Schedule: May 15, 2021

12:00am PST
UCTV: Public Affairs
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Public Affairs Programs!
3:00am 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.
6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: Will Rogers MS (San Juan USD)
Student created videos from Will Rogers Middle School.
6:45am PST
SEVA Studio Profile: Pleasant Grove High School (Elk Grove USD)
Learn about the SEVA Studio inside Pleasant Grove High School.
7:00am 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.
8:00am PST
SEVA TV: Season 3 – Episode 13
A showcase of SEVA entries with hosts and interviews with students over Zoom. Topic: Health.
9:00am PST
SCOE: Arts Partnership Helps Address Student Mental Health Issues
The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) is collaborating with the City of Sacramento Office of Arts and Culture on a new program that combines artists, community mentors, and mental health specialists to assist students most affected by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and related school closures. Called Sacramento Healthy HeARTs and Minds, the program uses the arts to help address mental health issues, trauma, absenteeism, and other effects of the pandemic on already at-risk youth. More information: https://www.scoe.net/news/library/2021/january/13art_program/
9:02am PST
SCOE: SCOE Re-Opens Special Education Program in Galt
SCOE Re-Opens Special Education Programs in Galt High School.
9:05am PST
SCOE: River Bend Virtual Field Trip 1
"From the American River Parkway Foundation and SCOE, take a virtual field trip to River Bend Park. With traditional field trips currently on hold due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) has been hard at work to bring some of these formative experiences online. SCOE collaborated with the American River Parkway Foundation (ARPF) to create an engaging series of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) video lessons for students, recorded on location at the River Bend Outdoor Education site and the Effie Yeaw Nature Center. After completing the new video series, families are encouraged to visit the American River Parkway in person—making sure to take appropriate physical distancing and safety precautions—to experience one of Sacramento’s finest natural resources and make real-life scientific observations."
9:14am PST
SCOE: River Bend Virtual Field Trip 2
From the American River Parkway Foundation and SCOE, take a virtual field trip to River Bend Park. With traditional field trips currently on hold due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) has been hard at work to bring some of these formative experiences online. SCOE collaborated with the American River Parkway Foundation (ARPF) to create an engaging series of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) video lessons for students, recorded on location at the River Bend Outdoor Education site and the Effie Yeaw Nature Center. After completing the new video series, families are encouraged to visit the American River Parkway in person—making sure to take appropriate physical distancing and safety precautions—to experience one of Sacramento’s finest natural resources and make real-life scientific observations.
9:21am PST
SCOE: River Bend Virtual Field Trip 3
From the American River Parkway Foundation and SCOE, take a virtual field trip to River Bend Park. With traditional field trips currently on hold due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) has been hard at work to bring some of these formative experiences online. SCOE collaborated with the American River Parkway Foundation (ARPF) to create an engaging series of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) video lessons for students, recorded on location at the River Bend Outdoor Education site and the Effie Yeaw Nature Center. After completing the new video series, families are encouraged to visit the American River Parkway in person—making sure to take appropriate physical distancing and safety precautions—to experience one of Sacramento’s finest natural resources and make real-life scientific observations.
9:27am PST
SCOE: Geological History of Lake Tahoe
Take a virtual field trip with California State Parks experts and learn about Lake Tahoe, including its similarities to the California Central Valley.
9:44am PST
JFK Library: Rosemary Kennedy
On October 14, 2015, Kate Clifford Larson discussed her biography, Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter, with Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe columnist Eileen McNamara.
10:30am PST
Los Rios (CRC): Spring 2021 Convocation
Cosumnes River College's Spring 2021 Convocation includes: CRC land acknowledgment video, classified Senate President message, academic Senate President message, student feedback video, breakout group activity, activity group responses.
11:31am PST
San Juan USD: New San Juan Unified Facilities Make Their Debut
With the return of students to hybrid in-person learning on March 22, several brand new or fully renovated buildings (funded by bonds) made their debut in San Juan Unified. This video highlights the brand new Del Paso Manor Elementary campus, the fully renovated career-technical education.
11:35am PST
San Juan USD: COVID-19 Self Testing
To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of students, staff and those around them, San Juan Unified is making voluntary asymptomatic COVID-19 testing locations available to students each week. Testing is voluntary and there is no cost to the individual being
11:38am PST
Natomas USD: Thanking Our Nurses, Our Unsung Heroes
We appreciate our frontline nurses who have been working behind the scenes to get the vaccines ready for the community. We couldn't do this work without them. Thank you!
11:39am PST
Natomas USD: Paso Verde School Opening Day on Permanent Campus
Paso Verde School in the Natomas Unified School District has its Opening Day.
11:40am PST
Elk Grove USD: Q&A – Wellness Resources
Elk Grove Unified gives a Q&A regarding wellness resources.
12:01pm PST
Folsom Cordova USD: Facility Safety Measures
Folsom Cordova shares its new safety measures that are taking place in the district's facilities.
12:06pm PST
Center JUSD: Oak Hill Elementary School – Kindergarten Receives New Classrooms
Oak Hill Elementary in Center JUSD receives three new Kindergarten Classrooms, 100% funded by the state.
12:07pm PST
Natomas USD: Day in the Life of In-Person Instruction at Secondary Sites
NUSD secondary students back on campus for in-person instruction.
12:09pm PST ON NOW
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.
12:13pm PST
Elk Grove USD: Mental Health/Suicide Prevention Tips
"National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 1-800-273-8255 https://www.suicideispreventable.org http://www.directingchangeca.org"
12:30pm PST
SEVACON: Bob Peterson of Pixar
SEVACON connected with Bob Peterson to learn about his journey and experiences as an animator, screenwriter, director, voice actor and member of Pixar’s Senior Creative Team. Some of Bob’s credits include: writer and co-director of UP, voice actor (Roz in Monsters Inc.), co-writer on Finding Nemo, co-writer on Cars 3 and writer/director of Forky Asks a Question. Bob also shared how he embeds life experiences into the stories he creates.
1:37pm PST
SEVACON Highlight: Creating a Pitch Deck with Jessica Mathies
Hearst Television Executive Producer, Jessica Mathies, works in program development to pitch new show ideas to the network and shares some of her advice on how to make a strong pitch for your next story. To learn more, check out the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSYfOaWgKiY
1:42pm PST
SEVACON Highlight: Recording Zoom Interviews with Deirdre Fitzpatrick
KCRA 3 news reporter, Deirdre Fitzpatrick, shares how she conducts interviews live through zoom and how to make the most of what you have on hand. To learn more check out the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIrKPFCRyj4
2:00pm PST
SEVA 2016 All Entries Reel
Here is your Student Educational Video Awards All Entries Reel for 2016!
3:00pm 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.
3:11pm 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.
3:24pm 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.
3:38pm PST
National Gallery of Art: Introduction to Sculpture
This orientation to the art of sculpture surveys major stylistic periods in Western art—from the medieval, renaissance, and baroque to the twentieth century. Additional footage shows a sculptor demonstrating techniques: carving marble, molding clay, casting bronze, and welding steel.
4:00pm 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/
4:01pm 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.
4:08pm PST
Share Your Story: Family Video (San Juan USD)
Share Your Story: Family Video from Sydney of Del Campo High School
4:09pm 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
4:10pm PST
Share Your Story: Wash Your Hands (San Juan USD)
Share Your Story: Wash Your Hands from Del Paso Manor Elementary School
4:11pm PST
Share Your Story: Buoyancy Experiment
Emily from Sunrise Elementary School does a science experiment with her father.
4:13pm PST
Share Your Story: Welcome to My Quarantine Experience (Natomas USD)
Share Your Story: Welcome to My Quarantine Experience from Natomas Unified School District.
4:15pm PST
Share Your Story: Superhero (Elk Grove USD)
Share Your Story: Superhero from Sunrise Elementary School
4:17pm PST
Share Your Story: My Daddy is My Hero (Elk Grove USD)
Share Your Story: My Daddy is my HERO from Sunrise Elementary School.
5:14pm PST
NASA Ames: Jin-Woo Han – Vacuum Electronics in an Nanometer Era
NASA Ames 2016 Summer Series. Modern space vehicles rely on transistors. Radiation tolerance of space electronics is critical for space exploration beyond low Earth orbit. Dr. Jin-Woo Han's presentation discusses advancements in the use of vacuums to improve radiation immunity in space circuitry.
6:00pm PST
SEVACON: Home Studio with Deirdre Fitzpatrick
SEVA CON with Deirdre Fitzpatrick-Participants learned about simple equipment you can use to create a great video regardless of where you are. They also went behind-the-scenes with SEVA producers as well as KCRA Morning News anchor Deirdre Fitzpatrick.
6:37pm PST
SEVACON: Story Pitch-Fest with Jessica Mathies
This event put great story ideas in the spotlight, and students brought their SEVA video project ideas to share! Participants learned about the process of pitching video ideas to others from Jessica Mathies, Executive Producer of Program Development for Hearst Television.
7:00pm PST
Folsom Cordova USD: FCUSD Staff – COVID Health and Safety Information Night and Q&A
FCUSD Staff comes together to answer community questions around COVID health and safety.
8:18pm PST
UCTV: ¡Las Sandinistas! Director Jenny Murray
The possibilities of the Nicaraguan revolution, the refusal of current government officials to speak on the record, and the importance of recording the stories of an aging generation all arise in this conversation between director/producer Jenny Murray and moderator Bianka Ballina about ¡Las Sandinistas!. In this video, Murray discusses the reemergence of Nicaraguan protests in 2018 and her film’s uncertain future in the Central American nation.
9:00pm PST
UCTV: Arts & Music – 2 hrs
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Arts and Music Programs!