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Hoboken Junior Senior High School
800 Clinton Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030 - 201.356.3700

Administrators
Principal: Robin Piccapietra
Vice Principal: Anna Gullo

Mission Statement
The mission of the Hoboken High School Educational Community is to prepare our students to become stakeholders in a changing and complex society. Our educational programs and activities are designed to ensure that all students can have the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential through a diverse curriculum that promotes self-discipline, self-esteem and an understanding of the rights of others. Through the commitment of our staff, the students of our small, urban community will be socially, emotionally and academically equipped to carry out a contributing role in today’s society.

Belief Statements

  • Education is the key element to a successful future.
  • All children can learn to their highest potential.
  • We must have high expectations for ourselves and our students.
  • Students, parents, and staff are all accountable for their part in education.
  • Our objectives must have measurable outcomes.
  • Our role is to provide students with the opportunity to learn and the confidence to use the abilities that they develop.
  • Shared decision-making achieves positive change.
  • It is important to understand, appreciate, and accept diversity.
  • Community involvement and support enhance the success of our school.
  • Every individual has intrinsic worth.


Latest High School News
Johns Hopkins Program Applications Due April 26th
All applications for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth entry test are due to Mrs. Cohen by April 26th, 2015. The test is offered to students in grades 3-12. For more information, please contact Mrs. Fran Cohen at (201) 356-3717.
Chemistry students explored a little rocket science recently with Ms. Pontius, who shared some pictures (click title above for pictures) and the following summary:
Their goal was to build and launch a working mini rocket, and to make variations on the design and to observe their effects. The rockets were made from aluminum foil, whose body was formed around a bamboo skewer. The rocket fuel was the match head from a wooden kitchen match. Students prepared by learning some of the basics about rocket jet propulsion. They learned that more fuel does not necessarily mean a longer-ranged rocket! More fuel in this case meant a heavier rocket, and not enough thrust to launch the rocket! Sometimes less is more…. The most successful rocket was one that had the least amount of fuel we found…. Another goal was to have perseverance: if one rocket did not successfully launch, build a better one and try again!
Dine at Panera (310 Washington Street in Hoboken) between 4pm and 8pm on April 22 and present a printed copy of this flyer. Panera will donate a portion of the proceeds from your meal to the HJSHS PTO! Delicious and beneficial!
Please join us for a special evening of parent-teen discussion. Parents, guardians, teachers, community members, high school students and especially juniors thinking of applying for Teen Pep are invited. The event will take place April 16th from 6:00 to 8:30 pm in the HJSHS Cafeteria.
Theatre students from HJSHS spent the weekend learning and competing at the annual NJ Thespian Festival, New Jersey's largest annual theatre event. They took part in workshops, competed in group and individual events and auditioned for scholarships. They also had a chance to meet with college representatives and theater vendors. It also serves as a learning experience for theatre teachers, who network and share success stories and best practices. Thirty-five high schools with over 1,000 students were at this event. For all categories (except One Act Plays) students win an "accomplished" award if they receive a score from 95-100 on their piece. We are extremely proud to announce the students who won ratings of "accomplished" and their competition categories.

Brandon Lyons for Dramatic Monologue
Brittney Colon for Dramatic Monologue
Jason Oliveras for Dramatic Monologue
Allison Feinstein for Dramatic Monologue
Brittney Colon for Comedic Monologue
Gina Rotondi for Comedic Monologue
David Rivera & Ivelisse Lorenzo for Comedic Pair Scene
Brittney Colon for Musical Theatre Solo

In the category of One Act Plays, Ms. Miller's Theatre II class won second place out of twenty schools competing in this category. These plays are about 40 minutes long. The students performing the play were Gina Rotondi, Allison Feinstein, Aishah Tapia, Brittney Colon, and Jason Oliveras.

Four of our Juniors auditioned for 6 colleges this weekend at the festival for early registration opportunities and to bypass the first round of college auditions for theatre programs as a priority candidate. Junior Allison Feinstein received an opportunity to receive a 25,000 scholarship to Rowan University if she auditions for their theatre program next year.

To top this all off, senior Jason Oliveras won 1st place for Best Supporting Actor for the one act play out of hundreds of actors!! This makes him best in the state for NJ! Congratulations to all participants.
On February 27th, Hoboken Junior Senior High School held their first annual "Hudson County Theater Day". Memorial High School and County Prep High School were also involved in this event. Throughout the day, students went around the high school to attend different acting, singing and dancing workshops. Click title above to read more.
On Friday, February 20th, HJSHS Drama Club had the extraordinary honor to meet actress Janet Saia, who is a “swing” actress in The Phantom of the Opera. At our workshop she informed us about the profession of theatre and how a “swing” has to memorize multiple roles as you never know which one you will be playing daily. Click title above to read more.
Show your support and order a PTO t-shirt. Click title for order form.
Meet the PTO board of directors by clicking on the title above. Come to a meeting, get involved, make new friends!
HJSHS track team takes aim at Penn Relays
Hoboken Junior Senior High School's track team is hoping to attend and participate in the prestigious Penn Relays in April. This annual event, officially known as the Penn Relay Carnival, has been around since 1895, and is the best attended meet in the US and one of the best attended in the world. An average of 110,000 spectators watch over 20,000 entries over the three day event. About half of the competitors are high schoolers, who will remember this event their entire lives. Several fundraisers are in progress to cover the cost of the hotel and meals for our team. The team is selling blankets, athletic wear, cheesecakes and sponsoring a dinner. Anyone wishing to support our team can contact Coach Judith Burrell at judith.burrell@hoboken.k12.nj.us.
Student groups team up for good causes
The HJSHS Student Council, Hispanic Culture Club, and the African American Culture Club have joined forces in two fundraisers. They have been selling hearts and "Go Red" bracelets to benefit the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" initiative. District administration supported this program by running a staff fundraiser dress down day on February 6th.

The groups are now working on a Pennies for Patients campaign from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, to help fight blood cancers. Students have placed collection boxes throughout the HJSHS building to collect change. Even a small donation can make a big difference.
On January 31st, 13 Drama Club members attend the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey (STANJ) Governor Awards in Arts Education event held at Rutgers University. At this event Hoboken Junior Senior High School students performed in the following categories: Comedic Monologue, Dramatic Monologue, Comedic Pairs, Dramatic Pairs, Scenes, and Improvisational Pairs. Twenty-five high schools across the state attended this event with over 500 students competing. Ms. Miller also serves on the board of this organization as "president-elect" and helps plan this competition with eleven other theatre arts educators from other districts across the state. Ms. Miller is SO PROUD of the Drama Club for the professionalism that they exemplified at the competition on Saturday. These students have been rehearsing since October for this competition. It requires dedication and hard work to memorize so many scenes and monologues. She is pleased to announce the awards that have been won by our students.
Brittney Colon won 5th place for Dramatic Monologue
Ivelisse Lorenzo and David Rivera won 7th place for Comedic Pairs.
Only 1st-10th place winners are announced at the awards ceremony and these three students placed out of over 500 applicants in 25 school districts. Click title above for more pictures.
We are three for three! Under the tutelage of advisor Sharon Malenda, Hoboken’s Student Literary Magazine CREATE received its third national ranking of “Excellent” from the NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English). Hoboken’s magazine CREATE showcases the immense talent that our small school holds. Click title above to read more.
On Thursday, January 8th The Student Center hosted Jessie Artigue, a creative consultant, entrepreneur and style expert from our own Hoboken community. Jessie led a student workshop that focused on creating a personal brand and being change makers in a constantly adapting career world. Students from all grades were represented at this fun and interactive event! They worked on activities to identify personal characteristics others would recognize as their individual strengths. Jessie then related how to apply these individual factors to cultivating a personal brand. Click title above for more information.
On January 8th, sixteen alumni of HJSHS volunteered their time to talk to students in grades 9-12 about lessons learned in college. They represented thirteen different colleges/universities which included Stevens Institute of Technology, Hudson County Community College, Rowan University, Pennsylvania State University, The College of New Jersey, New Jersey City University, Ramapo College of New Jersey, University of California Berkeley, Rider University, Saint Peter's University, and Rutgers University. Hoboken students gained valuable insight into the college application process from students who were in their shoes not too long ago.
About 125 current students attended the sessions, which were broken up by grade level. Our graduates shared tips on applying to college, succeeding once you get there and doing your best to prepare while still in high school. Questions from our students ranged from how to choose a college to what dorm life is like. Within the high school program, an emphasis is placed on college preparedness, but the message resonates more for current students when it comes from a peer.
An important aspect of Alumni Day is to have the graduates explain their experiences transitioning from high school to college. The advice given on this day stays with our students throughout the remainder of their time here at Hoboken High School. We received fantastic feedback from all involved and look forward to continuing this program next year!
We are grateful to our dedicated alumni for sharing their insights. Once a Redwing, always a Redwing!

Dine at Applebee's in Clifton on January 13th and 10 percent of your bill will be donated to the Class of 2014. Click flyer above to read more.
AFTER SCHOOL @ STUDENT CENTER:
JOB SEARCH MONDAYS ~ Get help completing job applications, work on your Naviance resume, practice interviewing skills (Starts 12/1/14)

INDEPENDENT STUDY THURSDAYS bring your homework and your friends do work and get a snack we have supplies to help get those posters done

Mid-WEEK LAUNDRY WEDNESDAYS~ Get your uniform shirts and pants cleaned. Use our washer, dryer, detergent, and fabric softener. Sign up and get more info at the Student Center

TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS GAMES, GAMES, GAMES tournaments, new video games, pool, ping pong.

Click on the title above to download the order form for the senior sweatshirt.
Student places first in Banned Books Essay Contest
Congratulations to Reem Guirgis, grade 9, for winning the school's first annual Banned Books Week essay contest. The school's library joined libraries of all types nationwide last week in celebrating our freedom to read by educating students and staff about banned books. The art department worked with the library to create a display of banned books to complement the library's own display.
The essay contest required students to recall a banned book that they read, and discuss why the book held meaning for them. Reem chose The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini for her essay. For her efforts, she was awarded with a variety of book themed treasures and a Barnes and Noble gift card for $25.00. Great job, Reem! Keep reading.
Helping hands
Members of the Hoboken Redwing Basketball Program painted the courtyard at Wallace Elementary School for the youth of Hoboken. This program was implemented by NJ Cares. This is just another example of how Coach Kolmer is incorporating community service into his program. Congratulations guys and Coach Kolmer. Community service is one of the fundamental cornerstones of any solid education.
Stevens shares love of engineering with HJSHS
HJSHS would like to thank our friends and partners at Stevens Institute's Pre-College Summer Program for their kind donation of 18 Lego Mindstorm kits as well as a box of spare lego parts. Our growing robotics program will put them to excellent use.
Food service notice for 2014-2015
Dear Parents,
Please be advised that the following price schedule will be in effect for the food services program during the 2014-2015 school year.

Students in grades 7-12:
Breakfast (regular): $1.75
Breakfast (reduced):$ .30
Lunch (regular): $3.75
Lunch (reduced): $ .40

As you will notice, meal prices are only slightly increased from 2013-2014. The most significant change is that the district will no longer participate in the Universal Free Breakfast program. Breakfast will now be available to all students at the rates listed above.

Recent News
How do you spell s-u-c-c-e-s-s?
Congratulations to Calabro's three top spellers: Mircea Florescu, Nile Rivera, and Kai Hultstrom from Ms. Salvetta's fourth grade class. The three were eligible to participate in the Rotary's annual spelling bee, held at Hoboken Catholic Academy on April 17.
We also acknowledge Earth Day poster contest winners: from Ms. Kontogiannis/2nd Grade- Samara Bruschi (overall winner of the entire contest) and Jean-Michel Ellameh
and from Ms. Leon/6th Grade- Jared Delarosa and Azaryia Ladson. Congratulations on your success!
Connors Elementary School students in kindergarten participated in a variety of activities aimed at celebrating them as young learners. This is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The goal is to recognize the early childhood programs and services offered to the families to meet the needs of the children and families at local, state, and federal levels. From the dance party to yoga sessions as well as constructing a large life sized drawing of themselves centered on the theme All About Me, these learners experienced a plethora of fun activities throughout the week. Kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Janice Sheridan and Ms. Sarah Beers; along with kindergarten paraprofessionals Ms. Carol Mussara and Ms. Symone Braxton created activities that were specific to the learning styles of their students. Special thank you to Mr. Francis Azzarto who served as DJ for the kindergarten dance party and Ms. Rosanna Lucignano who taught our youngest learners yoga; this was a grand experience for our students.
Rising third through sixth graders in Hoboken Public Schools are invited to register for an academic enrichment summer program. The program will take place at HJSHS from June 29 through July 30 on Mondays through Thursdays. Complete the registration form and submit to your homeroom teacher by June 7th. There will also be an in person registration at HJSHS on April 23rd from 3 to 4pm. Join in the fun!
Sign up for theatre camp. It will run at HJSHS from June 29 to July 29, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Complete the application and submit it to your child's school or come to registration on April 23 from 3-4 pm in the high school lobby. The camp is open to students who completed grades Kindergarten through 8 during the 2014-2015 school year.
Johns Hopkins Program Applications Due April 26th
All applications for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth entry test are due to Mrs. Cohen by April 26th, 2015. The test is offered to students in grades 3-12. For more information, please contact Mrs. Fran Cohen at (201) 356-3717.
Calabro School participated in the NJ Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser and raised $2,027.50 for the charity. Pictured is Ms Kontogiannis’ second grade class, who raised $1,267.22 towards the school’s total. Also pictured is second grader Jaiden Holmes, who has been the top student fundraiser for the last 3 years.
In observance of Women's History Month, Mrs. Gwendolyn Rodriquez's fourth grade ELA classes celebrated phenomenal women in history through Power Point as well as oral presentations on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. The information that the students presented was rigorous while utilizing 21st century skills through a presentation forum. Mrs. Rodriquez invited each parent via email to view the presentations and many parents came to view the work of their children. It was certainly a great day enjoyed by all.
Theatre students from HJSHS spent the weekend learning and competing at the annual NJ Thespian Festival, New Jersey's largest annual theatre event. They took part in workshops, competed in group and individual events and auditioned for scholarships. They also had a chance to meet with college representatives and theater vendors. It also serves as a learning experience for theatre teachers, who network and share success stories and best practices. Thirty-five high schools with over 1,000 students were at this event. For all categories (except One Act Plays) students win an "accomplished" award if they receive a score from 95-100 on their piece. We are extremely proud to announce the students who won ratings of "accomplished" and their competition categories.

Brandon Lyons for Dramatic Monologue
Brittney Colon for Dramatic Monologue
Jason Oliveras for Dramatic Monologue
Allison Feinstein for Dramatic Monologue
Brittney Colon for Comedic Monologue
Gina Rotondi for Comedic Monologue
David Rivera & Ivelisse Lorenzo for Comedic Pair Scene
Brittney Colon for Musical Theatre Solo

In the category of One Act Plays, Ms. Miller's Theatre II class won second place out of twenty schools competing in this category. These plays are about 40 minutes long. The students performing the play were Gina Rotondi, Allison Feinstein, Aishah Tapia, Brittney Colon, and Jason Oliveras.

Four of our Juniors auditioned for 6 colleges this weekend at the festival for early registration opportunities and to bypass the first round of college auditions for theatre programs as a priority candidate. Junior Allison Feinstein received an opportunity to receive a 25,000 scholarship to Rowan University if she auditions for their theatre program next year.

To top this all off, senior Jason Oliveras won 1st place for Best Supporting Actor for the one act play out of hundreds of actors!! This makes him best in the state for NJ! Congratulations to all participants.
On February 27th, Hoboken Junior Senior High School held their first annual "Hudson County Theater Day". Memorial High School and County Prep High School were also involved in this event. Throughout the day, students went around the high school to attend different acting, singing and dancing workshops. Click title above to read more.
On Friday, February 20th, HJSHS Drama Club had the extraordinary honor to meet actress Janet Saia, who is a “swing” actress in The Phantom of the Opera. At our workshop she informed us about the profession of theatre and how a “swing” has to memorize multiple roles as you never know which one you will be playing daily. Click title above to read more.
Click the title above to read a letter from Interim Superintendent Dr. Brockel regarding changes to this year's school calendar based on use of snow days.
Please click on the title above to download the Hoboken Public Schools calendar for 2015-2016, which was approved by the Hoboken Board of Education on March 10, 2015. This is a re-post with a minor revision regarding the notation of a professional development day in October.
On Friday, February 27th, our early childhood students in grades K-2 were a part of Dr. Seuss' birthday celebration. Celebrity readers provided our students with the opportunity to hear the words of the late Dr. Seuss through read-alouds throughout the morning. Students were excited to have our celebrity readers in their classrooms and were able to ask questions about their careers and subsequent impact on the community of Hoboken. Special thank you to Ms. Maritza Ramos, school clerk for putting together this wonderful experience for our early childhood learners. Click title above for pictures.
Several parent information sessions have been scheduled for March. We invite parents of prospective Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth enrollees to attend. If your child is already in this program, you do not need to attend. This program is conducted after school and allows advanced students to enrich their skills in a number of academic areas via online connection to staff at JHU Center for Talented Youth. If you wish to read more about the CTY program, click here. For the dates of the information sessions, click the title above.
The Black History Month Assembly was held on Thursday, February 26, 2015. Two performances were planned for our school community; the 1st at 10:00 AM and the 2nd at 1:00 PM. Parents, staff, students, several board members, and the executive team were in attendance. Under the direction of Mrs. Gwendolyn White, inclusion specialist, the school community had the opportunity to view poetry, music, and literature of the Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights period, and beyond. The performance was phenomenal and allowed for all stakeholders to learn about the aforementioned periods. Click title above for pictures.
PARCC Test Prep Pep Rally at Calabro
In preparation for PARCC, 3rd through 6th grade students at Calabro participated in a Test Prep Pep Rally on Wednesday, February 25th presented by the School Improvement Panel (ScIP). A powerpoint was presented on items such as the schedule and test taking skills. Afterwards, students enjoyed music while participating in a skills competition including hula hoop, jump rope, and soccer shooting.
CIESE at Stevens Institute is at forefront of STEM education
The CIESE (Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education) program at Stevens Institute of Technology is described in this recent press release. Teachers in Hoboken Public Schools have been participating in CIESE programs for many years and we are proud to have such a great resource in our own town. Ruth Tyroler, president of the Hoboken Board of Education, is quoted in the press release recognizing the benefits we receive in our partnership with CIESE and Stevens.
Please join Hoboken Public Schools in congratulating our colleagues who have been recognized by their peers as Teachers of the Year and Educational Services Professionals of the Year for 2014-2015. Click the title above for school-by-school pictures and profiles of the honorees.
Student groups team up for good causes
The HJSHS Student Council, Hispanic Culture Club, and the African American Culture Club have joined forces in two fundraisers. They have been selling hearts and "Go Red" bracelets to benefit the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" initiative. District administration supported this program by running a staff fundraiser dress down day on February 6th.

The groups are now working on a Pennies for Patients campaign from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, to help fight blood cancers. Students have placed collection boxes throughout the HJSHS building to collect change. Even a small donation can make a big difference.
This Valentine's Day, the senior citizens at Columbian Towers got a special treat from the second grade students at Salvatore Calabro School. Ms. Kontogiannis and her second grade class generously gave the seniors handmade cards accompanied by teddy bears and roses.

 

On January 31st, 13 Drama Club members attend the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey (STANJ) Governor Awards in Arts Education event held at Rutgers University. At this event Hoboken Junior Senior High School students performed in the following categories: Comedic Monologue, Dramatic Monologue, Comedic Pairs, Dramatic Pairs, Scenes, and Improvisational Pairs. Twenty-five high schools across the state attended this event with over 500 students competing. Ms. Miller also serves on the board of this organization as "president-elect" and helps plan this competition with eleven other theatre arts educators from other districts across the state. Ms. Miller is SO PROUD of the Drama Club for the professionalism that they exemplified at the competition on Saturday. These students have been rehearsing since October for this competition. It requires dedication and hard work to memorize so many scenes and monologues. She is pleased to announce the awards that have been won by our students.
Brittney Colon won 5th place for Dramatic Monologue
Ivelisse Lorenzo and David Rivera won 7th place for Comedic Pairs.
Only 1st-10th place winners are announced at the awards ceremony and these three students placed out of over 500 applicants in 25 school districts. Click title above for more pictures.
HBOE earns two awards for budget
The Hoboken Board of Education has received awards from two different organizations for this school year's budget. To view more information, please click on the document titles below.
Press release regarding award from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada
Press release regarding award from the Association of School Business Officials
On January 12, ten Hoboken Junior Senior High School students participated in our eighth annual Poetry Out Loud school competition. The program is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation, partnering with U.S. state arts agencies. It is a contest that encourages the nation's youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. This program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about their literary heritage.
Our ten intrepid performers put away any public speaking fears they had and each recited two poems they had memorized over the preceding weeks for classroom competitions. The ten classroom winners who took part are Willie Allen, Jaida Cintron, Kobe Dawes, Ashley Diaz, Allison Feinstein, Maria Florendo, Jaeda Henriquez, Akilah Milo, Jason Oliveras and Lisseth Quizhpi. Jason Oliveras, a senior, was the overall winner, with Maria Florendo coming in second. Jason will be representing the school at the regional competition on February 2 at Bergen PAC in Englewood. We are proud of them all.
We are three for three! Under the tutelage of advisor Sharon Malenda, Hoboken’s Student Literary Magazine CREATE received its third national ranking of “Excellent” from the NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English). Hoboken’s magazine CREATE showcases the immense talent that our small school holds. Click title above to read more.
On January 8th, sixteen alumni of HJSHS volunteered their time to talk to students in grades 9-12 about lessons learned in college. They represented thirteen different colleges/universities which included Stevens Institute of Technology, Hudson County Community College, Rowan University, Pennsylvania State University, The College of New Jersey, New Jersey City University, Ramapo College of New Jersey, University of California Berkeley, Rider University, Saint Peter's University, and Rutgers University. Hoboken students gained valuable insight into the college application process from students who were in their shoes not too long ago.
About 125 current students attended the sessions, which were broken up by grade level. Our graduates shared tips on applying to college, succeeding once you get there and doing your best to prepare while still in high school. Questions from our students ranged from how to choose a college to what dorm life is like. Within the high school program, an emphasis is placed on college preparedness, but the message resonates more for current students when it comes from a peer.
An important aspect of Alumni Day is to have the graduates explain their experiences transitioning from high school to college. The advice given on this day stays with our students throughout the remainder of their time here at Hoboken High School. We received fantastic feedback from all involved and look forward to continuing this program next year!
We are grateful to our dedicated alumni for sharing their insights. Once a Redwing, always a Redwing!

This year in schools across the country, students in grades 3-11 will be taking new computer-based assessments called the PARCC - The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. The test will be given in the subject areas of Math and English Language Arts and will be given two times per year. The first test is the Performance-Based Assessment (PBA) and will be administered during the testing window March 2 - 27, 2015. The second test is the End-of-Year Assessment (EOY) and will be administered during the testing window April 20 - May 22, 2015. To see the Official Hoboken Public Schools PARCC PBA Testing Schedule, click title above.
NJ State Teacher of the Year is Wallace's Mark Mautone
On Wednesday, October 1, 2014, Mark Mautone was named NJ Teacher of the Year. We are tremendously proud to call him one of our own. Click to read the New Jersey Department of Education's full press release on this event and the NJEA story on Mark's award.
Click here to reivew past news articles.

Important Policies
Budget Information
Attendance Policy (pdf)
District Policy Manual
Anti-Bullying Information
HIB Self-Assessment Grade (pdf)

Upcoming Events
Sat May 2
SAT Exam
Tue May 5
BOE Budget Hearing 7pm, Demarest Auditorium, 158 4th Street, Hoboken
Fri May 8
Deadline to register for June ACT. More info

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