The annual egg drop experiment performed by G.C. Hartman Elementary students, and organized by Gifted Teacher Mr. Ian McCoog, once again kept students highly engaged!  The lesson tasked the students with building a container to reduce the impact of the force of gravity on a dropped egg. Among the objectives of the lesson were for the students to make and test predictions based on a number of variables that will affect the outcome of an egg drop and to compare the effects of different materials, shapes, and forces on the strength and stability of their built structures. To learn more about this unique experiment, please click the photo or the following link: Annual Egg Drop Experiment

 

Special Features

All District offices are staffed throughout the summer should you need to contact your child's school. The offices are open to the public Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM and Fridays from 8:00 AM until 12 noon. Learn More

Wishing all students and staff a safe, happy, and much deserved summer break! Classes for the 2019-2019, school year, will begin Monday, August 27th. Until then, enjoy your vacation!Learn More

Southern Columbia Area School District's Special Education Plan was approved by the Board of Education on April 30, 2018, and has been submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for final review. Questions about the plan can be directed to Director of Special Education Jenn Snyder at jsnyder@scasd.us or (570) 356-3510.  Please click this link to review the Special Education Strategic Planning document.Learn More