You Want the Best Education For Your Children  – We Can Help

We provide distance learning students with flexible educational choices, including curriculum, on-site classes, and educational materials. All at no cost to you!

Harmony provides educational options so you can choose what’s best for your child, including:

  • Mix and match courses and materials from a variety of vendors
  • Online curriculum or traditional curriculum based on textbooks, literature, etc.
  • Our popular on-site elective program and other exciting elective classes
  • Resources and materials based on your child’s interests and their courses

This is the ideal program for families who educate their children at home.

Program offerings vary by school. Additional information can be found below. 

Help Your Child’s Education Soar

Our home-based educational program is built on the understanding that students flourish when education is individualized to their unique needs. With Harmony, you may select curriculum and learning resources that help ensure your child reaches his/her potential. 

Some students are hands-on learners. Other children prefer an online environment, and it may even vary by subject. With Harmony, you may mix and match curriculum for your children’s courses and create the ideal plan to meet your child’s needs.

Imagine being able to tailor your teaching and activities around the learning needs and styles of your children and being able to choose curriculum, books, and resources that addressed their own personal development.

Our home-based educational program is built on the understanding that students flourish when education is individualized to their unique needs. With Harmony, you may select curriculum and learning resources that help ensure your child reaches his/her potential. 

Some students are hands-on learners. Other children prefer an online environment, and it may even vary by subject. With Harmony, you may mix and match curriculum for your children’s courses and create the ideal plan to meet your child’s needs.

Imagine being able to tailor your teaching and activities around the learning needs and styles of your children and being able to choose curriculum, books, and resources that addressed their own personal development.

PROVIDE YOUR CHILDREN WITH THE BEST EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

You want the best education for your children. So you likely have a long wish list with educational resources such as computers, microscopes, literature, or that math curriculum you think would be ideal.

Perhaps, like many other parents, money stands in the way of providing your children with all those educational resources you want. We can help. Each Harmony student receives learning resources based on the programs and courses you select for your child.

Available learning materials include:

  • Online curriculum and subscriptions
  • Textbooks and workbooks
  • Computers, laptops, tablets, printers
  • General school supplies
  • Math manipulatives and resources
  • Science equipment and supplies, such as telescopes, science kits, etc.
  • Elective resources based on student interest
  • Art supplies
  • Tutoring and lessons: private tutoring, music classes, physical education classes, etc

YOU’LL RECEIVE SUPPORT

As the parent, you’ll have an active and important role in your child’s education as you take on the role of the learning coach for your children.  Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or someone just starting the independent learning journey, having someone you can turn to when you need it comes with some peace of mind. You’ll be supported by mentors and certified teachers to ensure that your children have a wonderful educational experience.

The team at Harmony Ed combines a wide background of knowledge and experience in homeschooling, education, and public schools to bridge the gap between traditional public schooling and independent learning.

As the parent, you’ll have an active and important role in your child’s education as you take on the role of the learning coach for your children.  Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or someone just starting the independent learning journey, having someone you can turn to when you need it comes with some peace of mind. You’ll be supported by mentors and certified teachers to ensure that your children have a wonderful educational experience.

The team at Harmony Ed combines a wide background of knowledge and experience in homeschooling, education, and public schools to bridge the gap between traditional public schooling and independent learning.

YOUR CHILDREN CAN ENROLL IN COURSES FROM A VARIETY OF PROVIDERS – GIVING YOU LOTS OF FLEXIBILITY

With Harmony, you’ll select from a broad range of course offerings from various curriculum providers, so you can individualize the education of your children to their unique needs.

  • Courses are available fully online or in a textbook format.
  • You can select curriculum to meet the specific needs of your children – all at no cost to you.
  • You don’t have to be tied down to one curriculum provider for all courses.

For example, for one child you may decide to:

  • Select a traditional textbook format for the language arts course.
  • Select an online math curriculum.
  • Approach science holistically with a unit studies approach, using a mixture of both online and traditional textbooks.

While for another, you may decide that online learning works best for them.

Plus, all Harmony programs are designed to meet state standards, so your children can be prepared for their next educational adventure.  You won’t worry about gaps in their education.

 

How it Works

Harmony maximizes flexibility for you to create a truly individualized educational experience for your children.
At Harmony, we’ve developed innovative partnerships with public schools that merge the advantages of homeschooling with the resources and support available with public schools.

ENROLL

Your child will be enrolled as a distance education student with one of our partner schools.

Information about the program offerings for each of those schools can be found below.

EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE

Upon enrollment, an educational allowance is allocated for each student. This allowance is used for courses and educational resources that meet your child’s educational needs.
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COURSE REGISTRATION

A student’s allowance is first applied to required courses, such as language arts, math, and science. And then to elective courses. You may choose curriculum from a variety of options, allowing you to meet the educational needs of your children.
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REQUEST EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

Any funds remaining after course selection will be available for educational resources, including technology, learning resources, 3rd party lessons, and/or approved educational activities.

Technology

It is recommended that families assess the technology needs for their children and use the funding allocation for laptops, tablets, etc.

Textbooks for Core Subjects

The funding allocation may be used for textbooks and learning materials for core subjects: language arts, math, science, social studies.
Harmony Elective Kit: Mind Enhancing Games

Elective Courses

Students may select extra elective courses from our course catalog.

SPED/504 Resources

Students who have an IEP or 504 plan may request resources to support that plan with their educational allowance.
Harmony Elective Kit: Words Kindergarten

Elective Kits

Harmony Elective Kits are a fun collection of educational materials designed to complement a child’s core education and are available to assist your child in learning elective subjects at home.

School Supplies

Paper, math manipulatives, notebooks, printer ink, art supplies and more are available to help offset your educational expenses.

3rd Party Lessons

3rd Party refers to classes such as karate, piano, art, etc. that are not offered by Harmony. Families may select to use a portion of the student’s funding allocation to pay for these types of lessons, based on available funding and an approved vendor.

Discover the Programs We Have for You

Use this form to discover details of a Harmony program available in your area.

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  • Your children may be accepted to any of our partner schools for which they are eligible.
  • Students are accepted into a school based on location, grade levels for the school, and available openings.

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PROGRAM OFFERINGS

Wasatch Connect

WASATCH CONNECT

Bring the classroom into your home with Wasatch Connect!

Wasatch Connect is a virtual classroom program provided by Wasatch Learning Academy and takes the stress out of parent instruction. This program is available to Utah Harmony students in grades K-8.

Certified teachers provide high quality classroom instruction via live online classes, with support from the parent. Teachers identify areas of needs and provide small group instruction to help students with individual strengths and challenges.

  • Daily instruction (Monday thru Thursday) is given in the core subjects.
  • Supplemental online programs, including Microsoft Office, DreamBox math, Acadience reading, Waterford literacy, and more, are provided to Wasatch Connect students.
  • Students meet new friends from all over Utah and attend regional field trips and activities as they are able.
  • Families have the flexibility to choose their elective classes from Harmony’s course catalog.

Don’t let school schedules limit your travel or activities! Attend class wherever you have Internet

Independent Learning

THE INDEPENDENT LEARNING PROGRAM

Harmony maximizes flexibility for each parent to create a truly individualized educational plan for their children.

With Harmony, you'll select from a broad range of course offerings from various curriculum providers, so you can individualize the education of your children to their unique needs.

A variety of core and elective courses are available, and educational support is offered by our mentors and teachers. You can customize your online learning experience from our broad range of learning providers.

Courses are available fully online or in a textbook format. Students may select their core independent learning courses from online courses or Harmony's Flex textbook-based courses in any combination. You can mix and match to meet the specific needs of your children, all at no cost to you.

  • Please see the course catalog to view courses available in your area.
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program

 

Multi-Age Program

The Multi-Age Program

MAP is a multi-age core support program for Idaho students in grades 1-8 that meets one day a week. It provides a bridge between home-centered, parent-directed learning and teacher-directed, school-supported learning. Students participating in MAP need to select core courses, and most students select Power Learning Goal (PLG) courses.

MAP is a combination of direct instruction and project-based learning, where students are placed in multi-age, ability groups to participate in reading activities, writing labs, math games, and science experiments, for approximately 5 hours. Students will select their MAP classes during their course selection.

Lessons are planned around state standards and use a variety of teaching materials and curriculum. The program also includes access to home-based materials to support student learning.

MAP does not include any elective classes, and students may enroll in Options Day or choose other elective courses from the course catalog.

For more information see the MAP section of the curriculum orientation. This orientation is available to you once upon submission of a student application.

Options Day

HARMONY OPTIONS DAY

Options Day is an onsite elective program, a day filled with fun elective classes that will complement your child's education. Options Day offers 4 classes in one day, in select locations. Your children will interact with other Harmony students in meaningful classes like karate, sewing, art, drama, and physical education.

Options Day Locations

Coeur D' Alene, ID

  • Mondays, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm

Meridian, ID

EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE

EDUCATIONAL FUNDING

Each Harmony student receives learning resources based on the programs and courses you select for each child.

  • In general, the student funding is to be used for learning materials that will help your child to be successful in the courses. These items can include textbooks, workbooks, science kits, math manipulatives, art supplies, and many other educational resources.
  • First, it is recommended that families assess the technology needs for their children and use the funding allocation for laptops, tablets, etc.
  • Next, use the Internet payment option, which is available for this school.
  • Then, order educational resources to help your students be successful in their core and elective courses.
  • Finally, consider supplemental activities and classes, such as 3rd Party, additional elective resources, etc.

FUNDING OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS SCHOOL

  • A request for educational resources may be submitted to Harmony twice a year, for each resource type, using our resource request system. Harmony will purchase the requested materials and have them shipped to the student's home.
  • A receipt may be submitted for reimbursement up to 10 times during the school year.
  • Families may mix and match, having Harmony purchase some of the supplies directly and choosing to be reimbursed for others. This offers you a lot of flexibility, so you can arrange for the best educational experience for your child.

EDUCATIONAL FUNDING

Each Harmony student receives learning resources based on the programs and courses you select for each child.

  • In general, the student funding is to be used for learning materials that will help your child to be successful in the courses. These items can include textbooks, workbooks, science kits, math manipulatives, art supplies, and many other educational resources.
  • First, it is recommended that families assess the technology needs for their children and use the funding allocation for laptops, tablets, etc.
  • Then, order educational resources to help your students be successful in their core and elective courses.
  • Finally, consider supplemental activities and classes, such as 3rd Party, additional elective resources, etc.

FUNDING OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS SCHOOL

  • A request for educational resources may be submitted to Harmony twice a year, for each resource type, using our resource request system. Harmony will purchase the requested materials and have them shipped to the student's home.
  • A receipt may be submitted for reimbursement up to 10 times during the school year.
  • Families may mix and match, having Harmony purchase some of the supplies directly and choosing to be reimbursed for others. This offers you a lot of flexibility, so you can arrange for the best educational experience for your child.

EDUCATIONAL FUNDING

Each Harmony student receives learning resources based on the programs and courses you select for each child.

  • In general, the student funding is to be used for learning materials that will help your child to be successful in the courses. These items can include textbooks, workbooks, science kits, math manipulatives, art supplies, and many other educational resources.
  • First, it is recommended that families assess the technology needs for their children and use the funding allocation for laptops, tablets, etc.
  • Then, order educational resources to help your students be successful in their core and elective courses.
  • Finally, consider supplemental activities and classes, such as 3rd Party, additional elective resources, etc.

FUNDING OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS SCHOOL

  • A request for educational resources may be submitted to Harmony twice a year, for each resource type, using our resource request system. Harmony will purchase the requested materials and have them shipped to the student's home.
  • Families may mix and match, having Harmony purchase educational supplies directly.

To view the educational allowance available to students under this scenario, select an enrollment term and student grade level.

Under this scenario, this student's educational allowance would be:

Under this scenario, a student's educational allowance would be:

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PROGRAM DETAILS

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Garfield County School District accepts students in grades K-6.
  • Student's do not need to live in the Garfield County School District boundaries. Students are accepted from any area of the state of Utah.
  • Students may be accepted partway through the school year if openings become available.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in grades K-6 take 4 core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Elective courses are not required but can be selected using resource funds.  You will not receive a grade for any elective courses selected.
  • Students are only able to select courses from their official grade level. If your child is not working at grade level, please consult with your mentor.
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Idaho Home Learning Academy accepts students in grades K-8.
  • We are currently accepting applications for new students for Idaho Home Learning Academy and will begin accepting students mid-February, in the order applications are received.
  • Students are accepted from any area of the state of Idaho.
  • Students may be accepted partway through the school year if openings become available.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in grades K-6 take four core courses: Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. They also are required to take two elective courses per year. These can be elective courses in Harmony’s course catalog or survey of electives courses. Survey of electives courses allow a student to take any type of elective not provided by Harmony and may be purchased with funding, including electives such as art, karate, piano, etc.
  • Students in grades 7-8 take four core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. They also take two required electives per semester. 7th graders take Art, Physical Education, Career Technology Education, and General. 8th graders take Health, Physical Education, Career Technology, and Fine Arts.
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School accepts students in grades K-12.
  • Student's must live on the Big Island.
  • Students are not accepted partway through the school year.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in Kindergarten take Flex Direct for core courses, which include Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Kindergarten students are not required to take an elective course.
  • Students in grades 1-5 take four Flex Direct core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Students in grades 1-5 are not required to take an elective course.
  • Students in grades 6-8 take four Flex Direct core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Middle school students are required to take one elective course each semester, and they may choose to take two electives each semester.
  • Students in grades 9-12 take a total of four core and two elective courses each semester. They work with their high school counselor to ensure that the courses they select will meet high school graduation requirements.
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Pioneer Virtual Academy Tennessee accepts students in grades K-12.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

GRADES K-8

  • In grades K-8  take five core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and a Health/Wellness course.

 

GRADES 9-12

Students grades 9-12 are required to take 7 credits a year, the required subjects for each are below.

9th grade

  • English course (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Algebra l (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Biology (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • U.S. History and Geography (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • PE/Wellness (½ credit Semester)
  • Foreign Language (1 credit – done in 1 semester)

10th grade

  • English course (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Algebra ll (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Chemistry or Physics (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • World History and Geography (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • PE/Wellness (½ credit semester)
  • Foreign Language (1 credit – done in 1 semester)

11th Grade

  • English course (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Geometry (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Lab course (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • U.S. Government and Civics, and Economics (1 credit – done in 1 semester
  • Physical Education & Wellness (½ credit semester)
  • Fine Arts (½ credit semester)

12th Grade

  • English course (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Higher-level Math course (1 credit – done in 1 semester)
  • Personal Finance (½ credit semester)
  • Fine Arts (½ credit semester)
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ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Wasatch Learning Academy accepts students in grades K-8.
  • Student's do not need to live in the Wasatch County School District boundaries. Students are accepted from any area of the state of Utah.
  • Students may be accepted partway through the school year if openings become available.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in grades K-6 take three core courses:  Language Arts, Math, and Science. They also take one elective course per year.
  • Students in grades 7-8 take four core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. They also take two electives per semester (four electives per year).
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

MOUNTAIN PINE SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Mountain Pine School District accepts students in grades K-8
  • Students must reside in Garland County in Arkansas boundaries to participate in the Harmony program.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in grades K-8 take four core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies
  • Students in grades K-4 also take: Physical Activity
  • Students in grades 5-6 also take: Physical Activity and Computer Skills
  • Students in grades 7-8 also take: Physical Activity and Health/Nutrition
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Wasatch Connect accepts students in grades K-8.
  • Students are accepted from any area of the state of Utah.
  • Students may be accepted partway through the school year if openings become available.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in grades K-6 take 4 core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Wasatch Connect elementary students are not required to take an elective course. They may use their funding allocation to select elective courses, including Options Day.
  • Students in grades 7-8 take four core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. They also take two electives per semester (four electives per year).
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS

 

ENROLLMENT DETAILS
  • Iron County School District accepts students in grades K-10.
  • Students do not need to live in the Iron County School District boundaries to participate in the Harmony program. Students are accepted from any area of the state of Utah.
  • Student's may not register partway through the school year.
GRADE-LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Students in grades K-5 take three core courses:  Language Arts, Math, and Science. They also take one elective course per year.
  • Students in grades 6-8 take four core courses:  Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. They also take one elective per semester (2 elective courses per year).
  • Students in grades 9-10 take a total of four core and two elective courses each semester (4 elective courses per year). They work with their mentor to ensure that the courses they select will meet high school graduation requirements.
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Upon submission of an application, you may visit the Curriculum Orientation to learn more about each of the curriculum offerings available to students.
  • You'll also gain immediate access to the Harmony Orientation that will walk you through the details of the Harmony program.

“Harmony has been the perfect balance for my daughter who loves the challenge scholastically and loves to excel with her friends there. This is our third year with the program, and we love it!”
Heidi S.

“I am so grateful that my children have access to a wonderful program like Harmony Educational Services. We are so lucky to have this program available to us and I would recommend them to anyone.”
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“I now have the freedom to consider every curriculum no matter the cost. My children are older, and we have specific goals that Harmony helps us meet.”
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Frequently Asked Questions

What states do you operate in?
  • Arkansas
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Tennessee
  • Utah

To see a list of schools and the programs available in that school, please use the form above.

What grade levels does Harmony accept?
This is specific to each school. Generally, most schools accept students in Kindergarten through 8th grade; however, we work with a few schools that accept high school students. Use this form to select a school and then visit the “Additional Program Details” section to learn which grade levels are accepted at a school in your area.
Do you accept students part way through the year?
This is specific to each school. Use this form to select a school and then visit the “Additional Program Details” section to learn if the school allows students to enroll part way through the school year. 
What is required for enrollment?
  1. A parent account must be set up here.  And then add your children to your parent account here
  2. When asked, you must send in a birth certificate, immunization records or an immunization exemption form, and a proof of residency. Depending on the school your child is accepted into, these documents are either sent to the school’s online registration or submitted online here. Instructions will be provided after your child has been accepted and you have confirmed have their enrollment.
  3. You must fill out the specific school’s online registration or their registration packet. Instructions are provided upon acceptance, and your child’s next step is available on the enrollment dashboard.
  4. Each parent must complete the Harmony Orientation and the short orientation for their specific school.
  5. Each parent must complete their child’s course registration.
How can I see what step my child is on?
What kind of support can I expect?
Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or someone just starting the independent learning journey, having someone you can turn to when you need it comes with some peace of mind. You’ll be supported by mentors and certified teachers to ensure that your children have a wonderful educational experience.

Throughout the school year, our team of mentors and teachers provides support.

What is the role of the parent?
The parents manage their children’s  home education, acting as learning coaches for their children. This includes monitoring students as they complete assignments, motivating them to follow through and complete assignments, and helping their children progress through the curriculum. Parents also ensure that student work is completed and submitted on time.
When do I get assigned a mentor? How do I know who my mentor is?
A mentor is assigned after your child is fully enrolled. This means all documents have been submitted and the school’s online registration is finished. 

A mentor will then send an email with further information. Once your children are fully enrolled, you may also see the name of the mentor on your parent dashboard.

We just finished the enrollment process. What is the next step?
Now that you have completed enrollment, you can proceed to course registration. Please visit the green  “Start Here” tab on your parent dashboard and proceed through the steps outlined there.

You can also  click here to see a timeline of what to expect for each phase of getting fully registered and requesting educational resources.

I still have questions. Who can I contact?
You can contact us at (801) 471-0208 or via email at enrollment@harmonyed.com.

For questions after being fully enrolled: Please contact your mentor.


Harmony Educational Services

Phone: (801) 471-0208
485 South Main Street, Suite 102
Springville, UT 84663

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