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Cedar Point holding Physics, Science and Math Week

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Meteorologists Chris Vickers and Kimberly Newman are enjoying the experience with intern Heather. Meteorologists Chris Vickers and Kimberly Newman are enjoying the experience with intern Heather.
SANDUSKY, OH (Press Release) -

A week after opening up for 2014, Cedar Point has stepped into Physics, Science and Math Week.

Physics, Science and Math Week, now through Friday, is when gravity, inertia, calculus and more come to life aboard Cedar Point's record-breaking collection of rides and roller coasters.

High school physics students will have the chance to apply the lessons they've learned in the classroom while middle school students will discover how math and science apply to the fun of Cedar Point by using stopwatches, rulers and calculators to measure speed, height and shape.

Educational partners such as COSI-Columbus, The Imagination Station in Toledo, Michigan Science Center in Detroit, NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland and many more will help teach students the science behind the thrills.

Not only can students have fun learning this week, they can also save money on admission during Cedar Point's Student ID Weekend. This Friday through Sunday May 16-18, all students in grades kindergarten through 12th and those with a current college ID can purchase a special one-day admission ticket to Cedar Point for only $44.99.  

For more information about the schedule of events and a complete operating schedule, visit cedarpoint.com.

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