This page is dedicated to a newsletter I write once a week at the school. Publication is then from September to May of each school year barring holidays and vacation time. Nothing fancy, just some very basic information to get the students to read and perhaps a little interested in ham radio. The newsletters are no-brains publications, nothing spectacular, except it is all true to my knowledge. If you do find anything that is wrong, please let me know.
You are welcome to read and even use these newsletters, but please give KR4ZAN credit, and/or at least leave me a message in the guestbook telling me that you enjoy them and you will be using them for an activity which will be radio-related.
- Welcome Back to School, Members
- Talk to the ISS (Hint, not at MHS)
- What Is an Amateur Radio License?
- What Does “73” Mean?
- Fox Hunting with Radios
- Testing for MECA-ARC
- School Club Roundup
- Happy Hamlloween
- Club Meetings and More
- What Can I Do as a Technician?
- What Radio Can I Buy?
- What You Need in a Radio Shack
- Amateur’s Creed
- Ham Radios vs. CB Radios, Who Wins and Why?
- A Ham Radio Operator’s Night Before Christmas
- Morse Code Class
- Ham Radio Secrets: Listen in on Police, Fire Department, and others
- Talk Around The World, Not Just Around Your Area
- Amateur Radio Websites
- Morse Code Class Update
- Contests Awards and More
- Call Signs: How-To
- My Top-10 Radio List
- Talking Via Satelllites
- Talking Via… the Moon?
- Email Without Internet!
- Amateur Radio Sub-Hobbies
- Volunteer Hours for MECA-ARC
- So, What Is Amateur Radio?
- Last Chance Exam
- Zombie Apocalypse, Armed Forces Day, Hamvention, and Field Day
- APRS: Automatic Packet Reporting System
- What To Do This Summer In Radio?