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Egg Drop: A Test of Physics & A Community Tradition

Each year, our Middle School students are challenged to use tissue paper, toothpicks, plastic straws and glue to build a parachute for an egg, which is then dropped from a seventh-floor window. The annual project tests physics and creativity, and is also a beloved community tradition that marks the end of the school year. At this June's Egg Drop, the majority of students' eggs made it to the ground in one piece! 


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