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Gratitude Isn't Canceled

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Gratitude isn’t canceled. The current COVID-19 pandemic has proven that not all heroes wear capes. Watch this special thank you video that a few of our students made for our frontline heroes. We are forever grateful for your sacrifices and are praying for you and your families every day.

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