Thursday, December 22, 2016

Holiday Message from Superintendent Glover

Superintendent’s Holiday Open House

District Office Staff Attending the Superintendent's Holiday Open House
On Tuesday, December 20, I hosted a Holiday Open House for District Office employees to come together and enjoy a cup of cheer and some breakfast treats before we all head in many different directions later this week. I appreciated hearing the stories of plans for holiday merriment and time spent together with loved ones. Our District Office staff is committed to the betterment of our District and the welfare of our students.

District Office Holiday Luncheon

A Sampling of the Gifts District Office Staff Donated for Needy GUHSD Families
The staff in the district office held its annual holiday party on Thursday, December 22. The annual highlight included a performance by the Advanced Ensemble of the Grossmont Red Robe Choir, under the direction of Dr. Ed Basilio.

It was a fun event, made even more meaningful by the generous donations of our staff. Again this year, several families in need were selected from within our GUHSD family of schools and staff purchased clothing, gift cards, bikes and toys. After the holiday luncheon, the gifts were delivered to the families.

The luncheon itself was overseen by our talented Food Services Director, Vince Scimone and his staff. The meal was underwritten by the Superintendent’s Cabinet.

This act of combined generosity, along with all the many wonderful donation programs occurring at our school sites, embodies the true holiday spirit. I’m blessed to lead this dedicated and compassionate team.

To all GUHSD Faculty, Staff, & Administration,

I am taking this opportunity to extend a heartfelt thank you for the warm welcome that I have received over the past six months. The Grossmont Union High School District is a wonderful place to call home, and that is largely a result of the dedicated people who work here. I have had the pleasure of getting to know many of you, and I will continue my commitment to connect as often as I can with those of you doing the critically important work on our campuses.

We have much to be proud of in our schools. Our students are accomplishing great things, and our teachers are working collaboratively to deliver quality instruction for our students. The recent passage of Measure BB, will expand the effort to bring better facilities that support our academic program.

I wish each and every one of you a happy holiday. I hope you will take time to rest and enjoy your families over this well-deserved break.

Classes resume on Monday, January 9. See you next year!

~Tim Glover

Friday, December 16, 2016

What's New in GUHSD

Swearing In

New Trustees Chris Fite and Elva Salinas after being Sworn In by Dr. Glover & Student Representative Daevionne Beasley
The recent GUHSD school board election resulted in the election of two new board members, Chris Fite (District 1) and Elva Salinas (District 2). They were sworn in at our Governing Board Meeting on Thursday, December, 15.

Student Representative to the Board Daevionne Beasley and I had the pleasure of performing the Administration of Oath to our new trustees. Afterward, we officially welcomed our new trustees to the Grossmont Union High School District with a brief reception and refreshments.

Also at the December organizational meeting, the GUHSD school board re-elected Robert Shield to serve as President. President Shield reaffirmed his continued commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of our students as he leads the Board through 2017. The Board also re-elected Dr. Gary Woods as Vice President and Jim Kelly as Clerk for the next year.

At the November 15 meeting we also thanked our outgoing Trustees Jim Stieringer, who joined the Board in 2012, and Priscilla Schreiber, who began serving in 2000, for their service on the Board. Both receive a clock commemorating their years of service.

Valhalla Performs in Hawaii to Honor Pearl Harbor Survivors

Valhalla Band and Color Guard
History came alive for Valhalla band director Carl Reed and nearly 70 students in Valhalla High School’s marching band and color guard. They spent a week in Hawaii to participate in a parade on December 7, the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The musicians performed American anthems, “Bravura” and a drum cadence.

Students had the opportunity to talk with veterans who were present during the attack, performed a concert at the USS Missouri, and also toured the USS Arizona, the Polynesian Cultural Center, a macadamia nut farm and the Dole pineapple factory.

Valhalla was the only California band in the parade. We're very proud of Valhalla's representation on behalf of our school district and state.

December Camp LEAD

El Capitan Students and Staff at Camp Lead
Nearly 100 GUHSD students and 30 staff, deputies from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and 12 guide team members participated in Camp LEAD (Leadership, Education and Development) from December 9 - 11, in Pine Valley. San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob was present to observe the successful program.

The three-day, two-night leadership and human relations development program provides an engaging and interactive learning environment where participants gain heightened interpersonal and personal-awareness skills.

During the program, students and staff members come together to explore personal beliefs, challenge their biases and attain a better understanding of others. After attending camp, many students are inspired to make more positive choices for themselves and to serve as change-agents within their schools and communities.

Camp LEAD empowers students to "be the change they want to see in the world" and opens their minds to new ideas, perspectives and cultures.

Grossmont Students win Congressional App Challenge

Grossmont High School's App Challenge Winners
Over 2,150 students from 123 school districts participated in the 2016 Congressional App Challenge.

Grossmont High School's AP Computer Science students Christina Munoz, Angelica Ramirez and Kyle Trusso won the Congressional App challenge by building an Android homework tracker application. They have been invited to Washington, DC to participate in the #HOUSEOFCODE event in Washington, DC next Spring.

The link to their App’s demonstration video is available here.

El Cajon Valley Photography Student Volunteers for Help-Portrait

El Cajon Valley Student Photographer Juan Llamas
Third-year El Cajon Valley Arts, Media and Entertainment/Photography (AME) pathway student Juan Llamas served as a photographer on December 3, 2016, for the Help-Portrait Project at the Veterans Village of San Diego.

Help-Portrait was founded by celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart and Kyle Chowning in 2008. Its mission is to empower photographers, hairstylists and makeup artists to use their skills, tools and expertise to give back to their local community.

Each December, photographers, hairstylists and makeup artists all around the world will find people in need, take their picture, print their picture and then deliver it—free of charge.
This year, the photography subjects are veterans battling addiction, often photographed with their families. 

The link to the slide show is available here.

Health Occupations Center Students Participate in Mass Casualty Drill

Health Occupations Center Students Participate in Mock Casualty Drill
Creating real-world scenarios to enhance student learning is a strong component of any Career Technical Education program.

On Thursday, December 1, the Health Occupations Center (HOC) ran a drill simulating a Mass Casualty Incident (MCI).  A “Mass Casualty” is when a large number of people have been in a traumatic situation needing medical triage and treatment. This drill was conducted by HOC’s Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program but involved HOC students from various medical classes who volunteered to be “patients.” They were artfully made up to look like they had broken bones, lacerations, been impaled, were bleeding profusely, etc.

As the drill began, the EMT students responded appropriately to all the injuries and transported patients to the make-shift “hospital” where the Vocational Nursing students acted as hospital staff.  One of our business partners, Balboa Ambulance, brought an ambulance to campus to further add to the simulation.  In the end, over 100 HOC students were engaged in several aspects of the Mass Casualty Drill.  This vital training will improve student achievement while also providing the practical experience needed to be successful in the healthcare field.

CTE Cosmetology and Barbering Pathway Students Apply Skills

Monte Vista CTE Cosmetology & Barbering Pathway Teacher Angie Trujillo with Students
On Sunday December 4, students from the Mount Miguel and Monte Vista CTE Cosmetology and Barbering Pathway partnered with California Hair Design, a local beauty college, and Rady Children's Hospital at Monte Vista High School to kick off the holiday season with an electric display of "Toys on Parade." Students, utilizing skills they learned in the pathway, brought some of their favorite toys to life.

This student showcase represents how students can be creative with hair, makeup, and fashion, and they applied their skills in an effort to help the community by collecting toys for kids. Cosmetology and Barbering Pathway teachers and professional hairdressers Michelle Munoz and Angie Trujillo, provided their students with this engaging event which is a great example of what is possible when core education combines with career readiness. 

Crystal Noblin Named Second Quarter Outstanding Classified Employee

Governing Board Recognition of Crystal Noblin
At the Governing Board meeting on Thursday, December 15, Crystal Noblin was recognized as the Second Quarter Outstanding Classified Employee for 2016-2017. Ms. Noblin serves the Grossmont District as a Bus Dispatcher in the Transportation Department.  She is recognized for being highly motivated and dedicated, her volunteer work using her expertise as a State Certified School Bus Trainer to smaller districts that don’t have a State Certified Trainer, and for earning the utmost respect from local governmental agencies including the El Cajon PD and CHP. Thank you for going “the extra mile.”

Classified employees provide critical support to the District’s overall mission. Congratulations, Crystal Noblin, on being selected as the Second Quarter Outstanding Classified Employee of 2016-2017!

In closing, I share with you a few more Board recognitions that showcase the athletic prowess of our talented students and the quality of our community partnerships:

El Capitan Girls Volleyball Team - Division III Champions

Granite Hills Girls Tennis Team - Division III Champions

Helix Charter Boys Varsity Water Polo - Division III Champions

Recognition of Prop. BB Campaign Committee Leaders Lisa Stewart, Dick Hoy & Steve Devan

Dr. Tim Glover

Friday, December 9, 2016

What's New in GUHSD

Measure BB Passes with 60% Voter Approval

On Thursday, December 8, the San Diego County Registrar certified the results of the November 8 election. Measure BB for our East County High Schools passed with a 60% yes vote. 

I thank the taxpayers for their generous and continued support of appropriate facilities designed to prepare our students for college and careers. In the coming weeks/months we will be communicating with you regarding the next steps for efficiently putting the bond dollars to work improving our schools. 

This will include:

Finalizing project planning with each school site
Naming the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee
Selling the first round of bonds
Completion of design on the first group of projects
Bidding and awarding of construction contracts

Stay tuned! 

Valhalla Hosts Freshmen S.O.S. (Seeking Out Success) Week

Link Crew Leaders Offer Freshmen Tips on How to Succeed in their Classes at Valhalla
The Counseling Department at Valhalla High School recently hosted their annual Freshmen S.O.S. Week, dedicated to supporting and encouraging the Freshmen class to seek out success. Seeking Out Success (S.O.S.) is a weeklong event that addresses the three counseling domains: academic development, career development and social/emotional development.

Link Crew Leaders helped kick off the week on November 14 by delivering candy grams and a schedule of the week’s events to all ninth-grade students. On Tuesday, counselors delivered classroom lessons focused on career exploration through the utilization of Career Cruising and hosted a ninth-grade parent night where they provided parents with an overview of the week’s events and discussed a variety of tools and resources available to help support their students.

Wednesday was focused on social/emotional development, including a schoolwide assembly by Rachel’sChallenge, which promotes a culture of kindness and compassion as a means to improving school climate. Link Crew Leaders returned on Thursday to help implement Academic Day. Student leaders facilitated a variety of mini workshops focused on short- and long-term goal setting and academic planning. 

In addition, all ninth graders were individually photographed wearing a cap and gown to inspire them to think about graduation and their future. To wrap up the week, inspirational speaker and former Chargers running back Terrell Fletcher addressed the students. He shared stories of personal persistence and triumph and encouraged them to stay focused on reaching their goals.

Thanks are extended to the students and staff at Valhalla who helped to make this event a success for our students.

Automotive Industry Open House at Monte Vista

Mark Clifton (Clifton Mercedes) and Eric Lund (East County Chamber) Observe our Auto Students
A dozen Automotive Industry members got a workforce development boost at an Open House on Tuesday, November 15, at Monte Vista High School and Cuyamaca College’s Automotive Technology Departments. The joint event was hosted by the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Mike Fleming, the Automotive Instructor for Monte Vista High School, to showcase the facilities, programs, and students. Thanks are extended to the many attendees who signed up to become guest speakers, host mock interviews, offer job shadows, discuss internships, and join the advisory board.

Monte Vista High School has 180 students in the Automotive Career Pathway program, and Cuyamaca College has close to 300 students in this program. Nineteen students participated in the open house by performing auto tech demonstrations on vehicles during the open house. Some of these demonstrations included working on head gaskets, alignment, oil changes, differential, tires, and brakes.

El Cajon Valley Hosts Foothills Secondary Council PTA Holiday Dinner

GUHSD Trustees, PTA Leaders and Staff Enjoyed a Delicious Student-Prepared Meal in the Wigwam
On Tuesday, December 6, the Foothills Secondary Council PTA held its annual Holiday Dinner in El Cajon Valley’s Wigwam restaurant.

Culinary Arts teacher Christine Baptista’s students spent more than a week planning and prepping for the evening event. The dinner that we enjoyed that evening was truly delicious and the hospitality was superb. After the meal students shared their respective roles in meal preparation and execution. I thank Foothills Council PTA President Lisa Stewart for hosting the event at the Wigwam to highlight our talented students and facilities.

The Wigwam is the only student-staffed restaurant in the district. The Restaurant Services Pathway is in the Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreation Industry sector and is a two-year sequenced CTE pathway consisting of Restaurant Services and Restaurant Management. Students learn about restaurant and culinary occupations, develop culinary skills, create recipes, prepare for the Food Handler’s Card test, visit professional kitchens and culinary venues, and learn how to apply these new skills in their future careers. 

Our students are obtaining invaluable experience in the Wigwam restaurant as well as through school and community catering events that support students learning skills in an authentic setting.

Academic League: Battle of Santee

Santee's Varsity Academic League Team with Coach Becky Short
In Academic League news, of special note this week was the Santana at West Hills Varsity match where the winner won the right to display the Santee City Council's Perpetual Trophy for a year.

The West Hills’ science lecture hall was the location of the match, where it was determined in a score of 95 - 32, that Santana’s Varsity team earned the right to display the perpetual Santee City Council Trophy this year.

On hand to present the trophy on behalf of the Santee City Council was Council Member Rob McNelis. Also present was Wolf Pack principal Robin Ballarin. Congratulations to these two Santee teams for their impressive intellect and sportsmanship.

East Region Adult Education Consortium Hosts Field Trips to Community Colleges

Adult School Students Learn About Opportunities at Grossmont College
One of the East Region Adult Education Consortium's objectives is to open higher education doors and facilitate smooth transitions to college for adult students. On October 28 and November 4, field trips to both Grossmont and Cuyamaca Colleges provided a unique, explorative way to learn about college opportunities.

More than forty students toured the campuses, listened to presentations from different certificate and academic departments, learned about different student support services, student organizations, and financial aid opportunities. Students from all major Grossmont Adult Education programs participated: English as a Second Language, Health and Medical Career Training, High School Equivalency and High School Diploma Preparation. Some of the students had just started in September, while others will be finishing their high school program next Spring and graduate in May.

These trips would not have come to fruition without support from GUHSD's transportation department and the respective college outreach teams. Bimonthly field trips are planned for the future. We thank our Grossmont Adult Ed teachers and staff for encouraging students to participate and the Consortium's transition services team for co-organizing and facilitating the events.

More information on East Region Adult Education is available here.

Student Art on Display at Mission Trails Visitor Center Gallery

IDEA Center Student Art on Display at the Mission Trails Visitor Center Gallery
The work of student artists from Grossmont, IDEA, Monte Vista, Mount Miguel, Steele Canyon, Valhalla, and West Hills High Schools is on display at the Visitor Center Gallery at Mission Trails Regional Park. The "Natural Views" art exhibition will be on display through January 6, 2017, in the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center Art Gallery. The public is also invited to a free reception hosted by the artists on Saturday, December 10, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

You’re Invited: IDEA Center Student Showcase on December 16

On Friday, December 16, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., IDEA Center High School is holding an open house to showcase student presentations structured in the format of a gallery walk.

Presentations will include:

12th Grade Humanities - IDEA Center "Shark Tank"
11th Grade Humanities - Top Chef Meets US History
Math - Probabilities and Addiction
Culinary - Gingerbread Houses
Biology - Outbreak at IDEA!
Chemistry - Carbon Dioxide and Your Car
Art, Construction and so much more!

You are invited for all or part of the day. IDEA Center High School is located at 1600 North Cuyamaca Street in El Cajon.

Save the Date: 12th Annual East County Young Men’s Leadership Conference on 1/21

Mount Miguel High School will host its 12th Annual East County Young Men’s Leadership Conference on Saturday, January 21, 2017, from 8:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The conference is open to all young men in grades 6 – 12 throughout San Diego County. The goal is to motivate, support and encourage them to effect positive change in their lives through self-empowerment and wise decision-making. More information is available here.

Dr. Tim Glover

Friday, December 2, 2016

What's New in GUHSD

Hundreds Enjoy Band & Color Guard Performances

The 2016 Annual District Fall Showcase
Hundreds of family members and band supporters were entertained on the evening of Thursday, November 17, from the stands at Monte Vista High School's football field as marching bands and color guards from GUHSD high schools performed routines in the annual District Fall Showcase.

The evening began with all the GUHSD marching bands playing the national anthem and the Mt Miguel JROTC presenting the colors. This was followed by a succession of all the district high school marching bands playing excerpts from their repertoires. Our student musicians and color guard members dazzled the crowd.

I had the pleasure of directing a massed band performance of all schools in the grand finale. I like to think my directing of "Livin on a Prayer" made the piece sound wonderful, but we all know it was our talented students.

The evening provided the audience with a look at the musical prowess and skill of our marching bands and color guards as the football season draws to a close.

I extend special thanks to our District Band Directors and the parents of the Parent Music Advocacy Group (PMAG) who make this annual event such a success!

El Capitan FFA Chapter Receives Numerous Honors

El Capitan High School FFA Chapter
It's been a very eventful couple of months for the El Capitan FFA Chapter according to student reporter Conner Watson. He shared that first- and second-year members earned Greenhand and Chapter FFA degrees, and they were honored with a potluck at the Lakeside Rodeo Hall. Additionally, a select group of students attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.

At the National Conference, 12 of El Capitan’s FFA members received their American Degree, the highest award in the FFA, which only .04% of members receive. Along with those outstanding accomplishments, President and Vice-President Blake Jackson and Anne Signore were chosen to be two out of the 38 delegates representing California (over 100 applicants).

Former El Capitan FFA President, Dustin Suttles, was selected to be a national finalist after being awarded as the California State winner for agriculture mechanics design & fabrication. At National Convention, Dustin was recognized for his amazing work and achievements on stage in front of thousands of FFA members. 

It was a distinct honor to have our El Capitan chapter recognized at the national level and to showcase what our students and chapter are capable of. The El Capitan FFA Chapter provides opportunities for its members to explore their horizons through agriculture based projects and experiences to develop a sense of leadership, meaning, and purpose.

Santana Culinary Arts Students Participate in Industry Tour

Santana Culinary Arts students observe Mom's art of making apple pie
On Thursday, November 10, the Culinary Arts class at Santana High School, under the guidance of Donna Small, went to Mom's Apple Pie House in Julian on an Industry Tour.

"Mom" Anita Nichols started her pie business in 1984 in a small storefront with seating for two. Today Anita has 40 employees and two Julian locations. "Mom" guided the students on the tour of the processing facility and discussed starting the business and how it has changed over the past 30+ years.  The class observed the apple pie baking process from cold storage of the apples, to the peeling and coring machine, to crust making, filling, topping and finally baking.

The grand conclusion on the tour was a slice of apple pie hot from the oven. This industry tour exposed the students to how one individual can start a successful business from a family recipe and hard work in the culinary field. Thanks, “Mom,” for the wonderful learning experience for our students and for your delicious pies!

Eric Paredes Save A Life Health Screening Event – 12/4

The Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation is hosting a free heart screening event on December 4, at Monte Vista High School for individuals ages 12 – 24, from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Parents do not need to be present, but are required to complete and sign the parent consent/screening packet that is available online. More details are available here:

Save the Date: 12th Annual East County Young Men’s Leadership Conference on 1/21

Mount Miguel High School will host its 12th Annual East County Young Men’s Leadership Conference on Saturday, January 21, 2017, from 8:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Presenters will include esteemed educators, professionals, and college students as well as community activists, who spend a day sharing their expertise. Workshops and breakout sessions by prominent educators and professionals will provide an innovative and engaging atmosphere for those in attendance.

The conference is open to all young men in grades 6 – 12 throughout San Diego County. The goal is to motivate, support and encourage them to effect positive change in their lives through self-empowerment and wise decision-making.

For more information on how to sponsor or attend the free conference, please contact Mike Love at

Dr. Tim Glover

Friday, November 18, 2016

What's New in GUHSD

El Capitan Global Language and Leadership Program Receives Excellence in Innovation Award

El Capitan is honored along with partners from the Lakeside School District, Tierra del Sol and Riverview Elementary Schools
The East County Schools Federal Credit Union established an Excellence in Innovation and Collaboration Award to recognize school site efforts that have resulted in innovative collaboration that benefits the students of the district. The award recognizes those who have developed and implemented a program that highlights an innovative example of collaboration among multiple groups with evidenced success.

The “Global Language and Leadership Program,” a four-year dual language immersion program in Spanish and Mandarin at El Capitan High School, was selected as the inaugural recipient of the Excellence in Innovation Award.

The November 15 Governing Board meeting included a recognition of El Capitan's collaboration and innovation which furthers the dual language immersion experience that has existed in the Lakeside School District for many years. The program begins at Riverview Elementary School and continues on through both middle schools, Lakeside and Tierra del Sol.

With the recent addition of the high school program, students can now have a K-12 experience with language acquisition and the opportunity to become tri-literate, thanks to the collaboration between the two districts and among the various schools.

We thank the East County Schools Federal Credit Union for recognizing this important work on behalf of our East County youth.

Mount Miguel Girls Attend Business Conference for Women

Mount Miguel Principal Dr. Hedrick with business students
On Thursday November 3, 2016, a group of 15 girls from Mount Miguel High School's Business Academy attended the Connecting Women to Power Business Conference. They were accompanied by their Principal Dr. Kimberlee Hedrick. At the conference students heard from keynote speaker and NASA Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, who spoke about her perseverance in achieving her dream of becoming an astronaut. 

Students also sat in on several breakout sessions, in which female panelists discussed their paths to success and hurdles along the way. In the last session of the day, the young women were inspired to further their leadership skills, from Edna Murphy, the Deputy Director of Administration for the California State Board of Equalization.

Santana Students Participate in Architectural Heritage Tour

Santana students in Balboa Park
Digital Fabrication students from Santana High School went on a field trip to Balboa Park on Friday, November 4, to see how the Spanish Revival architectural style of buildings has influenced famous buildings throughout America. The students are creating their own digitally fabricated buildings using some of the architectural features seen in Balboa Park.

The project is a Linked Learning team project called “The Land of Opportunity,” which incorporates their English, history, math, and CTE pathway classes.

Mount Miguel Medical Academy Seniors Visit Avondale Elementary

Health Pathways Student of the Month Noemi Avenido is honored by Principal Hedrick, Superintendent Glover & Health Pathways Coordinator Heather Peterson
On Wednesday, November 9, Superintendent Glover, Principal Hedrick and district health pathways coordinator, Heather Peterson visited Mount Miguel High School Science teacher and Medical Academy Coordinator Bridget DeSonia's classroom.

A very deserving young woman in the Human Anatomy class, Noemi Avenido, Medical Academy President, was recognized as the Grossmont Healthcare District Health Pathways student of the month. Following the recognition, the group walked to Avondale Elementary where teams in the Human Anatomy class read children's books that they created to a second and third grade classes. These books were a representation of the learning from students' skeletal unit, outlining the process of bone repair.

The high school and elementary students were all smiles following the activity. Our students did an outstanding job representing the Medical Academy at Mount Miguel High School.

RSVP Today: Eric Paredes Save A Life Health Screening Event – 12/4

The Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation is hosting a free heart screening event on December 4, at Monte Vista High School for any individuals ages 12 – 24, from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Details on how to register are available here.

28th Annual Thanksgiving Feast at Chaparral

Dr. Glover, Trustee Dr. Gary Woods, and Principal Dave Napoleon with students at the Thanksgiving Feast
Chaparral High School held its 28th Annual Thanksgiving Feast on Friday, November 18, at 11:15 a.m. as students and staff were treated to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

The annual tradition is a fitting close to the week before break. Sponsored by Chaparral’s ASB, the event has its origins in the staff wanting to ensure that students at the continuation school received a Thanksgiving dinner and that this time-honored tradition enjoyed by so many is not taken for granted. Several students shared what they were thankful for and fellow students provided musical entertainment during the lunchtime event.

I end this issue by wishing you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday. It is my hope that each of you has an opportunity to spend time with your loved ones next week and that your holiday is safe and enjoyable.

Dr. Tim Glover