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An Egg-cellent Physics Lesson at RHS

Students in Mr. Alexander Huang's Roslyn High School general physics class had an egg-cellent time participating in their Egg Drop challenge.

In exploration of multiple concepts in physics, students were tasked to collaborate, brainstorm, and design a contraption that would protect an egg from cracking when dropped from a considerable height. Using materials such as styrofoam, cotton, tape, rubber bands and straws, students designed different ways to protect their egg from cracking during the drop.

"This marks our third annual Egg Drop in the Roslyn Physics program, said Mr. Huang. “It's always rewarding to see students actively engaged and exploring physics in a fun, exciting way.”

Students participating in egg drop