This week Gainesville High School students got a chance to study science in a unique way.
Students experimented with flying frisbees in an outdoor physics lab.
They were able apply concepts that they are studying in their physics classes to analyze information about the frisbees.
Students spent the class period throwing regular frisbees, "weird frisbees", broken frisbees, and other objects.
Everyone, including the teachers had a great time.
Soon the students will participate in an ultimate frisbees competition where they will put what they learned today to good use.
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