(SPONSORED) — What does it take to keep a pumpkin intact despite sustaining a 75-foot freefall? That’s what kindergarten through fifth-grade students at The Colorado Springs School (CSS) discovered during the school’s first-ever “Great Pumpkin Drop.” Nova attended the event to learn more about this fun-filled STEM project.

With a focus on rigorous academic programs supported by experience-based learning, CSS
students are active participants in learning and might benefit more than other students in a more traditional environment.

For more information about The Colorado Springs School, visit css.org.