SECC’s mission is to provide quality educational resources to learners of all ages in the greater Sacramento community primarily through video and other information and communication technologies via cable systems and networks. SECC is a collaborative effort of the K-20 education community all working together toward this mission.
Board of Directors
Gabe Ross (Secretary) – Los Rios Community College District
Michael Borgaard – Elverta Joint School District
California State University, Sacramento
Jon Cornelison – San Juan Unified School District
Jerry Jones (Director at Large) – Sacramento County Office of Education
Barbara Schiffner (Director at Large) – Natomas Unified School District
Kim Harrison (Director at Large) – Folsom Cordova Unified School District
Mark Lawler (Treasurer) – Robla School District
Elliot Lopez (Vice Chair) – Sacramento City Unified School District
Marvin Lord (Director at Large) – Center Unified School District
Steve Mate (Chair) – Elk Grove Unified School District
Lois Yount – Galt Joint Union Elementary School District
Joe Parente – Process Theatre, Inc.
Elizabeth Kaufman – Galt Joint Union High School District
Aroche Union School District
Russ Selken (Director at Large) – Twin Rivers Unified School District
Board of Directors Meeting Dates & Agendas
Thursdays 12:00-2:00 at the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE).
Directions to SCOE | 10474 Mather Boulevard – Mather, CA 95655
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Sacramento Area Educational Public Information Officers (PIO)
An adhoc committee comprised of all the Sacramento K-12, Community Colleges and Sacramento State University Public Information Officers, Public Relations and Community Relations leaders. The group meets 4 times per year to build alliances, strengthen educational relationships and share best practices.
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Capitol Region Educational Technology Cohorts
An SECC coordinated ad-hoc committee of all Capitol Region educational technology leaders – CTO’s, Executive Directors, Directors, etc. The Committee meets 5 times a year to strengthen district relations, build partnerships and share best practices.
2018-2019 Meeting Dates: Fridays 12:00p – 3:00p
September 7, 2018 – Twin Rivers USD – Agenda
October 26, 2018 – Roseville City School District
January 11, 2019 – Elk Grove USD
March 8, 2019 – SCOE
May 10, 2019 – Folsom Cordova USD
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Digital Media Content Committee (DMCC)
SECC’s Digital Media Content Committee’s (DMCC) is a collaboration of key regional curriculum and technology experts. This group of preK-20 educators meet 5 times a year to share ideas and best practices for educational technology.
2018-2019 Meeting Dates: Wednesdays 12:00p – 2:00p
September 12, 2018 – Twin Rivers USD – Meeting Notes
November 14, 2018 – Folsom Cordova USD
January 9, 2019 – Natomas USD
March 20, 2019 – Elk Grove USD
May 8, 2019 – San Juan USD
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Family Engagement Forum
Representatives from school districts across Sacramento County have created the Family Engagement Forum. The goal of the forum is to engage families so they can actively support their student’s learning and development in meaningful ways. Each week videos selected by the local districts containing vital information for families will air on SECC Channel 15. For more programming informations please visit: Family Engagement Forum Programming.
2018-2019 Meeting Dates: Thursdays 12:00p – 2:00p
June 21, 2018 – Natomas USD – Meeting Notes
September 13, 2018 – Sacramento State University – Agenda
January 10, 2019 – Robla USD
May 9, 2019 – San Juan USD
SECC coordinates the SEVAs (Student Educational Video Awards), a free educational video contest for Sacramento County students. We receive submissions from K-20 students across the county in five different categories including: Creative Expression, Documentary, Instructional, Public Service Announcement and School News. A panel of judges watch every video and use our rubrics to select the top videos in each category.
The SEVA program provides students with the opportunity to express themselves, be creative, collaborate, problem solve, improve organization, communicate, write and develop self-confidence. Our number of submissions grows every year with over 1400 students participating annually.
The SEVA Teachers Community encourages all media / SEVA teachers to get together and share what is going on in their classrooms. It’s the perfect opportunity to collaborate, share resources and learn new production techniques and ideas from colleagues.
2018-2019 Meeting Dates: Mondays 5:00p – 7:00p
May 30, 2018 – Rosemont High School – Meeting Notes
September 10, 2018 – Center High School – Meeting Notes
November 5, 2018 – Del Campo High School
January 14, 2019 – Sunrise Elementary School
June 10, 2019 – Toby Johnson Middle School
On August 26, 1985, eight South Natomas residents tuned in, for the first time, to cable television, and the Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium (SECC) aired, for the first time, programming on one channel. Cable television was activated that day and SECC was the only community channel ready to provide programming. Then, SECC’s 50 hours a week of pre-recorded programs were an enormous accomplishment, especially with a two-person staff. Today, SECC’s viewers watch programming 24/7 on two channels: Cable 15 & 16. SECC is part of Sacramento’s community cable channels along with Access Sacramento, KVIE’s Cable 7, Sacramento Faith, and Metro Cable.