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FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Jasmine Dohms stands out because she gets the job done to the best of her ability EVERY TIME! Her character can best be summed up with an example from class. She was placed in a group that seriously underperformed through absences and laziness…Instead of throwing in the towel herself, or whining and tattling on others for their lack of effort (which would have been understandable in her circumstance), she kept on keeping on. She finished the project and continued to encourage her group members to contribute during the presentation.

Submitted by Charles Williams

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Shane Engstrom is a caring student who works very hard. He does his best to be respectful to all of his peers and teachers as well. He is one of the first to volunteer when an extra job needs to be done around the classroom.

Submitted by Pam Henson

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Cody Weber for student of the month.  He works diligently in photo and produces some outstanding work. He works well with others and is a friendly and pleasant student in class.

Submitted by Breanna Hauer

 

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Lillian Fuhrman, currently, has the highest-grade percentage in Sophomore English.  She completes all her assignments, scores well on tests and quizzes, participates well in discussions contributing insightful thoughts, behaves maturely, and treats others well by showing respect at all times.  In all respects, she is a positive contributor to the class.

Submitted by Steve Rooklidge

 

 

 

 

CTE (FILM)

Ashely Jousma is hard working team player who is willing to do the extra time needed to meet deadlines. Ashley is flexible and willing to help others, assisting new students and answer questions. She is on task, motivated and has a bright future in filmmaking.

Submitted by Margaret Forslund

 

 

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

Emma Anderson was nominated because she is an incredibly hard working student. Emma is a dedicated, focused and considerate Spanish student. She has been in my class for two years, it has been a pleasure to see her grow foreign language learner. Her efforts are greatly appreciated!

Submitted by Lucia Alejandro

 

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE

Jasmine Hoadley has been really paying attention in class and is prepared to get started when the  bell rings. She has also works well on assignments with her classmates. She asks questions when she needs clarification. She has a great attitude!

Submitted by SueDean Langlois

 

 

 

 

 

MATH

Leslie Yan demonstrates a high aptitude in the area of mathematics.  She is a polite, cheerful and pleasant student.  Leslie has a strong sense of responsibility and desire to learn, as demonstrated by her perfect attendance this semester.  She is helpful and attentive towards her fellow classmates, and it is a privilege to be her math teacher this year.

Submitted by Rebecca Shaw

 

 

 

 

MUSIC (BAND)

Kameron Werner is in all the bands AND Jazz Choir where he plays the drum set.  Kameron is not only an awesome player but someone who always has a great attitude.  When issues arise, Kameron doesn’t get discouraged and tries to work out the problems. He is a leader in band simply by his actions.  I really appreciate him!

Submitted by Regan Huffman

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Scout Wilson is an outstanding young lady.  She has a great work ethic and is always trying to improve herself.  She is always competing with herself or if we are playing a game she is playing to win.

Submitted by Scout Wilson

 

 

 

 

 

LIBRARY

Emma Jewell is the Library Student of the Month. Emma is a voracious reader and is the top “checkout” with over 40 books checked out first semester. She comes to the library every morning to look for new reading material and she returns her books in good shape and on time. Emma embodies the phrase, “In order to succeed, you must read!”

Submitted by Lisa Sudar

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Daniel He has exhibited a tremendous amount of personal and academic maturity. I cannot think of another student in 6th period who has taken responsibility for their academics more seriously. I appreciate his effort and the respect he has shown to me and his classmates. Well done!!

Submitted by Steve Kloke

2018-04-03T18:35:04+00:00April 3rd, 2018|

JANUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

 

SCIENCE

Guadalupe Candia earned an A- in Ms. Princehouse’s Physical Science class, a tough class with a high failure rate.  She quietly does her job and learns the material.  Her work is typically on time and well done.  Her behavior in class is impeccable.  She is a great role model for other Monarchs.

Submitted by Lauren Princehouse

 

 

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

Lanna Ruiz is a third year Spanish student. When she started Spanish 2 her skills were not the strongest, but she has worked diligently to consistently improve them.  Despite a few setbacks, she didn’t give up and recently achieved her highest letter grade in the course. She will also continue to grow her understanding as she travels to Spain this March.

Submitted by Travis Ruhter

 

 

 

 

CAREER CENTER

Kindra Eubanks has been a great help as a Clerical Aid in the Career Center. She gets our day off right with messages sent, notes posted and errands run. She is always ready to take on a new project and can be counted on to complete it accurately and on time. She looks for ways to help students and staff alike. Thanks for all you do help the Career Center run smoothly.

Submitted by Elaine Peters

 

 

 

 

MUSIC (CHOIR)

Owen Bradford is a strong contribution to the choir program. Bradford sings in both Chamber Choir and After Hours. His ability to sing confidently and work hard is one of the many reasons why he is student of the month for Choir.

Submitted by Billy Buhl

 

 

 

 

 

ART

Angela Ruiz is an exemplary human being, willing to assist other students and the teacher, always producing quality work, and always showing up with a smile.

 

Submitted by Vivian Pointer

 

 

 

 

MATH

Josh Leach is in Math Analysis, which is not a graduation requirement, but he is dedicated nonetheless. In first semester Josh had perfect attendance in math and he always worked hard. He came in outside of class time and worked hard on anything that was challenging for him. He is always a joy to have in class, especially when he does his Kermit the Frog voice.

Submitted by Diondra Beck

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Luke Divine is working hard on his personal goals and making a lot of progress.  He has done a great job in all of his classes and he is respectful to all of his teachers.

Submitted by Chuck Fleming

 

 

 

 

 

CTE (MARKETING)

Riley Rawson took 1st place in the AREA 9 DECA Competition last month as she serves as AREA 9 DECA President. She has helped the new DECA chapter at Stevenson High School. Lastly, she was nominated for MMHS Kings Court.

Submitted by Greg McCormick

 

 

 

 

 

P.E. (SWIMMING)

Kaitlyn Hylton has been in my swim conditioning class since September. She hasn’t missed any classes, she works very hard, and has improved significantly. She has been a joy to have in class.

 

Submitted by Lori Clark

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Grace Huhta is student of the month for English. She does a wonderful job on all of her work and she is happy to help others near her. She understands the importance of citations and the delicate nuances of poetry.  She is a rock in her English class that can always be counted on for a solid understanding of the lesson at hand.

Submitted by Betsy Brown

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATION

Toby Larson is a model Monarch with his consistent and positive behavior. Toby is always on time, polite, ready to work, and mindful of others. Toby works hard and takes on new challenges as he continues through his high school experience.

Submitted by Brooks Cooper

 

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Adam Burckhardt is an articulate, well-spoken and curious young man. He exemplifies what it means to be a scholar and has proved himself to be a very engaging and disciplined student. I admire his academic leadership in an honors level class. Well done!

Submitted by Steve Kloke

2018-02-16T00:41:20+00:00February 16th, 2018|

DECEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

 

MATH

Tea Garcia has been chosen for Student of the Month for Mathematics. Tea has made great strides academically. She is a great example of a student who is taking control of her learning and putting forth her best effort. Tea always has her homework complete and works through the process of correcting it. If she misses some problems, she makes sure to go back and rework them until she gets them correct. She is also always respectful in class and willing to help those around her if they need it. I am so proud of Tea and growth she has shown as both a student and individual.

Submitted by Pam Clark

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Gabe Slind does an excellent job in AP US History.  He produces quality work, actively participates in class discussions, and is a true pleasure to have in class.

Submitted by Kim Ulman

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Ashley Arledge is a remarkable physical education student. She demonstrates a high level of energy, enthusiasm and determination in all of the class activities. Highly self motivated, her positive attitude and behavior make her an inspiration to her fellow classmates.  Her favorite day by far is “Bakamus Fun Day”!

Submitted by Bill Bakamus

 

 

 

CERAMICS

Aurora Schoonover’s focus, enthusiasm and adventuresome spirit is a rarity in the beginning clay classroom.  Every project she designs and creates exemplifies the high standards she sets for herself daily.  Her determination is infectious and inspiring and sets a wonderful example for everyone in her “clay” orbit.

Submitted by Deb Robasky

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

Emma Johnson was selected by peers and Mrs. Alejandro for being responsible, respectful and gaining fluency in Spanish. Emma is an exceptional student because she works hard, enjoys the process of learning and assists others. Muchas gracias!

Submitted by Lucy Alejandro

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Kalina Makaiwi has been one of the top performers among all English 12 students throughout the school year. She has consistently showed disciplined academic habits, doing excellent work and being consistently ahead of schedule. When she’s hit difficulties, she has persevered and asked questions in order to take ownership of her learning. I appreciate her hard work and responsibility.

Submitted by Chris Coffee

 

 

 

MUSIC

Amaya Busby-Frey is music (band) student of the month.  Amaya always has a great attitude, works really hard and is fun to be around.  I really appreciate her work ethic.  Amaya plays percussion in Concert Band and always gives 100%.  She is a great person in every way.

Submitted by Regan Huffman

 

 

 

 

CTE

Brandon Hall is a CTE student in Dream Design Build.   Brandon shows up to class on time every day with a desire to work and help others. He is always willing to set his project aside to help, teach and lead fellow students. Brandon continues to improve skills and expresses goals to continue in CTE courses and as a career after high school. Brandon is a valuable member of the CTE community.

Submitted by Sam Kell

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATION

Jeremy Snyder has found a great niche for himself as an actor.  His infectious display of emotion during drama performances is delightful to watch.  Jeremy’s performance at the recent Madrigal Dinner was (once again) spot on!

Submitted by Phil Suek

 

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE

Ariana Tucker has been working hard to make up the missing assignments and knowledge from the beginning of the semester, while at the same time working hard on getting all the new work and Information.

Submitted by David Moser

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Kaya Cardenas, although very quiet, always knows what’s going on in class, and often has something not only relevant, but profound to say about the subject that we are studying.  I enjoy having Kaya in my English class.

Submitted by Morgen Smith

 

 

 

 

LIBRARY

Olivia Flores is the library’s Student of the Month. Olivia’s creative talents and boundless energy are wonderful for creating displays and signs. She channels her talents into brightening the library and reaching out to patrons and co-workers alike. She is an avid reader and loves to talk books. Olivia provides a respite of brightness during the dark days of winter.

Submitted by Lisa Sudar

2018-01-11T22:37:00+00:00January 11th, 2018|

NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

ENGLISH

Emma Chang has been a top-notch student in my Humanities class this year. Yes, she completes all her work on time and to a high standard of excellence, which is wonderful. More importantly, however, she engages herself completely and passionately in the subject matter in a way that reflects curiosity, open-mindedness, and genuine interest in whatever we are studying. This passion for learning manifests itself in assignments and class contributions that reveal both a deep knowledge of the subject and a love for learning and the arts that is admirable.

Submitted by Mr. Coffee

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATION

Dawson Dang: Athletically, Dawson participates at a high level in water polo and swimming. He is a hard worker who leads by example and by encouragement. Academically, Dawson excels due to his work ethic and conscientiousness.

Submitted by Mr. Blackman

 

 

 

 

 

MATH

Brenden Pope struggled as an incoming freshman, but has made an effort to use the tools provided to him in my class. He proved to himself and me that he can be successful in high school as evidenced by his most recent test, which was an 89%!

Submitted by Ms. Lambert

 

 

 

 

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Sarah Sanchez is in my 5th period ASL class. She came into my class a little later than the rest of them, but lost no time in getting caught up. She’s now one of my leading students in fluency and enthusiasm. Even on her roughest days she always comes in with a smile on her face and encourages everyone around her. Often when we come across a challenging aspect of ASL she’s the one who’ll keep the entire class positive.

 

Submitted by Mrs. DeGraaf

 

 

 

CTE (Health)

Josie Boultinghouse’s enthusiasm and work ethic for the subject is greatly appreciated. She works hard to stay on top of current topics and isn’t afraid to participate in class discussions. Her positive attitude, personality and smile bring enjoyment to our class. She is also a positive role model. For these reasons, Josie is worthy of receiving the student of the month award for Health.

Submitted by Mrs. Kloke

 

 

 

 

LEADERSHIP

Antonio DaSilva has jumped right into leadership as a freshman with a positive, helpful attitude. He is eager to learn and puts strong effort into everything he does. We hear great things from his other teachers so we feel he is representing leadership well. Plus his smile is contagious!

Submitted by Ms. Beck

 

 

 

 

 

CERAMICS

Tyeson Gamble is an exemplary student in Ceramics I.  His natural abilities with conceptualizing an idea in clay and recognizing the lessons learned in the process speaks of an advanced level student and not a beginner.   What particularly impresses is Tyeson’s questioning:  he continually inquires on techniques and outcomes in construction and glazing and uses any information to experiment and better his process in creating unique and well-crafted art work.

Submitted by Mrs. Robasky

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE

Emma Johnson currently has the highest grade in Honors Physical Science and tied for the highest score on this month’s states of matter test.  She also makes excellent contributions to class discussions.

Submitted by Mr. Powell

 

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Alexis Troy is a student genuinely interested in current events happening around the world. She asks probing questions and always participates in classroom discussions. Her essays reflect a depth of critical thinking and analysis that reflects her disciplined thinking.

Submitted by Mr. Tilton

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Kathleen West is in her first year of weight training and she is already out working most everyone in the class.  She just broke the freshman girl’s squat record with a 225 pound one rep lift!!!  She is great leader and has an outstanding work ethic!

Submitted by Mr. Perkins

 

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Marlen Angulo has brought a great attitude and work ethic since starting here at Mark Morris.  She has wonderful attendance and she is a positive influence on her peers.  While Marlen has a quiet demeanor, her effort and dedication speak loudly.  She is off to a fantastic start as a Monarch.

Submitted by Mr. Volk

 

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Natasha Chapman-Pearce possesses all of the traits of a high performing student. She is a hard worker, disciplined, organized and exhibits an attitude of care and concern for her learning. I admire this young lady because she is intelligent, but also because she is a person of integrity. I applaud her efforts and look forward to seeing her reach her potential. Well done Natasha!

Submitted by Mr. Kloke

2017-12-05T19:41:04+00:00December 5th, 2017|

TYLER LOCKETT PLEDGE FOR YOUR FUTURE

Aquafina® and NFL wide receiver/returner Tyler Lockett have teamed up to give students and parents the opportunity to pledge for the future.

Simply go to www.lockettpledge.com, choose Mark Morris High School, and tell them why it is important to you to graduate from high school.  Parents can also join and enter to win $5,000 for their student’s education!

The school with the highest percentage of pledges based on their enrollment will win $5000 AND a visit from Seahawk Tyler Lockett!

Five additional schools will receive $1000.  Deadline to make your pledge is December 15, 2017.                                                        

LET’S GO MONARCHS!

 

 

2017-11-14T01:15:03+00:00November 14th, 2017|

SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

 

 

ADMINISTRATION

Marena Araujo has started off her senior year with confidence and a willingness to step forward and be a leader.  Her presence in the student leadership class and energetic co-hosting of the Fall Sports Assembly show her potential to do great things in the future.  Well done, Marena!

Submitted by Mr. Suek

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION-AQUATICS

Zack Butler is a junior.  He learned to swim in my beginning class as a freshman, progressed in his swimming in the swim conditioning class last year and is now in the Lifeguard Training class. He is also on the Water Polo Team and Swim Team.

Submitted by Mrs. Clark

 

 

 

 

MATH

KaytLynn Croy is a responsible, motivated and hard working student! I admire KaytLynn’s dedication to learning and her determination to accomplish anything she sets her mind to. In addition to excellence in the classroom, she is a great leader among her peers and is always willing to help and ask questions.

Submitted by Ms. Isaacson

 

 

 

CHOIR

Jennifer Rodrigues-Palomera is a first year student the choir program at Mark Morris and she is already a great role model for her peers. She always comes to class with a smile and positive attitude. Her strong work ethic, great voice, and fantastic ability to stay focused during rehearsal is why she was selected as choir student of the month.

Submitted by Mr. Buhl

 

 

 

SCIENCE

Briana Barron has started off the year doing great work in biology.  All of her assignmentS have been done on time and done well.  Her notebook looks beautiful and she did well on her first biology test.

Submitted by Mrs. Langlois

 

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Kenniya Mullen is a hard working, friendly student. She has shown great initiative by helping other students whenever she sees that there is a need. Kenniya always has a positive attitude and has been a great addition to our classroom.

Submitted by Mrs. Henson

 

 

 

 

ART

Candelaria Vasquez-Lopez has gone above and beyond in my class to produce quality work, and in acting as a Spanish translator for a peer. She takes the extra time to translate each lesson into Spanish, all the while keeping up with her own work, without asking for anything in return for this extra effort. She is a very polite and pleasant human being deserving of recognition.

 

Submitted by Ms. Pointer

 

 

LIBRARY

Brennen Ditto-Wasson has been chosen because of his willingness to try new tasks and his attention to detail in all things library. He is great at shelving books and can always be found making the library a better place. He is a wonderful addition to our library.

Submitted by Lisa Sudar

 

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

Sam Peltola consistently demonstrates a positive attitude, willingness to learn and excels in collaboration. She exemplified these qualities in the past month; as our class worked on their first project Sam and her group utilized their time wisely, approached challenges with a proactive and caring mindset. Their tutorial videos were fantastic and informative. Muchas gracias a Sam, Morgan y Madelyn Mejia!

Submitted by Mrs. Alejandro

 

 

 

CTE (CADD)

Alex Davis has demonstrated both incredible talent for CADD as well as a willingness to help others in a meaningful way. When he finishes a task he helps the people around him with his hands off the keyboard so they can go through the motions of the activity as well. Alex is curious and willing to try new and inventive solutions, and persistent when he is tasked with a challenge outside his scope of knowledge. He is a valued member of the CADD community.

Submitted by Ms. Forslund

 

 

ENGLISH

Angelina Barnes currently has the highest grade percentage in Honors English 10.  Angelina has consistently earned high scores on frequent vocabulary and reading quizzes, which speaks highly of her preparation and work ethic.  Angelina also behaves maturely, treats her classmates with respect, demonstrates intellectual curiosity, and participates in classroom discussions.

Submitted by Mr. Rooklidge

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Alen Cordilione is the type of student who pursues understanding. He does not merely attempt to get the job done, but asks questions in order to fit the little pieces together into a larger whole. Recently he has taken the initiative to develop a new Debate Club here at Mark Morris. In sum, Alen is an exemplary student because he affords the time it takes to question learning, instead of simply regurgitating it.

Submitted by Mr. Williams

2017-10-11T18:15:21+00:00October 11th, 2017|

FAFSA NIGHTS

Our next FAFSA Night will be Monday, October 23, 2017 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in MMHS Room C5.  All Longview Public Schools seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Students should stop by the Career Center for information about what to bring to complete the FAFSA.

2017-10-11T16:23:31+00:00September 26th, 2017|

Mark Morris student named National Merit Scholar

 

Mark Morris senior Isabel Buckingham has been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program.  About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise.  Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2018 competition by taking the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

2017-10-02T20:31:59+00:00September 25th, 2017|

MAY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

CTE

Case Longtain perseveres and problem solves until he has achieved the answer.  He learns to understand and then applies those concepts to different situations.  Case has earned Microsoft Certifications in both Word Expert and Excel Expert. His learning mindset and willingness to work hard is why he is a successful learner! Case will definitely be an excellent employee because of his commitment to succeed, great work ethic, and special ability to work with all types of people.

Submitted by Jocelyn Schauer

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

Rylli Whitney has been an outstanding level 2 Spanish student all year. Her ability to comprehend and manipulate the language is exceptional. In class she always pushes for understanding concepts clearly and not just for getting an answer correct on an exam. She is also helpful with her peers when they need a little extra help. Her conscientious attitude and work ethic are two of her best assets in this course.

Submitted by Travis Ruhter

 

 

 

 

CAREER CENTER

Erin Kordenat has been an outstanding Clerical Aid in the Career Center. She manages our Career Center PowerPoint and helps keep our scholarship files up-to-date.  She is helpful and courteous when dealing with staff members and other students.  Erin has been a great addition to 1st period in the Career Center.

Submitted by Elaine Peters

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Brooklyn Smith does an excellent job in AP US History.  She consistently produces quality work.  I appreciate the effort she displays.

Submitted by Kim Ulman

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Alexis Saiz has done a tremendous job in English this year.  She is a quiet, thoughtful person who takes a great deal of personal pride in her work.  It is a pleasure to have her in class.  Great job Alexis!

Submitted by Ryan Smith

 

 

 

 

CERAMICS

Rosemary Sarabia is a rarity in the high school ceramics classroom; from day one and right out of the gate she was incredibly creative in her ideas and execution in clay.  As Rosemary learned about the challenges of the medium she always persevered and used cracks, breaks and/or changes to turn her work into something compelling-that is a sign of a serious artist.  In a large classroom Rosemary showed flexibility and an appreciation of what it means to be a part of a studio environment-she unfailing kept her area clean and cheerfully kept up other areas of the room, never complaining.  I’m anticipating some great things from this young lady in her senior year.  Yay Rosemary!

                                                        Submitted by Deb Robasky

 

 ADMINISTRATION

Ryan Knapp is an active member of the Mark Morris Tech Club.  On three separate occasions Ryan has been instrumental in setting up and tearing down technology equipment that was used at outside athletic events.  Having sound systems available for these outside events enhanced the overall atmosphere of the events and was well received by participants and spectators.

Submitted by Robert Blackman

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Zach Grau has brought a positive attitude and a good sense of humor to his classes.  Zach’s attendance is solid and he accepts challenges.  Zach has a good work ethic and I look forward to working with him while he is here at Mark Morris.

Submitted by Aaron Volk

 

 

 

 

MATH

Serenity Foster is a role model among her peers in class and is always willing to help. From first to second semester, she has improved immensely and has taken ownership of her learning. Serenity exhibits perseverance in math and works hard to do her best. She has a mindset and attitude that will continue to help her succeed.

Submitted by Jill Isaacson

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Timur Berishev has been an extremely hard worker. His attitude and enthusiasm have been contagious.  He always gives 100% and loves physical education.

Submitted by Bill Bakamus

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE

Grace Huhta currently has earned the highest percentage of points in Mrs. Princehouse’s Physical Science classes.  Grace always completes her homework, turns in complete, well-done labs, and achieves high test scores.  She in engaged in learning, and has a positive attitude and a quick smile.

Submitted by Lauren Princehouse

 

 

 

MUSIC (BAND)

Brooke Keithley is an excellent flute player. She has had many solos this year and has worked really hard to play them well. I love her “never give up attitude” and admire her work ethic. We are lucky to have her in our band.

Submitted by Regan Huffman

 

 

 

 

 

2017-06-19T19:00:15+00:00June 19th, 2017|
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