Pelham Memorial High School Science Scholars Share Engineering Skills with Hutch Students through Paper Airplane Project


Pelham Memorial High School Science Scholars Share Engineering Skills with Hutch Students through Paper Airplane Project

Hutchinson 4th & 5th grade students are engaging in hands-on engineering lessons through a partnership with the PMHS Science Honor Society. The school’s engineering clinic, led by senior Sienna Giuseppe, is providing students with a unique opportunity to learn the fundamentals of engineering. During a recent session on March 21, high school students taught participants about aerodynamics and guided them in designing, creating, and testing paper airplanes. The goal was to create models that could fly for the longest time and cover the greatest distance.

This afterschool program is a valuable addition to Hutchinson’s curriculum, allowing students to explore STEM concepts outside of the traditional classroom setting. The collaboration between high school and elementary students is fostering a sense of camaraderie and mentorship within the school community.

We extend our gratitude to the high school students who have dedicated their time and expertise to inspiring the next generation of engineers at Hutchinson. Their efforts are making a significant impact on the students’ education and providing them with essential skills for future success in the field of engineering.

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