Denny Geno: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Wollenberg, email@example.com
Using leadership and 21st century skills, participants study the principles of flight and design in order to fabricate a glider that stays in flight for the greatest elapsed time. The glider must be designed to be launched from a catapult that is provided on-site. The design process is documented in a portfolio that is submitted for evaluation.
Event Guidelines are located on the National TSA website under your chapter advisor login screen, select Total TSA tab.
Entries are limited to two participant gliders per chapter.
**NOTE: Gliders will be built on-site this year, as per TSA National guidelines!!
*Safety glasses are required for this event (brought by student).
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This event does not have a virtual option.
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