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I just wanted to let you know about a situation at school involving Maxwell. He apparently has a crush on one of his classmates and the classmate has a crush on him. There has apparently been some kissing going on on the cheek , I think mostly by the other person. I would appreciate you having a similar conversation at home. This "romance" is causing quite a stir in the classroom. Amazing Teacher.
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