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WPS-TV Cox 20 and AT&T 99

    WPS-TV programming can be seen on Cox Cable Channel 20 and AT&T U-verse Channel 99. Many of our programs are available on demand...just click the WPS-TV logo above. Here's a QUICK PREVIEW of some of our regular programming and services. Watch WPS-TV LIVE here.

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Summer STEM Academy: CSI
Summer STEM Academy Crime Scene Investigation: Middle School Students use various hands-on scientific techniques to find a suspect in a mock crime at the Summer STEM Academy. Watch
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Summer STEM Academy: Liquids & Gases
Wichita Public Schools Summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Academy features a lesson in "Liquids and Gases." Summer STEM Academy Instructor Sherry Silveous explains how fun and easy this lesson can be. Watch

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The Education Edge
The Education Edge gives businesses, individuals and district employees an easy way to provide financial gifts to three funding sources: fine arts, athletics and classroom mini-grants. These funds are used to provide students with supplies and resources that are not funded through regular funding sources. Watch
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Summer STEM Academy
Wichita Public Schools Summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Academy features a lesson in "The Science of Sound." Arts Partners artist Aaron Fowler helps students discover the scientific and musical terms used to measure the various attributes of sound. Watch
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Summer STEM Academy
An introduction to the Wichita Public School’s first Summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Academy. Students from pre-K through Middle School take part in various engaging hands-on learning activities. Academy Principal Terrell Davis hosts. Watch
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WPS-TV School News - June 16, 2014
In this edition of the School News: McLean Magnet Elementary celebrates STEM Night, The Brooks Flying Challenge continues, Healthy Grant given to help Elementary Students, Celebrity Dancer Du-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall visits Dodge Elementary, Kensler Elementary teacher gets students Excited about School Work, Minneha Elementary 5th Graders leave Art Legacy for their school, Woodman Elementary replaces tree destroyed by lightning. Riley Sipes from Mayberry Cultural and Fine Arts Middle Magnet School is our anchor. Watch
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First In Class: Molli Sebastian
First-grade teacher Molli Sebastian reflects on her first year as a teacher, and gives advice to others preparing to enter the teaching profession. Watch
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Students Walk in River Festival Sundown Parade
Students from Brooks Middle School, Jardine Middle School, Buckner Elementary, L’Ouverture Elementary and Spaght Elementary took part in the Wichita River Festival Sundown Parade to promote the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Programs at their schools. Watch
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First in Class: Rosalina Train (May, 2014)
This year we followed Rosalina Train, 7th grade language arts teacher at Truesdell Middle School, as she began her first year of teaching. In this final episode of the 2013-14 school year, Ms. Train explains how she has grown as a teacher, the joys and challenges of teaching middle school students, what her students have told her about her influence on them and what advice she would give others embarking on their first year as teachers. Watch
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2013-2014 Year In Review
A look back at the Wichita Public Schools through the 2013-2014 school year, from bond celebrations and new lunch options, to the the temporary relocation of College Hill and the implementation of a new student information system. Watch
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Tech Focus: May, 2014
On the premiere episode of the new Tech Focus, we look at how the Synergy Student Information System helps teachers, administrators, office staff and parents keep track of student progress. Watch
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Good Apple Awards Spring, 2014
The Good Apple Award program allows schools and administrative support centers to recognize employees, volunteers and school partners who provide exemplary service to the district and its students. Watch
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99% Awards Spring, 2014
The 99% Awards program honors one student from each middle and high school in the Wichita Public Schools. Those selected represent thousands of their fellow students in classrooms across the district who are all doing the right thing. Each semester, the students and their families are invited to a special ceremony conducted by the Board of Education in the cafeteria at North High School. Watch
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National Academic League Finals Match
The NAL Championship game for 2013-2014 between Allison and Robinson Middle Schools is featured on WPS-TV. Both teams were extremely competitive throughout the evening with only a small separation between the scores. One team won the match on the final question! Allison and Robinson had an outstanding season and both teams will advance to play in the National Competition. Wichita Public Schools is extremely proud of all of our NAL competitors this season! Watch
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YESS Summer Youth Program
Learn all about the Youth Education Summer Socialization Program! The YESS Program is a 9 week summer program serving students ages 5-21 with developmental disabilities. This fun and exciting program is designed to help students retain what they have learned during the school year, while developing improved communication and socialization skills. Watch
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Welcome to Hamilton Middle School
Take an inside look at Hamilton Middle School and see what makes this school in the heart of the city such a great place for students. Watch
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First in Class: Molli Sebastian
In this episode, we check out Molli Sebastian's first nine weeks as a teacher, and learn about a few other "firsts," including her first parent-teacher conferences and her first report cards. Watch
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First in Class: Rosalina Train
This series follows new Wichita Public Schools teachers during their first year in the district. This episode features Rosalina Train, English teacher at Truesdell Middle School. Learn why Rosalina decided to become a teacher and why she delights in teaching and nurturing middle school students. Watch
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Parent Talk: Safe and Civil Schools
Ever wonder what those "CHAMPS" and "ACHIEVE" posters are in Wichita school hallways and classrooms? They serve as a reminder to students of positive behavior in all areas of the school - from classrooms to restrooms! Dr. Randy Sprick joins host Kim Burkhalter to explain the Safe and Civil Schools initiative, which is a proactive and positive approach to classroom management. Watch
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CHAMPS/ACHIEVE Bus Expectation Videos
Wichita Public School students learn about proper behavior on the school bus, including CHAMPS and ACHIEVE expectations for the bus ride. Watch

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Parent Talk: Transportation Services in Wichita Public Schools
How far must your family live from your neighborhood school to receive bus transportation? Do buses have cameras on board? Does the district's "space available" policy guarantee my child a seat on a school bus? District Transportation Director Fabian Armendariz joins host Sierre Usher to provide answers to these and many more questions, tips on bus safety and explains new behavior expectations for students as we begin a new school year. Watch
WPS-TV Spotlight Newsletter
 June 4, 2014.pdf
First in Class: Rosalina Train
First in Class: Molli Sebastian
Finding True Beauty- Presented by Mrs. Kirkman's Kindergarteners
Year in Review 2013-14
Welcome to WPS-TV!
Slideshows
Contacts
+ Ashley Inkelaar, Cable TV Operator
+ Jennifer Bellinger-Sipes, Producer-Director
+ Jennifer Hartman, Media Assistant
+ Jerry Reeves, TV Engineer
+ Mark Mohesky, Supervisor
+ Michael D. Smith, Producer-Director
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