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Amateur radio has been a big attraction this year with 33 studentsPhoto 22 participating in this unique after-school program offered to grades 4-12. The amateur radio curriculum introduces students to many STEM concepts in digital electronics, radio propagation, and mathematics, as well as prepares them for the FCC radio Technician license exam. Many students have taken classes for the upgrade license levels, including the General license and the coveted and challenging Amateur Extra license.

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