Each year a local aviation group offers a scholarship to a high school student. One of our seniors won the scholarship a few years ago and has his pilot's license. So when the students suggested this activity, Mr. Cornally jumped on the opportunity to take learning to new heights (pun intended).
Then, over the horizon, came the plane with it's payload. If you look closely, you can see the flour hit the ground.
However, the calculations were off. A quick call to the pilot and an adjustment for speed, the class eagerly awaited the last attempt.
I commend Shawn, and all teachers, that look for innovative ways to challenge students to apply their learning.