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The total points for graduation are 32. Now they will give you credit I imagine for your work in Douglass if you continue to do good work in the same subjects up there.

As I see it you do not need the Physics unless they will consider it as an elective worth 2 points. I think that's what they want to find out by putting you in that class. But I would rather you drop it since I know the disadvantage that you had in being in two different classes in Douglass.

Since English, Algebra, and Bible are causing you no difficulty, I think you should try to take the second half of Latin I or go back to the beginning of Latin I if necessary. What about it? Maybe the teacher would give you a diagnostic test on the basic principles of Latin I to see where you are and then make a suggestion about it. 

It is snowing here. Get the ski suit but try to rent the skiis if the weather comes your way.

Do be happy. I expected these problems and tried to prepare you not to be alarmed. Everything will be O.K.

According to the regulations, two weeks after your getting there is too early to make any special request. It says that your standing in your work must warrant it and you haven't had time to prove
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