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Northwest Arkansas School Report Cards

Northwest Arkansas has a number of bragging rights when it comes to education.

Top test scores, great attendance and low dropout rates are some of the achievements of area schools.

Benton and Washington counties have 17 public school districts, including three charter schools. They range in size from the 185-student Haas Hall Academy Charter School in Fayetteville to the more than 18,000-student Springdale School District, according to the Arkansas Department of Education.

The Arkansas General Assembly approved a school-choice law in 2003 that requires all of the state’s school districts to accept students who don’t live in their boundaries. But the regulation doesn’t require districts to accept those students if it means adding buildings or teachers.

Several of the region’s school boards passed guidelines for complying with the law that states they won’t accept transfers when their enrollments reaches 85 percent of existing building capacity. That’s why few, if any, students living outside the boundaries of Bentonville, Fayetteville, Rogers and Springdale are approved each year to attend those districts, which struggle to keep up with growing enrollments.

School district boundaries don’t follow municipal lines, so school officials urge home buyers on cities’ edges to pull property tax records before buying a house to make sure they know which school districts their children will attend.

A quick way to compare Arkansas districts and individual schools is to download their Report Cards, which are lists of statistics released each year by the state. Those are available at:

www.arkansased.org/testing/ test_scores.html

Bentonville        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
500 Tiger Blvd., Bentonville, Ark.        
Gary Compton, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 1% 10% 39% 50%
4th-grade math 2% 5% 21% 71%
6th-grade literacy 2% 16% 39% 43%
6th-grade math 2% 9% 25% 64%
8th-grade literacy 1% 8% 40% 51%
8th-grade math 4% 7% 46% 43%
Algebra 1 1% 5% 29% 65%
Geometry 1% 7% 28% 63%
11th-grade literacy 2% 16% 75% 7%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 22.7      
English 23.9      
Composite 23.2      
Grade Inflation Rate 0.8      
College Remediation Rate 27.9      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.90%      
Dropout Rate 1.00%      
Graduation Rate 91.20%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 40.1      
District expenditures per student $7,953      
District average teacher salary $51,811      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 99.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 45.50%      
Master’s degree 52.90%      
Advanced degree 1.60%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 26.00%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.00%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 830      
Number of students AP Exams 1,402      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 781      
         
         
* Algebra 1        
         
         
Decatur        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
P.O. Box 97, Decatur, Ark.        
LeRoy Ortman, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 4% 18% 54% 25%
4th-grade math 11% 14% 39% 36%
6th-grade literacy 5% 43% 38% 14%
6th-grade math 5% 41% 30% 24%
8th-grade literacy 6% 30% 64% 0%
8th-grade math 36% 18% 36% 9%
Algebra 1 7% 15% 59% 19%
Geometry 4% 15% 62% 19%
11th-grade literacy 4% 59% 37% 0%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 18.1      
English 18.7      
Composite 18.8      
Grade Inflation Rate 0      
College Remediation Rate 78.6      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.70%      
Dropout Rate 7.00%      
Graduation Rate 79.20%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 39.9      
District expenditures per student $8,819      
District average teacher salary $37,868      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 95.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 79.30%      
Master’s degree 20.60%      
Advanced degree 0.00%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 71.90%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.20%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 16      
Number of students AP Exams 24      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 3      
         
         
Gentry        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
201 S. Giles St., Gentry, Ark.        
Randy C. Barrett, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 5% 29% 40% 25%
4th-grade math 14% 16% 25% 45%
6th-grade literacy 2% 11% 48% 38%
6th-grade math 7% 18% 36% 39%
8th-grade literacy 4% 15% 39% 42%
8th-grade math 17% 17% 49% 16%
Algebra 1 0% 7% 50% 43%
Geometry 4% 20% 44% 32%
11th-grade literacy 5% 30% 65% 1%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 20.7      
English 20.3      
Composite 20.6      
Grade Inflation Rate 4.2      
College Remediation Rate 51      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.70%      
Dropout Rate 3.00%      
Graduation Rate 82.00%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 42.9      
District expenditures per student $7,899      
District average teacher salary $43,248      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 99.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 58.70%      
Master’s degree 40.40%      
Advanced degree 0.80%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 58.80%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 1.90%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 29      
Number of students AP Exams 36      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 12      
         
         
Gravette        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
609 S. Birmingham S.E., Gravette, Ark.        
Andrea M. Kelly, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 8% 14% 40% 37%
4th-grade math 11% 10% 30% 49%
6th-grade literacy 4% 18% 50% 29%
6th-grade math 8% 27% 37% 28%
8th-grade literacy 3% 12% 39% 46%
8th-grade math 12% 16% 40% 33%
Algebra 1 1% 12% 42% 44%
Geometry 3% 16% 42% 39%
11th-grade literacy 5% 28% 65% 2%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 21.5      
English 21      
Composite 21.4      
Grade Inflation Rate 0      
College Remediation Rate 42.9      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 95.60%      
Dropout Rate 2.00%      
Graduation Rate 89.00%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 37.2      
District expenditures per student $7,149      
District average teacher salary $46,809      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 98.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 68.30%      
Master’s degree 30.80%      
Advanced degree 0.00%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 44.80%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.90%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 52      
Number of students AP Exams 71      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 19      
         
         
Pea Ridge        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
781 W. Pickens St., Pea Ridge, Ark.        
Mike VanDyke, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 3% 19% 52% 27%
4th-grade math 6% 9% 26% 59%
6th-grade literacy 0% 17% 43% 41%
6th-grade math 1% 3% 10% 87%
8th-grade literacy 2% 6% 41% 52%
8th-grade math 3% 7% 37% 52%
Algebra 1 4% 10% 35% 51%
Geometry 4% 21% 43% 31%
11th-grade literacy 1% 21% 76% 2%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 22.4      
English 21.4      
Composite 21.9      
Grade Inflation Rate 4.8      
College Remediation Rate 38.1      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.50%      
Dropout Rate 1.00%      
Graduation Rate 85.70%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 45      
District expenditures per student $6,927      
District average teacher salary $42,965      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 96.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 77.50%      
Master’s degree 22.60%      
Advanced degree 0.00%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 41.50%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.00%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 68      
Number of students AP Exams 99      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 30      
         
         
Rogers        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
500 W. Walnut St., Rogers, Ark.        
Janie Darr, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 3% 14% 42% 42%
4th-grade math 3% 8% 23% 65%
6th-grade literacy 3% 17% 41% 40%
6th-grade math 4% 13% 33% 51%
8th-grade literacy 2% 12% 43% 43%
8th-grade math 16% 15% 42% 26%
Algebra 1 3% 16% 43% 38%
Geometry 3% 13% 41% 44%
11th-grade literacy 5% 30% 63% 2%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 22.1      
English 22.2      
Composite 22.3      
Grade Inflation Rate 2.2      
College Remediation Rate 37.4      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 95.40%      
Dropout Rate 3.00%      
Graduation Rate 85.30%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 38.7      
District expenditures per student $7,978      
District average teacher salary $54,694      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 98.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 52.80%      
Master’s degree 45.80%      
Advanced degree 1.20%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 56.70%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.00%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 620      
Number of students AP Exams 1,090      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 566      
         
         
Siloam Springs        
School District        
BENTON COUNTY        
847 S. Dogwood St., Siloam Springs, Ark.        
Ken Ramey, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 6% 20% 39% 35%
4th-grade math 6% 6% 23% 64%
6th-grade literacy 7% 24% 41% 28%
6th-grade math 7% 12% 33% 49%
8th-grade literacy 3% 14% 40% 42%
8th-grade math 15% 12% 43% 30%
Algebra 1 4% 10% 39% 47%
Geometry 6% 18% 33% 43%
11th-grade literacy 4% 30% 65% 1%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 22.5      
English 22.3      
Composite 22.4      
Grade Inflation Rate 11.4      
College Remediation Rate 34.5      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.40%      
Dropout Rate 1.00%      
Graduation Rate 93.00%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 39.6      
District expenditures per student $7,591      
District average teacher salary $46,499      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 100.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 75.20%      
Master’s degree 24.40%      
Advanced degree 0.40%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 48.80%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.30%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 78      
Number of students AP Exams 114      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 74      
         
         
Elkins
School District
       
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
349 N. Center St., Elkins, Ark.        
Megan Witonski, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 4% 22% 41% 33%
4th-grade math 7% 18% 19% 56%
6th-grade literacy 3% 14% 43% 41%
6th-grade math 9% 11% 34% 45%
8th-grade literacy 0% 16% 46% 38%
8th-grade math 8% 18% 48% 26%
Algebra 1 5% 12% 43% 40%
Geometry 5% 15% 47% 32%
11th-grade literacy 5% 38% 57% 0%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 23.5      
English 21.8      
Composite 22.7      
Grade Inflation Rate 1.5      
College Remediation Rate 27.5      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 96.20%      
Dropout Rate 1.00%      
Graduation Rate 93.60%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 39.6      
District expenditures per student $7,252      
District average teacher salary $43,016      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 95.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 55.80%      
Master’s degree 43.20%      
Advanced degree 1.00%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 39.30%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 7.70%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 68      
Number of students AP Exams 111      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 25      
         
         
Farmington        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
42 S. Double Springs Road, Farmington, Ark.        
Ron Wright, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 4% 12% 44% 40%
4th-grade math 6% 10% 21% 63%
6th-grade literacy 3% 23% 38% 36%
6th-grade math 2% 15% 28% 55%
8th-grade literacy 2% 15% 38% 45%
8th-grade math 10% 15% 46% 29%
Algebra 1 1% 12% 48% 40%
Geometry 5% 24% 44% 27%
11th-grade literacy 3% 39% 55% 2%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 21.2      
English 21.4      
Composite 21.4      
Grade Inflation Rate 4.7      
College Remediation Rate 48.9      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 95.10%      
Dropout Rate 4.00%      
Graduation Rate 83.90%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 42.6      
District expenditures per student $7,457      
District average teacher salary $44,042      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 98.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 65.60%      
Master’s degree 33.80%      
Advanced degree 0.60%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 55.90%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 2.10%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 64      
Number of students AP Exams 104      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 28      
         
         
Fayetteville        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
1000 W. Stone St., Fayetteville, Ark.        
Vicki Thomas, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 3% 16% 38% 44%
4th-grade math 7% 10% 23% 60%
6th-grade literacy 4% 18% 35% 43%
6th-grade math 5% 10% 23% 63%
8th-grade literacy 3% 14% 39% 44%
8th-grade math 11% 12% 41% 36%
Algebra 1 2% 6% 37% 55%
Geometry 3% 12% 35% 49%
11th-grade literacy 5% 19% 70% 7%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 24      
English 24.7      
Composite 24.3      
Grade Inflation Rate 5.6      
College Remediation Rate 22.6      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 84.70%      
Dropout Rate 3.00%      
Graduation Rate 80.50%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 42.9      
District expenditures per student $10,037      
District average teacher salary $59,219      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 98.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 42.00%      
Master’s degree 56.20%      
Advanced degree 1.80%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 36.30%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.40%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 570      
Number of students AP Exams 1,185      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 836      
         
         
Greenland        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
P.O. Box 57, Greenland, Ark.        
Charles Cudney, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 5% 17% 51% 27%
4th-grade math 5% 17% 24% 54%
6th-grade literacy 8% 23% 37% 32%
6th-grade math 8% 23% 40% 29%
8th-grade literacy 8% 13% 43% 35%
8th-grade math 17% 17% 48% 18%
Algebra 1 2% 22% 45% 31%
Geometry 11% 46% 34% 8%
11th-grade literacy 5% 36% 59% 0%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 21.1      
English 20.1      
Composite 20.8      
Grade Inflation Rate 0      
College Remediation Rate 48.6      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 97.30%      
Dropout Rate 2.00%      
Graduation Rate 88.50%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 36.9      
District expenditures per student $7,656      
District average teacher salary $41,167      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 98.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 67.50%      
Master’s degree 31.20%      
Advanced degree 1.20%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 55.90%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 2.20%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 17      
Number of students AP Exams 20      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 7      
         
         
Lincoln        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
P.O. Box 1127, Lincoln, Ark.        
Frank Holman, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 10% 18% 43% 29%
4th-grade math 9% 14% 22% 54%
6th-grade literacy 9% 32% 31% 28%
6th-grade math 12% 19% 32% 37%
8th-grade literacy 8% 18% 40% 34%
8th-grade math 23% 14% 50% 13%
Algebra 1 4% 26% 42% 28%
Geometry 8% 26% 40% 26%
11th-grade literacy 11% 30% 58% 0%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 21.2      
English 21      
Composite 21.3      
Grade Inflation Rate 0      
College Remediation Rate 52.6      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 93.20%      
Dropout Rate 1.00%      
Graduation Rate 95.20%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 39.8      
District expenditures per student $8,973      
District average teacher salary $42,659      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 93.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 60.20%      
Master’s degree 38.00%      
Advanced degree 1.80%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 66.30%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.10%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 32      
Number of students AP Exams 39      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 9      
         
         
Prairie Grove        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
110 School St., Prairie Grove, Ark.        
Allen Williams, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 4% 11% 42% 43%
4th-grade math 7% 9% 17% 67%
6th-grade literacy 1% 22% 35% 41%
6th-grade math 2% 9% 30% 59%
8th-grade literacy 3% 13% 35% 49%
8th-grade math 14% 16% 37% 33%
Algebra 1 2% 9% 39% 50%
Geometry 6% 18% 42% 34%
11th-grade literacy 7% 28% 62% 3%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 21.9      
English 22.3      
Composite 22.3      
Grade Inflation Rate 4.8      
College Remediation Rate 36.1      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.90%      
Dropout Rate 2.00%      
Graduation Rate 88.60%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 36.9      
District expenditures per student $7,351      
District average teacher salary $44,669      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 97.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 60.30%      
Master’s degree 39.60%      
Advanced degree 0.00%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 39.70%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.30%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 67      
Number of students AP Exams 84      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 19      
         
         
Springdale        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
804 W. Johnson Ave.        
Jim D. Rollins, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 7% 22% 38% 33%
4th-grade math 12% 13% 27% 48%
6th-grade literacy 4% 23% 45% 28%
6th-grade math 6% 17% 35% 41%
8th-grade literacy 8% 21% 45% 26%
8th-grade math 28% 19% 38% 15%
Algebra 1 4% 15% 47% 34%
Geometry 7% 21% 42% 30%
11th-grade literacy 10% 30% 59% 1%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 21.8      
English 21.6      
Composite 21.7      
Grade Inflation Rate 10.1      
College Remediation Rate 39.5      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.10%      
Dropout Rate 3.00%      
Graduation Rate 82.50%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 38.6      
District expenditures per student $7,688      
District average teacher salary $54,945      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 99.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 49.00%      
Master’s degree 50.00%      
Advanced degree 1.20%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 56.40%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 0.10%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 938      
Number of students AP Exams 1,514      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 450      
         
         
West Fork        
School District        
WASHINGTON COUNTY        
359 School Ave., West Fork, Ark.        
John Karnes, Superintendent        
         
SUBJECT BELOW BASIC BASIC PROFICIENT ADVANCED
4th-grade literacy 5% 26% 40% 29%
4th-grade math 9% 11% 27% 53%
6th-grade literacy 5% 24% 40% 32%
6th-grade math 5% 16% 31% 48%
8th-grade literacy 7% 13% 48% 32%
8th-grade math 18% 11% 52% 20%
Algebra 1 0% 11% 37% 52%
Geometry 1% 11% 35% 52%
11th-grade literacy 3% 26% 69% 2%
         
Average ACT (2009)        
Mathematics 19.8      
English 22      
Composite 21.2      
Grade Inflation Rate 7.4      
College Remediation Rate 52.4      
         
Advancement (2009)        
Attendance Rate 94.90%      
Dropout Rate 1.00%      
Graduation Rate 89.00%      
         
Taxpayer investment (2009)        
District total mills voted 38.6      
District expenditures per student $7,525      
District average teacher salary $45,499      
         
Demographics of teaching        
staff and students (2009)        
Completely certified 99.00%      
Requested waivers 0.00%      
Bachelor’s degree 52.90%      
Master’s degree 47.20%      
Advanced degree 0.00%      
Students eligible for free        
and reduced meals 55.90%      
Percent of students obtained        
through school choice 17.60%      
         
Advanced placement courses (2009)        
Number of students in AP Courses 18      
Number of students AP Exams 22      
Number of students scoring 3, 4 or 5 13      
         
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