Lowry has been adding new science classes for a while now, so in order to respect everyone's ideas, they have introduced Flat Earth Studies.
The debate about the shape of the world has been going on for some time now. While there have been other shapes introduced such as a donut, or even an octagon; the basic shapes are a sphere or of course, flat. Even NBA superstar Kyrie Irving believes the Earth is flat.
Science teacher, Mrs. Alexis Mattson, thinks this course will help motivate children to become more involved in their studies.
The new course will be focusing on the studies of Arnold Dumpt; a scientist at Department of Undergraduate Meteorological Biophilia. Not only are Lowry students being introduced to the Flat Earth Studies, but it’s going to be introduced at a younger age. Dumpt has been sending astronauts into space; and discovered undeniable facts that the Earth is indeed flat. He has found that when humans travel to a high enough altitude, the human eye sees the shape of the Earth as a plane. However, when you are not far enough from the atmosphere, you'll view the Earth as a sphere.
The School District is also taking a vote to instill a professional debate about why water is not wet. Lowry has decided to accommodate every student once again.