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Bethpage High School

10 Cherry Avenue, Bethpage, NY 11714

PRINCIPAL: Mr. Nicholas Jantz

ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS: Mr. Kevin Healy, Mr. Ralph Tocco

Main Office:
516-644-4100 (Phone)
516-644-4110 (Fax)


Extra Help 2020-21
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2nd Quarter/4th Quarter:
   
Monday/Wednesday: English, FACS, Health, Math, Reading, World Languages
   Tuesday/Thursday: Art, Business, Music, Social Studies, Physical Education, Science

3rd Quarter:
   
Monday/Wednesday: Art, Business, Music, Social Studies, Physical Education, Science
   Tuesday/Thursday: English, FACS, Health, Math, Reading, World Languages

 

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AP Summer Assignments for 2021-22

Summer Assignments for Advanced Placement and Grade 9 Pre-AP Courses are now available.  They can be accessed by clicking on the link below.

AP Summer Assignments for 2021-22

 

2020-21 Bethpage High School Varsity Athletics Season Recap

Congratulations to all of the Bethpage High School Varsity Athletics Teams and student athletes on a great season!  Please enjoy the season recap video highlighting some of the plays from throughout the season!

Bethpage High School Varsity Athletics - Season Recap Video - 2020-21

 

Bethpage High School's 66th Annual Commencement Exercises

Bethpage High School's Class of 2021 Commencement Exercises will take place on Friday, June 25, 2021; 7:00 PM; Bethpage High School; Athletic Complex.  The event will also be livestreamed and available at the link below.  Bethpage Schools congratulates the entire Class of 2021 on this momentous occasion and wishes everyone continued success on their future endeavors.  Once a Golden Eagle, Always a Golden Eagle!

Bethpage High School's Class of 2021 Commencement Exercises - June 25, 2021; 7:00 PM

 

Class of 2021: Senior Slideshow

Congratulations to Bethpage High School's Class of 2021 on all of their accomplishments and contributions to the school community. 

Please enjoy the Senior Slideshow available at the link below, highlighting some of your most memorable moments during your time in Bethpage Schools!

Bethpage High School's Class of 2021: Senior Slideshow

 

Class of 2021 Senior Awards

Bethpage High School recognized the Class of 2021 students recipients of academic awards and scholarships at Senior Awards Night.  Congratulations to all of the student award and scholarship recipients on their hard work and accomplishments. 

Bethpage Schools wishes the Class of 2021 continued success in all of their future endeavors!

Bethpage High School - Class of 2021 - Senior Awards

 

11th Annual Bethpage High School Research Symposium

On Tuesday, June 8, 2021, Bethpage High School held its 11th Annual Research Symposium in the Bethpage High School; Center for the Performing Arts.  Students had the opportunity to share their hard work and research presentation before their family, research peers, and faculty in attendance and those who joined via livestream. 

Special thanks to Mr. Pollatos for his guidance and support of his students throughout their research process!

11th Annual Research Symposium - Program

11th Annual Research Symposium - Livestream

 

President's Award for Educational Excellence

Congratulations to all of the student recipients of the President's Award for Educational Excellence.  This is awarded to students who possess a three-year average of 90% or above.

President's Award for Educational Excellence

 

2021 Final and Regents Examination Schedule

Please refer to the link below for the Bethpage High School Final Examination and Regents Examination schedule.

Final and Regents Examination Schedule - June 2021

 

Bethpage High School's Masquers' Guild Presents: "The Curtain Calls"

Please check out the Bethpage High School; Masquers' Guild production of "The Curtain Calls". The production took place in the Bethpage High School; Center for the Performing Arts before a capped audience consisting of family members of the cast/crew on Friday, April 23, 2021.  Enjoy!

The Curtain Calls

 

Grade 9 Orientation

Please click on the link below to access the Bethpage High School: Grade 9 Orientation.

Presentation Slide Deck for Grade 9 Orientation

 

Regal Eagles Recognized

On Saturday, May 8, 2021, the Bethpage High School Robotics Team, Regal Eagles, FIRST Robotics Competition Team #2869 completed another remarkable season. The Regal Eagles earned the Chairman's Award at the New York/Quebec Regional Event.  The Chairman's Award is the MOST prestigious award presented by FIRST and is awarded to a team that best embodies the cornerstones of FIRST and represents a model for other teams to emulate.  This is the third time that the Regal Eagles have earned the Chairman's Award (2017, 2020).  No other team has ever won the Chairman's Award on Long Island in successive years.  Under normal circumstances, the recipient of the Chairman's Award would have had the opportunity to participate at FIRST Robotics Competition World Championships.

Suchitha Channapatna was also the recipient of the Dean's List Award for individual achievement. This marks the third time that the Regal Eagles have had a Dean's List Award Recipient (Samuel Perkowsky, 2016 and Morgan Heller, 2018).

Congratulations to the Regal Eagles on their accomplishments this year as well as to their senior team captain, Sidh Chhabra, and mentors, Mr. Zabell and Mr. LaSpina.

 

Dance Champions

The Bethpage High School Varsity Kickline, Golden Girls, competed virtually in their final competition of the season on Saturday, May 8, 2021. The competition was held by the Dance Team Union and involved teams from across the country. The Golden Girls won ALL THREE of their dances (kick, pom, and team performance) and took home a specialty award (Be Bold Award) for their Kick Routine. The kick dance is choreographed to "Rise Up" and is a dedicated to our amazing Athletic Trainer, Joe Killeen, who is currently battling pancreatic cancer and to all of the family members and friends who fought cancer.

A special congratulations to team seniors: Arianna Belmonte (Captain), Victoria Bracken (Captain), Elyssa Finkel (Assistant Captain), Angela LaRusso (Team Officer), Irene Pfeffer (Assistant Captain), and Bianca Tierno (Team Officer). These girls have been incredible role models to the younger team members and the program has grown so much because of them. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

 

 

 

 

 

Bethpage Tri-M Music Honor Society

The Bethpage High School Tri-M Music Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony on Thursday, May 6, 2021 in the Bethpage High School; Senior Courtyard. Eleven students were granted the honor of being inducted and performed solos for an audience of family members and teachers. The induction ceremony was led by President Emanuella Tsouros, Vice President Aurrel Bhatia, Secretary Kayla An, and Treasurer Sophia Gianfrancesco. The new Tri-M inductees are: Robert Ackerly, Daniela Cross, Marissa LoBosco, Gianna Mirabelli, Nicholas Morgan, Ryan O'Connell, Evanthia Panagos, Matthew Schneider, Miraj Shah, Diya Sheth, and Julia Tsouros. The advisor of the Bethpage High School Chapter of Tri-M is Dr. Eric Kay, Coordinator of Music.  Special thanks to Mr. Jantz, Ms. Kovacs, and BAM (Bethpage Arts and Music).

 

Bethpage High School Cabaret Night

The Bethpage High School Tri-M Music Honor Society cordially invites you to Cabaret Night! This year, Cabaret Night was recorded on March 4, 2021 in the Bethpage High School Center for the Performing Arts and includes songs from "Gypsy", "Evita", "Waitress", "Wicked", "Frozen", and many other musicals!

The show features peformances by ten of our outstanding musical theatre students accompanied by Ms. Kovacs on the piano.

The link to watch the Bethpage High School Cabaret Night is below.  We hope you enjoy the show!

Bethpage High School Cabaret Night 2021

 

All County Artists

Twenty seven Bethpage School District students across Kindergarten through 12th Grade had their work featured in the 17th Annual Nassau County All County Art Exhibition. The professional gallery setting is presented virtually this year and includes two-dimensional and three-dimsensional works by 1,124 students from 45 Nassau County school districts.

Senior Savannah Boncic was one of 45 artists selected as the Senior Scholarship winner!

Congratulations to all of the students who had their work featured!

Bethpage Virtual Art Gallery

 

Bethpage High School Concert

The Bethpage High School Music Department cordially invites you to "The Concert of 2021!"  Recorded in March 2021, the concert features Bethpage High School's Orchestra, Choirs, and Band.

Please click on the link below to view the concert! We hope you enjoy the show!

The Concert of 2021

 

AP Examination Schedule for May 2021

Please refer to the link below for the AP Examination Schedule for May 2021.

AP Exam Schedule for May 2021

 

Kickline Champions

The Bethpage High School Varsity Golden Girls Kickline Team competed in their first Virtual Competition of the season and it was a clean sweep! The team did three different routines -- all of which earned FIRST PLACE -- and then the routines were ranked against all of the other performances to determine the Top Ten. Out of 49 performances, all three of the Golden Girls dances placed in the Top Ten with final placements:

POM: 1st OVERALL
TEAM: 2nd
KICK: 4th

The team also won the Choreography Award for their kick routine which they dedicated to the best Athletic Trainer in the business -- Mr. Joe Killeen!

Great job to all of the girls and a special congratulations to our seniors: Captain Arianna Belmonte, Captain Victoria Bracken, Assistant Captain Elyssa Finkel, Team Officer Angela LaRusso, Assistant Captain Irene Pfeffer, and Team Officer Bianca Tierno.

Photo Gallery

 

Livestream of Bethpage High School Fall Athletics

Bethpage Schools has partnered with Varsity Media to livestream all Bethpage High School Fall HOME athletic contests for the rest of the season.

Please click on the link below to access the livestream. Please note that livestream links are created by Varsity Media on Mondays.

Livestream of Bethpage High School Spring Fall Athletic Contests

 

Italian Club Seasonal Greetings

On December 29, 2020, the Bethpage High School Italian Club advisor Signora Calio and student officers, Jenna DeStefano and Emily Florentz visited the Daleview Nursing Home in Farmingdale to drop off 100 holiday cards created by club members during their December meeting. Due to coronavirus, the holiday cards were not directly distributed by the students to the residents, but simply knowing that the efforts of the club putting a smile on someone's face is priceless! Bravo to the Bethpage High School Italian Club!

 

World Language Honor Society Induction

Congratulations to all of the students who were inducted into the World Language Honor Society (French, Italian, and Spanish).  Please click the link below honoring all of the inductees!

French: "La Societe Honoraire de Francais"

Italian: "Societa Onoraira Italica"

Bethpage High School World Language Honor Society Induction

 

Happy Holidays from the BHS Chorus & Chorale and Vocal Versatility 

In the spirit of the holidays, the Bethpage High School Chorus and Chorale and Vocal Versatility recorded two songs.  The chorus and chorale members sang "Once Upon a December" from Anastasia.  The Vocal Versatility Select Choir sang "Fly Me to the Moon."  These tracks were combined with collages created by Bethpage High School freshman and artwork from some of the district's third grade students! Happy Holidays!

BHS Chorus and Chorale Presents "Once Upon a December"

BHS Vocal Versatility Presents "Fly Me to the Moon"

 

Marine Science Club Fundraiser

Bethpage High School's Marine Science Club held a fundraiser to support the "Adopt a Family" Program, which helps a Bethpage family in need for the holidays.  Through the raffle, the Marine Science Club raised $165.00 for this cause with the raffle prize being a drone!  Congratulations to the winner of the raffle, Bethpage High School's very own Mr. Malossi!  Special thanks to everyone that purchased a raffle ticket to support the Bethpage High School "Adopt a Family" program.  

Photo Gallery

 

Regal Eagles: Video Game Design

FIRST Robotics, in cooperation with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, ran a video game making competition. Participating students were provided one week in November to develop their games.  The Bethpage High School Robotics Team, Regal Eagles, entered two submissions and each was recognized with an award!  

One game tasked players to try to protect their computers against a virus, which won the "Music and Sound Award".  The other game tasked players to try to get out of an escape room, which won the "Judges Award".

Even working "virtually" and "social distancing", the Regal Eagles are still finding ways to ace competitions!  Congratulations to the Regal Eagles and team mentors, Mr. Zabell and Mr. LaSpina.

 

National Honor Society

On Monday, November 9, 2020 and Tuesday, November 17, 2020, Bethpage High School held induction ceremonies for the newest inductees to the Bethpage Chapter of the National Honor Society. 

Congratulations to all of the student inductees for this prestigious achievement!  Special thanks to Mrs. Sciglibaglio for organizing the induction ceremonies.  An archive broadcast of the induction ceremonies and pictures can be accessed below.

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Archive of the Bethpage High School National Honor Society Induction Ceremony: November 9, 2020

Archive of the Bethpage High School National Honor Society Induction Ceremony: November 17, 2020


 

Bethpage High School: Virtual Club Fair

Please click on the link below to access Bethpage High School's various virtual club offerings for the 2020-21 school year.  Please reach out to the indicated club advisor if you have any questions!

Bethpage High School: Virtual Club Fair

 

Resources for College Admissions Process & Virtual College Fairs, Tours, and Visits

Please refer to the links below from the Bethpage High School; Guidance Office for any students and households preparing for the college admissions process.

College Admissions Process

Virtual College Fairs, Tours, and Visits

 

Bethpage High School's "Smart Restart" for 2020-21

Please refer to the letter from Mr. Jantz, available at the link below, which will provide access to a video about Bethpage High School's "smart restart" as well as some other new procedures for the 2020-21 school year.

Welcome Back, Bethpage High School - Letter from Mr. Jantz

Bethpage High School's "Smart Restart" for 2020-21

 

Grade 9 Orientation for Students and Parents/Guardians

Please click on the link below for more information on the Grade 9 Orientation for Students (9:00 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:30 AM, 11:15 AM, 12:00 PM) and Grade 9 Orientation for Parents (7:00 PM) on Wednesday, September 2, 2020.

Grade 9 Orientation for Students and Parents/Guardians

Presentation Slide Deck from Grade 9 Orientation for Parents/Guardians

 

Bethpage High School 2020 Commemorative Graduation Video & Pictures

Please click on the link below to view a video and pictures commemorating and highlighting the Bethpage High School Class of 2020 Commencement Exercises and Graduation from Saturday, June 27, 2020. 

Congratulations to all of the members of the Bethpage High School Class of 2020. 

Bethpage Schools wishes you continued success in all of your future endeavors.

Bethpage High School 2020 Commemorative Graduation Video

Pictures from Session #1: 9:00 AM

Pictures from Session #2: 10:30 AM

Pictures from Session #3:  12:00 PM

Pictures from Session #4: 1:30 PM

Pictures from Session #5: 3:00 PM

 

2020 National Center for Women & Information Technology Award

Congratulations to Bethpage High School Grade 11 student Maya Maciel-Seidman for being a recipient of the National Center for Women and Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing. Maya was one of forty national award winners out of an applicant pool of over 4,700 from all fifty states and the only winner from New York State!  She was recognized for her academic excellence, leadership, and future goals for women in computing and technology.

Maya received a beautiful trophy from the Aspirations in Computing Team.  She was also acknowledged by New York State with a Certificate of Recognition for her great achievement! 

Bethpage Schools congratulates Maya on this wonderful achievement and wishes her continued success going into her senior year!

 

ESY EATS Serving Up Treats in Bethpage

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The Bethpage School District Extended School Year program recently introduced ESY EATS, a new onsite business promoting vocational skills for students in the ESY program. In ESY EATS, students shop for, prepare and sell baked goods and drinks to Bethpage staff and community members.

Each week, Coordinator of Vocational Experiences Ryan Catterson creates a Google Form and distributes it via multiple platforms. Then, students visit the local ShopRite to pick up groceries based on the orders placed. They bake and package the goods and every Thursday, community and staff members are welcome to pick up their treats.

“The idea for ESY EATS stemmed from a goal to provide authentic vocational experiences for our students,” Ryan said. “Not only have they learned a tremendous amount from this program, but they are having a great time along the way.”

For the week of July 19, the theme of ESY EATS was “Christmas in July.” At pick up on July 22, students and staff dressed in festive outfits. With the joyful tune of Christmas carols playing in the background, they doled out holiday-themed treats and drinks to their customers. Additionally, ESY students were also completing deliveries inside the school and administration buildings for Bethpage staff.

Dayna Vollmuth teaches these students throughout the year and also stressed the importance of instilling vocational skills, while keeping the activities light and engaging.

“I think my students and our class put the FUN in functional academics,” she said. “The pandemic had a major impact on our ability to perform vocational activities in the community and I believe what we are doing is the way back to developing those skills that are necessary for the students to be successful.”

Proceeds from ESY EATS will go toward Special Olympics, with whom the ESY program will be putting on an event with this coming August.

To learn more about ESY EATS and follow along with weekly sales, visit the Twitter page at https://twitter.com/ESYEats_BUFSD.

Bethpage Continues Learning in the Summer with ESY

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The Bethpage School District's Extended School Year program started recently and the students have bene learning, thriving and enjoying their time this summer! From STEM to vocational program, these Golden Eagles and their teachers are continuing to work hard to meet their goals. 

Congratulations to the Bethpage Class of 2021!

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The sun shined on the Bethpage Athletic Complex on the evening of June 25 as Bethpage High School honored the Class of 2021 at the school’s 66th annual commencement ceremony. The district was able to welcome all students and their families to one celebration, a welcome return to normalcy after a school year like no other.

The evening began with the graduates processing onto the field to the sound of “Pomp and Circumstance,” performed by the Bethpage High School band. The students were joined by members of central and building administration, the board of education and faculty and staff.

Student addresses were then underway, with Senior Class President Isabella Downes and Student Council President Emanuella Tsouros addressing their fellow graduates. Then, Pawan Pitiranggon and Bonnie Stern delivered meaningful and encouraging salutatory and valedictory addresses, respectively.

“Wherever we are going after this ceremony finishes, it is my sincere hope that none of us forget about the relationships we made here,” salutatorian Pawan said.

“As we leave our comfortable Bethpage bubble, it is crucial that we can converse with each other,” valedictorian Bonnie said. “We will probably never agree on everything, but respect for one another is key.”

Next, Superintendent of Schools Dave Schneider delivered commencement remarks to the graduates and their families. He reiterated his gratitude for the Class of 2021 for persevering through an incredibly difficult past 15 months.

“The Class of 2021 has demonstrated a deep commitment to their community,” he said. “This year, more than ever, you served as role models inside our buildings and community to ensure our schools stayed open.”

Principal Nicholas Jantz reflected on how his time in Bethpage began with the graduates at John F. Kennedy Middle School. He reflected on the years of memories, successes and challenges he faced alongside the Class of 2021, commenting on their dedication to perseverance.

“One thing about this amazing group is that they’ve always done things their own way, they are trailblazers,” he said. “This class has always been all in and full of school spirit since the beginning.”

Following the presentation of diplomas, Mr. Jantz officially pronounced the Class of 2021 graduates. The ceremonial cap toss put a perfect ending on not only the evening, but the years of education for the graduates in Bethpage.

BHS Top Grads Went ‘All In’

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The Bethpage School District adopted the mantra of “All In” for the 2020-21 school year, representing the effort and dedication shown by students and staff to work through a year like no other. Bonnie Stern and Pawan Pitiranggon, the top two graduating students of the Class of 2021, are perfect examples of this ideal.

Valedictorian Bonnie is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Foreign Language Honor Society and serves as the president of the French Club. She has received an AP Capstone diploma and holds the impressive position of being an AP Scholar with Distinction.

Outside of school, Bonnie served the community as an intern at Plainview Northwell Health in the gastroenterology unit and is currently working in an ophthalmologist's office. Here, she acts as an assistant to the doctor, performs eye tests with machines and completes various administrative work.

These positions, both past and current, are in line with Bonnie’s future career plans of being a healthcare provider. As a hopeful pediatrician, she will be attending the University of Albany Honors College in the fall with a major in chemistry on a pre-med track. Bonnie received the highest scholarship amounts in the Presidential and Academic Distinct Student scholarships at the University of Albany.

While Bonnie has cultivated an exceptional academic career, she stresses the importance of being patient and staying true to oneself to find a passion during the high school years.

“An important lesson that I will take with me after my time at Bethpage is to be comfortable in your skin,” she said. “You will discover your hobbies and interests along the way. And above all else, it is imperative that you stay true to your values and beliefs no matter what’s trending.”

Salutatorian Pawan is a long-time member of the math and robotics teams. He credits some of his success to the opportunity Bethpage High School gave him to collaborate and work with his peers.

“The importance of communication I encountered during high school is something I'll take with me throughout life,” he said. “Sometimes, simply talking to people will solve problems quickly, and breaking down assignments or tasks into smaller chunks through good planning makes life more manageable in general, and Bethpage encouraged that.”

Pawan will be attending Stony Brook University in the fall and is deciding between majoring in physics or political science.

When asked what kept them motivated throughout the 2020-21 school year, both Bonnie and Pawan expressed how they remained diligent in their studies and goals.

“Thinking about what is ahead of me kept me motivated throughout the school year,” Pawan said.

“Even though we have encountered a year with mounds of uncertainty and unpredictability, I was heading into my senior year and had put in a tremendous amount of effort for years,” Bonnie said. “I was not going to give up at the finish line.”

11th Annual BHS Research Symposium

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Bethpage High School held the 11th annual research symposium featuring the work of four science research students on June 8. These students presented their research and fielded questions from their peers and audience members. Other science research students acted as hosts for the events, introducing their classmates and their impressive achievements.

Read more about the students' research here.

 

Regal Eagles Shine In Robotics Regional Event

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On Saturday, May 8, 2021, the Bethpage High School Robotics Team, Regal Eagles, FIRST Robotics Competition Team #2869 completed another remarkable season. The Regal Eagles earned the Chairman's Award at the New York/Quebec Regional Event. The Chairman's Award is the MOST prestigious award presented by FIRST and is awarded to a team that best embodies the cornerstones of FIRST and represents a model for other teams to emulate. This is the third time that the Regal Eagles have earned the Chairman's Award (2017, 2020). No other team has ever won the Chairman's Award on Long Island in successive years. Under normal circumstances, the recipient of the Chairman's Award would have had the opportunity to participate at FIRST Robotics Competition World Championships.

Suchitha Channapatna was also the recipient of the Dean's List Award for individual achievement. This marks the third time that the Regal Eagles have had a Dean's List Award Recipient (Samuel Perkowsky, 2016 and Morgan Heller, 2018).

Congratulations to the Regal Eagles on their accomplishments this year as well as to their senior team captain, Sidh Chhabra, and mentors, Mr. Zabell and Mr. LaSpina.

BHS Senior Awards

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Bethpage High School honored members of the Class of 2021 for their accomplishments in and out of the classroom during the district’s Senior Awards Night on May 26, 2021. Assistant Principal Kevin Healy and Principal Nick Jantz welcomed the students and their families in person for the event, marking a welcome change from the previous year. Students were recognized in the areas of academics and service, as well as for their active participation in the Bethpage community. 

Bethpage High School - Class of 2021 - Senior Awards

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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

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Parent Teacher Conference Information

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Membership Forms

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Bethpage Arts & Music (BAM)

BHS Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) Membership Form

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CHROMEBOOK REFERENCE

Chromebook Procedures & Information Handbook, 2021-22

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INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

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The Eagle's Cry- BHS Newspaper

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