The first ever Stephenville High School Science on Saturday (SOS) event was a huge success when students presented more than 22 hands-on experiments for all ages.
“Student members of POWER SET, WIT, Power GRID and BRT, along with several organizations and departments from (Tarleton State University, led experiments for approximately 450 people including students from Dublin, Granbury, SISD and local community members,” said SHS physics teacher Brian Salge.
Some of the experiments included a ride on a hovercraft, making slime, shooting donuts through an air cannon, dissecting specimens and observing Pascal’s Principle with a liquid nitrogen depth charge.
“A big thanks to NPI, TEES and Texas A&M University for funding this fun day of science,” Salge said. “And TSU for their support and HEB for providing refreshments.”