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First, there were the air rockets.
Now high school students are moving onto blimps, constructing small-scale models of aircraft made of craft wire, clothes hangers, pipe cleaners and tissue paper to fill with helium and test to see if they are flight-worthy.
STEM instructor James Stuerzenberger is in his first year of overseeing the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program on the Anderson County High School campus, but it’s not his first year of teaching students the art of constructing simple machines.
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