Carolyn Webber, Park Record

When the final bell rings at Treasure Mountain Junior High, a group of students rushes to pull out sound boards, plug in speakers and argue over who gets the headphones first. They blast music and some start to dance, but no teachers yell at them to turn it down.

After all, it is an extra-curricular activity.

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From left: Rhianna Raggio, Zander Levy, Piper Croasmunchristensen
and Jacob Samuels gather after school a couple of times a week
to practice their DJing skills. The equipment they have was purchased
with grant money from the Park City Education Foundation.

(Photo by Carolyn Webber/Park Record)


NOTE: PCEF donors fund this program thought the Mustang Afterschool Academy (MASA) grant.


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