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Deltona High School For the parents, students, & community supporters of Deltona High School.


Dear Parents and Students, Can you believe it? We are already beginning the second nine weeks. Students should be settling into their new classes and working hard to learn the challenging material and standards in their courses. Please encourage your son/daughter to take advantage of all tutoring available before school, during lunch, and after school from their teachers to make sure they keep up with the academic rigorous material in each of their classes. In addition, every teacher has office hours M-Th during lunch for assistance. üü Report cards will be distributed to your son/daughter on Friday, October 24th. Please take the time to look over the report card and encourage your son or daughter to take advantage of all opportunities for academic success. Please feel free to contact Mrs. Catalano, school counseling department @ #44397 to schedule a parent conference with the teachers. üü Did you know we have a “Think Tank” during the school day? This program has proved to be very successful. Any student who received a grade of “F” in a course needed for graduation will be placed into this study hall course instead of their elective class until credit is earned in that class. üü Come join SAC (School Advisory Council). We are looking for parents that can meet once per month @ 6:00 pm in the new Learning Commons

(formerly known as the media center). Our next SAC meeting is November 13th. I hope to see you there. üü I want to thank each of you for being supportive of Deltona High School. As you know continue to increase our academic focus, school spirit and culture at Deltona High School. Please get involved and join the Wolves’ Family by participating in school events and programs. This is OUR community. As a team, with all our stakeholders working together, we will make DHS the best school in Volusia County! I appreciate all your support for Deltona High students, faculty and school community. As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to contact me. We all need to be “ALL IN” to make sure that students reach their highest potential. Carolyn Carbonell

Carolyn Carbonell, Principal


“Believing all students will learn, Deltona High School empowers students by providing challenging educational experiences in a caring environment.” “Con la certeza de que todo estudiante aprendera, Deltona High School capacita a los estudiantes a traves de experiencias educatives retadoras dentro de un ambiente alentador.”

VOLUSIA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT VISION STATEMENT Ensuring all students receive a superior 21st century education. Mission: Volusia County Schools will ignite a passion for learning by providing a challenging, creative curriculum in a safe, supportive environment where students reach their highest potential.

INFORMATION This information is based on the most accurate information available at the time of publication. Please check the school for changes during the year.

Report cards: Pick up now at the front office School’s Website:

Howling News Inside

School Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Congratulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Counselor Corner . . . . . . . . . . . 4 New Learning Commons . . . . . . 5 Sports and Sport Schedules . . . 6 Sport Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 JROTC Fall News . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

“Wolf Tales” Deltona High School October 2018 Published 4 Times Per Year 100 Wolfpack Run Deltona, FL 32725 Issue # 2

October 2018



Administrative Staff

Carolyn S. Carbonell, Principal Bobbie Jo Grieve, Asst. Principal Dr. Eidie Velez, Asst. Principal Dr. Christina Lapnow, Asst. Principal Michael Micallef, Asst. Principal Kiheme Cowan, Dean Alisha Zarbo, Testing Coordinator

Ancillary Support

Jim Gawriluk, Athletic Director Jackie Hirsch, Activity Director Cathy Knowles, Cafe Manager Abaco Rayner, Counseling Dir. Franz Goropeuschek, Grad. Asrn. Coach Adrienne Palmer, Grad. Asrn. Coach Amanda Forsythe, Principal’s Secretary Deputy Garcia, School Resource Deputy

November 12 (Monday) - Veterans Day Holiday November 19 (Monday) – Thanksgiving Holiday Begins December 20 (Thursday) – Teacher Duty Day/Student Holiday December 21 (Friday) - Winter Holiday Begins January 7 (Monday) – Classes Resume January 21 (Monday) – Martin Luther King’s Birthday Holiday

Early Release Days: October: 17, 24, 31 November 7, 14, 21 December: 5, 12, 19 January 9, 16, 23, 30

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Mrs. Calero has open registration for any parent or student who would like to take a Conversational English online course. Classes are completely on line and it’s free. Email Mrs. Calero for additional information at

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Deltona High School and Galaxy Middle School have teamed up to form the new GMS Health Occupations Students of America Chapter 15050! DHS Teacher of the Year, Brandy Meadows, and GMS STEM teacher, Jackie Drescher, have collaborated to connect middle and high school students who have an interest in pursuing health care careers! DHS HOSA students also volunteer to teach hands-on labs to GMS STEM students! Students have learned how to take vital signs, perform CPR, stop bleeding, and perform basic first aid skills! Students are already preparing for their first regional competition in February, with the hopes of earning an invitation to the state competition in March!


Activity Office 44018 Agriculture Office 44081 Art Department 44077 Athletic Office 44106 Attendance Office 44091 Band 44073 Bookkeeping 44109 Cambridge 44086 Chorus Department 44072 Clinic 44398 Culinary Department 44076 Data Office 44092 Deans’ Office 44100 ESE Office 44085 ESOL Office 44101 Fine Arts Department 44111 Foreign Language Department 44090 Health Academy 44082 Industrial Arts Department 44078 JROTC 44039 Math Department 44042 Media Center 44396 Obligations 44109 Physical Ed. Department 44068, 44069 Registrar/Records 44087 Science Department 44061 School Counseling Office 44397 Social Studies Department 44045 Volusia County School Board 734-7190 Yearbook 44080 Cady Studios 1-800-547-6237 Balfour 1-800-704-7464




Congratulations to our TV Production students who won a district-wide video contest. The students had to film and edit a public service announcement about safety traveling to school. Out of the entire county, Deltona High took first and second place. Congratulations to the following students who placed second - Megan Davis, Gaby Figueroa, Gavin Hayes, Caleb Koogler, Tanner Thacker, and Jack Thompson. And congratulations to the team who placed first Christian Ripley and Kenny Rolon! If you would like to watch the winning videos, they are on the Daily Announcements page on our school website!

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November 8, 2018: Veterans Day Concert (Band & Chorus) @ 7pm November 13, 2018: Theatre-Thespian District Showcase @ 7pm December 7, 2018: Band Prism Concert @ 7pm December 12, 2018: Winter Chorus Concert @ 7pm January 24 & 25, 2019: Theatre-Student Directed One Acts @ 7pm January 30, 2019: Chorus MPA Concert @ 7pm


The Scholarship Newsletter is available on our school’s website at under the School Counseling tab. Please check periodically for updated scholarship information and explore the financial aid links. Scholarships are available to ALL grade levels! It is never too early to start securing funds for your post-secondary endeavors. Please see Mrs. Estelhomme for your concerns. Attention all parents for the class of 2020. Your student is now digitally connected to their School Counselor, Mrs. Estelhomme via Canvas. There are various grade level information of importance for students and parents. Currently, parents are able to view this information by signing on through your student’s Canvas account. Please visit the site and check out the information your student is receiving.



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Athlete: Cierra Harris Citizen: Ryan Helmes Scholar: Ashley Wilder Wolf: Shawna Mann

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Maria Aldaba Julian Delgado Kaliyah Graham Sahillyann Velez Kercado



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4 COUNSELOR CORNER Greetings from the school counseling department! The 2018 -2019 school year has brought on many changes in our world, so we would like to take a few moments of your time to update you on all the changes. First off we have a new School Counseling Director, Abaco Rayner. This is Abaco’s fourth year as a school counselor and fourth year working with the class of 2019. Abaco graduated from NSB High School, then attended Daytona State College prior to attending the University of Central Florida for her Bachelors and Masters Degrees. Currently, she is working with your students on signing up for Bright Futures and helping them with College Applications. All students have received their academic history, and parents should have received a copy of it in the mail as well. Next we would like to introduce you to Donnette Estelhomme the new school counselor for our juniors. She has already met with all of her students and has gone over all of their academic history. Here are a few words from Mrs. Estelhomme: It is my pleasure to serve this year as the School Counselor for the C/O 2020! Just a little background, I graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, and from Nova Southeastern University with a Masters of Science in School Counseling. I migrated from the beautiful country of Jamaica to the lovely Miramar, FL. In addition to serving your child as their School Counselor, I currently oversee all things scholarships related. My hope is for us as stakeholders to work together, in order for your student to have a successful year, however that might look for the student. Iliana Ulfe is our new school counselor for the class of 2021 here at Deltona High School! She is also our college visit contact. Iliana comes to us from Miami, where she graduated from Florida International University with her Bachelor’s degree. Afterwards, she received her Master’s degree from the University of Central Florida. Ms. Ulfe has presented to your students in their English classes to go over their high school graduation requirements and their academic history. Nou Thor is the new school counselor for the class of 2022. She has worked as a middle school counselor at Galaxy Middle School for the last 8 years. She has also

TESTING 2018-2019 SAT Test Date November 3, 2018 December 1, 2018 March 9, 2019 May 4, 2019

Registration Deadline October 3, 2018 November 1, 2018 February 8, 2019 April 4, 2019

2018-2019 ACT Test Date October 27, 2018 December 8, 2018 February 9, 2019 April 13, 2019 June 8, 2019

Registration Deadline September 21, 2018 November 2, 2018 January 4, 2019 March 8, 2019 May 3, 2019

been in the classrooms meeting all of your students. Here are a few words from Mrs. Thor: My name is Nou Thor and this year I am the 9th grade Counselor and Youth Partnership Program Coordinator. I grew up in Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Masters of Science in Counseling. I worked for two years in Orange County as a counselor before I moved here to Volusia County. This will be my 10th year working as a school counselor in Volusia County. I live in Debary with my husband and three children. I hope to work with you all on meeting all your students needs. We also have two new Graduation Assurance Coaches, Franz Goropeuschek and Adrienne Palmer. Franz worked in alternative education in New York and has a back ground in Volusia County working as an IEP facilitator. Adrienne Palmer has worked in our county as an ESE Placement Specialist. She has also taken on the role of Cheerleading Coach and Academic Tutor. Both are very skilled are ready to help your students graduate. Our team would not be complete with our two important people in our department: Karina Dalik, our registrar who has been with us for 8 years and Kristen Catalano, our new school counseling secretary. She has been a Paraprofessional with Deltona High School for the last five years. She has two students attending Deltona High School, a senior and a freshman. She is here to help you with figuring out the world of Gradebook and scheduling conferences. With all this, one thing has not changed, we are still here to help your student with academics, emotional support, and college and career planning. Please have your student visit us during our office hours, before school, after school, and during lunch. We hope to see them soon! Thank you, Abaco Rayner Director of School Counseling

FSA ELA / FSA EOCs / PERT - Test Dates October 22, 2018 – November 2, 2018 PERT Grades 9-12 November 26, 2018 – December 14, 2018 Winter EOC Administration (FSA Algebra 1 and Geometry/ NGSSS US History and Biology) February 11, 2019 – February 22, 2019 PERT Grades 9-12 February 25, 2019 – March 14, 2019 FSA ELA Retake (Grades 10R - 12) FSA Algebra 1 Retake April 1, 2019 – April 2, 2019 FSA ELA Writing Component Grades 9 and 10 April 15, 2019 – April 26, 2019 PERT Grades 9-12 May 1, 2019 – May 6, 2019 FSA ELA Reading Component Grades 9 and 10 May 1, 2019 – May 29, 2019 Spring EOC Administration (FSA Algebra 1 and Geometry/ NGSSS US History and Biology)

Date Mon – 5/6/19 Tue – 5/7/19 Wedy – 5/8/19 Thu – 5/9/19 Fri – 5/10/19 Mon – 5/13/19 Tue – 5/14/19 Wed – 5/15/19 Thu – 5/16/19 Fri – 5/17/19

AP Exams – 5/6/2019 to 5/17/2019 – Testing location to be announced Morning Session Afternoon Session United States Government and Politics Environmental Science Spanish Language and Culture Physics 1: Algebra-based English Literature and Composition European History, French Language and Culture Chemistry, Spanish Literature and Culture Psychology United States History Biology Calculus AB, Calculus BC Art History, Human Geography English Language and Composition World History Statistics Microeconomics, Music Theory

5 DELTONA HIGH’S NEW LEARNING COMMONS “A place with a space for every learner.”

A Learning Commons embraces the concept of an open area where, “All students come together to read, study; do homework; work on projects—individually or collectively; to collaborate; explore; meet; and participate in a number of school-based activities. It is also the place where all education providers and facilitators gather to provide instruction; develop their expertise; and share their collective knowledge to enhance student learning. It is a common area where learning is both physical and virtual—an environment that supports 21st Century skills and the various literacies including technology integration. All who visit the Learning Commons should find comfort and feel safe.” The Learning Commons is a very new concept to most students, faculty, staff, and family members who have made recent visits. Individuals walk in and to some it’s an array of flat screens for play. To others it’s awesome! Like no other media center they’ve ever seen. Some are wondering where the books are and then there are some who are of the mindset that the books won’t be missed. A few have remarked that it feels like they are at a college library. Students have noticed that there are no desktop computers and the teachers are really enjoying the flexible seating. As the Media Teacher, I simply want every individual to feel like they belong when he/she walks into the place. It might take a minute to transition into this new space and with your help I’m sure we can achieve this. Please consider taking the survey below (link or QR Code), so I can do my best in meeting this year’s goal: To increase knowledge of our students and provide standards – aligned learning in every lesson, in every class, then student achievement will increase.

Resources & Research For now some of the print resources are limited. However, there are plans to order a number of items in various formats—to include print, digital, and audible in the very near future. There are existing digital resources students have access to. To view these, visit the Learning Commons web site: ; then select the appropriate tab for the resources listed: • Destiny Discovery (Collections) – see Media TAB • Encyclopedia Britanica – see Web Resources TAB • Florida Electronic Library – see Web Resources TAB

A few spots are left!

College & Career Corner in the Learning Commons Mrs. O’Brien will work with the School Counselors to highlight scholarship opportunities. Students will have access to print resources and other tools in preparation for college and career. This will be a designated area where students can access ACT and SAT resources and other related documenation. On scheduled Wednesdays, students can request additional assistance with scholarships and applications. For more information, visit the web site below and stay tuned: https://dhswolveslearningcommons. Wolves READ! Last year, the Paws2read Book Club won the first district high school Battle of the Books competition. This is our fourth year and we a preparing to defend our title. As a club and a team, we will continue to focus on the Florida Teens Read titles, as well as, participate in a number of literacy-based activities throughout the year, including collaborating with the Deltona Regional Library and meeting authors. If you love to read beyond the classroom, please see Mrs. O’Brien. Due to the amount of time it takes to prepare--we can only accept a few more students until November 1, 2018. Wolves Create & Innovate! A Creative space is a crucial part of a Learning Commons. This year we will not have a formal club, but there will be at least one STEM or STEAM based activity on a monthly-basis. We have yet to determine a designated space where craft to tech-based activities can be scheduled. Until that time, please listen for announcements. A New Year a New Password All students were asked to change their password at the beginning of this year. The alpha code beginning with a “1” remains the same. If for some reason, this has yet to happen, please note that your son/daughter can ask for assistance in the Learning Commons. See Mrs. O’Brien. In the meantime, think of a password that meets with the following requirements: At least eight characters long with numbers; a capital letter and one symbol. Community & Parent Outreach We typically offer a time when parents can come to learn about Media related resources and platforms. At this time none has been scheduled. Should you have questions, please feel free to submit your concerns, suggestions, requests via the comment form provided below: Thanks, Mrs. O’Brien Media Teacher FOR MORE INFORMATION • Visit our Website at • Follow us on Twitter @Wolvescommons

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Wrestling starts Tuesday 11/13 after school in the wrestling room. All students interested must have a physical on file with the Athletic Department to participate. There will be an informational parent meeting Thursday 11/1 at 7pm in the cafeteria. If you have any questions please contact Coach Wallace in 21-1, email or call 386-575-4153 ext. 44078.

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Wrestling Schedule Head Coach: Keith Wallace Day Month Date Opponent


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Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar

Location Pre-Season 28 @ Deland Away 7 Titan JV Tourney @ University HS 8 Titan Tourney-Varsity @ University HS 12 Mainland Home 15 Deltona Duals Home 19 New Smyrna Home 20 @ Flagler Away 11-12 Dual Championships TBA 18-19 Warner/Milton @ St. Cloud HS 22 @ Apopka Away 23 @ Pine Ridge Away 30 Deland Home 2 Greco Invitational @ Steinbrenner HS 6 Seabreeze Home (Sr Night) 9 5 Star Conference @ Flagler 13 @ Atlantic Away 23 Districts TBA 1-2 Regions Brandon HS 8-9 State Silver Spurs Arena



Boys Soccer Schedule Head Coach: Ethan Hutchins Day Month Date Opponent Location Pre-Season Classic@ Winter Springs Tue Nov 6 Winter Springs 5:00 Thu Nov 8 Oviedo 7:00 Tue Nov 13 Spruce Creek Home Wed Nov 14 Matanzas Home Thu Nov 15 Deland Home Mon Nov 26 New Smyrna Home Tue Nov 27 @ University Away Thu Nov 29 @ Mainland * Away Mon Dec 3 @ Lake Mary Away Thu Dec 6 Flagler Home Fri Dec 7 Pine Ridge* (B-G) Home Tue Dec 11 @ Spruce Creek Away Thu Dec 13 @ Deland Away Fri Dec 14 University Home Mon Dec 17 @ Jones Away Tue Dec 18 @ New Smyrna Away Mon Jan 7 @ Father Lopez Away Tue Jan 8 Mainland Home Thu Jan 10 Crooms (G-B) Home Mon Jan 14 Taylor* (JV-G-B) Home Tue Jan 15 Flagler Home Thu Jan 17 Lake Mary Prep (G-B) Home Mayor’s Cup Tue Jan 22 @ Pine Ridge (G-B) Away Wed Jan 23 Wekiva Home


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District Games Conference Games * Boys Basketball Schedule Head Coach: Scott Humphrey Assistant Coach: Brad Fraser Day Month Date Opponent Location Tue Nov 27 @ Pine Ridge* Away Fri Nov 30 Windemere Home Wed Dec 5 Mainland * Home Fri Dec 7 @ New Smyrna Away Tue Dec 11 Seabreeze Home Fri Dec 14 @ Father Lopez Away Tue Dec 18 Atlantic Home Thur-Sat Dec 27-30 Lexington Catholic Tournament Kentucky Tue Jan 8 Pine Ridge Home Fri Jan 11 @ Mainland Away Tue Jan 15 DeLand Home Thu Jan 17 @ University Away Fri Jan 18 New Smyrna Home Tue Jan 22 @ Seabreeze Away Wed Jan 23 Flagler Home Fri Jan 25 Father Lopez Home Sat Jan 26 Lake Nona Home Tue Jan 29 @ Atlantic Away Fri Feb 1 University Home Tue Feb 5 Olympia Home Thu Feb 7 The First Academy Home Tue,Wed,Fri Feb 12, 13, 15 Districts Seabreeze HS

Time 4:30-7:30 6:00-7:30 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 TBA 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 6:00-7:30 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 1:30-3:00 5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 6:00-7:30 7:00 TBA

Girls Soccer Schedule Head Coach: Jeff Carson Assistant Coach: Kristine Ford Day Month Date Opponent Location Pre-Season Classic Thu Nov 8 @ Lake Brantley Away Tue Nov 13 @ Matanzas Away Wed Nov 14 @ Spruce Creek Away Fri Nov 16 Deland Home Wed Nov 28 @ New Smyrna Away Fri Nov 30 University Home Mon Dec 3 @ Crescent City Away Wed Dec 5 Mainland Home Fri Dec 7 Pine Ridge* (B-G) Home Wed Dec 12 @ Flagler Away Fri Dec 14 Spruce Creek Home Mon Dec 17 Seminole Home Tue Dec 18 @ Deland Away Fri Dec 21 New Smyrna Home Wed Jan 9 @ University Away Thu Jan 10 Crooms (G-B) Home Fri Jan 11 @ Mainland Away Mon Jan 14 Taylor* (JV-G-B) Home Wed Jan 16 Flagler Home Thu Jan 17 Lake Mary Prep (G-B) Home Mayor’s Cup Tue Jan 22 @ Pine Ridge (G-B) Away

Time 6:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00 4:00-4:00 5:00-7:00 3:45-3:45 3:00-5:00-7:00 5:45-7:30 5:00-7:00 5:00-7:00

District Games Conference Games *

Girls Basketball Schedule Head Coach: Ryan Wilson Day Month Date Opponent Tue,Thur Nov 13,15 Pre-Season @ University HS Tue Nov 20 Atlantic * Tue Nov 27 @ Pine Ridge * Thu Nov 29 Mainland * Fri Dec 7 New Smyrna Tue Dec 11 Seabreeze Fri Dec 14 @ Father Lopez Tue Dec 18 @ Atlantic Mon Jan 7 University Tue Jan 8 Pine Ridge Fri Jan 11 @ Mainland Mon Jan 14 @ Lyman Wed Jan 16 DeLand Fri Jan 18 @ New Smyrna Tue Jan 22 @ Seabreeze Fri Jan 25 Father Lopez Thu Jan 28 Matanzas Tue,Wed,Fri Feb 5, 6, 8 Districts District Games Conference Games *


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JROTC FALL NEWS JROTC FALL SPAGHETTI DINNER—FAMILY AFFAIR Come meet and greet new wolves of the JROTC Pack while enjoying a great home-cooked spaghetti dinner!! It’s that time of year again to enjoy the brisk of beautiful fall while enjoying and meeting new friends over a bowl of spaghetti. When: Oct 17th; Time 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Where: DHS Cafeteria. Have a schedule conflict? We will offer carry out for your convenience. For more details please contact DHS JROTC at (386) 575-4153 ext. 44039 JROTC PINK OUT AND CANCER WALK BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH 2018 Calling all DHS Wolves and Deltona Community members!!! Put on your walking shoes because we are “Ready” to take on Daytona Beach and the world in support of Breast Cancer Research and Awareness. DHS JROTC Wolves Battalion will participate as a “Team” at the Daytona Beach Breast Cancer Walk. On October 26, 2018, everyone will “Pink” Deltona High School----its “PINK OUT 2018”!! ALL DHS Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to all wear Pink. Parents…..dropping off or picking up kids, please wear Pink also!!!!! Lots of free information brochures, flyers, screening available; so please join Deltona high JROTC for this great annual event. T-Shirts available by calling (386) 575-4153 ext. 44039. SOCKTOBER AND “OPERATION CAROLINE BLUE” DHS JROTC in collaboration with DHS Key Club will hold its second annual “SOCTOBER” sock drive. Everyone is encouraged to please donate NEW socks (children and adult socks) to support hurricane victims of North Carolina!! In addition, JROTC will host a Toiletry/Personal Care drive for items for hurricane victims. Please help us support our fellow Americans in North Carolina who need our assistance. Donations can be dropped off at Deltona High School JROTC Building 19, room 6. Point of Contact is LTC Moore-Lobban, (386) 575-4163 ext. 44039.

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