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Playing with computer guts gets Upper children thinking

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Dale Gerhard

Dan Ringer (left) of Upper Township, teaches the after school class and helps students Ty Southhard 6th grade (center left) Matt Catanoso 7th grade (back) Harrison Hepting 7th grade and Morgan McLees 7th grade, all from Upper Township, power up their Raspberry computers through a USB connection. Upper Township Middle School has a new after school class where student learn the basics of how computers and programming works, primarily through a device called Raspberry Pi that is essentially a credit card-sized computer. Tuesday March 26, 2013, (Dale Gerhard/The Press of Atlantic City)

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Debbie McLees says her oldest daughter, Morgan, is like a lot of young students whose job interests seem to change with the weather.

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Dale Gerhard

Dan Ringer (left) of Upper Township, teaches the after school class and helps students Ty Southhard 6th grade (center left) Matt Catanoso 7th grade (back) Harrison Hepting 7th grade and Morgan McLees 7th grade, all from Upper Township, power up their Raspberry computers through a USB connection. Upper Township Middle School has a new after school class where student learn the basics of how computers and programming works, primarily through a device called Raspberry Pi that is essentially a credit card-sized computer. Tuesday March 26, 2013, (Dale Gerhard/The Press of Atlantic City)