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CHS students use art to study engineering

Campbellsville High School students recently used art to study engineering.

 

In Jo Ann Harris’s art classes, students created ball dropper machines.

 

Students used Popsicle sticks, wire, glue and more to make the machines.

 

The goal was for a ball to travel through the students’ machine for at least 20 seconds. The machines had to have a zigzag and spiral design and the ball had to travel through something and make sound.

 

Some students worked together to create their machines, while others created their own.

 

CHS freshman Ben Arachi glues Popsicle sticks together to make his ball dropper.

CHS freshman Ben Arachi glues Popsicle sticks together to make his ball dropper.

 

CHS freshman Gavin Johnson, at left, and sophomore Cassi Pipes glue Popsicle sticks on a piece of cardboard as they build their ball dropper.

CHS freshman Gavin Johnson, at left, and sophomore Cassi Pipes glue Popsicle sticks on a piece of cardboard as they build their ball dropper.

 

CHS freshman Lathan Cubit tests his ball dropper.

CHS freshman Lathan Cubit tests his ball dropper.

 

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Lainey Watson glues Popsicle sticks together as she makes her ball dropper.

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Lainey Watson glues Popsicle sticks together as she makes her ball dropper.

 

CHS sophomore Daesean Vancleave glues Popsicle sticks together as he builds his ball dropper.

CHS sophomore Daesean Vancleave glues Popsicle sticks together as he builds his ball dropper.

 

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Kaylyn Smith, at left, and Lainey Watson work together to build their ball dropper machine.

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-graders Kaylyn Smith, at left, and Lainey Watson work together to build their ball dropper machine.

 

Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Zachary Shaw tests his ball dropper.

Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Zachary Shaw tests his ball dropper.

 

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Rylee Petett tests her ball dropper.

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Rylee Petett tests her ball dropper.

 

CHS freshman Kristopher Releford glues Popsicle sticks together to build his ball dropper.

CHS freshman Kristopher Releford glues Popsicle sticks together to build his ball dropper.

 

CHS freshman Shelby Hunt, at left, and sophomore Amanda Dotson work together to build their ball dropper.

CHS freshman Shelby Hunt, at left, and sophomore Amanda Dotson work together to build their ball dropper.

 

CHS freshmen Alli Wilson, at left, and Zoe McAninch work together to build their ball dropper.

CHS freshmen Alli Wilson, at left, and Zoe McAninch work together to build their ball dropper.

 

CHS freshmen Alli Wilson, at left, and Zoe McAninch work together to build their ball dropper.

CHS freshmen Alli Wilson, at left, and Zoe McAninch work together to build their ball dropper.

 

CHS freshmen Zoe McAninch, at left, and Alli Wilson made this ball dropper. Above, McAninch tests the machine as Wilson times how long it takes for the ball to travel through the machine.

CHS freshmen Zoe McAninch, at left, and Alli Wilson made this ball dropper. Above, McAninch tests the machine as Wilson times how long it takes for the ball to travel through the machine.

 

CHS freshmen Zoe McAninch, at left, and Alli Wilson made this ball dropper. Above, McAninch tests the machine as Wilson times how long it takes for the ball to travel through the machine.

CHS freshmen Zoe McAninch, at left, and Alli Wilson made this ball dropper. Above, McAninch tests the machine as Wilson times how long it takes for the ball to travel through the machine.





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