Roseburg High School is gearing up to host an exciting event that will unleash the potential of young minds and awaken their engineering spirit. The upcoming “Paper Airplane Launcher Challenge” is set to take place this Saturday at the Roseburg Public Library.
As part of this student-run initiative, participants in grades 5 through 9 will have the opportunity to explore the fascinating world of engineering principles. Under the guidance of experienced mentors, they will collaborate with fellow attendees to brainstorm, design, and construct their very own personalized paper airplane launchers.
The aim of the challenge is to not only foster a sense of camaraderie among participants but also to encourage innovation and critical thinking. By imbuing these young engineers with the knowledge of basic engineering principles, the event hopes to instill the confidence and passion needed to pursue a future in this exciting field.
In addition to the invaluable experience gained through the challenge, prizes will be awarded to the winners in recognition of their remarkable accomplishments. Participants can look forward to an action-packed day filled with learning, creativity, and friendly competition.
If you’re eager to learn more about the “Paper Airplane Launcher Challenge” and how to get involved, reach out to Roseburg High School for additional information. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Join us on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Roseburg Public Library and prepare to launch your curiosity into the world of engineering!
Who can participate in the Paper Airplane Launcher Challenge?
The challenge is open to students in grades 5 through 9.
What is the purpose of the challenge?
The challenge aims to introduce participants to engineering principles and inspire an interest in the field through a hands-on activity.
Will lunch be provided?
Yes, lunch will be included as part of the event.
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