Magic and science at MHS

Mason Fjeldheim and Rueben Gershin holding their paper airplanes.

Oobleck slime, elephant toothpaste (“exploding” foam), constructing siege weapons and building spaghetti bridges were but a few of the activities at the Science-Magic Design Camp the first week of July.

The program was led by Reuben Gershin, a science teacher who works in the EDGE online program. He has been teaching mostly physics and chemistry for more than 10 years.

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