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Lockwood Elementary hatches egg drop

Lockwood Elementary kindergartener Akash Singh proudly examines his egg with PTA volunteer Leaanne Meschke at the recent Lockwood PTA Egg Drop. More than 180 Lockwood students put their science skills to the test by creating parachutes and other devices to protect their eggs from a drop from the Northshore Fire Departments
Lockwood Elementary kindergartener Akash Singh proudly examines his egg with PTA volunteer Leaanne Meschke at the recent Lockwood PTA Egg Drop. More than 180 Lockwood students put their science skills to the test by creating parachutes and other devices to protect their eggs from a drop from the Northshore Fire Departments' truck ladder. Seventy-five percent of those eggs survived drops ranging from 40 feet to 100 feet.
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Lockwood Elementary kindergartener Akash Singh proudly examines his egg with PTA volunteer Leaanne Meschke at the recent Lockwood PTA Egg Drop.

More than 180 Lockwood students put their science skills to the test by creating parachutes and other devices to protect their eggs from a drop from the Northshore Fire Departments' truck ladder. Seventy-five percent of those eggs survived drops ranging from 40 feet to 100 feet.

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