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Community Homeschool Academic Program


What is CHAP?
Community Homeschool Academic Program (CHAP) is an educational and enrichment program for diverse homeschooling families located in Fauquier, Stafford, Culpeper, Orange, and the surrounding counties. CHAP is an off-shoot of Homeschoolers of Bealeton (HOB) but is open to families outside of HOB membership.


Mission Statement

CHAP’s mission is to provide an educational, enriching, and nurturing environment where students can come together to participate in group classes. CHAP was created to assist in providing supplementation and enrichment to your student’s education, and to encourage connections within the homeschooling community.


Statement of Purpose

1. To teach our children responsibility, respect, and cooperation.
2. To provide group educational opportunities.
3. To share educational successes and failures with each other.

Operating Schedule 2022-2023

Normal Operating Schedule

Doors open: 9:20am
Session 1: 9:30am-10:25am
Session 2: 10:30am-11:25am
Lunch Break: 11:30am-12:25pm
Session 3: 12:30pm-1:25pm
Session 4: 1:30pm-2:30pm
Adjournment: 2:30pm
Afternoon Clean Up: 2:30pm-2:45pm

1-Hour Delay Schedule

Doors open: 10:20am
Session 1: 10:30am-11:15am
Session 2: 11:20am-12:05pm
Lunch Break: 12:05pm-12:50pm
Session 3: 12:55pm-1:40pm
Session 4: 1:45pm-2:30pm
Adjournment: 2:30pm
Afternoon Clean Up:  2:30pm-2:45pm

2022-2023 CHAP Calendar

   May 28, 2022
   June 1, 2022
   June 8, 2022
   June 15, 2022

   August 15, 2022
   August 26, 2022
   September 2, 2022
   September 16, 2022
   October 7, 2022
   Oct. 15, 2022
   Oct. 21, 2022
   Oct. 22, 2022
   Oct. 29, 2022
   Nov. 4, 2022
   Nov. 5, 2022
   Nov. 17, 2022
   Nov. 18, 2022
   Nov. 22-28, 2022
   Dec. 2, 2022
   Dec. 16, 2022
   Dec. 16, 2022
  Dec. 17, 2022-Jan 5, 2023
   January 6, 2023
   Jan. 13, 2023
   Jan. 20, 2023
   Feb. 3, 2023
   Feb. 17, 2023
   Mar. 3, 2023
   Mar. 17, 2023
   April 1-10, 2023
   April 14, 2023
   April 21, 2023
   May 5, 2023
   May 5, 2023
   May 13, 2023
   May 20, 2023

   Instructor class submission deadline for Fall semester
   Enrollment opens for currently enrolled students
   Enrollment opens to all HOB members
   Enrollment opens to the community

   Fall semester registration deadline
   First Semester begins (16 weeks)
   Pizza Day
   Spirit Day: Not Your Backpack Day
   Pizza Day
   Instructor class submission deadline for Spring semester
   Spirit Day: Masquerade Day
   Enrollment for Spring semester opens for currently enrolled students
   Enrollment for Spring semester opens to all HOB members
   Pizza Day
   Enrollment for Spring semester opens to the community
   Spring semester registration deadline
   Spirit Day: Black and White Day
   Thanksgiving break (no classes)
   Pizza Day
   Spirit Day: Favorite Holiday
   Last day of First Semester
   Holiday break (no classes)
   Possible Make-up Snow Day (for Fall Semester)
   Second Semester begins (16 weeks)
   Spirit Day: Animal Hat Day
   Pizza Day
   Spirit Day: Crazy Socks Day
   Pizza Day
   Spirit Day: Face Paint Day
   Spring break (no classes)
   Pizza Day
   Spirit Day: Flip Flop Day
   Pizza Day
   Last Day of Second Semester; End of Year Party (Potluck)
   Possible Make-up Snow day (for Spring Semester)
   Possible Make-up Snow day (for Spring Semester)

Enrollment & Registration


Returning CHAP Families:  June 3 - June 9, 2022

Existing HOB Members:  June 10 - June 15, 2022

Open to Public:  June 16 - August 15, 2022 (until all spaces are filled)

*FINAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS AUGUST 15th, 2022

All enrollment and supply fees are required upon registration. Your student’s enrollment will not be secured until these fees have been received. Be aware that these classes tend to fill quickly.

*Enrollment after Aug 15, 2022 is at the discretion of the teachers.

Enrollment in CHAP is established when the registration fee has been paid and the membership/registration packet including all required forms with the appropriate signatures have been submitted. Registration is done on a first come, first served basis. Classes are capped for enrollment and have a minimum enrollment requirement for a class to be held. CHAP reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. Should CHAP have to close enrollment due to size limitations, students may be put on a waiting list and invited to fill vacated spots at the discretion of CHAP.

***A Waiver and Medical Release Form is required to have on file for each student, signed by the parent, for them to be permitted to participate in the classes. All FORMS as well has the C.H.A.P. MANUAL can be downloaded below.

Registration and Supply Fees
Registration: is $90.00 per family and is due each calendar school year and non-refundable. This covers insurance coverage, facility use and cleaning fees, and administrative costs.

Instructor supply fees: Non-refundable and required the prior or on the first day of class at the latest.

Class Payments:   Parents can pay for the classes in full or in monthly payments. If you choose monthly payments, all payments are due the 1st Friday of each month.

Refund Policy:   Registration and supply fees are non-refundable. If a student chooses to withdraw from a class by the 3rd week of September, you will only be responsible for the September monthly class fee.  The supply fee and registration will still be non-refundable.

*Late additions to classes are at the instructor’s discretion and foreign languages close on week 2 for additional students.

In order to complete your enrollment and Registration into the Community Homeschool Academic Program we will need the following items:

  1. C.H.A.P Student Class Enrollment Form
  2. Medical Release and Liability Form
  3. 2019-2020 Registration and Payment Form with Registration Payment

Mail to:
C.H.A.P.
P.O. Box 25

Bealeton, VA 22712-9998

Or email completed forms to:
[email protected]

Make any checks out to:
Laura Lombardo
Treasurer

CHAP Manual 2022-2023



What is C.H.A.P.?


Community Homeschool Academic Program (CHAP) is an educational and enrichment program for diverse homeschooling families located in Fauquier, Stafford, Culpeper, Orange, and the surrounding counties. CHAP is an off-shoot of Homeschoolers of Bealeton (HOB) but is open to families outside of HOB membership.



Mission Statement


CHAP’s mission is to provide an educational, enriching, and nurturing environment where students can come together to participate in group classes. CHAP was created to assist in providing supplementation and enrichment to your student’s education, and to encourage connections within the homeschooling community.



Statement of Purpose


1. To teach our children responsibility, respect, and cooperation.

2. To provide group educational opportunities.

3. To share educational successes and failures with each other.



Communication


The CHAP Facebook page and email will be the primary means of communication. Members are responsible for checking their email the night before and morning of classes for important news related to CHAP. If you do not have access to email, please inform CHAP leadership. Pertinent information will also be added to the HOB website at: https://www.homeschoollife.com/2176/index_public



Parent and Student Responsibilities


Parental Responsibilities

1. Respect and adhere to all guidelines in the CHAP manual.

2. Contact the instructor as soon as possible if your student will be absent.

3. Review the entire CHAP manual with your student.

4. Check email and/or CHAP Facebook page the night before and morning of classes to stay informed of CHAP business.

5. Arrive on time. Tardiness is very disruptive to the instructor and the class.

6. Once CHAP classes have ended for the day, be prompt in gathering your children and belongings; then relocate outside to socialize. This will allow the instructors’ time to clean up their classrooms and complete their duties.

7. If you can help, please contact CHAP leadership. CHAP appreciates all volunteers and gladly accepts assistance. Volunteer roles available are (but not limited to): hall supervisor, check in/out, substitutes for classes, lunch monitor, recess monitor and special holiday luncheon coordinator.

8. If you have issues and/or concerns, contact the instructor to schedule a time to talk. During class or in front of others is not the best time for an important conversation.

9. If paying in monthly installments, please pay on time. Payments are due the first Friday of each month. [See Payment for Classes section for info on how to pay.] If payment is not received by the third Friday, your students will be unable to attend until the missed payment is up to date.

10. If something is seriously damaged by your child(ren), you will be held liable for damages.


Student Responsibilities

1. Respect Yourself: Conduct yourself in a safe and orderly manner.

2. Respect Others: Be kind to peers. No pushing, hitting, shoving or hurtful language will be tolerated. This also means to be respectful to instructors and volunteers inside and outside of the classroom setting.

3. Respect Property: The Gisselquist Family and the Lombardo Family have been more then generous in allowing CHAP and HOB to use their homes. Take care of all you touch. If something does get damaged, report it to the instructor right away.

4. Be on time, prepared for class, and ready to learn.

5. Keep your electronic devices turned off or set to vibrate and in your backpack during class. No electronic device use of any kind – texting, calling, listening to music, playing games, etc. - is allowed during class time unless instructor-approved.

6. Bring a sealable water bottle and a backpack each week to class.

7. If you are here during the lunch break, bring a packed lunch. But please do not bring peanuts or any peanut product to CHAP.

8. Clean up after yourself in your classroom as well as lunch.


School Calendar 2022-2023


Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please sign in your children by 9:20am.


May 28, 2021 Instructor class submission deadline for Fall semester

June 1, 2021 Enrollment opens for currently enrolled students

June 8, 2021 Enrollment opens to all HOB members

June 15, 2021 Enrollment opens to the community

August 15, 2021 Fall semester registration deadline

August 27, 2021 First Semester begins (16 weeks)

Oct. 15, 2022 Instructor class submission deadline for Spring semester

Oct. 22, 2022 Spring Semester Enrollment opens for current CHAP students

Oct. 29, 2022 Enrollment for Spring Semester opens to all HOB members

Nov. 5, 2022 Enrollment for Spring Semester opens to the community

Nov. 17, 2022 Spring Semester registration deadline

November 22-26, 2021 Thanksgiving break (no classes)

December 17, 2021 Last day of First Semester

Dec. 20, 2021-Jan 7, 2022 Holiday break (no classes)

January 7, 2022 Possible Make-up Snow Day (for Fall Semester)

January 14, 2022 Second Semester begins (16 weeks)

April 11-15, 2022 Spring break (no classes)

May 6, 2022 Last Day of Second Semester; End of Year Party (Potluck)

May 13, 2022 Possible Make-up Snow day (for Spring Semester)

May 20, 2022 Possible Make-up Snow day (for Spring Semester)


Operating Schedule 2022-2023


Normal Operating Schedule

Doors open: 9:20am

Session 1: 9:30am-10:25am

Session 2: 10:30am-11:25am

Lunch Break: 11:30am-12:25pm

Session 3: 12:30pm-1:25pm

Session 4: 1:30-2:30pm

Adjournment: 2:30pm


1-Hour Delay Schedule

Doors open: 10:20 am

Session 1: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

Session 2: 11:20 am- 12:05 pm

Lunch Break: 12:05 pm - 12:50 pm

Session 3: 12:55 pm- 1:40 pm

Session 4: 1:45 pm- 2:30 pm

Adjournment: 2:30 pm


Inclement Weather Policy


In cases of inclement weather, the decision regarding cancellation or delayed opening will be made at 7:00 am. Parents will be contacted via email, CHAP Facebook Group page and/or phone list/text. Our choices will be:

· Hold classes as planned.

· Have a 1-hour delayed opening

· Or cancel class for the day

If multiple snow days are missed we will make up those days at the end of the school year.


*Please be advised: It is at your own discretion to travel to and from classes in inclement weather. Please decide based on your own student’s/family’s safety.


Illness Policy


For the consideration and well-being of others, please do not bring a child to class who is experiencing any of the following symptoms:


1. Fever over 100.4°F (within the last 24 hours)

2. Diarrhea, nausea or vomiting (within the last 24 hours)

3. Cough (not related to allergy)

4. Virus or infection known to be contagious or parasites such as, but not limited to, conjunctivitis, chicken pox, measles, mumps, rubella, influenza, strep throat, lice, etc.

5. Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath (not asthma-related)

6. Questionable rash

7. Discharge in or around the eyes

8. Green or yellow nasal discharge


If a student becomes ill during class hours, the parent will be notified to pick up their children promptly.


If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19, please stay home for ten days.


Allergies

If your child has any food or environmental allergens, be sure to complete the Student Medical Form and return it promptly to CHAP. While CHAP makes every attempt to decrease allergen exposure for participants, ultimately, it is the responsibility of the parents to ensure everyone is aware of the allergens and that the proper precautions are in place for the child's well-being. We ask that none of the students bring peanut products.



Arrival & Departure Procedures

Please park on the shoulder of the road and be mind of students crossing the road.


Always enter and exit the building through the front door.


Signing in and Out Procedure:

A parent/guardian must always accompany the child(ren) to the building. Children should never be dropped off to enter alone.

Report to the welcome desk on the porch to sign your child(ren) in and out every week, as well as find important information and submit payments for instructors.



Safety and Building Usage


1. No running in the building.

2. Do not bring weapons of any kind.

3. No illegal drugs, alcohol, or tobacco or vaping products permitted on the premises.

4. Students must ask to leave the classroom.

5. Stay in CHAP-approved rooms only which are all located on the main level and basement.


Please remember that the Gisselquist Family and the Lombardo Family are our hosts. We need to show our appreciation by using their homes and belongings with care. Be respectful as we do not wish to lose the privilege of using their homes.


Incidentals


If property and/or equipment are damaged intentionally or as a result of disregarding the rules of conduct set forth in this manual, the parent and/or guardian will be held financially responsible for any repair or replacement of such damaged property and/or equipment.



Study Hall


This “class” is provided as a place to go if a student has a session open between enrolled classes. This class has a nominal fee of $5/session and will be supervised. Students should come to study hall prepared to engage in studies. When in Study Hall, they should be quiet and courteous of other students completing their work. Students may ask instructors for assistance as needed. Study Hall for Sessions 1 and 4 is reserved for students of volunteers or instructors.



Homework Expectations


Most classes in CHAP require extra assignments at home. Parents should review the syllabus for homework expectations per class and ensure your student(s) complete it. CHAP is a supplemental educational and enrichment program and does not take the place of your home education. Ultimately, it is the parent’s responsibility to oversee their child’s education.



Student Supplies


Required textbooks and supplies are listed in the Class Descriptions. Students are responsible for bringing supplies requested by the teachers for each class every week. CHAP recommends the use of backpacks since students will have to carry their supplies for each class. There are no lockers. Parents should periodically check supplies to ensure your children are prepared for their classes. All supplies should be marked with your child’s name.



Enrollment & Registration


Enrollment in CHAP is established when the registration fee of has been paid and the membership/registration packet including all required forms with the appropriate signatures have been received. Registration is done on a first come, first served basis.


  1. Enrolled students from the previous year are offered enrollment first.
  2. Next, current HOB members can enroll.
  3. Last, enrollment is opened to the wider community.

Classes are capped for enrollment and have a minimum enrollment requirement. CHAP reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. Cancelled classes due to low enrollment will be determined on August 20th, 2021. Enrolled families will be notified at the time via email.


Should C.H.A.P. have to close enrollment due to maximums being met, students may be put on a waiting list and invited to fill vacated spots at the discretion of instructor.


***A Waiver and Medical Release Form signed by the parent is required for each student to participate in the classes. Registration WILL NOT be accepted without properly completed forms.



Registration and Supply Fees


A nonrefundable registration fee of $90.00 per family is due by August 1st of each calendar school year to assure your family’s participation in C.H.A.P. This fee covers insurance, facility use, cleaning, and administrative fees.

(We do accept late registrations if space is available.)


Instructor supply fees are non-refundable and required by August 15th of each calendar school year.



Payment for Classes


Parents can pay for classes in two ways:


  1. Pay in full at the beginning of the school year.
  2. Pay in monthly installments due the first Friday of each month. Checks should be made out to the instructor and left in the instructor’s folder at the welcome table in on the front porch. Cash must be placed in an envelope labeled with the instructor’s name, student’s name, and class.



Refund Policy


Registration and supply fees are non-refundable. If a student chooses to withdraw from a class by the third week of September, only the September monthly class fee is required.



Late Additions


If you are joining CHAP mid-semester, check with the individual instructors. Late additions to classes are at their discretion. However, foreign language classes close to additional students on Week 3 of the first semester.



Substitutes


It will be the instructors’ responsibility to procure a substitute if s/he is not able to teach a class. All instructors should have substitute plans prepared and on file at HOB Headquarters. All substitutes must have a background check performed and be approved by C.H.A.P.



Instructor and Volunteer Requirements


1. All instructors and volunteers must pass a background check. The cost of the background check is: $15.00

2. Instructors are responsible for collecting payments from their students’ families. If you are having issues collecting payments from a family, please contact the CHAP Leadership Team.



Student Code of Conduct & Disciplinary Actions


It is the parent’s responsibility to make sure all students understand the rules that are in place. Please review the Student Code of Conduct with your child. If students do not comply with the Student Code of Conduct, disciplinary actions will be instituted.


Expectations that all students are to follow:


1. Respect Yourself:

Respect yourself so that you may do the same for others.


2. Respect Others:

Be kind to your peers. No hurtful language, pushing, hitting, shoving or any physical aggression will be tolerated. Bullying will also not be tolerated. Respect must be extended to the teachers, teacher’s aides, hall monitors, and CHAP leadership.


3. Respect Property:
Respect the building and property at all times. If a student seriously damages anything, parents will be financially responsible for the damage and more serious disciplinary actions may occur.

Discipline for not meeting the above expectations will be handled as follows:

Step 1: Student will be encouraged to improve behavior and reminded of the expectations by the instructor and/or volunteers.

Step 2: Student will be reminded of the expectations by the instructors and/or volunteers and provided redirection and given warnings to correct behavior.

Step 3: If the student continues the disruptive or disrespectful behavior, the student will be removed from the classroom and parents will be notified.

Consequences for serious infractions are as follows:

Infraction

Consequences

Any abusive and/or foul language

Parents will be notified and corrective behavior by parents is expected

Threats and/or intimidation toward teachers, parents, or fellow students

Parents will be notified; possible removal from the classroom and CHAP depending on the severity and student/family behavior modification

Willful physical harm to any person or property

Immediate removal from CHAP without refund

Theft

Parents will be notified and CHAP leadership will be made aware of the situation; depending on the situation, further consequences may ensue.

These more serious infractions will not be tolerated in any way and will result in immediate dismissal for the day. The parent will be required to immediately retrieve their child and meet with a CHAP team member. Depending on the seriousness of the offense, the student may be dismissed from the program completely. No refunds will be provided.


ZERO Tolerance Policy

We desire to provide a safe and nurturing environment for all students, there is a zero tolerance policy regarding students in possession of the following:

· Weapons

· Firearms

· Alcohol

· Any controlled substance

If your student is found to be in possession of any of these items, a single infraction will result in the immediate, permanent dismissal of the student from CHAP and the appropriate authorities will be notified.



Grievance Procedures


We request that no grievance be handled in front of students. We also request that everyone involved keep the matter confidential. There should be no outside involvement without the knowledge of all parties involved including talking to other parents/teachers.


We seek to provide a positive environment for the students and families, even when there are grievances.

For effective problem solving, it is necessary to seek help in a manner in which all involved are respected. Should anyone experience disagreement within CHAP, s/he must adhere to the following steps to resolve the situation. Out of respect for one another, confidentiality will be upheld. Refusal to adhere to this policy may result in dismissal from the C.H.A.P. without refund.


Steps for Resolution of Grievance

1. Communicate directly with the person with whom you have the disagreement.

2. If not resolved, involved parties meet with a member of the CHAP leadership team to air the grievance and find a solution.

3. If the issue cannot be resolved, it will be presented to the entire CHAP leadership team who will attempt to mitigate the situation for all parties involved.


Parental Code of Conduct

Following are the responsibilities of parents involved in CHAP:


  1. Check for papers/emails regarding supplies students need each week.
  2. Ensure that students complete homework and at-home projects.
  3. Accompany your child into the building every day to sign-in and sign-out.
  4. Pay tuition and class fees promptly.
  5. Communicate any special needs that your child may have to teachers;
    for example:

    a. Student with ADD/ADHD may need to stand.
    b. Child with bladder issues may need to go to the bathroom often.
    c. Child may need to go to parents for medication.
    d. Student is far below average in reading ability.

This will allow your child’s teacher to accommodate his needs better.

6. Discuss problems or concerns with teachers after class and not in front of other students.

7. Due to limited space, please refrain from sitting in your students’ classes unless you are a designated helper. You may request permission from a teacher under special circumstances. Your presence may be disruptive.

8. Arrive a few minutes early so you have adequate time to get your students signed in. Coming late on a consistent basis is extremely disruptive to the teacher and other students in the class.

9. Read this manual with your student(s) and familiarize yourself with all of it.


Examples of Unacceptable Parent Behavior

  1. Disrupting the class for reason other than emergencies, including but not limited to socializing with teacher and students during class time. If you need to speak to your child, wait until after class.
  2. Disciplining children not directly under your authority.
  3. Talking over the class or correcting the teacher during class. Please speak to the teacher afterwards in private if you have any concerns.


Lost and Found

CHAP is not responsible for lost and/or stolen items. Please label supplies and student’s items appropriately. A lost and found container will be provided. At the end of the semester, all remaining items in it will be donated to Goodwill.




Leadership Team


CHAP consists of volunteers who are dedicated to promoting fellowship and knowledge in the homeschool community. CHAP is continually preparing for the next semesters and we are always happy to receive input and suggestions about classes that would interest your students. The members of the leadership team for the 2022-2023 school year are: Laura Lombardo and Laurie Tiemens.



Additional Handbook Information

CHAP reserves the right to append, delete, or modify any section of this manual as needed.





























Updated 05/31/2021

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SESSION 1: 11:00am-12:00pm SESSION 2: 12:30pm-2:00pm
Tuesday Classes : Bealeton
Introduction to Zoology
8th - 12th ; 13 y/o - 18 y/o
Laura Lombardo
Mrs. Laura Lombardo
The Secrets of Great Communicators
8th - 12th
Laura Lombardo

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Elementary Middle School & High School High School
Mrs. Tracy Gisselquist.
Physics
9th - 12th
Tracy Gisselquist
Mrs. Lisa Heilenman
Music Appreciation (1st Semester)
6 y/o - 12 y/o
Lisa Heilenman
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller
Math FUNdamentals
11 y/o - 18 y/o
Elizabeth Miller
Mrs. Laurie Tiemens
Introduction to Psychology
9th - 12th ; 13 y/o - 18 y/o
Laurie Tiemens

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Elementary & Middle School Middle School High School
Mrs. Tracy Gisselquist.
Physics Lab
9th - 12th
Tracy Gisselquist
Mr. Alan Lombardo
Mystery Detectives: Logic & Critical Thinking (1st Semester)
4th - 8th
Alan Lombardo
Mrs. Laura Lombardo
Time Travelers: The Civil War (1st Semester)
1st - 8th
Mrs. Laurie Tiemens
Cinema Studies for Literature Learning
9th - 12th ; 13 y/o - 18 y/o
Laurie Tiemens

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Elementary Middle School & High School High School
Mrs. Lisa Sierra
Geology: Fun with Rocks & Minerals
9 y/o - 12 y/o
Lisa Sierra
Mrs. Tracy Gisselquist.
General Science Exploration
4th - 8th ; 12 y/o - 18 y/o
Tracy Gisselquist
Mrs. Lisa Heilenman
US Geography - Learning the 50 States
6 y/o - 10 y/o
Lisa Heilenman
Mrs. Laura Lombardo
Exploring American Government (1st Semester)
8th - 12th ; 13 y/o - 18 y/o

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Elementary & Middle School Middle School & High School
Mrs. Tracy Gisselquist.
Introduction to LEGO Programing (1st Semester)
1st - 9th ; 6 y/o - 14 y/o
Tracy Gisselquist
Mrs. Laura Lombardo
Art: Methods and Mediums
12 y/o - 18 y/o

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Study Hall
Kindergarten - 12th
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Kindergarten - 12th
Study Hall
Kindergarten - 12th
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