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ROBOTICS PROGRAM INTRODUCES GIRLS TO TECH

For as long as Epiephanie LaBoy can remember, she’s wanted to know what makes things work.

When she was younger, the eighth-grader at the all-girls Grace Academy in Hartford would methodically disassemble her older sister’s cellphones whenever she replaced them and marvel at the complex circuitry within.

“She would give them to me, and I’d break them apart to see what was inside,” LaBoy, 13, said.

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