Aden Bowman Newsletter September 2012
Inside this issue:
Gr. 9 Orientation 2 Principal’s Message—Mr. B. Hills
School Community Portal 3 It’s hard to believe but it’s that time of year again, the beginning of a new school
year. Aden Bowman is ready for you and we hope that this newsletter will answer
some of your questions and alleviate any anxieties about school startup.
Over the next few weeks I challenge the students of Aden Bowman to think about
Student Fees 6 how you are going to keep Aden Bowman traditions alive and create a legacy that
Activity Cards/ 7 thousands of ABCI alumni will be proud of. I encourage each and every one of you
Textbooks to get involved in some capacity to enrich your high school experience. Whether
Bus Pass Information 8 your choices include athletics, ine arts or other club opportunities, your involve-
ment will make your experience more enjoyable. Be sure to check out your student
Internet/Wireless Services 9 handbook for a complete list of activities and then get involved!
Course Changes 11 At Aden Bowman your children receive the best education when parents and teach-
ers work as a team. We are fortunate to have a supportive and generous communi-
Driver Education 12
ty that plays an important role in the growth and development of our children’s
Bell Schedule 13 education. We hope you will consider joining our School Community Council for
SPSD Calendar 15 our AGM on Tuesday September 18th at 7:30 pm in the Library. Grade nine par-
ents, please mark Wednesday, September 12th on your calendar: that is when we
ABCI Calendar 16 hold a Grade 9 Parent Orientation evening for you to tour our school and meet
with your child’s teachers.
Throughout this newsletter you will ind important dates and reminders that en-
sure a successful start. Please be sure you have provided our school with a current
email account so you may access our Parent Portal for updated information
throughout the school year. To note a few upcoming dates:
School Photos – September 7th
September 4 Welcome Week –September 10th – September 14th
First Day of Grade 9 Parent Orientation – September 12th
school School Community Council Annual General Meeting – September 18th
Student Progress Meetings October 11th & 12th
On behalf of the school staff, I wish the entire Aden Bowman community an exciting
and productive year. It is an honour to be the principal of this remarkable school
What you need and I look forward to working with you and your child in creating an exceptional
the first day of
Aden Bowman Collegiate Main Office: 683-7600
Binder 1904 Clarence Avenue Attendance: 683-7605
Pen/Pencil Saskatoon, SK Fax: 657-3944
Lock (returning stu- Principal: Mr. Brent Hills Vice Principal: Mr. Paul Janzen
Trustee: Mr. Robin Bellamy - 683-8467 - email@example.com
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Please note that Tuesday, September 4th is the first full school
day for all grades (nine to twelve).
Grade 9 students are asked to report to Castle Theatre at 8:55
Grade 10, 11 and 12 students are asked to report to their period
2 classes at 8:55 a.m.
Please see the homeroom list in the main foyer.
GRADE 9 PARENT ORIENTATION
Plan now to attend the parent orientation night.
Wednesday, September 12 at 7:00p.m. in Castle Theatre
The evening will be an opportunity for parents of Grade 9 students to become
better acquainted with the programming, policies, and staff of Aden Bowman
We look forward to seeing you on September 12th!
ABCI SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL PLANS FOR 2012—2013
Tuesday, September 18 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 26 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, October 23 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 19 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, November 20 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, January 15 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 7:30 p.m.
WELCOME WEEK September 10 –14
The SRC has done a great job planning for safe and inclusive
activities and we need to remind our students that this is intended
to be a Welcoming Week not an Initiation Week. Please remind
students that whether or not it appears the Grade 9’s are willing,
it is still unacceptable to participate in activities such as face-
painting, dressing up, or any other events not sponsored by the
SRC, on or off campus. Grade 9’s should be encouraged to
report any of these unauthorized events to their parents or any
member of staff.
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ADEN BOWMAN STAFF NEWS
A Big Welcome to Our Newest “Bears”:
Teacher Teaching Area
Mr. Adair English/Drama
Ms. Kiselyk Chemistry
Mr. Love English/Collective Voice
Ms. Olain English
Mr. Scott Business Education
Mr. Serblowski Social Sciences
SCHOOL COMMUNITY PORTAL
CONTACT A TEACHER?
Are you interested in keeping up to date with what's happening at our
school? Are you looking for one place where you can find out about
school events and read the latest announcements from our administrative
Welcome to our school community portal! This is a new secure online
tool for communicating with parents and guardians. Things like news-
letters, the school handbook, school events and school announcements,
will be posted. The Maplewood-Student link on the left hand side of the
page allows you to access demographic and attendance information
about your child.
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The Maplewood-Student link provides the following information about
- Attendance for the current day
- Attendance history for the current year
- Attendance summary for the current year
- Demographic data
- Timetable for the current year
- Course choices for the next school year
(available in mid February)
- Conventional marks - mid-term and final marks
- Unofficial transcripts - final marks including previous years
All you have to do is give us your email address and we'll take
care of the rest. A demographic form will be sent home on
the first day of school. Please make sure your email address
You will receive an email welcoming you to the portal and
giving you your own unique username and password. This
will allow you to log onto the site and find the kind of infor-
mation you are looking for.
Our school community portal is a secure website that is only accessible to
parents, guardians, students and staff at our school. We hope it will be-
come another tool that helps improve communication between our school
and your home.
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Aden Bowman Collegiate has an answering machine to receive calls 24 hours a day (683-
7605) or parents/guardians can call to talk to a secretary between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 4:00 p.m. (683-7600).
We would like to take this opportunity to clarify two items around student attendance.
They are as follows:
PARENT CALLS TO CLEAR ABSENCES
“Excused” absences are those where a parent/guardian calls the school to indicate
that the student is away for an unavoidable reason. Examples of these would be:
Illness, medical appointments, attending a competitive event that cannot be avoided during
school time or for compassionate reasons. These absences are recorded as “cleared” or “excused” and
classroom teachers are notified of this at the end of the day.
“Unexcused” absences are recorded and reported when either no call is received or the school cannot
legitimately sanction the absence. Examples of these would be:
Home studying, working, sleeping in, at a hair appointment. In these cases, the absence would be
left “unexcused” or “uncleared”.
Parents/guardians must call in for any class that their child will miss even if the student has informed the
teacher of their absence.
Students who are late for class but marked absent will need to have the teacher notify the main office and cor-
rect the error. These absences will not be changed to a late from a parent/guardian phone call.
GENERAL ATTENDANCE POLICY
Irregular and poor attendance will be handled as follows:
Calls for unexcused absences will continue to be made daily (each school day evening) to the home to ad-
Teachers and administrators will attempt to contact parents regarding increasing attendance problems.
Attendance letters will be sent home to advise of significant problems and possible removal from classes
where attendance is poor.
Meetings with students and parents at the school may be requested by either the parent or school staff
related to attendance issues.
Persistent lates will be handled by teacher phone calls home. Students who do not correct this issue may
lose their place in class.
Regular attendance is directly related to school success.
We appreciate the support from parents/guardians in this regard and expect our students
are capable of being here regularly.
Thank you for your assistance in these matters.
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Student Fees 2012 - 2013
FEES PAYABLE BY ALL STUDENTS
WILL BE ADDED TO COURSE FEES FOR ALL GRADES
Student Representative Council Fee (SRC, Athletics, Fine Arts) ------- $15.00
Handbook ------ $5.00
Make cheques payable to Aden Bowman Collegiate
Grade 9 Course Fees Grade 10 Course Fees
Collective Voice $ 60.00 Choral $ 10.00
Home Economics (Consumables) $ 15.00 Home Economics (Consumables) $ 10.00
Industrial Arts (materials) $ 35.00 Industrial Arts (Materials) $ 75.00
Physical Education Uniform $ 20.00 Japanese $ 10.00
Band/Choral Shirt $ 30.00 Earthkeepers (4 classes) $ 300.00
Band Smart Music $ 34.00 Band $ 34.00
Choral $ 10.00
Corridor Lock $ 6.50
Athletic Banquet Fee (one time charge) $8.00
Uniform Replacement $5.00
City Athletic Directorate Levy $3.00
Team Fees (charged a separate fee for each sport/fee varies for each sport)
Grade 11 Course Fees Grade 12 Course Fees
$ 20.00 Graduation Fee
Industrial Arts $ 125.00
Industrial Arts (Materials) $ 100.00
Japanese $ 10.00
Japanese $ 10.00
Choral $ 10.00
Media Studies $ 4.00 Entrepreneurship $ 5.00
Choral $ 10.00 Special Physical Education $ 75.00
Special Physical Education $ 75.00 Photography 30 $ 20.00
Clothing 30 $ 15.00
Band Workshops $ 30.00
Interior Design 30 $ 5.00
Active Living Fitness 20 $ 60.00 Food Studies 30 $ 30.00
Band Workshops $ 30.00
Optional Items that may be purchased (not included in course fees) INVOICES
$25.00 Yearbook $38.00 Invoices will be sent home at
the end of September
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The student council offers a deal to students each year. For $25.00 the student receives a sticker,
that is placed on his/her student card and acts as prepaid admission to all Bowman sponsored activ-
ities. If used to the fullest, this represents a great deal.
2 dances at $5.00 ------------------- 10.00
More than 15 athletic events (home games)
Drama & Music Productions ------- 15.00
Variety Night -------------------------- 4.00
All this for just $25.00. Plus, it is hassle free. You can purchase this option as part of the package
of student fees.
Some courses will require textbooks, which will be distributed through the library during
the first few days of school. Students must return books from last year before they will be
issued texts for this semester’s classes.
Students are responsible for the texts they have been given. If these texts are lost
or damaged, students will be required to pay the replacement costs before they can
receive other texts. These replacement costs range from $3 to $115 per text.
Tuesday, September 4th
Wednesday, September 5
Thursday, September 6
Textbook return and issue take place in the library.
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STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL
Senior Ring Perry Olson
Senior Pin Alexandra Barlas
Secretary Alexcia Fan
Treasurer Devon Borrowman
Directors Kavi Kuhka-Bryson
Technical Directors Ben Njaa
Grade 12 Reps Dana Wegren-Riley
Grade 11 Reps Sammy Ramsay
Grade 10 Reps Hannah Sollid
Advisors Ms. Onufreychuk
A message to parents regarding the bus pass
At the Board of Education’s meeting on June 19, trustees passed
the budget for the 2012-13 academic year. As you may know, our
board was facing a $6-million deficit. Due to the tight financial sit-
uation, the decision was made to eliminate the bus pass subsidy.
This subsidy was available to students who lived three kilometres
or more from their collegiate and provided them with a 50 per cent
discount on their city transit pass. Effective in September, the city
transit monthly pass for high school students will be $54. The
passes will still be available for purchase at the schools but the
price is set by Saskatoon Transit. For more information about Sas-
katoon Transit fares, please visit this link.
STONEBRIDGE TRANSIT INFORMATION
Stonebridge students have direct transportation to Aden Bowman.
Students catch the #17 University bus route from Stonebridge. The bus leaves Galloway and Stonebridge at 7:42
a.m. (and every 30 minutes) to travel around Stonebridge, stop at the terminal around Home Depot and then
travel up Clarence to the intersection of Clarence & Taylor.
Bus passes are sold at the school office for $54.00 per month.
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INTERNET/WIRELESS SERVICES ACCEPTABLE USE
(PROCEDURES FOR STUDENTS 2012—2013 SCHOOL YEAR)
Saskatoon Public Schools believe that the use of the Internet and/or personal digital devices supports
relevant and challenging life-long learning for our students. All activity conducted on hardware owned
by Saskatoon Public Schools is logged. Activity logs may be viewed and used where necessary to en-
sure our Administrative Procedure 140 – “Computer/Online Services Acceptable Use” is followed.
To support additional learning opportunities, Saskatoon Public Schools has also provided Internet wireless access in all schools and initi-
ated broad education efforts related to “Digital Citizenship in the 21st Century”. Students are provided with individualized computer
accounts and passwords to access computers and online/wireless services to support their learning. Students who elect to bring personal digital
devices to school have the ability to access the Internet with their account. This access is subject to the school’s overall rules regarding personal digital devices.
Examples of personal digital devices include cell phones, smart phones, MP3 players, Ipods, Ipads, and notebook computers.
When using digital devices, students must adhere to the following principles:
Digital devices are to be used to enhance the learning that takes place in schools. They are not to disrupt that learning.
Digital devices are to be used in a manner that is respectful of all students and school staff. For example, students
using digital devices to photograph or video any member of the school staff or students in the school without the permission
of those staff or students is considered disrespectful.
1. Access to the Internet and wireless services, either with school division or personal digital devices is an individual priv-
ilege enjoyed by students, not a right.
2. A student's conduct on the Internet and wireless services, either with school division or personal digital devices, is
governed by the same expectations which guide his or her behaviour at school.
3. In elementary schools, access to the Internet with school division digital devices is provided only when students
4. In collegiates, students may access the Internet with school division digital devices without supervision.
5. If students choose to bring personal digital devices to school (at both the elementary and secondary level) they can
access the Internet (whose sites have been filtered as per point 7 below) without supervision during non-
instructional time (e.g. lunch hour, before or after class). During instructional time they can access the Internet with
their teacher’s permission.
6. Students who choose to bring personal digital devices to school should be aware of the following:
In the event the digital device is used in an in appropriate manner, (or inappropriate use is suspected), the digital de-
vice itself can be confiscated and may be searched by a member of the school’s administrative team. If par-
ents/students do not agree with this condition students should not bring the digital device to school.
Schools are not responsible for the theft or loss of personal digital devices that students may choose to bring to
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7. Saskatoon Public Schools actively blocks access to inappropriate Internet sites. If a student deliberately seeks to access inappropri-
ate material or uses the computer services provided in a malicious manner, the consequences are governed by the Saskatoon Public
Schools’ Administrative Procedure 140 – “Computer/Online Services Acceptable Use” - which can be found on the Saskatoon Public
Schools’ public website at www.spsd.sk.ca/files/board/AdministrativeProceduresManual.pdf
Consequences are outlined in Administrative Procedure 140 and appear in the student version of the procedure as follows:
What can happen to me if I break the rules?
I won’t be able to use the computers.
I might be disciplined.
I might have to pay for what I broke.
The police may be called.
8. If you do not want your son/daughter to access the Internet at school, please contact the school and request the
Internet Use Denial Form. This form is then signed by the parent or guardian and returned to the school.
STUDENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT
The Aden Bowman Collegiate Student Services Office has two full-time counsellors (Mr. Purse and Ms. Gurski) and a secre-
tary (Ms. Timmerman). Services are provided in the areas of educational planning, career planning, and personal/social de-
velopment. A career resource room is available for students and parents on a drop in basis. This resource room contains
information about most Canadian colleges and universities, as well as information related to a variety of occupations and
future trends. Call 683-7606 to contact a counsellor or speak to a secretary.
SMILE YOU’RE ON CAMERA
Aden Bowman Collegiate utilizes a number of surveillance cameras, with 24-hour digital backup,
that have been placed both inside and outside the school. Camera areas include the parking lot,
front entry, commons area, and other locales inside and outside the school. Student safety and
security remain a priority at Aden Bowman.
Be sure to secure personal belongings and lock bikes with heavy gauge locks.
All returning students must ensure they have handed back their textbooks from last
year. Please bring outstanding texts on Tuesday, September 4 and return them to the LRC.
Textbooks will be issued to students beginning September 5.
Beginning on Tuesday, September 4, a catering service will provide nutritious food from the Servery each regular
school day. Whether purchased at the school or brought from home, all food must be eaten in the Social Centre
or other designated areas.
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LOCKS & LOCKERS
Grade 9 students and others who are new to Aden Bowman Collegiate will receive a combination
lock from the school for $6.50. As owners of these locks, students will use them for the duration of
their stay at Aden Bowman and will keep them beyond graduation. All students will be assigned new
lockers in September of each year. Students misplacing their lock should see the Main Office to
purchase a replacement lock for $6.50.
Students are expected to study the courses originally chosen because the school is scheduled and staffed on this basis. If a stu-
dent has a problem with his/her timetable, he/she should make an appointment to see a counsellor. Students must attend all
scheduled courses until a change is officially completed.
PARKING FOR CARS AND BICYCLES
There is no designated student parking lot at ABCI. Students may park on streets adjacent to the school
(York Avenue, Taylor Street, Clarence Avenue). Bicycle racks are provided to which bicycles must be
locked. The school can assume no responsibility for the theft of bicycles or bicycle parts. Thefts should
be reported to the police and school authorities. Although the area is monitored on an occasional basis,
we cannot provide continuous supervision of the area to prevent vandalism.
We expect students to maintain an appearance that does not interfere with instruction,
or threaten health or safety. As examples, beach wear, short shorts, tank tops, halter
or tube tops, obscene T-shirts and garments decorated with offensive drawings, slogans
or logos that promote alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs are inappropriate. Excessive
cleavage (front or back) should not be visible. Footwear is required. Lingerie should
not be visible. When a student fails to dress or groom appropriately, he or she will be
asked to take the necessary corrective action.
Students are asked not to wear hoods in the building. The expectation is that students
remove these immediately upon entrance to the school. Repeat offences will result in
referrals to administration.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
PLEASE inform the school immediately of any
student’s change of address, phone number,
emergency contact person or email address by
calling 683‐7600 or email
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CALCULATORS FOR MATH CLASS
Students taking Grade 10 to 12 math courses should have a scientific calculator. Grade 9 students needing a calculator is also acceptable.
The school supplies T183 graphing calculators when they are necessary.
Student’s photographs, for inclusion in the yearbook and development of student cards
and souvenir photo packages, will be taken of all students on Friday, September 7th
throughout the day.
Picture Perfect Portraits will take two pictures of each student and those students wishing
to order a photo package will be able to do so by selecting from one of two proofs provid-
ed for them in mid-September. Families opting to order photos will be able to select from
a variety of package options and will pay Picture Perfect accordingly. Picture Perfect will
pick up the payment envelopes from the school.
Cellular telephones may not be used in classrooms, and must be turned off during class time. Making or receiving
calls or text messaging may result in the phone being confiscated. Repeat offenders may have their phones turned
over to an administrator.
Parents are asked not to call student cell phones during class time. Please contact the office at 683-7600 if you must
speak to your son or daughter while classes are in session.
The school is not responsible for lost or stolen property. Please do not bring to school any possessions that you cannot afford to lose.
Expensive electronic devices such as MP3 players and portable games are best left at home.
Because of the large number of students requesting Driver Education and the
limited space available, classes will be filled according to the student’s date of
birth. Class lists will be posted in the school 1-2 weeks prior to the start date.
A tentative Driver Education Schedule for 2012 –2013.
September 6—October 25
October 29—December 10
December 17—February 27
March 4—April 24
April 29—June 11
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DAILY AND ALTERNATE SCHEDULES
In order to accommodate staff, in-service, department, and other professional meetings, public collegiates in
Saskatoon use an alternate schedule on Thursdays. The first alternate schedule Thursday will be on September 6th,
with most Thursdays on that schedule. All regular and alternate day schedules are outlined in the 2012-2013 Student
Handbook, which will be distributed at registration.
Our 2012- 2013 schedules will be as follows:
Regular Schedule Alternate Thursday Schedule
Period 6 7:50 - 8:50 (pre-school) Period 6 7:50 - 8:50 (pre-school)
Period 1 8:55 - 9:55 Block 1 8:55 - 11:25
Period 2 10:00 - 11:00 Period 1, 2 or 3 class
(includes a 15 minute break)
BREAK 11:00 - 11:15
Period 3 11:15 - 12:15 NOON 11:25 - 12:05
NOON 12:15 - 1:10
Block 2 12:05 - 2:15
Period 4 1:10 - 2:10 Period 4 or 5 class
Period 5 2:15 - 3:15 (includes 20 minutes of Just Read)
Students begin classes at 8:55 with period 1. The other morning classes are numbered 2 and 3. After the lunch
break, the two afternoon classes are designated as periods 4 and 5. Classes scheduled outside of typical school
hours are numbered period 6 (pre-school) and period 7 (noon hour).
On Thursdays, most students will have only two of their classes. Block 1 will consist of an extended version of
period 1, 2 or 3. Block 2 will be an extended version of period 4 or 5. The combination will change each week,
with Block 1 determined by a rotation of the three morning periods and Block 2 alternating between the two af-
ternoon periods. Specifically, on the first Thursday students will
attend periods 1 and 4. The next Thursday will be comprised of periods 2 and 5, and the week
following will be periods 3 and 4. And so on throughout the semester.
These longer periods on Thursdays will facilitate in-depth learning and certain instructional
strategies with greater potential to engage students or enrich their learning.
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“TAKE OUR KIDS TO WORK”
Thousands of Grade 9 students, nation wide, will be invited to go to work for the day with a parent, guardian, relative, or friend on Wednes-
day, November 7, 2012.
“WHAT CAN YOU DO?”
Talk with your supervisor, employer, or union representative. Tell him or her that you would like to support this
program and bring your son or daughter to work with you on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.
Talk with your co-workers and make a plan for the day.
Invite your Grade 9 son or daughter to accompany you to work for the day. Explain that you want him or her to see
where you work, meet the people you work with, and see the kinds of jobs in your workplace.
Talk to your son or daughter about work. Tell him or her how you have prepared for the job you have today, describe
the demand and the rewards of the job, and answer questions that your child might have about your job.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO HOST YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER FOR A DAY LIKE THIS, ASK A FRIEND OR
RELATIVE TO TAKE YOUR STUDENT FOR THE DAY. Perhaps you know someone who works in a field that your
son or daughter is interested in and who would host him or her on that day.
When permission forms are mailed to your home in September, please complete and return them with your son or
daughter to the school.
It is EXPECTED that all Grade 9 students attending Aden Bowman Collegiate in the fall will participate in this unique
PREPARE NOW to participate. If you have any questions or concerns visit the Learning Partnership website at
www.tip.on.ca or please feel free to contact the Student Services Office at Aden Bowman (683-7606).
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Saskatoon Public Schools
2012—2013 School Year Calendar
HOLIDAYS, VACATIONS, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAYS, ETC
(Schools are open Monday through Friday unless otherwise specified)
August 29—31 School Operations/PD/Planning & School Opening Institute
September 3 Labour Day Holiday
4 Secondary Students Registration/Classes Begin
5 Elementary Classes Begin
October 5 Elementary/Secondary Students DO NOT ATTEND
8 Thanksgiving Day Holiday
November 9 Elementary Students DO NOT ATTEND
12 Remembrance Day Holiday
December 21 Last Teaching Day Prior to Christmas Vacation
January 3 School Resumes
25 Elementary/Secondary Students DO NOT ATTEND
28 Semester II Begins
February 18 Family Day
19-22 February Break for Students
* February 21 & 22—School Operations/PD/Planning
March 29 Good Friday
April 1 Easter Monday
2-5 Spring Break
May 17 Elementary/Secondary Students DO NOT ATTEND
20 Victoria Day Holiday
June 25 Last Day of school for Secondary Students
26 Last Day of School for Elementary Students
28 Last Day of School for Staff
Saskatoon Public Schools inspire and sustain learning. We are open to all children and youth so they
may discover, develop, and act upon their potential, thereby enriching their lives and our community.
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