The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. at 148 N. Binkley St. in Soldotna (unless otherwise noted.)
For more information, call 714-8888 or visit http://www.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/school_board.aspx?id=13414. The agenda and packet items are posted on Wednesday afternoon prior to the date of the Board meeting.
Persons with disabilities who need accommodations to participate at School Board meetings should contact Sally Tachick at 907-714-8836, or e-mail email@example.com no later than three business days before the meeting date.
* Today (at Seward High School);
* June 7; and
* June 8 (board planning session.)
Members of the Public Employees Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System are invited to attend a Benefits Fair hosted by the Division of Retirement and Benefits in Soldotna. Featured speakers will discuss the retirement plans, retiree health benefits, social security benefits, investment strategies and more. The fair will be held May 13, 14 and 15 at the Kenai Peninsula College campus. A schedule of events can be found on the Division's website at www.doa.alaska.gov/drb or by contacting Judy Hall at 465-4470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, we take very seriously our responsibility to safeguard students while they are in our care.
Unfortunately, in this day and age, not everyone's intentions are genuine, and the District cannot in good conscience overlook the possible threat to student safety that could be posed by people in the school building. Anyone interested in being a school volunteer needs to complete a form online and agree to a background check. The form should only take a few minutes to complete, and all information gathered will be kept confidential.
Volunteers are anyone who will be in the school on a regular basis. School visitors do not need to complete the form.
Visitors would be guest speakers, those attending a large group function or parents visiting just their own student, for instance to have lunch with them.
Information from the screening and background check is not released to the schools or school administrators.
Only a few members of the District's Human Resources department will have access to the information, and safeguards are in place to ensure its security.
The volunteer background check only looks for criminal history, not financial (credit rating), medical history, or civil matters.
The school's principal will be notified if there is a problem with a background check, but the specifics of an offense will not be released to the school.
To complete the screening process, visit our Employment Openings page.
When you reach the employment page, click on "Volunteer" category link, and choose one of the schools on the following page.
Click on the "Apply" button to start the volunteer application process.
KPBSD appreciates your assistance in helping us be better stewards of children. Please contact your school administrator if you have questions regarding this matter.
This construction academy is for all area high school students. The academy will begin May 25 and will end on June 11. The academy will be held at the Workforce Development Center on Lawton Drive behind Kenai Central High School. This academy is free to all students and transportation may be provided if needed.
This academy will be project based. Some projects from the past years are: The girls locker room at the Kenai Ice Rink, a storage shed at the Kenai Senior Center, the forestry building at the Ninilchik Fairgrounds and the ski shack at Kenai Central High School.
This year the students will begin to build a portable classroom. The structure will be 24' by 40'. It will be built in two 12' by 40' sections. Not only will the portable classroom be used for learning basic construction skills, floor layouts, basic framing, and proper measuring, it will be donated to the Kenai Peninsula Borough for use in the school district The skills learned during this academy will help participants secure jobs in entry level construction careers. A 10 hour online OSHA course may be offered.
If a student successfully completes the summer program they are eligible to receive a half practical art credit.
This academy is possible thanks to funding from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development & the Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development.
For more information or to sign up contact Debbie Pearson @ 283-2145 or email her at email@example.com
* PEO, Chapter M, will provide its annual women's scholarship this spring. Any woman having successfully completed two semesters of college and who is enrolled or planning to enroll at Kenai Peninsula College for the 2010-2011 school year is eligible to apply. The amount of the scholarship is $1500, paid at $750 per semester. Applications are now available in the Financial Aid Office at Kenai Peninsula College and must be returned by May 10. Selection will be made by June 1. For more information, call 335-5849.
The school is now accepting applications for the 2010-2011 school year. Please call the office at 262-5101 for more information.
Elementary Spring Concert will be held on today at 6:30 p.m.
High School Spring retreat will be May 10-11, camping on Porcupine Island on Kenai Lake.
High School Academic Awards Night will be held on May 13 at 7 p.m. at College Heights Baptist Church. New National Honor Society members will be inducted, along with other Academic Awards, including Senior Scholarships.
Cook Inlet Academy teachers offer a variety of summer school opportunities. Please call the office for more information, or stop in to pick up a flyer.
April 23 was the last day to purchase hot lunch this year. Please take a moment to check your lunch account on Sycamore and take care of any balances by the end of April. Cook Inlet is looking for a mobile lunch cart to purchase for our lunch program. Please contact the office if you have any leads.
Don't miss out on important school and classroom information between now and the end of the school year. If you need assistance in accessing Sycamore, contact Jill Leiter in the office.
Connections is enrolling for the 2010/11 school year. Call the office at 714-8880 to make an appointment.
DIBELS/CBM testing is currently being done for grades K-3 through this Friday. Call the office to schedule an appointment.
Connections now has a secure password protected forum http://connect.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/forum/. No spammers will be able to get in. All joiners go through an approval process. When joining please use a first and last name or you will not be approved. This is to prevent unwanted users from inadvertently being approved.
Don't forget to bring in those used ink cartridges to be recycled. Any questions, contact Shelli Furlong.
Graduation is quickly approaching. Seniors wishing to participate in graduation must hand in senior survey and slideshow pictures. Contact your advisor if you have any questions.
Second Semester grades reports are due May 21.
For information and activities, please visit the website at http://connect.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/index.html
New student registration will begin today and will go through Friday - from 8:15 to 4:15. Students new to the district schools will need to bring their shot record and birth certificate. Kindergarten visitation is this week also. Reminders were mailed last week of your scheduled day and time but please call the office if you have questions 283-0804.
Parents who are new to Kaleidoscope and have not participated in our mandatory informational meeting will have two more opportunities - the first is scheduled for today at 5 p.m. and the final on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Mr. Wykis will also be contacting all new families to schedule a one-on-one Welcome Conference with him.
Tuesday is our 6th-grade play / concert beginning at 7 p.m. There will also be a celebration of these students who are moving on to middle school. The play / concert will be repeated at 9:30 Wednesday for the students in an assembly.
May 10 is the 5th-grade play / concert beginning at 7 p.m. It will be repeated at 9:30 May 11 for the students in an assembly.
Field days are next week as follows: May 11 for K-2, May 12 for 3-6. Please see Mrs. Calvert if you would like to volunteer to help. The next APC meeting is scheduled for May 12 at 4 p.m.
The 5th- and 6th-grade spring band concert is May 13 at 6 p.m. This was advertised incorrectly in the Clarion last week and we apologize for any confusion. The concert will be repeated at 9:15 May 14 for the students in an assembly.
May 21 is the last day of school. A picnic lunch for all K-8 students, preschoolers, and parents will be served at noon followed by the annual parent/student softball game.
Eighth grade and four year old preschool graduation will be held May 23 at 7 p.m. Featured speakers will be Pastor Schmidt, Mr. Holper, and the eighth-grade graduates. The K-8 Children's Choir will also be participating.
The musical "Joseph - from the Pit to the Palace" will be presented by the K-8th graders on May 17, at 7 p.m. at the school. Admission is free and the public is invited.
The Kindergarten and preschool classes will be hosting a Mother's Day Tea at noon on May 10. A light lunch will be served and entertainment will be provided.
Those interested in checking out Grace Lutheran for the 2010-2011 school year are encouraged to call the school at 283-9551 soon to set up an appointment.
Please bring all Boxtops for Education and Campbell's proofs of purchase to the school before May 21. Please continue to save aluminum cans for next year's contest.
Attention all golf fans: the Kenai Boy's Soccer team is selling raffle tickets for a season pass to the Kenai Golf Course. Tickets are $10. The drawing will be held on May 19 at KCHS at 12. If you are interested in purchasing a raffle ticket and helping support the Kardinal soccer program, please contact Coach Dave Landry at 283-2600.
April 2010 Student of the Month , Rotary - Samantha Hull, Chamber - Jasmine Klauder, Elks - Alex Shire
Staffer of the Month- Cheri Johnson, Kard of the Deck- Julie Rang, Performing Arts: Music: Choir - Jesse Pedginski, Chemistry - Ben Gilman, Study Skills - Jimmy Starkloff, Honors American Literature - Annalise Theisen, LA 12 - Molly Copple, Anatomy - Olivia Fair, French 1 - Sierra Glonek, Algebra - Brad Smithwic, Advanced Art - Krystina Luzzo, Algebra A - Jade Collins, U. S. History - Alisha Peterson and World History - Rilee Devito.
This Week's Events
Monday: Softball vs. SoHi at 5.
Tuesday: Soccer vs. Homer at 4 and 6.
Wednesday: Senior Trip.
Friday: Soccer vs. Wasilla 4 and 6; Softball vs. Skyview at 5.
Saturday vs. Colony at 10 and 12.
The teams in the team competition are students from different schools who are placed together to work on ten problems. Since they don't know each other, there is the extra component of working well as a team with people you have just met. Here are the placements: 4th place team member - David Beck (6th grade); 3rd place team member - Alyssa Nacca (6th grade); 2nd place team member - Hetta Quade (7th grade); 1st place team members - Mikaela Salzetti (6th grade); Caitlin Steinbeck (8th grade). The top twelve finishers are recognized as "finalists". Top twelve finisher - Alex Bergholtz (7th grade); Olen Danielson (8th grade). There are two individual competitions - the sprint round and the target round. The overall winner is the student with the highest combined score of these two competitions. First place sprint round - Olen Danielson (8th grade); First place target round - Olen Danielson (8th grade); Overall Math Meet Winner - Olen Danielson (8th grade)
Here are the results of the FPS State Bowl. Junior Division (Grades 4 - 6): 2nd place in the Team Competition - Mikaela Salzetti, Alyssa Nacca, David Beck, and Lucie Anderson. Middle Division (Grades 7 - 9): 3rd place in the Skit Competition - Alex Bergholtz, Kirsten Nyquist, Marley Smith, and Makenzie Evenson; 2nd place in the Skit Competition - Amanda Fischer, Maddie McElrae, Mikai-Lynn Smith, and Mariah Schloeman; 3rd place in the Team Competition - Alex Bergholtz, Kirsten Nyquist, Marley Smith and Makenzie Evenson. Congratulations to all the participants for a great competition!
Students signed up for mini-courses last week. All classroom fees need to be paid, library books turned in, and uniforms returned to coaches before your child can go on their mini-course. If your child has an outstanding item in one of these areas have them look at the list posted in the commons. If you have any questions, please call the office at 283-1700.
-Thursday -- Choir Concert at KCHS, 7 p.m.
-May 10 -- Teachers Appreciation Day - Parents providing lunch.
-May 12, 13, 14 -- 6th-Grade Camp.
-May 18 -- Farewell, 8 a.m.
-May 19, 20 -- MiniCourses.
-May 21 -- BBQ, Awards Assembly.
Character Counts winners last week were Derrick Henry, Cory Smithwick, Brandon Olson, Hallee Bachmeier, Josh Bayhi, Andrea Beile, Paula McGlasson, Bryce Braun, Maryrose Macabuag, Korrin Nyren, Andrew Wilson, Demetrious Hawkins, Edwin Anderson, Roman Lott, Brooke Knott, Kevin Carlisle, Tyler Wait, & Timothy Ticknor.
The 5th-grade band concert will be on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the gym.
The annual Mountain View Spring Carnival will be on Friday from 5 - 8 p.m. and is open to the public. All funds earned will go towards student field trips. There will be lots of food, games and prizes. Tickets are $.25 each and most games cost 2-4 tickets to play. Parents are asked to sign up to help run a booth or to donate a cake or cookies for the cake walk and/or a prize for the prize walk. Please call the office at 283-8600 for more information.
Kindergarten Field Day - Tuesday.
First-Grade Field Day - Wednesday.
Second-Grade Field Day - Monday.
Third-Grade Field Day - May 11.
Fourth-Grade Field Day - May 12.
Fifth-Grade Field Day - May 13.
The Bike Rodeo for 1-3 grade will be on May 14. We are in need of parent volunteers to help with the different activities. If you would like to help please call the office at 283-8600.
This morning at 9:30 a.m. the 6th-graders will be going to Nikiski Middle School for their Step - Up day. They will have a chance to meet their middle school teachers and tour the building. They will be heading back to NNS about 11:30 a.m. Tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Nikiski Middle/High School there will be a 6th-grade parent meeting. For more information please call the school at 776-3456.
Today is the Character Counts! pizza lunch with Ms. Manion at 12:15 p.m. in the library. This is to honor the Students of the Month for April.
There will be a PTA meeting on Thursday at 3:45 p.m. in the library.
PreK applications are due on Friday. Please call the school at 776-2600 for more information.
This week is staff and teacher appreciation week. Please try to let your child's teacher know that they are appreciated.
Today is Principals Day. Students and parents are invited to help show Mr. Pothast how much he is appreciated. This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. Tuesday is Teacher Appreciation Day. Students and parents are invited to help thank the school's teaching staff.
Other recognition days are Kitchen Staff Appreciation Day on Wednesday and School Nurse Day on May 12. Redoubt will offer a preschool program next school year. Applications are available at the school office. Completed applications are due by Friday. Enrollment is limited and will be based on student need and family income. Full color 2010 yearbooks may be purchased at the office for $15. The Boys and Girls Club 2010 Summer Program will be held at Redoubt Elementary during June and July. Registrations from the public are being accepted. Redoubt PTA is accepting nominations for officers for the 2010-2011 school year. Those interested in running for office or nominating someone should contact Barb Belluomini at 262-4014 as soon as possible. Family Math and Science Night is Thursday from 6 - 7:30 p.m. in the gym. All library books are due Friday. A 5th- and 6th-grade band concert will be held in the gym on May 10, from 6 - 7 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help with field day on May 20, and with the school picnic on May 21. Volunteers are asked to contact the school office at 260-4300.
This is Staff Appreciation Week. Be sure to let the administrators, teachers, counselors, nurse, aides, custodians, food service ladies and clerical staff know how much you appreciate all they do for the students and school.
Soccer teams will host SoHi on Tuesday at 4 and 6 p.m.
Track and Field will host Kenai Central and Cook Inlet Academy at a tri-meet Tuesday, beginning at 3:15 p.m.
Softball hosts Kenai Central Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the Soldotna Little League fields.
Students taking the AP English test must pay the fee balance of $73 to Mrs. Hanson prior to Thursday's test date.
This year's Prom, "A Star-Struck Night," is Saturday from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Cost is $35 per person and tickets must be purchased by Friday. Tickets will not be available at the door. Promenade takes place in the gym at 7:30 p.m. with a $3 donation.
Guest request forms for Prom are due to Mr. Schmidt by Wednesday.
Academic and Senior Awards Night will be May 11 from 7-8 p.m. in the commons. Seniors wishing to be included in the awards night presentations must submit scholarship information to Mrs. Madden by Friday.
Graduation will take place May 19 at 7 p.m. at the Soldotna Sports Center.
For updates on news and sports information go https://www.edline.net/pages/Skyview_High or www.highschoolsports.net .
Teacher Appreciation Day is Tuesday. The Student Council will be celebrating this event by giving teachers a token of appreciation.
The school's Child Development Course will be having a free day care. Children must be potty trained and age 2-5. Child Development students will plan activities, snacks and mentor children. The day care will run Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 12:15-2:15. Parents must pre-enroll their children. There will be a maximum of 20 children. Pick up an enrollment form from the office.
Thursday is Senior Awards night in the auditorium at 7 p.m.
Advanced Placement testing will be: Wednesday: Calculus, Thursday: English, Friday: History.
Senior final exams are scheduled 5/12-5/14. Graduation will be on 5/18 at 7 p.m.
Sports information can be found at www.highschoolsports.net
On April 19, Matthew Bullerdick, Kierstyn Mathews, Abby Cook, and Morgan Chesley competed in Future Problem Solving by solving a futuristic problem and performing a skit. Congratulations on a job well done to all of them and their Advisor, Ms. Cannava.
Monday, last Site Council Meeting, 4:30 p.m. library.
May 12, 8th graders will visit Skyview or SoHi first thing in the morning.
May 13, assembly schedule - recognition of track, band and choir.
May 13, last Band and Choir Concert - 7 p.m.
May 20, 8th grade Celebration of Academic Achievement - 8 am, reception and talent show to follow.
May 21, last student day - carnival, barbeque, and field day.
April/May Student of the Month
Language Arts- Joanne Glaves, Brennan Mitzel, Hannah Glaves, Madison Nelson, Mary Valenzuela; PE- Justice Miller, Taylor Johnson, Steven Carter, Tyler Lewis, Brittany Fabunan, Angela Sabala, Chase Hines, Daniel McElroy, Tommy Johnson, Hannah Glaves; Band- Lana Chesley, Mykala Steadman; Choir- Christina Parker, Anna Sayman; Math- Chase Hines, Troy Alexie, Sarah Pearson, Heather Kennedy, Jeneen Leopold, Violet Batt, Joanne Glaves, Hannah Glaves, Brittany Garrett, Zach Carver, Taylor Carlson, Katelynn Kerkvliet, Catherine Schoessler, Anton Eriksson, Tyler Morgan, Austin Laber, Holly Geib, Bernice Hughes, Parker Bates; Algebra- Dalton Lohrke, Mary Valenzuela, Kaitlyn Groleske; Science- Brennan Mitzel, Kaitlynn Boyer, Adam O'Guinn, Miranda Wolfe, Kaitlyn Groleske; Study Skills- Cheyanne England,Kyle Chidester, Tommy Johnson; Reading- Zach Sauve, Kristen May; Spanish- Ian Beaudoin, Haley Miller, Georgia Forrest, Bradyn Holly, Max Conradi, Hannah Mayo; Spanish II- Matthew Bullerdick, Brittany Hollers; Yearbook- Kylee Wolfe, Victoria Oberts; Digital Storytelling - Tristen Eastham, Charles Tuck; Computer Explorations- Jordan White, Austin Kruse; Business and Info- Alexander Gottlob, Dillon Kimple, Kassidy Day, Alicia Hobart; Digital Photo 2- Tyler Morgan, Colton Diehl; Aide- Lily Zufelt, Matthew McDowell; Homeroom- Zach Sauve, Daniel Rosin, Nicole Heitzman; Art Intro- Zach Carver; 2D Art 2- Jory Hubbard; Sculpture 2- Kaitlyn Sipes; 2D Art- Matthew Winegarden; Graphic Design- Tyler Lewis; and Ceramics- Nadia Showalter.
MARCH/APRIL SMS STUDENTS OF CHARACTER -- Keely Abendroth, Kyle Aber, Dylan Ackerman, Luke Ackerman, Hannah Alexie, Troy Alexie, Hailey Ames, Michael Anahonak, Laine Archuleta, Charalambos Asimakopoulos, Emily Axtell, Jace Baker, Sierra Baldwin, Courtney Barker, Wyatt Bartlett, Michael Bates, Herbert Batt, Walter Baxter, Allyson Beilen, Addyson Beller, Kelci Benson, Dakota Bittick, Robert Blackburn-Long, Rachel Blossom, Bailey Blumentritt, Shane Blumentritt, Ryan Boozer, Juliet Bramante, Jared Briggs, Mara Browning, Matthew Bullerdick, Haley Bunch, Jeremy Bunch, Ryan Burcham, River Calloway, Savannah Cartwright, Jared Chavez, Lana Chesley, Kyle Chidester, Brent Christenson, Ila Cob, Raymond Cole, Maxwell Conradi, Christsopher Cook, Austin Craig, Maurie Cresap, Haley Cunningham, Kassidy Day, Madison Day, Aurora Derflinger, Kylie Dimick, Scott Dolan, Tylor Dolan, Duncan Donham, Jana Doss, Ali Dusek, Kimberly Eide-Segura, Angel Elliott, Stephen Endsley, Megan English, Tyler Fenton, Eden Flake, Hatcher Fortman, Brooks Furlong, Genevieve Gallagher, Caitlin Gamble, Alissa Garcia, Emily Glaves, Hannah Glaves, Joanne Glaves, Jacob Gough, Eli Graham, Kaitlyn Groleske, Anthony Hall, Samantha Hall, Greyson Hansen, Josephine Harpole, Cody Harvey, Timber Haselow, Zachari Haselow, Austin Hatten, Demri Healy, Audrey Helgevold, Katelyn Hemphill, Jazmine Henry, Rachel Henry, McKayla Hensley, Shayne Hensley, Tyler Hill, Chase Hines, Chelsea Hinz, Alicia Hobart, Isis Holcombe, Brittany Hollers, Bradyn Holly, Paul Holmgaard, Maryflo Horan, Tyler Howell, Jory Hubbard, Amanda Hudson, Jeremiah Hudson, Bernice Hughes, William Husband (Smith), Jonathan Jessup, Kylie Kaluza, Jonathan Keenan, Charlie Kennedy, Dillon Kimple, Claire Kincaid, Erik Korzon, Jedidiah Kowchee, Shawna Kowchee, Austin Laber, Cheyanne Laber, Brenna Lahndt, Ashley Landess, Montana Landess, Hylan Larson, Matt Lay, Serena Lee, Jeneen Leopold, Tyler Lewis, Joshua Lindemann, Julie Litchfield, Craig Lott, Harly Maddux, Ciarra Mahan, Antonio Maheras, Kierstyn Mathews, Benjamin Mattox, Kienan Maximchuk, Hannah Mayo, Jennifer McAfee, Danielle McCormick, Angelina Mendez, Haley Miller, Justice Miller, Khelbie Miller, Mikayla Miller, Brennan Mitzel, Megan Morse, Ruth Ann Murdock, Brenner Musgrave, Morgan Musgrove, Keylee Nelson Madison Nelson, Richard Nelson, Kyle North, Terrence North, Adam O'Guinn, Demetri Pardue, Christina Parker, Logan Parks, Lukas Patten, Haiden Perkins, Hunter Phillips, Serena Prior, Kyndra Quiner, Paxton Quint, Allison Ralston, Hayley Ramsell, Leah Reed, Tyann Reed, Kierra Reesse, Steve Reynolds, Brandon Rice, Abel Robles-Siqueriros, Bailey Rosin, Mykaela Rybak, Angela Sabala, Anna Marie Sayman, Catherine Schoessler, Curtis Schrader, Emma Selden, Skylar Shaw, Crystal Signorino-Walsh, Tori Sipes, Alexis Smith, Tanner Snodderly, Mykala Steadman, Sophia Stigall, David Swanson, Destiny Tipler, Jamie Topp, Matthew Trammell, Charles Tuck, Kyle Tucker, Sean Turvin, Tyler Varner, Courtney Vinzant, Cortney Weston, Ethan Williams, Taylor Wilson, Matthew Winegarden, Ryan Winter, Makayla Wong, Zoe Wooldridge, Ann Worsfold, Jacob Worsfold, Tristan Wright, Dawnrae Wysong, Coltin Yancey, Colton Young, Tyla Young, Sydney Zoubek, and Lily Zufelt.
SMCS is offering coupons for the Poppy Lane flower baskets (10" hanging or 12" color bowls) at the same price as last year, $24. Don't miss out, these go fast. Coupons are on sale at the school until May 6.
Lottery results for incoming students have been posted at the school, if you cannot make it in to check please call the main office.
Students in second- and third-grade will participate in an overnight field trip to the Seward Sea Life Center culminating their study of marine biology. Students in grades 4 through 6 will be embarking on their annual three-day field study at Kasitsna Bay, wrapping up their study of inter-tidal zones and marine biology.
Academic Policy Committee elections will be held at school. The ballot box will be open until May 10. Three parent positions on the APC will be filled in this election.
Today-Friday -- Kasilof Library Book Fair.
Thursday -- Kindergarten visitation from 1:30-3 for all pre-registered kindergarten students.
May 18 -- PTO Meeting, 4 p.m.
May 21 -- Last Day of School for Students.
Thursday -- Fundraising Dinner/Auction and Spring Recital, Spaghetti Dinner.
Adults are $10, children $5 and families $25. Dinner starts at 6 p.m, recital will follow at 7 p.m, Auction begins at 8:15. If you have questions about the auction or you would like to donate items for auction, contact Pam MacLellan on her home phone at 260-5657 or on her cell 252-7008.
Friday- Bike-A-Thon: Bike-A-Thon money and sponsor sheet(s) must be turned in by Thursday. Helmets are required. Remember to bring your required snacks.
May 14th is field day and graduation.
The office of the week in the Upper Learning Center is Mathew Grant.
The office of the week in the Lower Learning Center is Kobe Miller.
Wings is still collecting aluminum cans, Box Tops, and Campbell labels.
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