel pity on us, your student, and your director and help out.

     Email or if interested.

    Camp Burton Trip Chaperones Needed Nov. 16-17

    We are still looking for two male volunteer chaperones for the Junior, Senior, and Chamber orchestras.   

    Camp Burton is a beautiful setting on Vashon Island, so chaperoning is a nice getaway with nice views, food provided, and great music.  

    Information available at the FOMAHI website. Or email Christine Holden at, or

    ★ NEW Silverwood Trip Coordinator Needed

    Calling all parents/guardians of Senior Band, and Senior/Chamber Orchestra.  A trip coordinator is needed to help organize the Silverwood trip/festival this May (May 11 is date of trip). There is a step by step manual from last year's organizer so it will be pretty easy to follow.  Plus, your work will be rewarded by the screams of delight from the students, and the gratitude of the directors and parents.

    Please email, or Christina Holden at

    ★ NEW Orchestra Concerts

    Given the lack of an auditorium at Hamilton, and the fact that Lincoln is under construction, this year's orchestra concerts will be held at Eckstein Middle School (3003 NE 75th St, Seattle, WA 98115), and NOT at Jane Addams like last year. More details when the date approaches. Hopefully we will be back at Lincoln next year.


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    HOST Class!! Math Academy

    Math Academy is back! This class is designed to get students up to grade level in math. Students will deepen their understanding of mathematical content by reviewing lessons covered in class and have 1-on-1 time with staff. Students will improve study & homework skills by utilizing helpful strategies and tools and have a supportive and focused environment to finish assignments!

    This class is NOT for students in advanced math classes.
    Stop by Room 104, or contact for more information.

    Program Director Contact Information

    For more information: 

    ​Hawks Out of School Time (HOST) program is part of the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. 

    Porter Wells
    Program Director
    Hamilton Middle School Boys & Girls Club
    Office 206-252-5831
    Room 104 (across from the main office)


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    ★ Updated Lincoln High School

    LHS is scheduled to open for the 2019-2020 for incoming 9th and 10th graders. Many of Hamilton families are zoned for LHS.  

    Upcoming LHS Dates: 
    Incoming 9th Grader Info Night | January 15 |  John Marshall Building

    LHS Community Survey: 

    Students Survey
    Parent/Guardian Survey

    Other ways to stay Connected: 
    Like LHS on Facebook:
    Follow LHS on Twitter:   @lincoln_seattle  @CoreyEichner
    LHS Web profile:  Lincoln High School 

    ★ NEW Lincoln High School Music Boosters

    For those students who will be attending Lincoln High School in the years to come, there is a nascent music boosters club in formation to help create a stellar music program from the start. They are involved in helping fundraise for uniforms, music, instruments, plus much more. Equally important is the attempt to help fund a renovation of the Lincoln auditorium which is in sad technical and physical shape and is NOT slated for improvement due to lack of funding.  

    To help out or for more information, please contact Tracy Hillstrom at

    ★ NEW Japanese Dual Language at Lincoln High School

    Lincoln High School has been designated by Seattle Public Schools as the pathway High School for the Dual Language program, however at a recent meeting for Dual Language Immersion at Lincoln, information was given that the continuation of the Japanese program for 2019-20 was not guaranteed.  
    If you are a parent/guardian who are concerned about this, there are some things you can do:
    • Voice your concerns or opinions to Lincoln Principal Ruth Medsker at 206-252-3590 or 
    • Contact your Seattle School Board at 206-252-0040 or 
    • Testify at the next school Board meeting Nov 14. Public testimony starts at 5:30 pm. at the District Office - John Stanford Center for Excellence.

      Sign up for Public Testimony will be on Nov 12 at 8 am - This Monday!!
      E-mail: opens an email client application; or
      Call (206) 252-0040 to get on the list to testify.

    Center School Open House

    November 15 | 6:30-8:00pm | Center School - Armory Loft  

    The Center School is having an open house on Thursday, November 15th, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Armory Loft, 305 Harrison Street on the Seattle Center campus.  Sign-in and refreshments begin at 6:00 pm.  We request that you forward this letter to your 8th Grade families.

    The Center School is a small, arts-focused, arts-integrated public high school available to students from any neighborhood. While our class selections are not as numerous as those of larger schools, our curriculum provides depth and hands-on rigor, with a college prep track for each and every student. Our great science program includes AP Biology and AP Environmental Science.  Our multi-faceted visual arts program includes AP Studio Art. We have wonderful programs in theater, creative writing/poetry, as well as film-making and photography. The Center School also has an exemplary social justice program. Our students excel in an award winning Model UN program. The Center School is a gem among Seattle Public High Schools!
    We are a great choice for your graduating 8th graders who are artistically inclined and want intellectual rigor. The Center School is perfect for students who prefer a high school experience out of the mainstream that provides the structure and support needed for success. Talented students who might be uninspired by other schools really thrive here.
    Being situated in the Armory, in the heart of Seattle Center, The Center School has many arts and cultural organizations as neighbors. We love to build partnerships and learning opportunities with these unique resources and our students benefit from this rich environment.
    We want your students and their families to know about The Center School and what it offers that sets it apart from other high schools. Please contact us if you would like a student representative or two to speak to a student group at your school. We can also arrange for a parent to speak to a parent group. And we look forward to seeing you at our open house in the Armory Loft, (up the stairs from the food court), on Thursday, November 15th - sign-in and refreshments start at 6:00 pm, tour from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

    LGBTQ Families Dinner Tonight

    November 8 | 6-8:00pm | Meany Middle School

    The annual LGBTQ Families Dinner will be held Thurs., Nov. 8 from 6 - 8 p.m. at Meany Middle School.  Members of the school board will be there to welcome LGBTQ families and their friends. All SPS families and staff are welcome to attend!  This event is brought to you by the Health Education Office.  Dinner and entertainment will be provided.  To reserve space at this popular event, please RSVP with the number of people in your party to Brennon Ham in the Health Education Office at 206-743-3564 or

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    Due to incredible early demand, SKIBUS IS NOW SOLD OUT FOR the 2019 SEASON. We apologize for any disappointment.

    To be put on a wait list, please contact with the following details:    

    • Student name   
    • Parent phone number and email
    • Ski or snowboarding       
    • Students ability level   
    • Do they require bus and lessons or just bus

    If you have any questions, please contact the HIMS Ski Bus coordinator (school parent volunteer) Jan Tackett at: 206.297.7616 or 

    "Raising Kids in a Digital Age" Talk

    Talk by Dr. Gordon Neufield entitled "Raising Kids in a Digital Age." Sponsored by the Waldorf School.  

    Tuesday, November 27,  7:00-8:30 pm
    Mountaineers Club 7700 Sand Point Way NE

    Tickets go on sale this Tuesday, and it is predicted to sell out.

    One on One Basketball Seattle Presents...

    Pre-Season Tune-Ups (Ages 8-13) - invite teammates!
    Ravenna CC or Queen Anne CC (Saturdays) - begins November 10th
     - Skill work and controlled scrimmages with top One on One Coaches
     - shooting, finishing, footwork, defense, efficient ball-handling, passing

    One on One Thanksgiving Camps and Holiday Hoops Camps
    Meadowbrook CC or Queen Anne CC
    - learn to play the One on One way!  Don't get bored during break...GET BETTER!

    Register today at

    ★ Updated Travel with Riveted Kids - Mid-Winter Break in Oaxaca  

    We are going to Oaxaca over Winter Break! There is room for a few more: up to 4 more girls and up to 2 more boys. 7th or 8th graders are welcome.
    Jay and Kymber Waltmunson are parents of HIMS 8th grader Beija and the counselors for this trip. We’ll be joined by Samuel Bautista Lazo, a Zapotec dynamo, to guide our adventures. Check out the details, itinerary, and next steps here:

    The trip will run Feb. 16 - 23 (mid-winter break) and will cost $1595 + Airfare. Call or email with any questions you have. 

    ★ NEW NirV Student Adventure Bible 

    Community member Sue Bodensteiner is offering free copies of the kid-friendly NirV Student Adventure Bible to any family who wants one. To request one, email

    Service Trip to India

    Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?"  Has your student always wanted to travel abroad? Do they have a passion for volunteer work?  Now they have the opportunity to travel with a purpose. Next summer students from HIMS have the opportunity to go on a service trip to India! Last year 23 students attended the service trip to Tanzania and had the time of their lives! This service trip to India is about people, connections and self-discovery—all working together to change the world. It’s about being part of something bigger than yourself. It’s called ‘travelling with purpose.'

    The trip is through a non-SPS travel group called EF tours and will be partnered with the Free the Children non-profit. See some trip details: here

    Ms. Batty, a teacher at Hamilton will be taking the students and can give more details about cost/ how to enroll. You can reach her on a non-school email at for more information! 

    Seattle JazzED

    We have 5 full scholarship spots each in the Percussion Prep Ensemble and the Brass Prep Ensemble.

    I’ve included a bit of info about JazzED in case families are unfamiliar with us and what we do. Please feel free to edit as needed, and let me know if there is anything we can do to help YOUR school. If you have an auction/fundraising event coming up this year, we would be more than happy to donate a gift certificate to one of our programs.


    Seattle JazzED is a non-profit music education organization in the Central District/Madison Valley. We’re dedicated to creating awesome opportunities for kids. Over 900 students from 100+ schools come through our doors annually. You pay-what-you-can for any Seattle JazzED program, with free instrument loan assistance. 

    For those who need it, we also offer a full tuition waiver, no questions asked. Families simply need to enter code the WAIVER when checking out. 
    We’re looking for aspiring musicians in grades 4-8 to join our after-school Seattle JazzED Prep Ensembles. No experience required! You will learn how to play an instrument, perform, read music and set yourself up for a life of musical success. The Prep Ensembles began the week of October 1, 2018 and run through Thursday, May 16, 2019 with performances throughout. Registration is still open!
    You can learn to play the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, upright bass, guitar, piano & singing, OR drums in the JazzED Prep Ensembles. And don’t forget, you can get an instrument from us!

    Ensembles rehearse at the MLK FAME Community Center at 3201 E Republican St in the Madison Valley neighborhood.
    Learn more and sign up on our website:

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