Young students check out the scale model of the McKenzie River ecosystem at Springfield's Academy of Arts and Academics

Artists, Academics and... Carnies?

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.

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