These Natomas Unified School District’s Parent University video clips cover topics ranging from: Why reading at grade level in 3rd grade is so important, how a NUSD parent can monitor their child’s academic progress to how does a parent choose the best middle school for their child
From the 1850s to the 1870s, Frederic Edwin Church was the leading landscape painter in America. This program traces his career from his early studies through the years when his depictions of the natural wonders of the Americas made him the nation's most celebrated landscape painter.
Beach TV's Yoga class revisits balancing on one and two legs. This time the focus is on hip-opening balances (external rotation) that reaffirm the importance of a steady foundation and the importance of the breath to keep the mind calm and focused.
Hasia Diner discussed her new book, "Roads Taken: Jewish Peddelers and Their American Journey." The talk was cosponsored by the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington. Historian Hasia Diner is Paul And Sylvia Steinberg Professor of American Jewish History, professor of Hebrew and interim director of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University.
Students across our district on March 14, shared their voices in a dialogue about school safety and led civil, peaceful, and somber demonstrations to stand in solidarity with victims of violence. They helped lead voter registration drives, held forums on school safety, and participated in character campaigns. Here's a snapshot of some of the student-led activities from three of our high schools.
What do volcanoes reveal about the Earth? Geologist Elizabeth Cottrell explains how volcanoes form, how they work, and what comes out of them. See what she learns from volcanic rocks collected from the seafloor.
This episode of STEM in 30 looks at the continued research on the International Space Station, aimed at better understanding how long-term spaceflight affects the human body. This is an important step toward safely sending humans to Mars.
School cafeterias may be closed this summer, but children and teens can still get nutritious breakfasts and lunches at no charge at Sacramento City Unified schools beginning June 26. Continuing to feed students throughout the summer helps ensure kids are healthy and ready to learn when school resumes.
Sacramento City Unified School District has launched an elementary sports program that will serve over 22,000 children participating in sports throughout the year at all elementary schools. The new sports program is good for kids and will also boost student attendance rates. Kids will have the opportunity to play flag football in the fall, basketball in the spring, or participate in a running program that runs year-round.