# Math & Science News Archive

Students used Nerf Guns and shot both horizontal and angled projectiles. they measured time and distances in order to...

The Science 9 class experimented with chemical reactions to make Elephant Toothpaste.

The Grade 9 Science class explored how Newton's Principles are applied to Rocketry by Launching Pop Bottle Rockets.

To wrap up the end of the semester, Chem 20 students learned about titrations and how to solve for concentrations of aci...

Students in Math 30-1 have been busy getting ready for the upcoming Diplomas. This board reflects the many concepts that...

The Grade 9 science class races against time to save Christmas. This Christmas eve the North Pole is covered in Smog. Sa...

Physics 20 students went to Edmonton's West Edmonton Mall to have some Physics FUN!. We applied the concepts of circul...

Students of mathematics at Drumheller Valley Secondary School (D.V.S.S.) enjoy the use of logical reasoning to solve p...

Physics 20 students are exploring circular motion and the effect that changing radius and mass has on the velocity requi...

Students had the chance to build some tasty ionic crystals in Chem 20 this year so that they could better visualize the...

In this fun and engaging activity, students transformed periodic functions with the goal of collecting all of the stars....

Chemistry 30 students study how to test and express enthalpy changes. We used food items to burn and determine how muc...

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Students in Science 8 try to touch a holographic pig while exploring the properties of reflection and concave mirrors.

Physics 20 students from Drumheller and Threehills went to edmonton to experience the sensations and mathematics involve...

chemistry 30 performed bomb calorimeter experiments where they burn food items and see how much energy (calories) are in...

Students have been having fun with labs, nearpods, etc with our student teacher in science 9!

Students in Code 20 class have been learning the power of using nested 'for' loops. This programming technique can be us...

The Bio 20 class took a turn at playing ecologist! The assignment recently completed had them contracted as biologists...

Melting ice to answer the Plateau Problem

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Calculus students have learned a lot this semester! The board summarizes much of what was learned this semester. Great j...

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Physics 30 groups from Morrin, Hanna, and Drumheller travelled to the University for Quantum Physics labs

The Science 9 class used their knowledge of electricity and circuits to construct an electric car with the provided mate...

On March 14th students in Mr D's class got to celebrate "pi day" with some delicious π themed cookies!

One of the many trips to the museum for the Palaeo class. The class is making fossil casts which are commonly used in...

Students in math 31 have been working towards beefing up their algebraic skills. This week's topic was solving inequalit...

The Palaeontology 15 class is well underway and we took part in our first program with the Royal Tyrrell Museum. The p...

The science 9 class built their owon flashlights and motors. Some amazing work in 40 minutes!!

Would you describe yourself as a leader, achiever, or innovator? Do you have limitless drive, ambition and determinati...

Did you know that we are surrounded by mathematical relations and functions? For example, the relationship between speed...

The bio 20 class had the opportunity to investigate a number of abiotic factors that influences the health of the Red De...

Math 10C have been working on Lowest Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factors. Using the power of prime factorization...

Chemistry 30's performing a lab.

Students in Mr. D's class were outside enjoying the nice weather while working on their calculus lab in the football fie...

Grade 7s were busy making rock candy for their study of rock crystals!

The science 8 students have tried their hands at microscopy lately. The students have had the challenge of creating we...

In Math 8 we are planning on having a pizza party! But before we buy our pizza we need to figure out which shape of pizz...

Electrostatics!

To those who enjoy math, March 14 is a special day celebrating the irrational number pi (3.14) which is used for finding...

As we go through the Biological Diversity Unit of Science 9 students take a moment to get hands on with DNA.

Testing theories

Some of the science 8 students had the opportunity to reinforce what they have learned about the physiology of an eyebal...

In Science 8 the students are learning about refraction. The students were enjoying experimenting with different materia...

Physics students from DVSS and Threehills took the yellow bus to West Edmonton mall to enjoy the rides and perform calcu...

Science 9 has been working on their electricity unit and on Tuesday they did two labs. The first one was building an ele...