Springfield's Academy of Arts and Academics high school hosted a two-day "Carnival of Physics" for elementary students and the public. High schoolers designed, built and operated more than a dozen carnival booths at their school, each integrating some type of physical science. One classroom was showcased a working scale model of the McKenzie river. Students built the structure from materials purchased and donated from the community.
Artists, Academics and... Carnies?
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