An ‘egg’citing experiment


Courtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain. Mistie Brock, left prepared to release her egg as Scarlett McMullan watched.


Courtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain.


Courtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks

Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain.

Mistie Brock, left prepared to release her egg as Scarlett McMullan watched.

Courtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks

Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain.

Courtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain. Mistie Brock, left prepared to release her egg as Scarlett McMullan watched.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_CS-Misty-Brock-egg-dropping-color.jpgCourtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain. Mistie Brock, left prepared to release her egg as Scarlett McMullan watched.

Courtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_CS-Patrick-Smallwood-Jacob-ColingerMisty-Brock-Chase-McClain-Forensics-001.jpgCourtney Schoonover | Bear Tracks Students in Scarlett McMullan’s forensics classes at Harlan County High School participated in an egg drop experiment at the school. The students in each class were split into groups and had a class period to use random materials (cups, bubble wrap, plates, duct tape, masking tape and straws) in order to create a vehicle for an egg to survive a drop off of the mezzanine at the school. Winners included, from left: Patrick Smallwood, Jacob Colinger, Mistie Brock and Chase McClain.
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