Every year the Rube Goldberg Organization challenges students to create 'a crazy contraption which accomplishes a simple task in the most complicated - and funniest - way possible!' (rubegoldberg.com)
Our Anderson High School team used engineering design principles to construct a machine that would complete a simple task in a series of complicated steps. The Rube Goldberg Organization assigned all teams to "pour a bowl of cereal," and AHS students did so in over 70 steps. The team competed against fifteen schools from around the nation.
Team sponsor, David Perrel, is very proud of the amazing accomplishment of these students and all the persistence and team-work they showed this season.
AHS students involved in the project are:
|Dakotah Alumbaugh||Makenna Hawes|
|Landon Alumbaugh||Lisa Leisure|
|Simon Bell||Spencer Miller|
|Steven Boyd||Brandon Pepper|
|Garrett Dunaway||Hailey Short|
|Jon Faulkenberg||Owen Zheng|
https://ahs.acsc.net/apps/news/article/857872 Source: Anderson High School