Schedule: Feb 28, 2021

6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: Folsom HS (Folsom Cordova USD)
News programs and informational shows produced by students at Folsom High School.
6:45am PST
SEVA Studios: Helen Carr Castello Elementary School (Elk Grove)
The latest news from Helen Carr Castello Elementary School in the Elk Grove Unified School District.
7:00am PST
Natomas USD: Music Production Pathway
Jeff Galindo from Natomas High School discusses the music production pathway.
7:02am PST
Natomas USD: Model Continuation High School Recognition
The California Department of Education selected Discovery High School as a Model Continuation High School for providing comprehensive services to at-risk youth through the use of exemplary instructional strategies, flexible scheduling, and guidance and counseling services.
7:07am PST
Natomas USD: Mobile Meal Service
An overview of the meals served during COVID-19 by various Sacramento County School Districts and the partners involved which supply food, materials, and grants. Although this has been happening throughout the nation, the relationships and resources available to the Sacramento Meal Collaborative has made our county stand out.
7:12am PST
Natomas USD: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa
Sixth-graders at American Lakes School paid tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks today (Feb. 7) in this moving performance, an annual campus tradition, that speaks of justice, equality and courage. Their words are timeless and show that Dr. King's dream lives on in the hearts and minds of our youth. For a heaping helping of inspiration, click on the video below
8:00am PST
Share Your Story Promo
You’re home for a couple of weeks, let’s take the time to Share Your Story and exercise your video production skills. Learn more at https://www.secctv.org/call-to-action-share-your-story/
8:01am PST
Share Your Story: How to Make White Pasta Sauce (San Juan USD)
Share Your Story: How to Make White Pasta Sauce. From Will Rogers Middle School, student Micah teaches how to make white pasta sauce.
8:08am PST
Share Your Story: Family Video (San Juan USD)
Share Your Story: Family Video from Sydney of Del Campo High School
8:09am PST
Share Your Story: How to Make the Perfect Snowball (San Juan USD)
Share Your Story: How to Make the Perfect Snowball from Sylvan Middle School
8:10am PST
Share Your Story: Wash Your Hands (San Juan USD)
Share Your Story: Wash Your Hands from Del Paso Manor Elementary School
8:11am PST
Share Your Story: Buoyancy Experiment
Emily from Sunrise Elementary School does a science experiment with her father.
8:13am PST
Share Your Story: Welcome to My Quarantine Experience (Natomas USD)
Share Your Story: Welcome to My Quarantine Experience from Natomas Unified School District.
8:15am PST
Share Your Story: Superhero (Elk Grove USD)
Share Your Story: Superhero from Sunrise Elementary School
8:17am PST
Share Your Story: My Daddy is My Hero (Elk Grove USD)
Share Your Story: My Daddy is my HERO from Sunrise Elementary School.
8:20am PST
CapCUE 2018 – Be a HyperDoc Hero and Save the Instructional Day!
It's time to rescue your students from the evil perils of (dun-dun-DUNNN) disengagement! I'll help you put on your HyperDoc cape and your GSuite tool belt to deliver high quality, intentionally planned and packaged lesson design that's super-charged with engagement, all to becomee the instructional hero your kids need! With Nicole Beardsley.
9:00am PST
SCOE: 2021 Sacramento County Poetry Out Loud
The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Poetry Foundation are pleased to sponsor the Poetry Out Loud program, which encourages the nation’s youth to learn great poetry through memorization and recitation. This program, which began in Washington, D.C. and Chicago, has expanded throughout each state in the nation. Poetry Out Loud invites students to explore the dynamic aspects of slam poetry, spoken word, and theatre in high school classes. The benefits of engagement in this program are the increase in mastery of public speaking skills, student self-esteem, and understanding of literary heritage. The SCOE County competition will be a virtual video submission contest. The County winner and runner up will be announced on a Zoom presentation!
9:24am PST
SCOE: SCOE Re-Opens Special Education Program in Galt
SCOE Re-Opens Special Education Programs in Galt High School.
9:26am PST
SCOE: Sacramento Republic PE – Juggling
Learn how to juggle the ball, with the help of SRFC Academy players and Adam Moffatt. From beginner to advanced, these drills will help you have better control and have fun!
9:29am PST
SCOE: Sacramento Republic PE – Dribbling K-2
Adam Moffat demonstrates how to dribble with the ball at your feet! This is perfect for younger players ages 7 and below.
9:30am PST
SCOE: Sacramento Republic PE – Dribbling 3rd & Up
Adam Moffat and SRFC Academy players and staff help run through a few simple exercises to help learn one of the most important parts of the game - dribbling. These drills are perfect for players ages 8 and up.
9:31am PST
SCOE: Classroom in the Kitchen – Ricotta Cheese
SCOE and SECC partnered to create culinary lessons that will be engaging, standards-based, and infused with Science and Math. Chef Carissa Jones (El Centro Jr,/Sr. High) will prepare chocolate chip cookies, ricotta cheese, and eggs. Chef Steve Hazelton (Leo A. Palmiter Jr./Sr. High) will prepare tortillas, ice cream, and pizza/dough. Carissa and Steve will prepare supplemental materials (worksheets, recipes, etc.) that will be made available via PDF links for teachers, students, and families.
9:38am PST
SCOE: Classroom in the Kitchen – Eggs
SCOE and SECC partnered to create culinary lessons that will be engaging, standards-based, and infused with Science and Math. Chef Carissa Jones (El Centro Jr,/Sr. High) will prepare chocolate chip cookies, ricotta cheese, and eggs. Chef Steve Hazelton (Leo A. Palmiter Jr./Sr. High) will prepare tortillas, ice cream, and pizza/dough. Carissa and Steve will prepare supplemental materials (worksheets, recipes, etc.) that will be made available via PDF links for teachers, students, and families.
9:50am PST
SCOE: 2021 Sacramento County Academic Decathlon Awards
The Sacramento County Academic Decathlon was conducted online by the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) due to COVID-19 restrictions. This awards program announces the winners of the 2021 competition.
10:30am PST
Early Child Development 312: Part 21
Cosumnes River College presents part 21 of ECE 312: Child Development taught by Iris Dimond from the spring semester of 2015.
11:43am PST
BLM California Historic Nobles Emigrant Trail
A short film about the Nobles Emigrant Trail, an important route for 19th century pioneers. Expert filmmakers from the Advanced Laboratory of Visual Anthropology at Chico State produced, directed and filmed the story along the trail route that crosses high desert public lands northeast of Susanville. It describes how the route alleviated some hardships that 19th century emigrants faced on other routes into California’s gold fields and farmlands. The film features interviews with BLM archaeologists and with representatives from Trails West, an organization that documents and marks emigrant trails. Explorer William Nobles in 1852 pioneered the route connecting the Shasta County community of Shasta City with the established Applegate Trail near the Black Rock Desert. The trail crossed the Smoke Creek area, bringing emigrants into the Honey Lake Valley and the current site of Susanville. It continued across the mountains that are now part of the Lassen National Forest before terminating at Shasta City. Visitors can still see remnants of the original trail running parallel to the Smoke Creek Road northeast of Susanville, in Susanville’s Memorial Park, and in areas west of Susanville. Many trail segments are marked with Trails West signposts. Video by California State University, Chico and BLM.
12:00pm PST
San Juan USD: Making Synchronous Time More Engaging and Valuable
San Juan Unified discusses synchronous time and engaging with students.
12:01pm PST
San Juan USD: Liberty Swing Debuts at Ralph Richardson Center
San Juan Unified recently reopened programs for in-person learning in moderate to severe special education programs, and the students at Ralph Richardson Center returned to a big surprise.
12:03pm PST
San Juan USD: Equity Video
Discussion on Project Edquity within the community.
12:05pm PST ON NOW
San Juan USD: SJHS Students Lead Community March
SJHS Students Lead Community March
12:08pm PST
San Juan USD: AIA Design Access Casa Roble HS Final
This video, produced by JKA Architects and Engineers and Flint Builders, highlights the vision, planning, and execution of the Design-Build process for the Student Union and Administration Building at Casa Roble Fundamental High School.
12:30pm PST
SEVA 2019 Award Night Event
Watch the 2019 Student Educational Video Awards Night hosted at Sacramento State University!
2:00pm PST
San Juan USD: College Readiness – Beyond Financial Aid – Paying for College
Learn how to design your ideal spending plan by trimming costs, using savings and 529 plans flexibly, and maximizing tax credits to get you to the targeted benefit. Tools to focus your student on schools within your family’s range, while integrating your retirement planning with college so that you don’t derail your future. Presented by financial planner, Paige Farrell at the San Juan Unified School District College Fair.
2:42pm PST
Sac City USD: More than 3 Million Meals Were Provided to Families Since School Closures
Since March, our Nutrition Services Department has served nearly 3.2 million meals. It’s our staff and community partners that make this important work possible. The district continues to serve meals at 44 sites Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
2:43pm PST
San Juan USD: SJHS Introduces Virtual Wellness Room
San Juan Unified introduces virtual wellness room as a student resource.
2:45pm PST
San Juan USD: SSAC – You are not alone
San Juan Unified School District discusses the impact of the pandemic on mental health and reminds students they are not alone.
3:00pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – White Stock, Ep. 10
The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.
3:09pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Brown Stock Ep. 11
The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.
3:21pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Cream Soups Part 1 Ep. 12
The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.
3:34pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Cream Soups Part 2 Ep. 13
The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.
6:00pm PST
SEVACON: Building a News Story – Olivia DeGennaro from KTXL Fox40
SEVACON shined a spotlight on another SEVA success story from Andrew Carnegie Middle School’s media program. Olivia DeGennaro virtually joined students to give her experiences and tips as a current KTXL Fox40 reporter.
7:00pm PST
SEVA TV: Season 3 – Episode 15
A showcase of SEVA entries with hosts and interviews with students over Zoom. Topic: Social Justice.
8:25pm PST
CapCUE 2017 – Reading Across The Curriculum with Newsela PRO
In this session, Michael will share examples of how current event and nonfictions texts can be used across all content areas to connect the standards to the real world to make learning real and meaningful to students. Through an interactive product demonstration, an examination of a case study, and candid discussion, teachers will become acquainted with different ways Newsela can be used in upper elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. This session will engage new and old Newsela users, so no prior experience with the program needed.