November 1, 2016
ENews investigates bottle flipping at PHS...
BOTTLE FLIPPING...GOOD OR BAD?
Is it a great trend or nuisance to teachers? "Bottle Flipping" is an international trend that started with Mike Senatore. At Ardney Kell High School, Mike started bottle flipping in his chemistry class and then at a talent show, he performed a bottle flip in front of his school. Overnight a video of his bottle flipping became a viral sensation.
Bottle flipping is the act of taking an almost empty water bottle, simply flicking it, then hoping for it to flip in the air and land on it's bottom. Bottle flipping is normally used with a regular-sized plastic water bottle, but in Sweden they are known to use reusable sport bottles! AND they break! The act of bottle flipping is not enjoyed by everybody. Schools across the country have actually banned water bottle flipping. Many parents disagree. In Parenting Magazine, hundreds of parents surveyed stated that they believe bottle flipping is less harmless than experimenting with drugs or getting arrested and should be embraced!
Scientist have proven that bottle flipping is harder than it looks. It requires using the act of fluid dynamics, angular momentum and gravity. The Tiger ENews supports bottle flipping. What's the harm?
CHECK OUT PICS OF HALLOWEEN AT CCR3!
The kindergarten teachers showed their Halloween spirit by dressing up as witches. Make sure you don't get too close or they will cast a spell on you!
Mrs. Huke's class showed off their amazing costumes. Look, you can see Supergirl, the Corpse Bride and a cat. Those are some creative costumes!
The PTA hosted a pizza party on Halloween for the people that raised enough money selling fundraiser items. That looks like good pizza!