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 School Board President Xavier Palacios and Supt. Christian Bowen flank valedictorian Charlotte Gordon and salutatorian Benjamin Edgar
April 17, 2024

Trustees Accept Donations to Huntington UFSD

Huntington School Board members formally accepted seven separate donations to the district during a public meeting of the trustees in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School auditorium on Monday, April 5.

 Huntington School Board members recently accepted seven donations to the district
February 13, 2024

Trustees Accept Donations to Huntington UFSD

Huntington School Board members formally accepted seven separate donations to the district during a public meeting of the trustees in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School auditorium on Monday, February 5.

 Supt. Christian Bowen said there is progress toward meeting the district's goals for 2023-24
February 8, 2024

Superintendent Provides Midyear Goals Review

Superintendent Christian Bowen provided a midyear review of progress made toward achieving the five goals Huntington School Board members set for the 2024/24 school year.

 The Huntington UFSD Board of Education is comprised of seven resident volunteers.
October 26, 2023

Huntington School Board Members Honored for Service

The seven volunteer members of the Huntington School Board were recognized for their service this past Monday night with a performance by third graders in the dual language program and a presentation of the work of eight spectacular high school photographers.

 The Huntington School adopted a set of goals for the 2023-24 school year
October 26, 2023

Huntington School Board Adopts Goals for 2023/24

Huntington School Board members voted unanimously to adopt a set of five goals for the 2023/24 school year. Trustees previously discussed and refined the goals at their October 2 public meeting, before approving them this past Monday night, 7-0.

 The Huntington School Board is considering a set of five goals for 2023-24.
October 4, 2023

Huntington School Board Considers Draft Goals for 2023/24

Huntington School Board members discussed a set of five draft goals for the 2023/24 school year during a public meeting of the trustees this past Tuesday night in the Adam Spector Auditorium at Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School.

 Trustee Xavier Palacios with county champion mock trial team members. (Darin Reed photo.)
July 21, 2023

School Board Reorganizes, Approves Appointments

Huntington School Board members elected trustees Xavier Palacios and Michele Kustera to serve as that body’s president and vice-president, respectively, during the group’s reorganization meeting on July 11 in the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School auditorium.


Board of Education Information

Board of Education

Christine Biernacki
Xavier Palacios
Kelly Donovan
William P. Dwyer
Michele Kustera
Thomas Galvin
Theresa Sullivan
board@hufsd.edu

HUFSD School Board Meeting Calendar 2023-24
'What to Expect' at Board of Education Meetings
May Meetings: - May 13th @ 7:30 pm and 21st (Budget Vote/Election Day)
June Meetings: - June 3rd @ 7:30 pm

  • As of September, 2013; All HUFSD Policies can be accessed at the Boarddocs Portal under the Policies tab.

About the Huntington Board of Education

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Management and Oversight of Educational Program

The members of the Huntington School Board are elected by the residents of the community to manage and oversee all aspects of the district’s educational program, personnel, properties and financial affairs. Trustees serve three year terms without any form of compensation. Members develop an annual budget and submit the proposal to voters for approval. They appoint administrators to conduct the day-to-day affairs of the district, faculty to provide instruction and support staff to ensure the smooth operation of the school system.

Develop Policies and Regulations

State Education Law grants school board members the authority to enact the policies and regulations they feel are necessary to fulfill their responsibilities and to provide students with the education they are legally entitled to and deserve. The school board’s oversight responsibilities include the admission of students, instruction, discipline, grading, classification of special education students, appointing and managing all employees, entering into contracts, purchasing, leasing, maintenance of buildings, property, equipment and supplies and every other area of district operation.

Monthly Meetings

School board members meet regularly in executive session to discuss personnel and legal matters and in public to receive reports from officials, discuss policies and attend to the district’s financial and educational affairs. An agenda is published prior public meetings and residents are provided an opportunity to address trustees. Detailed minutes of each meeting are kept by the district clerk.

Safeguarding Financial, Material and Educational Resources

The school board is entrusted with the ultimate responsibility for the proper education of all young people within the district who are enrolled in the public school system and in safeguarding the financial and material resources provided by residents through the years.

Commencement

Board of Education Trustees

Xavier Palacios

Xavier Palacios

BOE President, 2023-24

Xavier Palacios was elected to a fifth term on the Huntington School Board in May 2023. His fellow trustees chose him to serve as the board’s president in July 2023. He previously served as vice president for six years. He has enjoyed a long association with the district.

A member of Huntington High School’s Class of 1988, Mr. Palacios earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Columbia University and a Juris Doctor at Boston University’s School of Law. He is the owner and managing partner of a Mineola-based law firm with multiple satellite offices.

Mr. Palacios and his wife, Laura have three children, including a daughter who was a member of Huntington’s Class of 2016 and who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and is currently completing Cornell University’s School of Law; and two daughters in the eighth and tenth grades, respectively at J. Taylor Finley Middle School and Huntington High School. Both of the younger children studied in the district’s dual language program.

In 2008, Mr. Palacios purchased and renovated a distressed property in Huntington Station where he established a satellite law office along with a community revitalization non-profit organization. He is a member of Huntington Hospital’s Board of Trustees.

Mentoring has been a priority throughout Mr. Palacios’ life. At Columbia, he taught SAT prep and biology courses to inner city students. He has continued mentoring young people and families in the community and encouraged parents to be actively involved in their child’s education. He has been recognized for his work in the community and his efforts to strengthen opportunities for young people.

Mr. Palacios volunteers to serve as the high school mock trial team’s legal advisor, training students in the art of courtroom skills and strategies. The countless hours of preparation has established Huntington as one of Suffolk’s top programs. The Blue Devils won the 2018, 2022 and 2023 county titles.

Mr. Palacios has also worked behind the scenes with coaches and athletes to help spur participation and promote excellence in the Blue Devil athletic program and is a major supporter of the Huntington Booster Club.

During his time on the Huntington School Board, Mr. Palacios has strived to be a problem-solver and to use his legal expertise to contribute to solutions regarding pressing issues facing students, teachers and taxpayers.

Michelle Kustera

Michele Kustera

BOE Vice President, 2023-24

Michele Kustera was first elected to the Huntington School Board in May 2019 and re-elected in May 2022. Her fellow trustees elected her to serve as the board’s vice president in July 2023.

Mrs. Kustera has lived in Huntington with her husband, Dave for two decades. Together they have two daughters, including Emily, a Huntington High School junior and Ally, a member of Huntington’s Class of 2022 and a sophomore at the University of Southern California.

A Long Island native, Mrs. Kustera is a graduate of W.C. Mepham High School in Bellmore. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing at St. John’s University in 1987.

Prior to moving to Huntington, Mrs. Kustera resided in Alexandria, Virginia, working with professional associations as a consultant implementing technology systems. She returned to New York in 1997 and worked in New York City for the Direct Marketing Association and the American Institute of CPA’s as technology/project director.

Mrs. Kustera has volunteered and raised money for the Michael J. Fox Foundation Team Fox by running the New York City marathon twice. She has served on the district’s Long Range Planning Committee and Food Allergy Committee.

A longtime member of district PTA organizations, Mrs. Kustera was serving as the PTA Council president at the time of her election as a trustee. She serves as a volunteer coach with Huntington’s varsity girls’ golf team.

Christine Biernaacki

Christine Biernacki

BOE Trustee

Christine Biernacki was re-elected in May 2021 for a third three year term on the Huntington School Board. Her fellow trustees chose her to serve as president of the Board of Education in 2019/20, 2020/21 and 2021/22. She is a longtime volunteer in the Huntington School District, including serving as the PTA Council’s president.

Raised in the town of Huntington, Mrs. Biernacki attended school in South Huntington. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics at the University of Connecticut and a Juris Doctor at Hofstra University School of Law. She is a partner in a New York City law firm.

Mrs. Biernacki and her husband, Dave, who is a 1983 graduate of Huntington High School. They sent both their children through Huntington UFSD.

Prior to her election as a district trustee, Mrs. Biernacki served on the district Safety and Shared Decision Making Committees and on the Committee for Special Education.

Mrs. Biernacki’s service to the community’s children predates the start of her own family. She served president of the Huntington Sanctuary Project’s advisory board. Mrs. Biernacki and her husband offered their house as a host home for Sanctuary, opening their doors to runaway youth so that the families could participate in mediation to resolve their issues and bring the youngster home.

Mrs. Biernacki has also served as president of the Town of Huntington’s Youth Bureau Board. She was recognized for her work with runaway and homeless youth by the Association of New York State Youth Bureaus and the Empire State Coalition of Youth and Family Services.

A longtime attendee of Huntington School Board meetings, forums and conferences, Mrs. Biernacki has become well versed in many education issues. She has advocated for reforms in school aid, teacher evaluation and special education, among other areas. She comes from a family filled with educators and strives to work in a manner that will honor that tradition.

Mrs. Biernacki serves on Huntington UFSD’s Policy Committee.

Kelly Donovan

Kelly Donovan

BOE Trustee

Kelly Donovan was first elected in June 2020 to serve a three-year term on the Huntington School Board and re-elected in May 2023 to a new term. She grew up nearby in Northport and she and her husband, Dave, have been Huntington residents for many years.

Mrs. Donovan attended Fordham University in Lincoln Center, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. She lived and worked in New York City following graduation. She forged a successful career in marketing with such notable brands as Harper Collins, CNET and Yahoo! prior to co-founding Craftree, a small business in Huntington Village.

An active and engaged parent to her two daughters who attend Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School and Huntington High School, respectively, Mrs. Donovan has always played a significant role in the PTA, from corresponding secretary to co-president and has chaired countless PTA events.

Mrs. Donovan has established strong bonds with local parents and community members and has a deep appreciation for the Huntington School District and its rich academic, extracurricular and cultural offerings.  

A member of Huntington UFSD’s Audit Committee, Mrs. Donavan also serves as a member of the Districtwide Safety Team.

Bill Dwyer

William P. Dwyer

BOE Trustee

William P. Dwyer was first elected to the Huntington School Board in May 2008. His fellow trustees selected him to serve as the Board of Education president on three separate occasions. After leaving the Board for two years, he was again elected in May 2013, May 2016, May 2019 and May 2022 for three-year terms.

Mr. Dwyer and his wife Karen are the parents of three sons who are all Huntington High School graduates; Bradley (2012), Brendan (2015) and Ethan (2016).

Mr. Dwyer, who grew up in Middlebury, Connecticut, earned a B.S. degree in mathematics at Providence College and a second B.S. degree in mechanical engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. He obtained a Master of Science degree in aeronautics and astronautics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Widely known as Bill, Mr. Dwyer worked at Northrop Grumman for nine years, performing aerodynamic design and analysis using computational fluid dynamics and wind tunnel testing with six of those years spent working in southern California and three in Bethpage.

In his time at Northrop Grumman, Mr. Dwyer rose from an entry level engineer position to group leader, winning several NASA contracts for aerodynamic design tasks on the next generation supersonic commercial airplane.

Mr. Dwyer left the aerospace industry to join a healthcare publishing company in New York City, assuming responsibility for its networking, website and communications infrastructure, eventually rising to the post of vice-president of operations. After eight years, he decided to start his own publishing company, which focused on producing patient education materials to aid in chronic disease management and developing unique community outreach programs.

Mr. Dwyer is employed as an account executive for an educational technology company based in Hauppauge. He works with school districts throughout the northeast region to help them maximize their investment in software to benefit their operations.

Mr. Dwyer serves as a member of Huntington UFSD’s Audit Committee. He has been active in the community with the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Huntington Village Lacrosse Club.

Thomas Galvin

Thomas Galvin

BOE Trustee

Thomas Galvin moved to the district two decades ago from New York City. His daughter, Annika was a member of Huntington’s Class of 2023 and is now a freshman at Smith College. His son, Lars is a senior. Both children participated in the dual language program and have been involved in the interscholastic athletics program as well as clubs, the arts, stage crew and band.

Mr. Galvin obtained a bachelor’s degree at the University at Albany in 1988 in history and political science, and master’s degrees in social studies education and education administration.

Currently the chairperson of social studies at New Hyde Park Memorial High School, Mr. Galvin has been a representative on his district’s diversity task force. He led his department to first utilize distance learning technology and oversaw a nationally recognized Model U.N. program.

Mr. Galvin has coached soccer at the YMCA and with the Cold Spring Harbor Huntington Soccer Club and lacrosse with HV Lax. He helped create Huntington High School’s Model U.N. Club and is an active Booster Club member. An avid musician, his band has performed in benefits at various district schools.

Mr. Galvin also serves as a member of Huntington UFSD’s Audit and Policy Committees.

Theresa Sullivan

Theresa Sullivan

BOE Trustee

Theresa Sullivan graduated from Huntington High School in 1992 while also earning a cosmetology license thorough the Western Suffolk BOCES vocational program. She went on to earn a BA degree in business communications at Rider University.

After a decade in management for Coach and Christian Dior, Mrs. Sullivan has been working locally in her family’s salon in Huntington village.

Mrs. Sullivan is committed to service in the community. After creating Huntington Hospital Meals, an initiative that helped support local restaurants and hospital staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, she was appointed to the town’s Small Business Task Force to create a vision for the continued economic success of the community.

Mrs. Sullivan and her husband, Dan are proudly raising their two daughters in the district and are always happy to roll up their sleeves and get involved with the many extracurricular programs it offers. She hopes to bring her passion for the community to ensure that all stakeholders have a voice in the evolution of the district.

A member of Huntington UFSD’s Policy Committee, Mr. Sullivan also serves on the district’s Wellness Committee.

BOE Goals for 2023/24

1. Engage in an ongoing review of best practices and research related to district and school safety measures.

2. Preserve the district’s commitment to enhancing its culture of appreciation for the diverse nature of our school district community and its students through alignment of curriculum and instruction, recruiting and hiring practices and professional development.

3. Implement and evaluate programs that support the social and emotional well-being of our students and staff to build upon interpersonal connections and create a nurturing environment throughout the district.

4. Utilize student data for the purpose of developing actionable items designed to address learning gaps and to promote both growth and achievement on an individualized basis. 

5. Continue to increase measures that promote comprehensive parent/guardian engagement and a welcoming environment in all district schools.

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Course Requirements and Listings

Huntington HS

Business & Technology Scope and Sequence

Year by Year course offerings

Freshman year

Courses

  • Choose 1 Course from Below
  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Business Mgmt. & Human Relations
  • Career & Financial Management
  • Personal Law I
  • Personal Law II
  • Sports Marketing

  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing/ Robotics
  • Wood Shop

Sophomore year

Courses

    • Choose 1 Course from Below
    • Accounting I
    • Accounting II
    • Business Mgmt. & Human Relations
    • Career & Financial Management
    • Personal Law I
    • Personal Law II
    • Business Law I
    • Sports Marketing

    • Computer Integrated Manufacturing/ Robotics
    • Wood Shop
Junior year

Courses

  • Choose 1 Course from Below
  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Business Mgmt. & Human Relations
  • Career & Financial Management
  • Personal Law I
  • Personal Law II
  • Business Law I
  • Sports Marketing
  • Virtual Enterprise

  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing/ Robotics
  • Wood Shop
Senior year

Courses

    • Choose 1 Course from Below
    • Accounting I
    • Accounting II
    • Business Mgmt. & Human Relations
    • Career & Financial Management
    • Personal Law I
    • Personal Law II
    • Business Law I
    • Sports Marketing
    • Virtual Enterprise

    • Computer Integrated Manufacturing/ Robotics
    • Wood Shop

The Huntington Technology department is committed to focusing on the need to better prepare students for higher education. The goal is to provide them with the skills and knowledge needed to be successful innovators in a 21st century workforce.

Teaching relevant in demand skills that will prepare students to become innovators in an ever evolving world is paramount, not only for the future of our students but for the future of the country. The United States has developed as a global leader, in large part, through the genius and hard work of its scientists, engineers, and innovators. In a world that is becoming increasingly complex, where success is driven not only by what you know, but by what you can do with what you know, it’s more important than ever for our students to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to solve tough problems, gather and evaluate evidence, and make sense of information. These are the types of skills that students learn by studying science, technology, engineering, and math-subjects collectively known as STEM.

The world of business is waiting for you! Are you prepared? All careers, professions, and jobs involve some area of business. For some careers, you must study beyond high school while for others you may enter the world of work upon graduating from high school. Nevertheless, the skills you learn in the business classes will prepare you to enter the work force.

Students interested in completing a 5-unit sequence in Career and Technical Education should speak with their school counselor regarding course sequences.

ACCOUNTING I - Course #700F (1 Semester - ½ Credit) Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Accounting is the “language of business” and is a necessary course for all college business majors. This one semester course teaches students the fundamentals of accounting necessary for keeping records for business and/or personal use, with a focus on sole proprietorships. This course will assist students in becoming critical thinkers and problem solvers, and is the prerequisite to Accounting II.

ACCOUNTING II - Course #700S (1 Semester - ½ Credit) Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Prerequisite: Accounting I Building your foundation now with this advanced-level accounting course designed for the future accountant. Information will be applied in a variety of novel situations. With a focus on businesses organized as partnerships, students will continue to practice their craft through multiple examples and business simulations. They will transition from maintaining a written set of books to the use of Microsoft Excel utilizing it as a tool to expedite their accuracy and productivity.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS - Course #701S (½ Year - ½ Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Prerequisite: None This course will help you acquire the skills necessary to make informed decisions, as well as provide you with information vital to realistic career choices. We will make you aware of the economics of work and you will develop an understanding of the marketplace. In addition, we will analyze your likes, dislikes, unique characteristics, competencies, and weaknesses with the intention of adding to your self-awareness. Problem solving and decisionmaking skills will also be taught. The culminating project is a “shark-tank” inspired business competition. This course is required for a Business sequence.

CAREER AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - Course #701F (½ Year - ½ Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Prerequisite: None This course will provide students with the opportunity to learn about the features of our economy, explore a variety of careers, learn the skills and competencies needed for success in the workplace and become financially literate. Among the areas to be studied are: economic systems, stock markets, effect of technology on the labor market, business systems and their organization, career planning and lifelong goals, changing trends and employment opportunities, resumes, job interviews, personal qualities for employment, interpersonal skills, working conditions and benefits, time management, workplace laws and unions, banking, personal budgets, credit, insurance and consumer protection. This course is required for a Business sequence.

PERSONAL LAW I - Course #709F (½ Year - ½ Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Are you interested in law? Do you want to be more informed about the laws that will affect you both today and in your immediate future? If so, then this course is for you. The scope of the Personal Law course (formerly known as Street Law I) investigates units in civil rights and liberties, employment law, family law and housing law. Guest speakers and authentic experiences, ie: local jail trip, provide the student with a real world view of our legal system.

PERSONAL LAW II - Course #709S (½ Year - ½ Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Prerequisite: None Personal Law II (formerly known as Street Law II) presents contemporary legal issues and provides students with an in depth exploration of juvenile justice, torts against the individual, consumer law, credit for the consumer, insurance, and probate law. This course is highlighted by a Moot Court competition where students prepare and argue civil law and negligence cases heard by guest judges. Guest speakers and authentic experiences, including a local jail trip and moot court completion, provide the student with a real world view of our legal system and a better understanding as to how to protect them legally. Personal Law I is not required as a prerequisite for this course.

BUSINESS LAW - Course #704 (1 Year -1 Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 10, 11, 12 Do you have a plan for your future? No? Well it’s not too late. Few subjects are as dramatic, challenging or relevant as LAW. Learn how the legal system works and recognize legal problems. This course emphasizes the relationship of law to your personal life. Topics include: white-collar crimes, civil actions, cyber law, bankruptcy, environmental law, ethics and agency law from the sports, entertainment, and employer perspective. Your rights as a consumer, an employee or employer will be explored. How about reading a contract? Do you know how to draw one up? Are you interested in starting a business of your own or working for someone that does? Should it be a sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation? Leases, mortgages, credit, bankruptcy and other forms of financing will be explored. Guest speakers and authentic experiences including a local jail trip and moot court competition, provide the student with a real world view of our legal system. You never know what the future has in store for you, the best thing you can do is prepare. So, whether you are interested in pursuing a career in law, planning to attend college, or preparing to enter the work force, this course has something for you.

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING/ROBOTICS – Course #695 A Project Lead the Way Course (1 Year – 1 Credit) Offered to grades: 10, 11, 12 Prerequisite: Knowledge of algebra and geometry is recommended. Honors weighted course. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) is the study of manufacturing planning, integration, and implementation of automation. The course explores manufacturing history, individual processes, systems, and careers. In addition to technical concepts, the course incorporates finance, ethics, and engineering design. This reflects an integrated approach that leading manufacturers have adopted to improve safety, quality, and efficiency.

Utilizing the activity-project-problem-based (APPB) teaching and learning pedagogy, students will analyze, design, and build manufacturing systems. While implementing these designs, students will continually hone their interpersonal skills, creative abilities, and understanding of the design process. Students apply knowledge gained throughout the course in a final open-ended problem to build a factory system.

CIM is one of the specialization courses in the Project Lead the Way high school pre-engineering program. The course utilizes computer modeling, computer numeric control (CNC) equipment and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software to apply and concurrently develop secondary-level knowledge and skills in mathematics, science, and technology.

Students who successfully complete Computer Integrated Manufacturing may earn college credit through the Rochester Institute of Technology (speak with your school counselor for details). Please know, this course carries an Honors weighting.

WOOD SHOP - Course #690 (1 Year - 1 Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 10, 11, 12 This course is a broad foundation of the basic woodworking processes and includes the use of all the major equipment. Typical of the work carried on is furniture construction for the home. Attention is given to the reading of plans and blueprints and the study of good design in project construction. Skill level will determine the types of projects assigned.

SPORTS MARKETING - Course #703 (½ Year - ½ Credit) 5 periods weekly Offered to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Recommended for college-bound business and marketing majors and anyone interested in the field of sports and its impact. This half-year course is designed to provide an insight into the executive level decision-making and analyzing in sports marketing. Case studies and news media will be used to position the student in the role of a sports marketer. Suggested topics that will be explored are: an orientation to marketing as it relates to the sports industry, market analysis, athletes making economic choices, professional sport trades, supply and demand in sports, financial analysis of teams, the sports labor market, discrimination in sports and sports promotion. Classroom instruction will be reinforced through outside use of guest speakers, field trip to a stadium, videos and the Internet.

VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE – Course # 713 (1 Year - 1 Credit) This is an Honors Credit Course Offered to grades: 11, 12 Prerequisite: None. Honors weighted course. Students in this course may elect to receive college credit through Farmingdale College at a reduced rate. Virtual Enterprise is a simulated business that is set up and run by students to prepare them for working in a real business environment. Students learn about Economics, micro and macro, and its relationship to and impact on business operation in the private enterprise system. The students study supply and demand, the Federal Reserve System, taxation by local, state, and federal governments, business organizations, the stock market, and international transactions. The students determine the nature of their business, its products and services, its management and structure, and learn the daily operations of a business under the guidance of a consultant with the support of a real business partner. They use current business software packages and the internet for business transactions using economics as a factor. Culminating events include competitive trade shows and business summits, wherein students will compete against other firms created by high school students from around the world. This is a challenging, collaborative, hands-on, real-world course for future entrepreneurs and those interested in the business world. Please know, this course carries an Honors weighting.

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