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What’s New on CETV – Channel 21

Release Date: 11/22/2010 11:03:20 AM

Here’s what’s new on CETV – Channel 21:

 

Education Matters – Superintendent of Schools Stephen Guthrie explains the recent class size report and breaks down what insight it is giving to the schools, explains why the Academic Recovery Program could save the school system money, and shares information about some of the exciting activities that have been going on in the schools for Veterans Day and American Education Week.

 

Instructionally Speaking – Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Steve Johnson and guest Alice Rau, Academic Facilitator at Liberty High School, discuss study skills for different types of learners.  They detail many diverse methods to help both students and parents to determine the best way for them or their student to get the most out of studying.

 

CETV Newsmakers: On the Positive Side – In the November episode, watch as the Liberty High School Robotics Club brings a crocodile to life.  Create holiday decorations from recycled materials with Manchester Elementary School, and honor those who served our country at Century High School’s Veterans Day activities.  Experience South Carroll High School’s school spirit through photos of their Homecoming Week celebrations.  Finally, check out the creativity that Career and Technology Center Video Production students show in their student created commercials.

 

Focus on Education with Parent Guides – Parent guide and former teacher Claudia Lewis and Patricia Levroney, Coordinator of Minority Achievement and Community Outreach, join host Carey Gaddis to discuss Carroll County Public Schools’ one of a kind Parent Guide Program, which helps families new to the area or to the school experience figure out the school process and become familiar with Carroll County.     

 

For dates and times for any of our programs, check our online schedule at:

http://channel21.carrollk12.org/Cablecast/Public/Schedule.aspx?ChannelID=1

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