What’s New on CETV – Channel 21
Release Date: 10/12/2011 10:20:11 AM
Here’s what’s new on CETV – Channel 21:
Education Matters – Superintendent of Schools Stephen Guthrie discusses several important events that take place in October, including honoring principals. He explains why it is important to appreciate how much work it takes for principals to make sure that the entire school community runs smoothly. He also encourages students and their families to start thinking about life after high school by checking out the Continuing Education Fair. He talks about why the Board of Education meets with the local delegation and invites the community to come to the town meeting that he hosts along with Board President Jennifer Seidel.
Students Are Talking – Service Learning – In this program, four high school students join host Steve Johnson to discuss the advantages, challenges and expectations of earning service learning hours. Liberty student Grant Kilduff, Winters Mill student Victoria Herbst, Manchester Valley student Dan Stonko, and Westminster student Shannon Scott share their insights on how to enjoy and make the most of the experience of service learning.
CETV Newsmakers: On the Positive Side – In this episode, Carroll County’s Teacher of the Year, Aaron Geiman, finds out he is one of the Finalists for the State of Maryland Teacher of the Year award. Watch the promotional video for the HIKE Foundation’s end of the year reward trip to M&T Bank stadium to spend the day with Ravens Center Matt Birk, and join Taneytown Elementary School students as they promote peace with the raising of their new peace pole. Finally, watch as Piney Ridge Elementary student Robby Schilling begins his run with the torch as one of the Special Olympics torch bearers in the RSVP segment.
Focus on Education with…
Volunteer Program – Jane Farver, Volunteer Coordinator for Carroll County Public Schools, and Lori Wonilowicz, Volunteer Coordinator at Cranberry Station Elementary School, explain the volunteer program and how many ways there are for parents, grandparents, and community members to contribute to their school communities.
Student Services – Dana Falls, Director of Student Services for Carroll County Public Schools, gives an overview of the Student Services Department and the various different aspects of student life that the department handles.
Alternative Programs – Dana Falls, Director of Student Services for Carroll County Public Schools, details the different alternative programs CCPS has to offer students. He gives details of how these programs are beneficial for some students and why he feels these options are misunderstood.
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