Calif. middle-school teachers take science lessons to new heights

05/15/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Two California middle-school science teachers hosted the school's annual rocket launch Wednesday, when students send their rockets into the air. Students use various materials, including soda bottles, tennis balls, wood and plastic to make the rockets -- one of which stayed in the air for 11.2 seconds. Students logged data from the launches and were expected today to make modifications to their designs to have more successful relaunches Friday.

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