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Cowan Fundamental Elementary School in the San Juan Unified School District presents virtual parent night showcasing what students have been learning, programs and curriculum, and how to enroll your student.
In our continued effort to be a resource for a healthy Natomas, we are piloting Rapid COVID testing with Natomas Unified School District staff members, who are physically working at our centers and school sites, and Natomas Unified students, who are currently enrolled in small cohorts, Day Camps and Day Cares at our school sites. This is one more effort the district is taking to help quickly test individuals to slow the spread of the virus.
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.
Timothy P. Shriver, Ph.D., Chairman of Special Olympics, discusses his new book, Fully Alive, about people living with intellectual disabilities and the legacy of his parents, Eunice and Sargent Shriver. Deborah Becker moderates.
This film was produced in conjunction with the exhibition Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns. Used by artists since the Middle Ages, metalpoint in its simplest form involves inserting gold or silver wire into a stylus to make drawings on paper prepared with an abrasive coating. Kimberly Schenck, head of paper conservation at the National Gallery of Art, demonstrates the process of preparing the paper; Mark Leithauser, the Gallery’s chief of design, demonstrates various ways of drawing with metal; and Stacey Sell, associate curator in the department of old master drawings, comments on the techniques used by the artists. This film is made possible by the HRH Foundation.
Virgilio S. Almario discussed what Filipino culture means and what Philippine society values, cherishes and protects. He explored the evolution of the Filipino culture and society, which are influenced and shaped by myths, legends and folktales, especially in pre-colonial times. Drawing on symbols and artifacts in Filipino historical and literary texts, Almario discussed the importance for the Filipinos to reimagine and rediscover themselves and their heritage for a strong cultural identity. He will conclude with an analysis of the future of the Filipino culture and literature with a thought-provoking question: Are folk narratives vestiges of an irrelevant past, or wisdom for surviving the modern world? The event was co-sponsored with Sentro Rizal Washington DC and the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines.
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/
NASA Ames 2016 Summer Series. The Earth’s oceans cover the majority of the surface area of our planet, yet our understanding of the marine ecosystem is limited. Dr. Block presents her work studying tunas, billfishes and sharks utilization of the ocean.
Expedition 50-51 Soyuz Commander Oleg Novitskiy of Roscosmos and Flight Engineers Peggy Whitson of NASA and Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency launched on the Russian Soyuz MS-03 spacecraft Nov. 18, Kazakh time, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to begin a two-day journey to the International Space Station and the start of a five-month mission. This footage also includes the crew’s pre-launch activities.
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s STEM in 30 series of live, fast-paced, 30-minute webcasts are designed to increase interest and engagement in STEM for students. In recognition of the premiere of Star Trek, 50 years ago this September, this episode of STEM in 30 explores how one of the most popular shows in television history has inspired generations of scientists, astronauts, and engineers, and introduced many technologies that have gone from science fiction to science reality.
Submitting your video to the contest is a great start, but it’s just part of how you can share your vision with the SEVAs. Your Official SEVA 2021 Producer Interview is a vital part of the SEVA program. Head to secctv.org/interview for everything you need to know. pic.twitter.com/3QZ9Z1lyOG
Coming up on this edition of SEVA TV, we find funding for public education and speak up against injustice. Stay tuned for all this and more on this episode of SEVA TV! Watch it now on secctv.org. pic.twitter.com/erDuDiZcr2