Pupil Services and Attendance Counselor Highlight

              Shining Examples of Great Attendance in Sun Valley

 Norm Wallace, PSA Counselor at Sun Valley Magnets MS highlighted their Perfect Attendance students with a Rays of Sunshine Bulletin Board.  The names of students with Perfect Attendance for the month of April are listed on the sun’s rays.  Monthly attendance recognitions like these have boosted Sun Valley’s overall attendance rate up by .6 % this year compared to last year.  That may not seem like much, however, Principal Robert Lee knows this adds up to 1,052 days of in-seat school attendance over last year.

Great job Norm! Thank you for your dedication to our students!

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FOSTER CARE PROGRAM

FOSTER CARE MONTH CAMPAIGN

Each May, National Foster Care Month provides an opportunity to shine a light on the experiences of the more than 550,000 children and youth in the foster care system. The campaign raises awareness about the urgent needs of these young people and encourages citizens from every walk of life to get involved - as foster or adoptive parents, volunteers, mentors, teachers, employers, social workers or in other ways. In recognition, the Pupil Services Foster Care Program will be organizing the following events:

Backpack/School Supply Drive: For the whole month, bins will be placed on various floors at the LAUSD headquarters building at 333 S. Beaudry Ave, Los Angeles, to collect backpacks and school supplies for foster youth.

For more information on any of  activities taking place for Foster Care Awareness month, please call the Foster Care Program at (213) 241-3842.   

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                                            Student Spotlight!

                         Pupil Services, City Partnership Program

 Growing up, William C. explored parts of the world some of us have yet to see.  He has visited places such as Nevada, Florida, Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Hawaii and Australia.  Although William recognizes he has been fortunate, his travels weren’t under positive circumstances.  

Throughout his life, William’s father has been incarcerated and continues to be away from his family.  What’s more, his mother also was incarcerated when William was 12 years old; consequently, leading to so much movement.  While William’s mother and father were incarcerated, both William and his brother moved around from family member to family member.  This is the sole reason why William never finished high school.  It appeared that every time he started a new school, just as he made new friends and adjusted, it was time to move again.  As PSA Counselors, it is known that when so much movement occurs, transcripts tend to get lost, sometimes they’re incomplete and sometimes students end up repeating courses. 

Nonetheless, William still wasn’t defeated.  Eventually, he was reunited with his mother and decided that it was time to get back on track.  William came into the YouthSource Center (YSC), Brotherhood Crusade a little over a year ago and enrolled in the WIA program.  He was set on getting his GED and also gaining employment.  Initially, William appeared to be motivated.  However, as time progressed, he started to engage in extracurricular activities that weren’t advantageous to him.   For an entire summer William disappeared from the YSC and returned in October. In October, he re-engaged in GED prep, re-took the two sections that he had previously failed and passed.  

It’s hard to say what happened, but PSA counselor, Ms. Betsy Lara strongly believes that William realized that he had the potential for more.  William returned as a different person.  He gave up his bad habits, acknowledging that they weren’t going to pay his bills or get him further in life.  

William took on responsibilities at the front desk answering phones. Initially, this was not a task he was willing to take on.  But now, William can handle the front desk all by himself and won’t hesitate in taking charge. Moreover, William has also been volunteering, for the last two months, at LAX’s IT Department.  He’s constantly networking, letting his colleagues know that he’s available to assist and is ready to take on any tasks that are given to him. 

William is a determined and successful young man who has a vision and is working towards more in life.  William has yet to determine his exact career path, but what’s important is that he’s learned the skills needed to be successful and self-sufficient.

Great job William! Thank you to our PSA Counselors for all of their hard work!

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                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
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This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
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This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14
                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!
On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.
http://www.baby2baby.org/
This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.
Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14

                    Baby2Baby Sponsors Mother’s Day Event!

On April 24th LAUSD, Pupil Services partnered with Baby2Baby to give 40 mothers the opportunity to share a wonderful interactive experience with their TK/Kindergarten children.  Sponsored by tinyprints, parents and their children were transported to Baby2Baby, which was transformed to provide participants an opportunity to interact in many ways.  Activities included children painting self-portraits on canvass; mothers enjoying manicures while their children picked flowers from an indoor flower market; a D.J. and dance floor; lunch with a coffee and milk bar centered around a chocolate fountain.  Finally, parents and their children had a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from film and television as they received tote bags filled with gifts for both mothers and children! To see more pictures of the event click here.

http://www.baby2baby.org/

This program, event or activity is not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, approved or sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  The District assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation and is merely permitting this material to be disseminated at this facility because of the possible interest of students and/or faculty.

Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 5/8/14

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

The Human Resources Division would like to extend its thanks and appreciation to all of the dedicated teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District.  Teacher Appreciation Week provides us with an opportunity to recognize and commend our  professional educators who are committed to providing LAUSD youth with a high quality education that prepares them for both college and career.  Thank you for being a positive influence in the education and lives of your students!

                          May is Foster Youth Awareness Month

May is National Foster Care Awareness Month.  Wear your blue ribbon to support foster youth and families! For more information about Foster Care Awareness month and for ideas on what you can do to show support, visit www.fostercaremonth.org.


Read the Presidential Proclamation for National Foster Care Month 2014 here: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/04/30/presidential-proclamation-national-foster-care-month-2014

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        Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on April 26th!!
Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on Saturday April 26th from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m for a College, Resource and Health Fair.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources. We hope to see you there!
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        Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on April 26th!!
Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on Saturday April 26th from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m for a College, Resource and Health Fair.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources. We hope to see you there!
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        Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on April 26th!!
Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on Saturday April 26th from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m for a College, Resource and Health Fair.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources. We hope to see you there!
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        Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on April 26th!!

Join the Grad Van at Liechty Middle School on Saturday April 26th from 10:00 a.m.to 2:00 p.m for a College, Resource and Health Fair.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources. We hope to see you there!

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                                       Pupil Services Diploma Project
                                              Student Highlight
Graduation Promotion Counselor (GPC), Mr. Marquis Jones, began working with Jimmy at the end of 9th grade when he had failed all of his classes. Jimmy shared that his sister was terminally ill.  Eventually, he stopped attending school to help pay bills. With the ongoing help of the GPC, Mr. Jones, Jimmy attended adult school and enrolled in on-line classes.  As his sister’s health declined, he dropped Adult School. Eventually, Jimmy returned to Fremont High School, played basketball and passed his classes.  Last month, Jimmy earned his High School Diploma. Today he is working and enrolling in Santa Monica College. Great job Jimmy! 
Thank you Mr. Jones for all your hard work!
 
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                                       Pupil Services Diploma Project
                                              Student Highlight
Graduation Promotion Counselor (GPC), Mr. Marquis Jones, began working with Jimmy at the end of 9th grade when he had failed all of his classes. Jimmy shared that his sister was terminally ill.  Eventually, he stopped attending school to help pay bills. With the ongoing help of the GPC, Mr. Jones, Jimmy attended adult school and enrolled in on-line classes.  As his sister’s health declined, he dropped Adult School. Eventually, Jimmy returned to Fremont High School, played basketball and passed his classes.  Last month, Jimmy earned his High School Diploma. Today he is working and enrolling in Santa Monica College. Great job Jimmy! 
Thank you Mr. Jones for all your hard work!
 
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                                       Pupil Services Diploma Project
                                              Student Highlight
Graduation Promotion Counselor (GPC), Mr. Marquis Jones, began working with Jimmy at the end of 9th grade when he had failed all of his classes. Jimmy shared that his sister was terminally ill.  Eventually, he stopped attending school to help pay bills. With the ongoing help of the GPC, Mr. Jones, Jimmy attended adult school and enrolled in on-line classes.  As his sister’s health declined, he dropped Adult School. Eventually, Jimmy returned to Fremont High School, played basketball and passed his classes.  Last month, Jimmy earned his High School Diploma. Today he is working and enrolling in Santa Monica College. Great job Jimmy! 
Thank you Mr. Jones for all your hard work!
 
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                                       Pupil Services Diploma Project

                                              Student Highlight

Graduation Promotion Counselor (GPC), Mr. Marquis Jones, began working with Jimmy at the end of 9th grade when he had failed all of his classes. Jimmy shared that his sister was terminally ill.  Eventually, he stopped attending school to help pay bills. With the ongoing help of the GPC, Mr. Jones, Jimmy attended adult school and enrolled in on-line classes.  As his sister’s health declined, he dropped Adult School. Eventually, Jimmy returned to Fremont High School, played basketball and passed his classes.  Last month, Jimmy earned his High School Diploma. Today he is working and enrolling in Santa Monica College. Great job Jimmy!

Thank you Mr. Jones for all your hard work!

 

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Come visit the Grad Van at the 19th Annual Job Fair on March 29th!
On Saturday March 29th, the LAUSD Grad Van will be at the 19th Annual Job Fair hosted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. This event will take place at Dodger Stadium from 10:00 a.m.to 1:00 p.m.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources.
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Come visit the Grad Van at the 19th Annual Job Fair on March 29th!
On Saturday March 29th, the LAUSD Grad Van will be at the 19th Annual Job Fair hosted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. This event will take place at Dodger Stadium from 10:00 a.m.to 1:00 p.m.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources.
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Come visit the Grad Van at the 19th Annual Job Fair on March 29th!

On Saturday March 29th, the LAUSD Grad Van will be at the 19th Annual Job Fair hosted by the Los Angeles Dodgers. This event will take place at Dodger Stadium from 10:00 a.m.to 1:00 p.m.  Pupil Services and Attendance (PSA) Counselors will be there to provide students and families with information regarding the importance of attendance, LAUSD graduation requirements, and college and community resources.

http://www.lacommunityjobfair.com/jobseekers.html

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Distribution Authorized:  Erika Torres, 3/25/14

McAlister High School Receives Over 13,000 Diapers!

Pupil Services- Pregnant and Parenting Teen Pilot Program

McAlister High School is an alternative continuous enrollment school for pregnant and parenting teens. The school is a small learning community which offers students from 6th to 12th grade personalized learning and a supportive, caring and academically enriched environment. While students are pregnant and parenting, they can complete classes and earn a high school diploma. In addition, students are offered Independent Study programs in the event their physical requires bed rest due to complications from their pregnancy or difficulty during their delivery. 

McAlister High School received 13,789 diapers (all sizes), bassinets and eighty-eight baby bottles donated by the Baby2Baby program. These baby necessities will be distributed to the teen moms at all four sites including: Central (Plasencia Elementary campus), Southwest (Hillcrest Elementary campus), Chatsworth High and San Fernando High campuses. 

Principal, Tara Thurston welcomed the items and stated the teen moms will have an opportunity to earn these baby necessities in an incentive program that will encourage and challenge them with academic achievement and attendance. In addition, McAlister (Central) has been assigned a new 3-day PSA Counselor from the Neglected, Delinquent Program, Dolly D. Harris, who will work diligently to improve the school’s attendance and provide support services. Special thanks to PSA Counselors Stephan Blustajn and Sonia Solis, who were instrumental in making the arrangements for the distribution.

McAlister High School is dedicated to providing a physically and emotionally safe environment for pregnant and parenting teenagers, while ensuring a rigorous academic curriculum which encompasses parenting strategies, life skills, access to community and career resources, all resulting in empowered students who become productive citizens and positive role models for their children. 

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              PSA Counselors Promote Attendance in Many Ways!

 PSA Counselors are both creative and resourceful.  In addition to promoting the importance of attendance, connecting families to overcome obstacles to regular school attendance, and training staff on attendance policy and law… they find multiple ways to motivate and recognize students who are meeting the attendance goal!  Amalia Rodriguez, ESC East PSA Counselor at Magnolia Elementary School, truly encompasses this multi-faceted identity.  Amalia identified groups that she wanted to acknowledge for their attendance achievement.  To address the District’s low kindergarten attendance rates, every 25th instructional day, Amalia gives students with proficient/advanced attendance small creative rewards, such as a watercolor page with paint.  The children really like the small prizes.  Amalia also recognized students who met the Performance Meter Goal for the first semester with a special certificate.  This semester, she is implementing new grade level banners.  She enlisted the assistance of the Parent Representative to create exciting banners. In addition to recognizing students meeting the target, Amalia has also identified chronically absent students and provided them individual incentive charts.  She checks in with them weekly and discusses the goal/goals and strategies to meet said goals.  Thank you, Amalia, for representing the wonderful work of Pupil Services staff!

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