Domino's Fundraiser and Yearbook Distribution Information

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Domino's Fundraiser

It’s an Oak Hill Pizza Party!  Take a break from cooking lunch or dinner and get some delicious contact-free pizza while supporting Oak Hill at the same time!   Order tomorrow from 11 am to 10 pm online, on the app, in the store or by phone and use the promo code DN3.  Oak Hill will receive 20% of the total sales!  You may order from the McLearen Road Domino's or the Greenbriar Shopping Center Domino's.  Our last Domino’s Fundraiser was extremely successful, help us make this one just as amazing! Go Oak Hill!

Yearbook Distribution Information

Yearbooks are in and will be distributed this week! If your child is virtual and taking the SOL test today, we will distribute yearbooks to the virtual students only directly after the test.

If your child is virtual and not taking the SOL test, we will be distributing yearbooks this week (5/17 to 5/21) from 4:00 – 4:30 pm in front of the building.  Please pull into the bus loop and wait for a staff member to approach you.  We ask that you please wear a mask.  If you will not be able to pick up your yearbook during these times, please call the front office at 703-467-3500 to arrange another time.

If your child is in-person, classroom teachers will distribute them for students to take home during the week.

We do have a very limited number of extra Yearbooks if you would still like to buy one.  They are $19 and checks should be made payable to Oak Hill Elementary School.

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Domino's Fundrasier and Yearbook Distribution Information

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Domino's Fundraiser

It’s an Oak Hill Pizza Party!  Take a break from cooking lunch or dinner and get some delicious contact-free pizza while supporting Oak Hill at the same time!   Order Tuesday, May 18th from 11 am to 10 pm online, on the app, in the store or by phone and use the promo code DN3.  Oak Hill will receive 20% of the total sales!  You may order from the McLearen Road Domino's or the Greenbriar Shopping Center Domino's.  Our last Domino’s Fundraiser was extremely successful, help us make this one just as amazing! Go Oak Hill!

Yearbook Distribution Information

Yearbooks are in and will be distributed next week!If your child is virtual and taking the SOL test on Monday, May 17, we will distribute yearbooks to the virtual students only directly after the test.

If your child is virtual and not taking the SOL test, we will be distributing yearbooks next week (5/17 to 5/21) from 4:00 – 4:30 pm in front of the building.  Please pull into the bus loop and wait for a staff member to approach you.  We ask that you please wear a mask.  If you will not be able to pick up your yearbook during these times, please call the front office at 703-467-3500 to arrange another time.

If your child is in-person, classroom teachers will distribute them for students to take home during the week.

We do have a very limited number of extra Yearbooks if you would still like to buy one.  They are $19 and checks should be made payable to Oak Hill Elementary School.

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Wolf News May 12

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Students got outside to enjoy snack time.

Principal's Message

Dear Families,

Mr. Credle and I would like to thank you for helping us to celebrate our amazing OHES staff last week! Staff “were treated” with many acts of appreciation that included a PTA funded yummy boxed lunch from PotBelly and a sundae coupon to Baskin Robbins! Thank you, too, to the many families who donated gift certificates or basket items to Mrs. DeVight! Notes of appreciation from you and your child(ren) were most favored and valued. Thank you for recognizing our staff and giving them that little extra support to take us into the last four weeks of school!

Sincerely,

Holly DeVore, Principal

SOL Testing Information

Students in grades 3-6 will be taking the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests over the next few weeks.  Please avoid scheduling appointments on your child's testing day. Make up testing will occur throughout the window based on staff availability to administer tests. Below is the schedule.

May 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

2021-2022 Class Placement

With the end of the school year approaching, it is time for the Oak Hill Staff to start preparing for the 2020-2021 school year.  Building a classroom of students is no easy task!  We must take many considerations into account such as heterogeneous groupings and balancing academic abilities.  We also consider how to maximize the support our resource teachers can provide students. 

If you feel that there is pertinent information to support your child’s success for the upcoming school year, please complete this Parent Input Form by this Friday to ensure it is used for end of the year class placements. This system is not intended for families to request specific teachers. Class assignments are created by a team. Your child’s current teacher, specialists, and administrators collaborate to make well balanced classes where students can succeed. Oak Hill embraces collective responsibility and all of our staff are equipped to meet individual student needs.

Student Intention Survey 2021-2022

In order to ensure that we have the right number of staff in place to greet our returning students in August, we request that you fill out this simple survey indicating your child's intention to return to Oak Hill next year.  Please fill it out for each child attending Oak Hill by Friday May 21, 2021.  If you indicate that you will not be returning, our registrar, Katherine Dillard, will reach out via email for more information.  Please contact Ms. Dillard with questions at kjdillard1@fcps.edu.

Immunization Requirement Updates

Effective July 1, 2021, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) will require new school entry immunizations. All grade levels will be affected by these additional immunizations.

Required for School Entry:

  • A minimum of two doses of Hepatitis (A) vaccine are required: For SY 2021/2022, Kindergarten students must have two doses of Hepatitis A.
  • A minimum of two doses of Meningococcal (MenACWY) vaccine are required: For SY 2021/2022, 7th grade students must have one dose and 12th grade students must have one dose. 
  • A minimum of one dose of Rotavirus (RV) vaccine is required: One dose is required for students less than eight months of age.

Recommended but NOT REQUIRED for School Entry:

  • A complete series of Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is recommended The minimum age for the initial dose is nine years.  The first dose is recommended for ALL (boys and girls) students entering 7th grade. The parent or guardian, at their sole discretion, may elect for the student not to receive the HPV series. Parent/guardian HPV opt-out documentation is not required.
Jewish American Heritage Month

In May we celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM).  This is an annual recognition and celebration of American Jews' achievements and contributions to the United States of America. 

President George W. Bush first proclaimed the month on April 20, 2006, as a result of cooperation with Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA), as well as the Jewish Museum of Florida and the South Florida Jewish Community.  Since then, annual proclamations have been made by Presidents Bush, Obama, Trump, and Biden.  For more information about Jewish American Heritage Month click here.

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

In May, people all over the United States celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Students deserve meaningful, sustained opportunities to learn about the diverse perspectives, experiences, and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders year-round, and Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is one opportunity to honor these important stories. 

To support teachers and school divisions to that end, FCPS Social Studies, in collaboration with a group of community stakeholders and educators across subject areas, developed ideas for classroom learning experiences across content areas and grade levels

Stress Less, Laugh More

Great news, Wednesday, May 19th is our fifth Stress Less, Laugh More day!  The theme is “Be Well and Explore the Outdoors.”  Studies show that spending time outdoors can boost positive emotions and help you feel more relaxed if you are worried or tense. Kids can wear their favorite hat or sunglasses and Oak Hill spirit wear which could include an Oak Hill Run Club or 5K Race shirt. 

Domino's Fundraiser

It’s an Oak Hill Pizza Party!  Take a break from cooking lunch or dinner and get some delicious contact-free pizza while supporting Oak Hill at the same time!   Order Tuesday May 18th from 11 am to 10 pm online, on the app, in the store or by phone and use the promo code DN3.  Oak Hill will receive 20% of the total sales!  You may order from the McLearen Road Domino's or the Greenbriar Shopping Center Domino's.  Our last Domino’s Fundraiser was extremely successful, help us make this one just as amazing! Go Oak Hill!

Reading Tip of the Week

Summer is just around the corner! Children will soon be ready to children dive into summer reading.  By engaging in summer reading, children improve their fluency skills.  When students are fluent, they comprehend the text more readily and can think at higher levels.  Fluency includes accuracy, rate, and using expression.  To learn more about how you can help your child improve his/her fluency over the summer, please explore this article here.

Key Calendar Dates

May 13: Eid al Fitr

May 14: Class Placement form due

May 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

May 18: Fundraiser at Domino's Pizza

May 19: Stress Less, Laugh More: Wear your favorite hat or sunglasses and Oak Hill spirit wear

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

May 31: Memorial Day, school closed

June 8: Democratic Primary Election, virtual synchronous learning day

June 7: 6th Grade Car Parade and party

June 8: 6th Grade Moving Up Ceremony

Ways to Stay Informed

Visit the Oak Hill website and FCPS website for updates.

Follow Oak Hill on Twitter @OakHillES.

Access Oak Hill's News You Choose.

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Wolf News May 5

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Mrs. DeVore and Mr. Credle appreciate our great Oak Hill staff!

Principal's Message

Dear Families,

We are having fun “treating” our staff to some goodies and showing them how much we appreciate and support their work! Might you be able to send a written word or recognition in the form of a note or through our FCPS Cares? And don’t forget, we have a parent volunteer who is collecting items to be arranged into small gift baskets to raffle off for staff. Please see the information below and if you are able to help, donations will be collected until May 6th. Thank you for your continued support and for sending us your most valuable possessions each day!

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to further support your child’s learning at Oak Hill!

Sincerely,

Holly DeVore, Principal

PTA Thank You

As part of Staff Appreciation Week, Oak Hill's PTA provided our staff with a free ice cream voucher fom Baskin Robbins and a delicious lunch from Potbelly yesterday.  Thank you for the gifts, Oak Hill PTA!

 

 

Staff Appreciation Donation Ideas

This week is Staff Appreciation Week.  We would LOVE to honor as many staff members as we can.  Please sign up using this link with what gift(s) you would be willing to donate as one of the prizes to a staff member.  The more prizes we collect, the more staff we can honor.  Creativeness is encouraged!  There are around 105 staff members at Oak Hill, let's show them that we care.

You can drop off donations on the front porch of Wendy DeVight, at 3219 Kinross Circle, until tomorrow.  If you have questions, please email Wendy, at Wendydevight@gmail.com.

SOL Testing Information

Students in grades 3-6 will be taking the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests next month. Please avoid scheduling appointments on your child's testing day. Make up testing will occur throughout the window based on staff availability to administer tests. Below is the schedule.

May 12 & 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

2021-2022 Class Placement

With the end of the school year approaching, it is time for the Oak Hill Staff to start preparing for the 2020-2021 school year.  Building a classroom of students is no easy task!  We must take many considerations into account such as heterogeneous groupings and balancing academic abilities.  We also consider how to maximize the support our resource teachers can provide students. 

If you feel that there is pertinent information to support your child’s success for the upcoming school year, please complete this Parent Input Form by Friday, May 14, 2021 to ensure it is used for end of the year class placements. This system is not intended for families to request specific teachers. Class assignments are created by a team. Your child’s current teacher, specialists, and administrators collaborate to make well balanced classes where students can succeed. Oak Hill embraces collective responsibility and all of our staff are equipped to meet individual student needs.

Student Intention Survey 2021-2022

In order to ensure that we have the right number of staff in place to greet our returning students in August, we request that you fill out this simple survey indicating your child's intention to return to Oak Hill next year.  Please fill it out for each child attending Oak Hill by May 21, 2021.  If you indicate that you will not be returning, our registrar, Katherine Dillard, will reach out via email for more information.  Please contact Ms. Dillard with questions at kjdillard1@fcps.edu.

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

In May, people all over the United States celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Students deserve meaningful, sustained opportunities to learn about the diverse perspectives, experiences, and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders year-round, and Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is one opportunity to honor these important stories. 

To support teachers and school divisions to that end, FCPS Social Studies, in collaboration with a group of community stakeholders and educators across subject areas, developed ideas for classroom learning experiences across content areas and grade levels

Summer Practice Books

Summer Practice Books will be mailed home to FCPS students to provide suggested activities for students to support continued learning.  Families who have opted-out of paper mailings from the division will only receive digital copies of the Summer Practice Books.  Books will be mailed home to families in early June to arrive before the last day of school, June 11, 2021.  Families will receive email communication in May about upcoming book arrival.  Digital versions of books will be emailed to the enrolling parent SIS account in PDF format the week of June 7, 2021.

  • Pre-Kindergarten students will receive one interdisciplinary Summer Practice Book.
  • Students enrolled in grades K-8 in 2020-21 will receive one Language Arts Practice Book and one Math Practice Book by course enrollment.  These books will also include information and guidance about digital tools that can be accessed by students and families to support learning throughout the summer.
  • English Learners and Special Education students may receive additional or customized books.   

More information can be accessed on the Summer Practice Books public webpage

Library Curbside Pickup Update

Monday, May 10th from 1:30-4:30pm will be Oak Hill’s final library curbside pickup for the school year. Curbside pickup on May 17 and May 24 is canceled due to SOL testing.  Students can continue to request library books by placing a HOLD on books through their library account.  Virtual students are encouraged to contact the Oak Hill library to arrange an alternate day/time to pickup library books Tuesday through Friday.  Students working in-person at Oak Hill will have their library books delivered to their classroom or teacher’s mailbox. 

Please note:  ALL library books are DUE by Friday, May 28th.  For your convenience, library books can be returned 24 hours a day to our return bin in front of Oak Hill’s main entrance.

The library can be contacted at 703-467-3511 or via email at jlhenry@fcps.edu or gwgermain1@fcps.edu to schedule book pick up or with any questions you may have.

All Students to Be Virtual on June 8 Due to Democratic Primary Election

Tuesday, June 8, is the Democratic Primary Election. Because the Fairfax County Electoral Board and City of Fairfax Electoral Board will be using 165 school facilities as polling locations, June 8 will be a virtual synchronous  learning day (no in-person classes) for students.

Get more information about the primary elections.

Math Tip of the Week

As the end of the year draws near, families are always looking for more resources to use to review concepts learned with their children.  Our Virginia Department of Education website has lots of resources.  If you are looking for games to play that review essential standards, here is a link to the VDOE site for Math.  In addition, for families who are looking for review and support for our upcoming Math SOLs, here is a place to gather information for practice.  Stay tuned for our June Tip of the Week for more resources for Summer Learning.

Key Calendar Dates

May 3-7: Staff Appreciation Week

May 6: Staff Appreciation donations due to Wendy DeVight

May 10: Final Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-4:30pm

May 12: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 14: Class Placement form due

May 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

May 18: Spirit Day/Night at Domino's Pizza

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

May 31: Memorial Day, school closed

June 8: Democratic Primary Election, virtual synchronous learning day

Ways to Stay Informed

Visit the Oak Hill website and FCPS website for updates.

Follow Oak Hill on Twitter @OakHillES.

Access Oak Hill's News You Choose.

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Attendance: 703-467-3535 | Web | Twitter

Staff Appreciation Donation Ideas

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Staff Appreciation Donation Ideas

This week is Staff Appreciation Week.  We would LOVE to honor as many staff members as we can.  Please sign up using this link with what gift(s) you would be willing to donate as one of the prizes to a staff member.  The more prizes we collect, the more staff we can honor.  Creativeness is encouraged!  There are around 105 staff members at Oak Hill, let's show them that we care.

You can drop off donations on the front porch of Wendy DeVight, at 3219 Kinross Circle, until May 6th.  If you have questions, please email Wendy, at Wendydevight@gmail.com.

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Wolf News April 30

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                  Oak Hill students enjoying recess and warmer weather.

Principal's Message

Dear Families,

I hope this message finds you doing better than a year ago at this time. Thank you for your continued partnership as we begin a new month and see the end of the 2020-21 school year in sight. I think most of us feel more hopeful for the future and what next year will bring! Mr. Credle and I couldn’t be prouder of our students’ resiliency and positivity that they show each day. Speaking of positivity, our staff continue to put a smile on each day and welcome students with warm hearts. Like you, they have been through so much this year both personally and professionally. I ask that you pause for a moment and let someone at Oak Hill know what it is that you have appreciated about them this school year. A written word of recognition goes a long way and what better time than during staff appreciation week!  You can recognize a staff member through the FCPS CARES Program.  And don’t forget, we have a parent volunteer who is collecting items to be arranged into small gift baskets to raffle off for staff. Please see the information below and if you are able to help, donations will be collected until May 6th.

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to further support your child’s learning at Oak Hill!

Sincerely,

Holly DeVore, Principal

Staff Appreciation Donation Ideas

Next week is Staff Appreciation Week.  We would LOVE to honor as many staff members as we can.  Please sign up using this link with what gift(s) you would be willing to donate as one of the prizes to a staff member.  The more prizes we collect, the more staff we can honor.  Creativeness is encouraged!  There are around 105 staff members at Oak Hill, let's show them that we care.

You can drop off donations on the front porch of Wendy DeVight, at 3219 Kinross Circle, until May 6th.  If you have questions, please email Wendy, at Wendydevight@gmail.com.

SOL Testing Information

Students in grades 3-6 will be taking the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests next month. Please avoid scheduling appointments on your child's testing day. Make up testing will occur throughout the window based on staff availability to administer tests. Below is the schedule.

May 12 & 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and 6 at 12:45pm

Part-Time Advanced Academics Services-Level II-III

In addition to the AAP level IV Program, Fairfax County offers a continuum of services to meet children’s academic needs. Differentiated lessons (Level II) and Part-Time Advanced Academic Programs (Level III) are also available for students through a school screening process.  To learn more about these levels of service please visit the AAP website found here.

Screening for school-based services (Levels II-III) can happen at any time during the school year but is done schoolwide in spring to determine services for the next school year.   Multiple criteria are used to screen students for all levels of AAP services. Parents or guardians may initiate the screening for school-based (level II and III) services by submitting the Referral Form to the AART, Cathy Lahr, at cclahr1@fcps.edu by May 3, 2021.   

2021-2022 Class Placement

With the end of the school year approaching, it is time for the Oak Hill Staff to start preparing for the 2020-2021 school year.  Building a classroom of students is no easy task!  We must take many considerations into account such as heterogeneous groupings and balancing academic abilities.  We also consider how to maximize the support our resource teachers can provide students. 

If you feel that there is pertinent information to support your child’s success for the upcoming school year, please complete this Parent Input Form by Friday, May 14, 2021 to ensure it is used for end of the year class placements. This system is not intended for families to request specific teachers. Class assignments are created by a team. Your child’s current teacher, specialists, and administrators collaborate to make well balanced classes where students can succeed. Oak Hill embraces collective responsibility and all of our staff are equipped to meet individual student needs.

Student Intention Survey 2021-2022

In order to ensure that we have the right number of staff in place to greet our returning students in August, we request that you fill out this simple survey indicating your child's intention to return to Oak Hill next year.  Please fill it out for each child attending Oak Hill by May 21, 2021.  If you indicate that you will not be returning, our registrar, Katherine Dillard, will reach out via email for more information.  Please contact Ms. Dillard with questions at kjdillard1@fcps.edu.

Planning for “5 in Fall” Underway

FCPS is planning for in-person instruction to be the primary mode of learning for all students during the 2021-22 school year. Plans were presented to FCPS’ School Board at a Work Session last week. The presentation covered health and safety updates, fourth quarter review, a summer learning preview, planning for fall 2021, and community outreach. View the presentation here.  More information will be posted as it becomes available on the fall 2021 planning webpage

Bike to School Day

Oak Hill will participate in Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 5, to promote physical activity and reduce traffic congestion and pollution near schools.

Bike Month has been celebrated since 1956 to showcase the many benefits of bicycling and encourage more people to give biking a try. Biking helps us feel energized, engage with our neighbors, and reduce our carbon footprint. 

A friendly reminder that bicycle helmets must be worn and safety traffic regulations followed. Bicycles can only be stored in the designated bicycle stands on each side of the school and must be secured by a lock provided by the student.

FCPS Music Education Program Receives National Recognition

Fairfax County Public Schools has been named a Best Community for Music Education by the NAMM (National Association for Music Merchants) Foundation. FCPS was recognized for its outstanding commitment to and support of music education, and for its efforts to provide music access and education to all students.

All Students to Be Virtual on June 8 Due to Democratic Primary Election

Tuesday, June 8, is the Democratic Primary Election. Because the Fairfax County Electoral Board and City of Fairfax Electoral Board will be using 165 school facilities as polling locations, June 8 will be a virtual synchronous  learning day (no in-person classes) for students.

Get more information about the primary elections.

ESOL Tip of the Week

Problem solving in action this week!  Can you identify why my shoe felt funny?  What should I do about it? Three steps to problem solving: identify, decide, execute.  What is the best solution and why?  Give reasons for solutions.  Keep trying until something works!  

Think about a favorite story.  What problem does the main character have?  Tell the story of how the main character solved the problem.   Use the “The problem is...The solution is…”  sentence structure.

What are some problems you have come across?  You can talk about them, write about them, or draw pictures to show all the great solutions that you come up with.  Practice this skill at home so that we can apply it here at school to content. 

To learn more about how to help your child with problem solving at home, please refer to this article from Scholastic found here.

Key Calendar Dates

May 3-7: Staff Appreciation Week

May 3: Part Time Level II & III AAP Referral Form due

May 3: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

May 5: Bike to School Day

May 5: Stress Less, Laugh More Day: “Doodle and Destress” Wear your favorite color!

May 6: Staff Appreciation donations due to Wendy DeVight

May 10: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-4:30pm

May 12: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 14: Class Placement form due

May 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

May 31: Memorial Day, school closed

June 8: Democratic Primary Election, virtual synchronous learning day

Ways to Stay Informed

Visit the Oak Hill website and FCPS website for updates.

Follow Oak Hill on Twitter @OakHillES.

Access Oak Hill's News You Choose.

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Attendance: 703-467-3535 | Web | Twitter

Staff Appreciation Donation Ideas

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Staff Appreciation Donation Ideas

Next week is Staff Appreciation Week.  We would LOVE to honor as many staff members as we can.  Please sign up using this link with what gift(s) you would be willing to donate as one of the prizes to a staff member.  The more prizes we collect, the more staff we can honor.  Creativeness is encouraged!  There are around 105 staff members at Oak Hill, let's show them that we care.

You can drop off donations on the front porch of Wendy DeVight, at 3219 Kinross Circle, until May 2nd.  If you have questions, please email Wendy, at Wendydevight@gmail.com.

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Attendance: 703-467-3535 | Web | Twitter

Kiss 'n Ride Procedures

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Kiss 'n Ride Procedures

To ensure student safety during arrival and dismissal, we ask that families  abide by the following Kiss 'n Ride procedures.

  • When the line for Kiss 'n Ride extends onto Kinross Circle, please pull all the way over to the right side of the curb.  This will help allow other  vehicles to pass.
  • Discharge/load children only in the “Kiss 'n Ride” area of the parking lot. For your child’s safety, please do not discharge or pickup your child on the street. Crossing the street is legal at crosswalks only.
  • Pull your car as far forward as possible, following staff directions.
  • Please remain in your car while in the Kiss 'n Ride area.
  • Children should be ready to leave/enter as quickly as possible, using the vehicle door(s) closest to the sidewalk.
  • Please ONLY turn right when exiting the “Kiss 'n Ride” area to avoid interaction with cars turning left into the parking lot.

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Wolf News April 21

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Happy Administrative Professionals Day to Oak Hill's awesome Office Staff.

Face Covering Reminder

As stated in Regulation 2019, all visitors to school must wear a face covering. While on school grounds, please ensure you and your family are wearing your face covering at all times.  We appreciate your support and understanding around this regulation.

SOL Testing Information

Students in grades 3-6 will be taking the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests next month. Please avoid scheduling appointments on your child's testing day. Make up testing will occur throughout the window based on staff availability to administer tests. Below is the schedule.

May 12 & 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

Yearbook Order Deadline Yearbook orders are due THIS Friday! 
  • Yearbooks are $19 and may be ordered by going to http://ybpay.lifetouch.com and entering Oak Hill's code: 13278321
  • There will be a very small number of extra yearbooks ordered, so if you would like a yearbook, please pre-order. 
  • If you have a sixth grade student and are in need of financial assistance, please contact Kimberly Gallagher at kagallagher1@fcps.edu.  There are a limited number of scholarships available to sixth grade students in need.
  • If you have questions about ordering the yearbook, please contact Michelle Coyne at mkcoyne@fcps.edu.

Mrs. Giovanini's class was excited to attend school four days a week.

Arab American Heritage Month

In April, people all over the United States celebrate Arab American Heritage Month. Students deserve meaningful, sustained opportunities to learn about the diverse perspectives, experiences, and contributions of Arab Americans year-round, and Arab American Heritage Month is one opportunity to honor these important stories.  Below are some books from Oak Hill's library that your child(ren) could check out to learn more about Arab American Heritage.

Stress Less, Laugh More Event 2021

Our third SLLM day will be this Friday, April 23rd and the theme is, “Let’s Breathe.” In our social emotional learning (SEL) groups this year, we learned that if you’re feeling strong emotions, it is helpful to stop what you’re doing and take some deep breathes.  Breathing calms your amygdala and allows your prefrontal cortex to think before you react.  Students and staff are encouraged to wear comfy clothes as we highlight the importance of deep breathing as a self-regulation tool.  As a reminder, the Wolf Pack Relaxation Room (WPRR) is a great place to visit to practice deep breathing and other coping strategies.  Students are able to access the WPRR room from their homeroom google classrooms.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Oak Hill clinical team with any questions.  Thank you for your support! 

Kim Gallagher, School Counselor at  kagallagher1@fcps.edu
Cammy McCleskey, School Social Worker at clmccleskey@fcps.edu 
Ginny Phinney, School Psychologist at vgphinney@fcps.edu
Christy Ryder, School Counselor at clryder@fcps.edu

Kindergarten Orientation

Oak Hill will be holding a Virtual Kindergarten Orientation on Tuesday, April 27th from 2:00-2:30pm.  Please join Mrs. DeVore and the kindergarten teachers to learn more about how the day will look and how to help prepare your child.   This orientation is geared for parents, however, children are welcome to attend.  The link will be sent to families via email.

Part-Time Advanced Academics Services-Level II-III

In addition to the AAP level IV Program, Fairfax County offers a continuum of services to meet children’s academic needs. Differentiated lessons (Level II) and Part-Time Advanced Academic Programs (Level III) are also available for students through a school screening process.  To learn more about these levels of service please visit the AAP website found here.

Screening for school-based services (Levels II-III) can happen at any time during the school year but is done schoolwide in spring to determine services for the next school year.   Multiple criteria are used to screen students for all levels of AAP services. Parents or guardians may initiate the screening for school-based (level II and III) services by submitting the Referral Form to the AART, Cathy Lahr, at cclahr1@fcps.edu by May 3, 2021.   

Student Intention Survey 2021-2022

In order to ensure that we have the right number of staff in place to greet our returning students in August, we request that you fill out this simple survey indicating your child's intention to return to Oak Hill next year.  Please fill it out for each child attending Oak Hill by May 21, 2021.  If you indicate that you will not be returning, our registrar, Katherine Dillard, will reach out via email for more information.  Please contact Ms. Dillard with questions at kjdillard1@fcps.edu.

Technology Tip of the Week

All students taking the SOL should have the opportunity to practice using the TestNav test delivery app so they are familiar with navigating the app and using all of the Technology Enhanced tools.  Directions for opening the Practice Test Items are in this PDF.  If you are unable to get the TestNav app to open you will need to come to the school property, connect to the school wifi and reboot the student laptop three times, allowing all updates to download and install.  Additional information regarding the practice tests can be found on the Virginia Department of Education website.

Key Calendar Dates

April 23: Stress Less, Laugh More Day: Wear comfy clothes

April 23: Deadline to order a yearbook

April 26: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

April 27: Kindergarten Orientation, 2:00-2:30pm

May 3-7: Staff Appreciation Week

May 12: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test, 9am

May 17: Reading SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

May 24: Math SOL Test, Grades 3 and 4 at 9am, Grades 5 and & 6 at 12:45pm

Ways to Stay Informed

Visit the Oak Hill website and FCPS website for updates.

Follow Oak Hill on Twitter @OakHillES.

Access Oak Hill's News You Choose.

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Purple Up Day is Tomorrow

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Purple Up Day is Tomorrow

Each year, our nation designates April as the Month of the Military Child (MOMC) to recognize and thank children from military families for the sacrifices they make living the military lifestyle. Currently, over 14,000 military-connected youth call FCPS home.  In honor of our students whose parents are connected to the military, you are invited to wear purple tomorrow.  Why purple? Purple is the color that symbolizes all branches of the military, as it is the combination of Army green, Coast Guard blue, Air Force blue, Marine red, and Navy blue.  We encourage you to take pictures of your family wearing purple and send them to oakhillesmedia@gmail.com.

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AAP Orientation is Today at 4pm

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AAP Orientation is Today at 4pm

Oak Hill will be holding AAP Orientation today at 4:00pm in BBCU.  This presentation is for parents whose child was accepted into the Level IV program for grades 3-6 next year.  During the session, we will be discussing Oak Hill’s AAP program and answer any questions you might have to better support you with your decision.  We will not be addressing Level II and III services or AAP services in middle school.   The link for this session is here.    

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Wolf News April 14

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Oak Hill Student Interviews Michelle Obama

Symphony Petrin-Randolph, 6th grader at Oak Hill, was one of  twelve young reporters chosen by more than 1,500 applicants to interview former First Lady Michelle Obama.  Symphony represented The Week Junior Magazine at the roundtable interview. The roundtable was organized to promote Mrs. Obama's new children's series about healthy eating titled  "Waffles and Mochi."  Congratulations Symphony!

Odyssey of the Mind Award

Oak Hill's Odyssey of the Mind Team placed first in the Virginia State Tournament, qualifying for the Odyssey of the Mind World Competition this spring.  They competed in Problem 5: Superhero Socks: A Cliffhanger Beginning.  This year was a virtual competition, with teams submitting videos of their problem solutions and competing virtually in the spontaneous event.  Congratulations to fourth graders Anjali Mallangi, Eshan Tangutur, Naomi Susan Varky, Rishi Rajmanna, Sri Lasya Bhagavathula, Tejesh Vaddi, and Tatva Duggineni, and coach Vidya Rajmanna for a job well done!

SOL Testing Schedule 2021

Students in grades 3-6 will be taking the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests next month. Please avoid scheduling appointments on your child's testing day. Make up testing will occur throughout the window based on staff availability to administer tests. Below is the schedule.

May 12 & 14: 5th Grade Science

May 17: Grades 3-6 Reading

May 24: Grades 3-6 Math

Student Intention Survey 2021-2022

In order to ensure that we have the right number of staff in place to greet our returning students in August, we request that you fill out this simple survey indicating your child's intention to return to Oak Hill next year.  Please fill it out for each child attending Oak Hill by May 21, 2021.  If you indicate that you will not be returning, our registrar, Katherine Dillard, will reach out via email for more information.  Please contact Ms. Dillard with questions at kjdillard1@fcps.edu.

AAP Orientation

Oak Hill will be holding AAP Orientation on Monday, April 19th at 4:00 in BBCU.  The link for this session is here. Please be sure to watch Level IV AAP video prior to the orientation. During the session, we will be discussing Oak Hill’s AAP program and answer any questions you might have.  To prepare for this session, we’d like to invite you to submit any questions you might have about Oak Hill.   If you’d like to submit a question, please complete this Question Google Form no later than Friday, April 16th  

Former Oak Hill student Titus Er built violin racks for his Eagle Scout Project.  Thank you and congratulations Titus!

FCPS Special Education Conference

FCPS will hold its 16th Annual Special Education Conference this Saturday, April 17, 2021, VIRTUALLY. Registration is now available online. The conference will include a combination of synchronous (live) and asynchronous (recorded) sessions supporting the conference's theme of Inclusion. FCPS educators, administrators, and pre-service teachers will earn five recertification points for attending the entire conference. 

Visit the Special Education Conference Webpage for More Information and to Register.

Virtual Earth Day Extravaganza

The Children's Science Center is celebrating Earth Day by hosting a virtual Earth Day Extravaganza on Sunday, April 18th from 2-4pm.  The event will include everything from interactive virtual activities to an amazing guest speaker.  This is a free, family event and is limited to the first 50 families that register.  To register click here.   

April is Month of the Military Child; Purple Up Day is April 21

Military-connected youth face unique circumstances living the military lifestyle. By understanding the lifestyle of military-connected youth we can better meet their needs as they transition with their family members who serve our nation. Currently over 14,000 military-connected youth call FCPS home. Each year our nation designates April as the Month of the Military Child to recognize and thank children from military families for the sacrifices they make living the military lifestyle. During the month, one day is selected as the day to “Purple Up! For Military Kids” and all are encouraged to wear purple in recognition of the strength and sacrifices of military-connected youth. 

Why purple? Purple is the color that symbolizes all branches of the military, as it is the combination of Army green, Coast Guard blue, Air Force blue, Marine red, and Navy blue. This year, Purple Up day will be celebrated on April 21. Watch this video to learn more about Purple Up day

Yearbook Information Yearbook orders are due by April 23rd! 
  • Yearbooks are $19 and may be ordered by going to http://ybpay.lifetouch.com and entering Oak Hill's code: 13278321
  • There will be a very small number of extra yearbooks ordered, so if you would like a yearbook, please pre-order. 
  • If you have a sixth grade student and are in need of financial assistance, please contact Kimberly Gallagher at kagallagher1@fcps.edu.  There are a limited number of scholarships available to sixth grade students in need.
  • If you have questions about ordering the yearbook, please contact Michelle Coyne at mkcoyne@fcps.edu.
Reading Tip of the Week Fostering Comprehension in Readers

As children learn to decode words, they are also asked to simultaneously think of what would make sense to make meaning from texts.  This is to lay the foundation for reading comprehension.  Reading comprehension involves understanding texts and utilizing a readers’ background knowledge. Readers are asked to use strategies such as activating, searching, and visualizing.  There are many engaging and fun strategies parents can implement to support comprehension at home, some of which include scavenger hunts and games such as Jenga. To learn more about how to help your child with reading comprehension at home, please refer to this article found here.

Key Calendar Dates

April 17: Virtual FCPS Special Education Conference

April 18: Virtual Earth Day Extravaganza

April 19: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

April 19: AAP Orientation, 4-5pm

April 21: Purple Up Day

April 26: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

May 3-7: Staff Appreciation Week

May 12: 5th Grade Science SOL Test

May 14: 5th Grade Science SOL Test

May 17: Grades 3-6 Reading SOL Test

May 24: Grades 3-6 Math SOL Test

Ways to Stay Informed

Visit the Oak Hill website and FCPS website for updates.

Follow Oak Hill on Twitter @OakHillES.

Access Oak Hill's News You Choose.

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Attendance: 703-467-3535 | Web | Twitter

Chick-fil-A Fundraiser Is Tonight!

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Chick-fil-A Fundraiser

Calling all Chick-fil-A lovers! Enjoy some delicious Chick-fil-A and support your school at the same time!  We will be having a Drive-Thru Oak Hill Spirit Night tonight from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Chick-fil-A Sully Plaza (intersection of Route 50 & Centreville Road)

 Just a few reminders:

  • Guests must tell a Team Member that you are from Oak Hill before placing their drive-thru order.
  • Guests placing a drive-thru mobile pick-up order must enter Oak Hill Elementary in the “special instructions” field before completing your order.

Thank you for supporting our school!  Go Oak Hill!

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Yearbook Order Deadline is April 23rd

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Yearbooks on Sale Now

Don’t Miss Out…Order Yours Today! Order online at ybpay.lifetouch.com using Oak Hill’s code 13278321.

The last day to order is April 23, 2021.

There will only be a small number of extra yearbooks available at the end of the year, so if you would like a yearbook, please pre-order! 

If you have questions about ordering the yearbook, please contact Michelle Coyne at mkcoyne@fcps.edu,

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Wolf News April 7

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Oak Hill students and staff had a great time dressing up during Spirit Week.

Update for In-Person Learning

On Monday, Dr. Brabrand shared with the community the school system’s plan for moving forward based on the new social distancing guidelines from the CDC. In that communication, Dr. Brabrand acknowledged that each school will look different. I hope this message will help you to understand how these changes will look at Oak Hill as well as the timelines for implementing any changes.

Here are a couple of pieces of information that we think will be helpful to you as we plan our next steps:

  • We will continue using our MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Support) process to identify students for four days of instruction.
  • We will assess our space challenges including current occupancy, size of classrooms, furniture, and lunchroom space.
  • Schools need sufficient space for all students to eat lunch without a mask, still 6’ apart, and all facing the same direction. 
  • The implementation of this recent change will need to fit within our current structures (i.e. maintaining our current master schedule).

 Given this information, this week we will:

  • Assess each grade level/class’ capacity for adding additional students.
  • Invite students via our MTSS process/needs to attend four days/week.
  • Determine how many additional “seats” we have in each classroom and proceed to students on our waiting lists- beginning with students currently here two days/week.
  • We will be in touch with families that will be impacted by this recent development.

During the week of April 12th, families whose students are currently receiving in-person instruction may receive an email inviting their child or children to attend school in-person 4 days per week. 4 day a week instruction will begin on Tuesday, April 20th. Our classrooms will continue to include virtual-only students as well. 

Based on a variety of factors, we do not have space to accommodate any additional in-person requests at this time. 

This school year has been filled with many challenges and changes. The one thing that has remained constant is the dedication of our outstanding teachers and staff to provide the best learning experience for our students. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through this most recent change

Superintendent Town Hall Meeting

Superintendent Scott S. Brabrand will host a virtual Town Hall tonight at 7 p.m. to discuss recent updates from the Governor of Virginia and the Centers for Disease Control. Do you have any questions or concerns? Submit your questions in advance by email to returntoschool@fcps.edu or call in during the Town Hall at 1-800-231-6359.  Please join in by watching on cable or this website.

Virtual SOL Information Session

We will be hosting a virtual SOL Information Session tomorrow night from 7:00-8:00pm.  You will have an opportunity to hear about SOL tests for grades 3-6 and ask questions.  Click here to attend the meeting.  This session will be recorded if you are unable to attend.  Please reach out to Cliff Credle, Assistant Principal/Test Coordinator with questions at cmcredle@fcps.edu.

Chick-fil-A Spirit Night

Calling all Chick-Fil-A lovers! Enjoy some delicious Chick-Fil-A and support your school at the same time!  We will be having a Drive-Thru Oak Hill Spirit Night on Monday April 12, 2021 from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Chick-Fil-A Sully Plaza (intersection of Route 50 & Centerville Road)

 Just a few reminders:

  • Guests must tell a Team Member that you are from Oak Hill before placing their drive-thru order.
  • Guest placing a drive-thru mobile pick-up order must enter Oak Hill Elementary in the “special instructions” field before completing your order.

We will be sending out reminders in the coming weeks!

Yearbook Information Yearbook orders are due by April 23rd! 
  • Yearbooks are $19 and may be ordered by going to http://ybpay.lifetouch.com and entering Oak Hill's code: 13278321
  • There will be a very small number of extra yearbooks ordered, so if you would like a yearbook, please pre-order. 
  • If you have a sixth grade student and are in need of financial assistance, please contact Kimberly Gallagher at kagallagher1@fcps.edu.  There are a limited number of scholarships available to sixth grade students in need.
  • If you have questions about ordering the yearbook, please contact Michelle Coyne at mkcoyne@fcps.edu.
Math Tip of the Week

As we enter into the 4th quarter, most grade levels are starting or will start learning about Geometry.  Students learn to identify and describe shapes as well as learn about spatial relationships in their environment.  Having this foundation will help students as geometry becomes more complex in the upper grades and beyond.  Here are some ways that you can bring geometry to life at home:

  1. Identify shapes and sizes: when playing, have your child identify things by their shape and their size.
  2. Build structures using blocks or old boxes: Discuss the need to build a strong base.  Ask your child which shapes stack easily and why.
  3. Hide a toy and use directional language to help your child find it: Give clues using words and phrases such as up, down, over, under, between, through, and on top of.
  4. Play “I Spy” and look for shapes.
  5. Go on a shape hunt: have your child look for as many circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, etc that they can find in the home or out in the neighborhood.  Do the same with three dimensional objects like cubes, cones, spheres, and cylinders. 
Key Calendar Dates

April 7: Superintendent Town Hall Meeting, 7pm

April 8 & 9: Naglieri Testing for 1st grade students and certain grades 2-6 students

April 8: Virtual SOL Information Session, 7-8pm

April 12: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

April 12: Chick-fil-A Spirit Night, 4-8pm

April 19: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

April 26: Library Curbside Pickup, 1:30-3:30pm

Ways to Stay Informed

Visit the Oak Hill website and FCPS website for updates.

Follow Oak Hill on Twitter @OakHillES.

Access Oak Hill's News You Choose.

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Attendance: 703-467-3535 | Web | Twitter

Update for In-Person Learning

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Dear Families,

I hope everyone had a wonderful spring break. We survived the day long power outage and students thought it was “cool” to learn in the dark and have more learning experiences outside! They did absolutely awesome as did all the staff who had to change plans on a dime!!

Yesterday, Dr. Brabrand shared with the community the school system’s plan for moving forward based on the new social distancing guidelines from the CDC. In that communication, Dr. Brabrand acknowledged that each school will look different. I hope this message will help you to understand how these changes will look at Floris as well as the timelines for implementing any changes.

Here are a couple of pieces of information that we think will be helpful to you as we plan our next steps:

  • We will continue using our MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Support) process to identify students for four days of instruction.
  • We will assess our space challenges including current occupancy, size of classrooms, furniture, and lunchroom space.
  • Schools need sufficient space for all students to eat lunch without a mask, still 6’ apart, and all facing the same direction. 
  • The implementation of this recent change will need to fit within our current structures (i.e. maintaining our current master schedule).

 Given this information, this week we will:

  • Assess each grade level/class’ capacity for adding additional students.
  • Invite students via our MTSS process/needs to attend four days/week.
  • Determine how many additional “seats” we have in each classroom and proceed to students on our waiting lists- beginning with students currently here two days/week.
  • We will be in touch with families that will be impacted by this recent development.

During the week of April 12th, families whose students are currently receiving in-person instruction may receive an email inviting their child or children to attend school in-person 4 days per week. 4 day a week instruction will begin on Tuesday, April 20th. Our classrooms will continue to include virtual-only students as well. 

Based on a variety of factors, we do not have space to accommodate any additional in-person requests at this time. 

This school year has been filled with many challenges and changes. The one thing that has remained constant is the dedication of our outstanding teachers and staff to provide the best learning experience for our students. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through this most recent change. 

Sincerely,

Holly DeVore, Principal

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Stress Less, Laugh More Day is Tomorrow

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Stress Less, Laugh More

We hope you all had a relaxing break!  Our next Stress Less, Laugh More day is tomorrow and the theme is “The Power of Music.”  Music is a great stress reliever and can help us feel calmer, more relaxed, and even happier.  We are encouraging everyone to wear an Oak Hill music shirt or any music related clothing item and listen to WOAK for a surprise from our music team here at Oak Hill!

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Power Outage Update

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Power Outage Update

Dear Oak Hill Families,

We just wanted to update you about the power situation at Oak Hill ES.  We are still without electrical power; this includes our telephone system. Dominion Power is currently onsite and does not anticipate that we will have power until early evening. 

Some students are working in classrooms and some are accessing outdoor spaces, taking advantage of the beautiful weather. 

We will dismiss students at the regular time (3:30 pm for grades K-6), following our normal procedures.

 

Sincerely,

Holly DeVore, Principal

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