Schedule: May 27, 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.

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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.

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CSU Long Beach: BeachTV Talking Points – The Amazing World of Dolphins

Diane Alps, Adjunct Research Scientist for the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, discusses the range and scope of dolphin activities and physical capabilities and the characteristics of dolphin intelligence

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Passport: Innovation Workshop: Building Discovery

In this show we focus on the engineering and science of how the space shuttles were built and operated. We will understand the creation of the reusable space plane through demonstrations, archival footage, and interviews with experts.

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JFK Library: The Literary Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Colleagues and writers, including Joe Armstrong, Betty Sue Flowers, Harriet Rubin and David Stenn shared their memories of working with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis during her time as an editor in New York City. Greg Lawrence moderated.

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Library of Congress: Lubana Al Quntar & Kenan Adnawi: Traditional Music and Song from Syria

In this concert Lubana Al Quntar performs classical Arabic Maqam pieces with a melancholy flavor, characteristic of this genre. She is accompanied by the internationally known oud player Kenan Adnawi, who also presents traditional instrumental music of Syria.

11:30am PST
SEVA TV: Season 6 – Episode 5

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

12:00pm PST
NSF Presents Dispatches From The Edge – Episode 30

In this episode of Dispatches From the Edge we’ll learn about the science of speed, keeping water clean, and about the Global Coral Microbiome Project.

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.

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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.

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STEM in 30: Landing on Other Planets

Rocket thrusters, giant airbags, and a sky crane, these are just a few ways we have landed on other planets. This episode of STEM in 30 will explore the engineering behind these different techniques and what is in store for future missions, and features NASA scientist Ian Clark, Goddard Historian Bill Siders, and Astronauts Paolo Nespoli and Timothy Kopra.

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Science360 – Show 13

In this episode of Science 360 we’ll learn about fish that produce electricity, net zero water residence halls, helping people with disfiguring facial injuries, and more!

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Smithsonian: Science How? Butterfly Adaptations

Go behind the scenes at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History to meet Butterfly Pavilion Manager Eric Wenzel and Microscopy Educator Juan Pablo Hurtado Padilla with Smithsonian Science How. During this webcast, which originally aired May 24, 2018, Eric and Juan Pablo explore butterfly adaptations, with special regard to their colorful and patterned wings. Eric Wenzel shares butterfly collections from the Smithsonian, showing special adaptations such as mimicry, mimesis, and camouflage. Juan Pablo provides a closer look at the butterfly wings by placing them under the scanning electronic microscope (SEM), revealing the detailed wing structures that give the blue morpho butterfly its brilliantly iridescent blue color. The webcast concludes with a discussion about engineering applications of the unique way colors appear on butterfly wings. Students should come away with a new understanding of the roles of color in nature. This program originally aired as part of the Smithsonian Science How webcast series. Smithsonian Science How brings natural history science and research to elementary- and middle-school students

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PORTS: “The Last Spike” Painting Scandal with the California State Railroad Museum

Join Park Interpreter Kim Whitfield to explore art, history, and memory with the scandalous story of an artist, a politician, and the $25,000 broken deal surrounding the painting of “The Last Spike” of the Transcontinental Railroad

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UCTV: Intersections Presents Lisa Sanders & Brown Sugar

An electrifying harmonizer, Lisa Sanders’ heartfelt songs are genuine with deep meaning and conviction. Her music conveys a style that can only be described as soulful country blues, integrating influences of folk-pop, gospel, rock, and jazz. Writing, singing, and producing from her heart in nearly every genre for over three decades, Sanders continues to make an impact in the musical world. Joining her from the Los Angeles band, Water Tower, will be Kenny Feinstein, on guitars, mandolin, bass, and violin and Tommy Drinkard on bass, percussion, guitars, and banjo.

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SECC: Sacramento City USD Slate

Shows presented by Sacramento City USD

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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.

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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.

6:37pm 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.

6:43pm PST
Sac City USD: The LCAP… Unpacked!

Dr. Ed Eldridge, our LCAP Executive Director, explains what the Local Control and Accountability Plan is, how districts are funded with the Local Control Funding Formula, and how YOU, our educational partners, can get involved in the SCUSD LCAP.

6:45pm PST
Sac City USD: Why Work for Sac City Unified?

Discover your favorite job ever in the heart of a diverse community serving students while enjoying excellent benefits, competitive pay, rewarding work and more.

6:48pm 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

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SEVA Feature: Village Group (Galt JUHSD)

Student producer Trevor Mention from Galt High School produced a video about the Village Group summer program.

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SEVA Feature: G-Tech Robotics Engineering (Galt JUHSD)

Student producer Trevor Mention from Galt High School produced the video “G-Tech Robotics Engineering.” He said: “If you’re a student at Galt High School and have a passion for robotics, design, or engineering, then watch this video to learn more about what the G-TECh team does.”

7:07pm PST
SEVA Studio Tour: Galt High School (Galt JUHSD)

Take a look through Galt High Schools SEVA Studio.

7:11pm PST
Galt JUHSD: SEVA Highlights 2023

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

8:30pm 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.

8:30pm 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.

8:31pm 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.

8:33pm PST
Natomas USD: CTE Student Holly

This National Women’s History Month and Career Technical Education (CTE) Month, Natomas will be featuring students who are making strides, and breaking barriers in traditionally male-dominated fields. This weeks feature will be CTE Public Safety student Holly. Holly says she loves every aspect of the class, as it has helped her figure out what to pursue as a career and network. “It shaped my career, period. It gave me a career that I didn’t know was an option for me as a police officer, and now it’s guiding me on the process of becoming a police officer,” Holly said.

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Natomas USD: Reading, Breathing, Dancing – Sacramento Kings at Natomas Park Elementary

Natomas Park Elementary early learners happily cheer as they get a visit from ‘Slamson the Lion’, retired Sacramento Kings Center Olden Polynice, Emcee Scott “Fresh” Freshour, Commentator, and retired WNBA player Kayte Christensen. The event was made possible thanks to Sacramento City Councilmember Lisa Kaplan, First 5 California, and Natomas Park Elementary leaders. The kids danced, learned breathing exercises, and were read “Oh the Places You Will Go,” by Dr. Seuss at the event.

8:36pm 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.

8:37pm PST
Natomas USD: Technology, Safety, & Care

To close the technology gap, many districts provide Chromebooks and other technology devices for students to take to and from school so that learning can continue beyond the classroom. Natomas Unified has provided Chromebooks or similar technology devices to all students who need one to support learning and enrichment. Unfortunately, there is also a challenge with students losing them and breaking them. This video is designed to help students understand how to care and maintain this valuable resource that is being provided by the school district to support them.

8:40pm 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.

8:42pm PST
Natomas USD: Women Breaking Barriers: CTE Bicycle Technology Student Emmie

This National Women’s History Month and Career Technical Education (CTE) Month we will feature students who are making strides, breaking barriers in traditionally male-dominated fields. This week, we feature CTE Bicycle Technology student Emmie. Emmie loves the class because it integrates math, physics and engineering concepts together into a tangible medium. “I’m an artist. I love to draw and being able to work with these bikes hands-on, teaches me how to see models and bikes from 3D perspectives… I was able to expand my horizons as an artist in this class,” Emmie said.

8:43pm PST
Natomas USD: Feast and Learn at the NUSD Table: Macaroni and Cheese

Feast and Learn with NUSD as we celebrate Black History Month with Chef Vada Galvez and CTE Hospitality students Jerika and Raymond. In this video, the trio share how to cook Chef Vada’s version of baked macaroni and cheese with seafood, what Black History Month means to them, and their personal memories of what makes the dish special.

8:47pm PST
Natomas USD: Feast & Learn at the NUSD Table: Fry Bread

Learn how to make the Native American dish fry bread, as we celebrate National Native American Heritage Month. NUSD parent Isaac Bojorquez, and his two of his sons, Carlos and Albert, show us how to make, roll, and fry the bread in this video. The Bojorquez family also shares how fry bread was created, their traditions, and, of course, how fry bread tastes.

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!