Quaker Valley High School physics students in Mark William’s and Matt Littel’s classes have been working on the Sea, Air, Land (SAL) Challenge, which includes many months of thinking, preparing and building.
The sea teams created submarines that can pick up objects underwater. The land teams created a land rover that uses a camera to find objects and bring them back to the team. The air teams created a quadcopter that is able to fly and drop objects. Each team spent months on preparing to solve the problems and create the devices.
Junior William Andrews says, “It's interesting and enjoyable to see a big project come together in the end, while working with a group of great team members.”
The QVHS SAL students will demonstrate their thinking and devices as part of Remake Learning Days. All are invited to the QVHS gymnasium on Wednesday, May 23, from 9:30-11 a.m. and again from 1-2:30 p.m. to see the Sea, Air and Land teams in action.
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