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Crestview High School Physics Day At Snow Trails

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/10/2014

A couple dozen Crestview High School students spent Monday tubing at Snow Trails, for an educational purpose.

It was the fifth annual Physics Day for the school's physics classes, and Chemistry/Physics Teacher Dwight Souder says it gives them the chance to apply what they've learned in class into real life movement. And the students performed a wide range of experiments.

The students use a 20-page packet to record their observations and do their calculations. As far as Souder knows, Crestview is the only high school in the state, and possibly the nation, to have this type of hands-on physics program.

   
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