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9/5- Labor Day
9/11- Rememberance Day
9/16- International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone
9/19- Talk Like a Pirate Day
9/22- Autumnal Equinox
The Power of Light
Study about the Ozone Layer, the Sun and UV rays in your classroom by booking our Power of Light program. Students will discover and learn all about the Ozone Layer and more!
Bubble Atmosphere

Try your hand at making your very own atmosphere right in your own home! You will discover how the atmosphere surrounding Earth works to protect us from the Sun's harmful rays. You'll also discover how light travels, get to meet ROY G. BIV and experiment with the electromagnetic spectrum & more! 
Visit our Science Made Fun KIDS Page to enjoy educational science trivia, jokes & experiments for your entire class! 

Back to School Promos
-Book & Complete any program in October and receive $1.00 off per student.
-Book 3 or More programs for entire grade level over the school year and receive $.50 off per student!

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"Thank you so much for coming out! I love how well you broke down scientific content into kid friendly terms!"
Holly McMurray
Upward Elementary
Flat Rock, NC

  STEM Careers that Study the Ozone Layer
diagram-29982_1280On September 16, 2014, it was announced by the United Nations General Assembly to proclaim the day as the Internation Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. Which also commemorates the date of the signing, in 1987, of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. 
What is the Ozone Layer?
The ozone layer is one layer of the stratosphere which makes up the second layer of the Earth's atmosphere. The stratosphere is comprised of protective gases including ozone and oxygen molecules that cling to our planet. The ozone layer is very important as it absorbs intense ultraviolet radiation from the sun and blocks the UV rays from reaching the Earth's surface.
STEM Careers Pertaining to the
Study of the Ozone Layer 

As STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) education becomes ever more popular in today's academics, we wanted to talk a little about STEM careers pertaining to the study of the ozone layer. The type of scientist who studies the ozone layer can be called a meteorologist or climatologist. Over the year's these types of scientists noticed that the ozone layer was thinning out. With no ozone layer, there would be no protection from the sun's harmful UVA & UVB rays.


From the Archives: 
September 2014 Edition: All American Breakfast Month

September is All-American Breakfast Month. This month long event encourages individuals, especially school aged children, to avoid skipping this crucial meal and enjoy a healthy breakfast. There have been recent studies done that show the correlation between students eating a healthy breakfast and their performance in school.


Did you know that High Touch High Tech does Science Birthday Parties?! Book a party with us today and receive 10% off! 
Sunshine House Centers - Greenville, NC
Fletcher Elementary School- Fletcher, NC
Dana Elementary School- Hendersonville, NC
Camp Courage - Marietta, SC

9/20 - YMCA Hendersonville - Community Day 8am to 11am! Join us in making some icky, drippy, sticky science stuff! 

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