Freedom Park School's STEM Day

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Nicholas Raymond wraps a toilet paper tube with wire as he works with classmates to build a foxhole radio during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Eugene Cauley helps Stephanie Parris put on protective clothing during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students dance to music performed by the US Army Signal Corps Rock Band during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Eric Harris III, left, and Rivian Anderson wrap a toilet paper tube with wire as they work with classmates to build a foxhole radio during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students piece together the parts for a foxhole radio during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students dance to music performed by the US Army Signal Corps Rock Band during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students dance to music performed by the US Army Signal Corps Rock Band during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Jessica Keys, left, watches as Rivian Anderson wraps a toilet paper tube with wire as they work with classmates to build a foxhole radio during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students view blood cells through a microscope during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students build birdhouses during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students build birdhouses and wooden helicopters during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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(from left - right) Malachi Thompson, Bryan Maldonado and Bradley Phillips get help from Deidre Lozada as they build wooden helicopters during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Deidre Lozada, right, helps Bradley Phillips build a wooden helicopter during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Students build wooden helicopters during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Sgt. 1st Class Brian Smith explains to Christopher Nelson what he's viewing through the microscope during Freedom Park School's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day, Friday, March 14, 2014, in Augusta, Georgia. Representatives from more than 20 companies, including Plant Vogtle, Home Depot and Southern Co. visited the school at Fort Gordon. TODD BENNETTSTAFF

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