Schedule: Jun 17, 2024

12:00am PST
UCTV: Variety

Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation’s premier research university, UCTV embraces the core missions of the University of California — teaching, research and public service — through quality, in-depth television that informs, educates and enriches the lives of people around the globe.

3:00am PST
UCTV: Humanities

Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation’s premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV’s Humanities Programs!

6:00am PST
SEVA Studios: Rosemont High School (Sac City USD)

Latest news and information from Rosemont High School, produced by Rosemont High School Media Production.

6:15am PST
SEVA Studios: Natomas High School (Natomas USD)

Latest news and information from Natomas High School, produced by Natomas NTV.

6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: Arden MS (San Juan USD)

Videos and school news from Arden Middle School.

6:45am PST
SEVA Studios: Oak Hill ES (Center JUSD)

Student created videos from Oak Hill Elementary School.

7:00am PST
CSU Long Beach: BeachTV Talking Points – Jurassic Dinosaurs: Scientific Facts and Urban Myths

Diana Pomeroy examines dinosaur science and contrasts it with popular cultural myths, ultimately defining the dinosaur legacy accurately between the fourth and fifth mass extinction events.

7:30am PST
Passport: The Music of Washington’s World

Explore the soundtrack of George Washington’s 18th century world.
Join our student hosts as they travel to such 18th century sites as Gadsby’s Tavern for an 18th century ball and a conversation with General Washington.

8:30am PST
JFK Library: A Conversation with Malala Yousafzai

Watch Malala Yousafzai, the 15-year-old girl shot by the Taliban last October because of her advocacy for children’s education, and her father, Ziaubiddin Yousafzai, discuss the fight for universal education with WBUR’s Robin Young.

9:36am PST
UCTV: When Science Meets Fiction – The Movie “William”

The science of stem cells allows us to understand our genome by comparing our own genome to that of our ancient cousins – the Neanderthal.

The motion picture William is a story about a Neanderthal living among modern humans. The director of the UC San Diego Stem Cell Program Alysson Muotri was able to visit with the creator and director, Tim Disney, to discuss the real issues explored by this fantasy.

10:00am PST
Library of Congress: Torcuato Zamora

A concert featuring guitarist Torcuato Zamora and flamenco dance company Furia Flamenco.

11:30am PST
SEVA TV: Season 6 – Episode 2

Join us for this season of SEVA TV. In this episode student’s videos focus on classrooms.

12:00pm PST
NSF Presents Dispatches From The Edge – Episode 18

In this episode of Dispatches From the Edge we’ll learn about mussels, solar power, and biotechnology!

12:30pm PST
NASA

NASA brings you the latest news, images and videos from America’s space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

2:00pm PST
NOAA Video Collection 1

NOAA is an agency that enriches life through science. From the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor, they work to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them.

2:30pm PST
STEM in 30: The Process of Invention

Before they built airplanes, the Wright brothers built bicycles. This episode of STEM in 30 was broadcast live from inside the Wright brothers’ bicycle shop at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan. We take a look at their workshop and see how their fascination with solving the problem of human flight led to the invention of the airplane. 

3:01pm PST
Science360 – Show 1

In this episode of Science 360 we’ll learn about nanotechnology, binary systems, and more. Also the creators of Science Nation discuss their favorite moments of the series.

3:30pm PST
Science How? Measuring Biodiversity – Life in One Cubic Foot

Dive into the diverse world of coral reefs with marine biologist Chris Meyer! Learn how he uses “reef hotels” to study the biodiversity of coral reefs in Indonesia and French Polynesia – and why biodiversity research is vital.

4:00pm PST
PORTS: Yappin’ Bout Yop at La Purisima Mission State Historic Park

Join California State Parks Docent Doug at La Purisima Mission State Historic Park to discover Yop, a remarkable material used by the Chumash people since time immemorial. This material helped to revolutionize the Chumash economy!

5:00pm PST
UCTV: A Conversation with Poet Laureate Jason Magabo Perez

Poet Laureate Jason Magabo Perez discusses his work, including his newest book, “I ask about what falls away,” as well as his time as San Diego’s Poet Laureate with UC San Diego University Librarian Erik Mitchell. Perez is an Associate Professor and Director of Ethnic Studies at California State University San Marcos. He is the author of “Phenomenology of Superhero” and “This is for the Mostless.” He’s a recipient of a Challenge America Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and previous Artist-in-Residence at the Center for Art and Thought.

6:15pm PST
Natomas USD: ‘Love & Logic’ Shares Tips on Raising Self-Confident Children

Families recently received techniques to help them navigate raising self-confident, motivated, and resilient children thanks to the free Parent University series ‘Love and Logic’. Watch this video to hear what parents learned and how they were able to use those skills immediately to enhance their parenting. To learn about future workshops, access podcasts, recorded sessions, and resources through Parent University, visit the Parent University webpage.

6:30pm PST
SECC: Sacramento City USD Slate

Shows presented by Sacramento City USD

6:30pm PST
Sac City USD: Introducing Superintendent Lisa Allen

At the April 18, 2024 Board of Education meeting, Lisa Allen accepted the position of Superintendent after serving SCUSD for nearly 30 years.

6:31pm PST
Sac City USD: Central Kitchen’s Local Partnerships to Improve School Nutrition

Learn about how our Nutrition Services department partners with local growers, ranches and restaurants to synergistically improve access to high quality meals in our region and step up our school nutrition game.

6:34pm PST
Sac City USD: District Teacher of the Year 2024 – Angelia Brye-Jones

The Sacramento County Teachers of the Year program recognizes excellence in teaching within the county’s schools. Participating districts nominate individual teachers to receive this special recognition.

6:38pm PST
Sac City USD: District Teacher of the Year 2024 – Nicole Quinn

The Sacramento County Teachers of the Year program recognizes excellence in teaching within the county’s schools. Participating districts nominate individual teachers to receive this special recognition.

6:44pm PST
Sac City USD: High School Specialty Program Information at Miwok Middle

8th grade students at Miwok Middle learn about SCUSD’s high school specialty program offerings throughout our district.

7:00pm PST
SECC: Galt JUHSD Slate

Shows presented by Galt JUHSD

7:00pm PST
SEVA Studio Tour: Galt High School (Galt JUHSD)

Take a look through Galt High Schools SEVA Studio.

7:03pm PST
Galt JUHSD: SEVA Highlights 2023

Check out the 2023 SEVA entries from Galt Joint Union Elementary School District.

8:30pm PST
SECC: Natomas USD Slate

Shows presented by Natomas USD

8:30pm PST
Natomas USD: Workability: Benefitting Students and Natomas Business Owners

WorkAbility is a grant funded program through the California Department of Education which helps special education students. The students’ salary and insurance are paid through the program.

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Natomas USD: Feast and Learn at the NUSD Table: Pho Tai (Rare Steak)

As we celebrate AAPI month, we’d like to share this pho recipe from Kim. Kim works for the Natomas Nutrition Services department. Watch as she cooks Pho Tai, and shares how the dish has become a part of her family tradition.

8:43pm PST
Natomas USD: Field Day at Natomas High School 2024

The 9th Annual Field Day at Natomas High School took place last Friday at Natomas High School. This is an annual event that students, staff, and families look forward to each year.

8:45pm PST
Natomas USD: Breaking Barriers: CTE Student Momina

This National Women’s History Month and Career Technical Education (CTE) Month, Natomas USD will feature students who are making strides, breaking barriers in traditionally male-dominated fields. This week, will feature CTE Engineering student Momina. Momina says the class has helped her find her love of robotics. “When I took this class, I learned a lot (of engineering concepts), which will help me in college,” Momina said.

8:46pm PST
Natomas USD: High School Sports Mentors

Mentoring happens at Natomas USD in many formats. They have programs where high school students mentor younger students. Here’s one example of that happening with a group of Inderkum Athletes mentoring student-athletes at Natomas Park Elementary.

8:47pm PST
Natomas USD: Breaking Barriers: CTE Student Hanna

This National Women’s History Month and Career Technical Education (CTE) Month Natomas Unified School District continue’s to feature students who are making strides and thriving in CTE pathways that are traditionally male-dominated fields. This week, we feature CTE Building and Construction Trades student Hanna. Hanna shares that the pathway helped her hone in on her own academic and career goals, “In the beginning, I wanted to go to college for architecture or engineering, but this class has pushed me more towards construction management, and I’m feeling pretty good about that,” Hanna said.

8:48pm PST
Natomas USD: Natomas Pride LGBTQIA+ Student Event & Conference

Through a collaborative effort with all NUSD schools, students, with the support of staff, facilitated the first LGBTQIA+ Student Conference. The day began with a speaker who educated the audience on the history of LGBTQIA+ and ended with an inspiring and educational student panel. There was delicious food, crafts, informational booths, good music, and much more.

8:49pm PST
Natomas USD: Natomas High TV: Students Taste New Nutrition Services Menu Item

It was a spicy, albeit delicious assignment for some Natomas High School students as they tasted Nutrition Services’s new menu item: buffalo chicken wrap. Watch this video, produced by our talented CTE Digital Media pathway students, as they take a bite and share their feedback with the chefs.

8:51pm PST
Natomas USD: ‘A History of Me’ – A Lesson on Identity

Students participate in an activity in which they read the book “A History of Me” and guided in discussions about identity and self-identity.

8:55pm PST
Natomas USD: NUSD Multicultural Festival 2024

More than 1,500 people attended Natomas Unified’s first district-wide Multicultural Festival at Inderkum High School last weekend. The event was a display of how our different cultural foods, dances, arts and crafts, music, and more are to be celebrated and appreciated by one another. Watch this highlight video of just some of the fun and education offered to families. So many people and groups are to thank in making this event possible! Thank you for your time, talent, and your commitment to show our students and families the power of diversity.

8:57pm PST
Natomas USD: Natomas Unified’s Last Week’s Wrap Up

You may have missed this week at Natomas Unified, in this week’s Last Week’s Wrap Up.

9:00pm PST
UCTV: Health & Medicine

Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation’s premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV’s Health & Medicine Programs!