Coronavirus Situation Update

Coronavirus

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 3:33 pm 4/20/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

Good afternoon.  I hope this email finds you and your family doing well.  Earlier today, Governor DeWine announced that our period of closure will continue through the end of the current school year.  For us, this means that our remote learning plan will continue through May 28, the end of our school year.  

 

Now that we know how the rest of this school year will progress, we will communicate with you in the near future on items that include the following:

 

- Alternative date(s), beginning in June, for commencement and prom. Whether we will be able to move forward with the alternate date(s) will be dependent on further guidance from our Governor;

- Details on refunds for items like spring sport participation fees; and

- A process, which will adhere to current safety measures and that will need to be approved by the Medina County Health Department, to allow students into our buildings to pick up personal belongings and to return items once the school year is over.

 

In the meantime, you can find information on the following topics by clicking each below:

 

Wadsworth Remote Learning Plan

Families Needing Internet Service at Home;  

Device Pick-Up or Problems

Previous Messages Detailing our Response to the Coronavirus Situation; and

WCS Grizzly Spirit Challenge, April 20-24.

 

In addition, our intention is to continue with food distribution each Tuesday and Friday through May from 10:30-11:00 a.m. at the following locations:

 

Franklin Elementary School (200 Takacs Drive)
Lincoln Elementary School (280 North Lyman Street)
The Salvation Army (527 College Street)
The Garage Ministry (126 North Pardee Street)
Wadsworth High School (625 Broad Street)

Weatherstone Club House (1100 Ledgestone Drive)

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your continued support of our school district. 

 

Andy Hill 

_________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 8:00 pm 4/2/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

Good evening.  I’m writing to share with you a web page we have created in an effort to provide a central location for general information you will need as we move forward with new learning, beginning on April 13.  The web page contains the following:

 
  • Guidelines that detail the expectations for new learning;

  • Instructional resources;

  • Technology resources;

  •  FAQ;

  • Wellness; and

  • Parent Information, including information for those needing Internet service at home and/or a student electronic device.

 

As you will see in the guidelines, our intention is for new learning to occur for the fourth quarter/continuation of the third trimester.  We have worked hard over the last few weeks to remove as many barriers to learning for students as we can (e.g. we passed out close to 1,000 electronic devices to elementary students and connected families without Internet to providers).  That said, we know that during this pandemic, many of you are faced with challenges that are more pressing than worrying about your child’s education through this alternative delivery method. Those challenges include:

 
  • Parent/Guardian(s) who are not home often, due to jobs that have them working on the front lines of this pandemic; 

  • Family members battling illness; and

  • Parent/Guardian(s) who have recently lost their job and are struggling to make ends meet.

 

While we know education is important, we recognize that there are other factors that take a priority during this time.  As a result, we have designed the guidelines to provide flexibility for our students. While our teachers will be grading assignments as they have done during the school year and assigning grades (where applicable), our intention is for overall grades during this period to be pass/no pass.  The exception to this will be for high school students or middle school students taking a high school course. These students will be able to choose between pass/no pass or the grade they have earned for the fourth quarter, if that grade will improve their final grade for the course and, as result, their grade point average.  The bottom line is we will be as flexible as we can be during this time.

 

If you have questions about the guidelines or other materials found on the Wadsworth Remote Learning Website, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your continued support of our school district.

 

Andy Hill

 

_________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 3:38 pm 3/30/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

Good afternoon.  Earlier today, Governor DeWine announced that he is extending our period of closure.  At this time, it is unclear if the extension runs through Thursday, April 30 or Friday, May 1; we will get clarification when the Order is signed and made public.  He also stated that a determination on what to do after the new deadline (April 30/May 1) will be made as the deadline gets closer.

 

With this news, and as I have shared in previous correspondence, we have been working on our plan to provide new learning, through alternative methods, to students beginning Monday, April 13 (enrichment activities continue through this week and the week of April 6-10 is our previously scheduled spring break).  We will share more information on our plan with you in the coming days.  

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org. Thank you for your continued support of our school district.

 

Andy Hill

_________________________
Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.
Superintendent
Wadsworth City School District
330-335-1301 (phone)
524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 5:35 pm 3/25/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

 

Good afternoon.  I'm writing to provide you with a few updates.

 
First, our enrichment learning activities for students are in full swing.  If you or your child have questions pertaining to the enrichment activities, please email your child's teacher(s) and/or building principal.
 
Second, in an effort to better comply with our Governor's recent Orders and minimize the exposure of all involved, we will be changing our food distribution process.  Starting next week, we will deliver bags of food on Tuesday and Friday, including our spring break week (April 6-10).  The deliveries will occur at the same six (6) locations (see below) between 10:30-11:00 a.m. The waiver we received from our state allows us to provide multiple days of food in each bag, so students will receive the same amount of food they have been receiving over the course of the week.  
 
Third, if your child experiences problems with his/her school-issued electronic device (Chromebook/iPad), please email techhelp@wadsworthschools.org.  If it is determined that your child needs a new device, we will swap out the device on Monday and Thursday's between 9:00-10:00 a.m. and 5:00-6:00 p.m. at the Charles R. Parsons Administration Building (524 Broad St.).  Devices will also be available during the said times for those in preschool through sixth grade who have not previously borrowed a device.  As with our device pick up this past Monday, you are asked to stay in your car and drive up by the main entrance of the building; assistance will then be provided.
 
Finally, while some of the jobs completed by our school district staff fall into the essential duty category defined in our Governor's recent Order, all of our buildings are closed.  Our staff is working from remote locations, except when an essential job cannot be completed from the remote location.  This decision was made in an effort to comply with what our Governor has asked citizens of our state to do.  Even though our buildings are not open, we remain readily accessible to meet your needs.  Please continue to call our building's main telephone lines (listed below) and/or email our employees: you will receive a timely response.  
 
If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your continued support of our school district.
 
Andy Hill
 
Telephone Number for Each School Building:
 

Franklin Elementary School (330-335-1470)

Isham Elementary School (330-335-1440)

Lincoln Elementary School (330-335-1460)

Overlook Elementary School (330-335-1420)

Valley View Elementary School (330-335-1430)

Central Intermediate School (330-335-1480)

Wadsworth Middle School (330-335-1410)

Wadsworth High School (330-335-1400)

 

Food Bag Distribution Locations:

 

Franklin Elementary School (200 Takacs Drive)
Lincoln Elementary School (280 North Lyman Street)
The Salvation Army (527 College Street)
The Garage Ministry (126 North Pardee Street)
Wadsworth High School (625 Broad Street)
Weatherstone Club House (1100 Ledgestone Drive)

_________________________
Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.
Superintendent
Wadsworth City School District
330-335-1301 (phone)
524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 6:41 pm 3/22/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

I'm writing this evening to share changes in tomorrow’s scheduled device pick up as a result of the Stay At Home Order announced by our Governor earlier today (to view the order, please click here).  While the Order and subsequent communication with our county Health Commissioner will allow for device pick up to occur tomorrow, there are changes we will need to make to reduce the chance of people congregating.  
 

If your child needs an electronic device to access our alternative education plan, as detailed in my March 18 communication to you, devices will be available at Franklin, Isham, Lincoln, Overlook and Valley View Elementary Schools and Central Intermediate School tomorrow between 9:00-11:00 a.m. and 5:00-7:00 p.m. If you are picking up a device, we ask that you use the normal drop off/pick up traffic line at your child's building, a device will be brought to you. None of our buildings will be open to retrieve other items, as it is not possible for us to ensure there won’t be congregating if we were to allow this.

 

Finally, at this time, the Order continues to allow for food distribution according to the plan we implemented last week.  If anything changes with this plan, we will communicate it with you.


If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your help in ensuring our community is complying with the Orders announced by our Governor and for your continued support of our school district.

_________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 1:28 pm 3/18/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>
 

Good afternoon.  I hope this email finds you doing well.  I’m writing to you today to share our plan for student learning during the current closure period (through April 12 for us due to our spring break, which is the week of April 6). 
 

I want to start by thanking you for your patience as we have attempted to work through the guidance provided by our Governor’s Office, The Ohio Department of Education and the Federal Department of Education.  What has become apparent is that due to this unprecedented time, the guidance continues to evolve and different entities have different opinions on what it means and how schools should respond. We have taken the approach that we will follow the guidance provided by our Governor, both the Federal and Ohio Departments of Education, The Ohio Department of Health and the Medina County Health Department.  While the continual changes in guidance as it relates to schools is frustrating, we have to remember, as I was reminded yesterday, that the priority of those making decisions at the state level is on the health and well-being of everyone in our state. Education is only one (1) component of the many entities looking for guidance, and as time progresses, I’m certain more concrete guidance will be provided.  In case you are interested, I have linked below the guidance documents we are relying upon to make decisions.
 

Our Governor has stated that “During this extended period of closure, schools should work to provide education through alternative means.”
 

As we worked to create our initial student learning plan, we had to take the following into consideration:
 

  • Special education responsibilities (as identified in the guidance documents linked below);

  • Students’ ability to access online materials at home;

  • Students’ access to a device (preschool through 6th grade); and

  • Concerns with materials (e.g. papers) being passed back and forth for grading, as scientists believe that the Coronavirus can live on paper products for a number of days.

 

As a result of all of this, our plan for the current closure period is as follows:
 

  • All teachers and other certified employees will provide weekly meaningful enrichment activities based upon learning that has already occurred prior to the closure, beginning no later than Tuesday, March 24 (this excludes the week of April 6, the previously scheduled spring break);

  • Each teacher or other certified employee will determine the method of distribution (e.g. Google Classroom, email to parent/guardian(s) or students, etc.).;

  • While a teacher or other certified employee can have students return the enrichment activities electronically if he/she chooses to, no grades will be issued for the work; and

  • All teachers and other certified employees will be available during work hours Monday through Friday to answer questions from you or your child(ren) via email.  Please keep in mind that responses may not be instantaneous.

 

For those with children in preschool through sixth grade, if your child does not have a device at home (or a device that will allow him/her to easily complete schoolwork) and needs to borrow one from us, please complete this survey.  While we do not have an answer for families without Internet service at home, we are encouraged by the “Keep Americans Connected Pledge,” and we will continue to monitor it to see how it may help us locally.  Parent/Guardian(s) who do not have Internet access at home are asked to contact me directly at ahill@wadsworthschools.org at 330-335-1300.

 

Our plan is to have each of our school buildings open on Monday, March 23 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. and 5:00-7:00 p.m. to allow you to pick up items your child needs that he/she left at school and/or to pick up a device if your child needs to borrow one.  The Medina County Health Department has told us it is okay to offer this opportunity, but it is imperative if you stop by a school during this time, that you practice social distancing and get in/out of the building as soon as possible.

 

It is also important for you to know that we continue to work through what our alternative student learning plan will look like if the current period of closure is extended.  While I have no insight into the decisions being made by our Governor, listening to his press conferences, reviewing the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and watching how other states are responding (Kansas has closed their schools for the rest of the academic school year), we have to be prepared to provide new, meaningful learning to our students if the closure period is extended and the stated goal of the Governor remains that we should “provide education through alternative means.”  We will continue to monitor the daily developments in our state and make local decisions based upon them. If the current conditions implemented by the Governor remain in place and the only change is the period of closure is extended, our revised plan will include how we move forward with new learning, the issuance of grades, etc.  

 

While I’m certain that my message today will be received with mixed reviews by our community, I assure you the decisions detailed above were made in an effort to take into account the well-being of all involved, the needs of all of our students and the guidance that schools need to follow to remain in compliance with the numerous laws required of us.  There is no perfect system we can create that balances the interests of each of these areas. And, as I have written before, I ask that you continue to provide patience and flexibility to all involved as we work together through this very unique time. 

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at ahill@wadsworthschools.org or at 330-335-1300.  

 

Andy Hill

 

Guidance Documents:
 

Director’s Order

Ohio Department of Education Frequently Asked Questions

Federal Department of Education Questions and Answers on Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak

Federal Department of Education Fact Sheet: Impact of COVID-19 on Assessments and Accountability under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
 

Federal Department of Education Fact Sheet: Addressing the Risk of COVID-19 in Schools While Protecting the Civil Rights of Students


________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 3:57 pm 3/16/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>
 

The Wadsworth City School District will begin the distribution of food bags to our students on Tuesday, March 17.  Our goal is to distribute bags Monday through Friday during our period of closure, provided guidance from the CDC, Ohio Department of Health, Medina County Health Department and Governor allows for such a service to continue.  

Our initial plan is to deliver bags to the following locations:

- Franklin Elementary School (200 Takacs Drive)
- Lincoln Elementary School (280 North Lyman Street)
- The Salvation Army (527 College Street)
- The Garage Ministry (126 North Pardee Street)
- Wadsworth High School (625 Broad Street)
- Weatherstone Club House (1100 Ledgestone Drive)

Bags will be available at each location from 10:30-11:00 a.m. each day.  Each bag will include a lunch and a breakfast.  While one (1) family member may pick up a bag for each student in his/her family, we will need the name of each student a bag is being taken for to remain in compliance with both federal and state rules.  No student will be denied a bag.  In an effort to comply with current recommendations, the bags will be distributed outside of each location and we ask that the social distancing guideline of six (6) feet be followed.

In an effort to help us plan, we ask if you would please fill out the survey, which can be found by clicking the link below.  Your response will remain anonymous.
 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeT6I55lKvtm11QKOAg3dueLGnb8uzCHuumjdBRJmthVR5AqA/viewform

 

Andy Hill

________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 4:03 pm 3/15/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>
 

Good afternoon.  As our current situation continues to change and guidance becomes clearer for the plans we will develop (e.g. food for students and alternative education), our goal will be to provide you regular updates. I'm writing today to provide a few updates on items that have changed since my last correspondence on Friday (3/13).
 

First, we have received information on how our school district can apply for a waiver for us to continue to provide lunch to students during the period of closure.   We are actively working on the application and we hope to have a plan in place that we can share with you early this upcoming week. In the meantime, there are a few community agencies that are providing food to students as well (there may be more that we are not aware of. If there are, please send me the information and we will share it).  You can learn more about the details for each below. I’ve also attached a document (click here view document) that lists local food pantries and support services in Medina County. This list was provided by Feeding Medina County.
 

Second, our school counselors have asked me to share with you links to information that has been provided by the American School Counselors Association. The links are as follows:

Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource, National Association of School Psychologists

Talking to Kids about the Coronavirus, Child Mind Institute

Coping with Stress During Infection Disease Outbreaks, SAMHSA

 

Finally, I am also including the message from Mr. Daniel Slife, Director of the Wadsworth Public Library, that was shared last evening (see below).  I’m sharing this because I know many of you utilize the services of our outstanding public library.
 

If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your continued support of our school district.
 

Andy Hill

 

Options for Food

The Garage Ministry (126 N. Pardee St. Wadsworth)

Attention Wadsworth families on the free/ reduced lunch program...

 

Free packed lunches will be available at Garage Ministry

126 N Pardee St  Wadsworth,

Monday AND Tuesday, March 16th AND 17th...at least! We are prepared to do more days if needed. Pick up will start at noon and end at one...or until we run out. PLEASE just pick up the amount you need for each day! We are filling in the gap until the schools announce how and when they will take over. We will help fill in the smaller gaps (such as family meal bags) once the schools take over!

 

Pick up of lunches will be in front of Garage cafe. If it's not raining, we will have them ready to hand you through the car window.

 

We may be able to deliver if you absolutely CANNOT get to the garage. Call me or text me to try to arrange that. Laurie Beal 330 472 5063

 

We are accepting donations of bread, peanut butter,  jelly, cereal bars, apples, oranges, cookies, individually bagged chips, cheese sticks, fruit cups, individual applesauce cups or mixed fruit. Also paper lunch bags and zip sandwich bags.

 

Thank you to the MANY people making this happen!

Drop-offs of donations will be collected at Garage Sunday, March 15th from 2 pm to 3 pm in the cafe or any day at Bear Cave drive-thru, across from Tailgators!

 

We understand this grassroots effort isn't perfect! Thank you, in advance, for grace as we try to fill this gap and feed kiddos!

 

We also have an onsite "Give and Take box" for food items and hygiene items... great spot to share extras or pick up some necessities!

 

Any questions?

Please contact

Garage Ministry Director

Laurie Beal

330 472 5063

 

Kids Lunch Stock Up at the Salvation Army 

 

The Salvation Army, 527 College Street, will be offering lunch foods to families in need during the state-mandated schools shut down.  

 

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, if you are a family who relies on school lunches/breakfast for your children please feel welcome to come to The Salvation Army and pick up bagged food for your children to help combat the need.  Families will be welcome to come once per week while our supply lasts. This is NOT a normal monthly pantry appointment, rather an additional service to combat this need. No appointment necessary, please drop by anytime between the hours of 9:30 am and 3:30 pm. Please bring a photo ID.

 

If you would like to donate food items for the Salvation Army food bags, please drop them off at Valley Cafe, 101 High Street, and Dolce, 123 Broad Street. 

 

Please call 330) 335-2327 or visit the Wadsworth Salvation Army Facebook page for more information.

 

Feeding Medina County Food Bag Distribution

 

Feeding Medina County will have a free food distribution for Medina County residents on Thursday, March 19th, starting at 7:30 am at the Medina County Fairgrounds. Please bring your picture ID, PLEASE STAY IN YOUR CAR.  A Feeding Medina County representative will come to you to get your information and provide you with food. We are avoiding the usual crowd in the community building to be in compliance with Governor DeWine's directives. We are working on trying to get other distributions but have not been able to finalize anything more at this time.

 

For more information, call (330) 421-4816.

 

Wadsworth Public Library Announcement

 

Tonight I write to you with a heavy heart to inform you that Wadsworth Public Library will be closing until April 5, 2020, effective the close of business Saturday, March 14, as a measure of caution in the interest of public safety. This decision was made for the health and safety of our community in response to the Ohio Department of Health's recommendations.

Please understand that we do not make this decision lightly. Throughout the duration of this crisis, we have aimed to remain open as long as possible. However, the combined factors of rapidly escalating confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the closing of other public libraries in our immediate region work together to increase the risks associated with maintaining operations. As people travel from other communities to Wadsworth Public Library, the likelihood of community transmission increases for our public.

As a result, we are taking the following actions:

•Loan periods for all items will be extended until April 10. Please continue to enjoy your materials.

•All late fees will be forgiven.

During our closure, we will increase expenditures on digital resources, including e-books, e-audiobooks, streaming video and music. Beginning next week, we will increase the monthly allotment of downloads from Hoopla and Kanopy, the Library's streaming media platforms. Please stay tuned to our website and social media pages for more information.

We thank you for your understanding and support during this unprecedented time, and we wish you and your family good health as we work together as a community to weather this storm.

Sincerely,

Daniel Slife, Director


________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 4:30 pm 3/13/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

 

Good afternoon.  I’m writing to provide you with an update on our plan for the immediate future while we wait for clarification and guidance from the Governor and/or the Ohio Department of Education on a few issues.

As I shared yesterday, due to the length of the closure, our intention would be to provide some type of alternative education to your child during the period of closure.  Before we can begin to plan the alternative education, we are waiting for guidance from the Ohio Department of Education on a few questions.  The answers we receive have the potential to significantly influence what we are able to offer.  As soon as we receive the guidance (which we expect in the near future) and have a chance to work through the information with our team, we will provide you with an update on our plan.

As a reminder, today was the last day of school for students until Monday, April 13.  Just to be clear, as there was some confusion in my message yesterday as it related to the Governor’s mandatory closing date, there will be no school on Monday, March 16.  Our return date of April 13 could change (to a later date) depending on the Governor’s assessment of the Coronavirus situation.  If the Governor were to change the date, we will communicate this with you.  

We are also waiting for guidance from the Ohio Department of Education on the flexibility they will allow in the operation of our free and reduced lunch program.  Provided the guidance permits us to offer some type of food service during the period of closure, we intend to do so.  Once we receive and review the guidance, we will communicate with you our food service plan.

If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your continued patience and support of our school district.

 

Andy Hill

________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281

 

 

<<Message from our Superintendent Dr. Hill 6:28 pm 3/12/2020 regarding the coronavirus situation>>

 

Good evening.  As I shared earlier today, our Governor has closed all schools in Ohio for a period of three (3) weeks, starting at the end of the school day on Monday (3/16).  He shared that he would assess the situation during the closure to determine if additional time is needed. While there are many things we will need to wait for clarification on from the Ohio Department of Health, the Governor, and the Ohio Department of Education, our current plan is as follows:

 

  • We will remain open for school tomorrow (3/13).   While many are questioning why we would stay open tomorrow, we believe that doing so will allow our students to take home materials they may need for the extended period they will be away from school and it will also give you additional time to find childcare.  If you are not comfortable sending your child to school tomorrow, you should keep him/her at home. If you choose to keep your child at home, please remember to notify your child’s school. 

 

  • We will not have school on Monday (3/16).  

 

  • Provided the Governor does not extend the mandatory closure, we will reopen with students on Monday, April 13 (our scheduled spring break is the week of April 6).

 

  • All school-related activities (including athletic practices) and building rentals will be canceled starting March 13 through when we are able to reopen.

 

  • Once we receive clarification from Columbus on different items and work through those details, we will communicate with you our plan to provide an alternative education to your child during the period of closure.

 

These are unprecedented times and there are many details that we will need to work through during the upcoming days.  I appreciate your patience as we work through the details and I promise to provide regular communication to you as updates become available. 


If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.  Thank you for your continued support of our school district.

 

Andy Hill

________________________

Andrew J. Hill, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Wadsworth City School District

330-335-1301 (phone)

524 Broad St. 
Wadsworth, OH 44281





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