2017-05-18 / Education

RHS Egg Drop


EGG DROP CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS (From left) Abby Harrison, Michael Treml, Pedro Marques, Eric Turner, Trey Lewandowski, Jacob Sayad, Zach Rice, Hunter Eichorn, Noah Eckdom and Faith Alderman were the Roscommon High School physics students who took part in the Egg Drop challenge recently. (Courtesy photos) EGG DROP CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS (From left) Abby Harrison, Michael Treml, Pedro Marques, Eric Turner, Trey Lewandowski, Jacob Sayad, Zach Rice, Hunter Eichorn, Noah Eckdom and Faith Alderman were the Roscommon High School physics students who took part in the Egg Drop challenge recently. (Courtesy photos) Roscommon High School Physics students participated in theEgg Drop” challenge. Students build devices to surround their eggs and dropped them from the football field bleachers.



LETTING GO Roscommon High School physics student Zach Rice (center) drops the device holding his egg from the football field bleachers. Also pictured are Abby Harrison (left) and Trey Lewandowski (right). LETTING GO Roscommon High School physics student Zach Rice (center) drops the device holding his egg from the football field bleachers. Also pictured are Abby Harrison (left) and Trey Lewandowski (right).

PROTECTION In order to help their eggs withstand the impact of being dropped from the football field bleachers, Roscommon High School physics students created “devices” to protect their eggs. PROTECTION In order to help their eggs withstand the impact of being dropped from the football field bleachers, Roscommon High School physics students created “devices” to protect their eggs.


BULLSEYE The students dropped their egg devices from the bleachers toward a target on the ground. One of the devices is shown splattered on the target. BULLSEYE The students dropped their egg devices from the bleachers toward a target on the ground. One of the devices is shown splattered on the target.

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