WEEK OF JANUARY 14, 2019
Scroll through the GCPS TV Schedule above for a complete listing of programs and air times this week.
The 2019 Gwinnett Student Media Festival is next month! Entries are due by February 1.
Teachers, please continue to encourage your students to produce an entry.
Click here to start the registration process, learn more about the festival, and see examples of talented student entries from last year's festival.
Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
As we approach next Monday’s holiday, we recognize Martin Luther King, Jr. with selected videos.
MLK III Visits Corley Elementary School
Click here to watch the video. (3 minutes)
MLK Lessons throughout Gwinnett
Click here to watch the video. (2 minutes)
Nesbit Elementary Celebrates MLK and Black History with "Be the Change"
This 2012 program focuses on the history of all races of people in America. Be prepared to laugh, smile, and shed a tear during this program of music, dance, and drama aimed at encouraging unity among all students.
Airing at 2 PM daily on GCPS TV. (49 minutes)
SCIENCE AND NATURE
Breakthrough: Polar Bear Witness
For USGS wildlife biologist Karyn Rode, tracking and tranquilizing polar bears from a helicopter are just the first thrilling steps in her research. After acquiring various samples from sleeping bears, Dr. Rode’s unique understanding of what they eat and how quickly they metabolize nutrients allows her to determine the condition of each bear. Working with a team of scientists from the US Fish and Wildlife Service for nearly a decade, Dr. Rode’s monitoring of polar bear health has helped reveal how well populations are adapting to the rapidly warming Arctic.
Click here to view the video. (10 minutes)
In5ive – Week of January 14, 2019 (Rebroadcast)
Cedar Hill Elementary has a new playground . . . Lee Nichols of Burnette Elementary is Gwinnett’s Media Clerk of the Year . . . Jones Middle principal, Memorie Reesman, is Gwinnett’s Library School Advocate of the Year. Watch these stories and more.
Produced by GCPS TV
Click here to view the program. (5 minutes)
GCPS TV is on Charter Channel 180, Comcast Channel 24/26, AT&T U-verse (under Local Government)