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***2019 USTAR 9th-12th Grade Science Summer Course Offerings***

Secondary Science - Jordan District

***2019 USTAR 9th-12th Grade Science Summer Course Offerings***

Welcome to the Jordan District's Secondary Sciences page!  Here in the Jordan District we are proud of our cutting edge and innovative Science and STEM programs.  We are leading the State in promoting top tier STEM opportunities.  We invite you to explore our website and learn more about what makes Jordan School District the top Science and STEM program in Utah!

Jordan District Science News

What is happening in The Jordan District's Secondary Sciences?  Here you will find information about the latest activities, announcements, news, opportunities, and other cool happenings from around our District!  This page is updated frequently, so check back often!

Jordan District Science And STEM Fair 2018-2019
We are excited to announce that this year's Jordan District Science And STEM Fair will take place on February 21, 2019.  For more information click on the image below.

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What is new in science?

Warm air helped keep 2017 Antarctic ozone hole smallest in 29 years

 November 2, 2017Warmth in the Antarctic stratosphere helped limit the size of the ozone hole in 2017 to the smallest observed since 1988, NOAA and NASA scientists say.
This time-lapse photo shows the path of an ozonesonde as it rises into the atmosphere in the South Pole. Scientists release these balloon-borne sensors to measure the thickness of the ozone layer.

Measurements from NASA satellites showed the hole in the Earth’s ozone layer that forms over Antarctica each September grew to only 7.6 million square miles in extent (coverage) before starting to recover this year. The average peak area observed since 1991 has been roughly 10 million square miles.

The ozone hole reached its peak extent on Sept. 11, covering an area about two and a half times the size of the United States, and then declined through the remainder of September and into October. NOAA’s ground- and balloon-based measurements also found the least amount of ozone depletion since 1988. The two agencies have monitored the ozone hole for the past 25 years.