Elementary and Middle School Enrichment students recently participated in the annual "Great SCA Egg Drop."  The STEM activity challenges students to design a system that will protect a raw egg from cracking or breaking after being dropped from G.C. Hartman's roof! According to Gifted Education Teacher Dr. Ian McCoog, the activity has proven to be a fun, collaborative way to teach physics, engineering and other STEM-related skills.

School Police Officer Clay Fahringer, assisted by High School student Erick Shufeldt, drop the students' egg-filled shoe boxes from atop G.C. Hartman Elementary Center. Below and to the right are students displaying their designs.

 

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