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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JROTC Superintendent's Breakfast
Students from Wichita's JROTC program share their thoughts on how the program has helped them in their academic and social endeavors. JROTC is offered in Wichita middle and high schools and focuses on character education, student achievement, wellness, leadership and diversity. It is a cooperative effort to help schools produce successful students and citizens, while fostering in each school a more constructive and disciplined learning environment. Watch
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Beech Elementary: The Recipe for Holiday Joy
Beech Elementary 1st grade students perform holiday songs and dances in celebration of the season. Watch
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WPS-TV: December 12, 2014
In this edition of the WPS-TV School News: High School Students meet with the Superintendent, JROTC/Leadership Students Honor Veterans, a New School takes the Airbus Flying Challenge, Famous Amos shares his Love of Reading with Mueller students, Jefferson Elementary Students get Dental Screenings, Val Jackson Students enjoy Dining with Dads. Anchors are Junior Jenkins and Aliya Anthony from Wilbur Middle School. Watch
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First In Class: Meghan Ortiz
North High School First year teacher Meghan Ortiz tells us why she got into teaching, and the path she took to get there. Watch
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Living Rhythms: Buckner Drum & Dance Performance
Fourth grade students from Buckner Performing Arts and Science Magnet perform African dances and play drums from West Africa. This performance was the culminating activity of a 2 week workshop presented by guest instructors from Living Rhythms to teach students about the musical culture of West Africa. Watch
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Fashionetta 2014
The Beta Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. present the 2014-2015 Fashionetta Pearls Scholarship Awards. This year’s theme is C.H.A.M.P.I.O.N.S.: Creative, Happy, Ambitious, Motivated, Phenomenal, Intelligent, Open-Minded, Noteworthy and Service-Oriented. These scholarships strive to help build women of character, respect and principle. AKA has identified 14 dynamic young ladies from throughout the Wichita area who exhibit these qualities and are being rewarded for their efforts. The Fashionetta Pearls also present their talents - including singing, dancing, dramatization and modeling. Watch
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WPS-TV School News: November 14, 2014
In this edition of WPS-TV School News: Northwest High students are Historians in Training, North High Gets Physics Grant from Westar, Colvin Elementary hosts Trunk or Treat, Allison Middle School Alumna Warns Against Smoking, JAG Program at Heights High Elects Officers, L'Ouverture Elementary has a Great Partner that likes to Clean. Anchors are Vijay Reddy and Ryan Perrault from Horace Mann Dual Language Magnet. Watch
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First in Class: Andrea Belsan
Griffith teacher Andrea Belsan shares how support from the district such as a peer consultant, a building mentor, and her teaching team, has helped her in her first few months of teaching. Watch
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2014-2015 Women's Ensemble Invitational Concert
Wichita Public Schools High Schools present their Women’s Choirs in concert at Southeast High School. Performances include pieces by Bach, Vivaldi, Brunner, Haydn, Gardner, Hatfield, Gilpin, Dillworth and many more. It was a wonderful evening and we are proud of our student performers and their choir directors for their dedication to excellence. (Certain selections had to be edited down for broadcast due to copyright restrictions.) Watch
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Hall Pass School Visitor System
This fall, every school in our district will begin using a new visitor management system called Hall Pass. Learn how parents, school volunteers and other school visitors can quickly navigate through this security check-in system and help keep our students safe. English Version Spanish Version
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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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First in Class: Mark Sanders, Hadley Middle School
Hadley Middle School has a brand new autism program. The program is being implemented by instructor Mark Sanders. Mr. Sanders talks about his first year teaching, the importance of using unique teaching styles to help students with autism find subjects that they enjoy, and the challenges and hopes he has for this new program. Watch
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Studying STEAM: Arts Partners and the Effect of Arts Integration in STEM Education
Working with artists from Arts Partners and researchers from WSU's Center for Research and Evaluation Services, students and staff at McLean Elementary and Payne Elementary take part in a yearlong study to see how integrating the arts into STEM instruction impacts attitudes and learning in regards to science, technology, engineering and math. Watch
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Tech Focus - September, 2014
This month, we take a look at the Wichita Public Schools' Technology Master Teacher program. We'll learn about the training that teachers in the program receive, and visit the classrooms of three Technology Master Teachers- Jennifer Osburn at Linwood, Peter Crevoiserat at Curtis and Crystal Pilcher at East- to see how they use what they learned as part of the program to help their students achieve. Watch
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First In Class: Jamie Alexander
Our series follows brand new teachers in Wichita Public Schools. Today we're featuring Jamie Alexander, math teacher at Mead Middle School. Jamie has high expectations for her students, and values the diversity each child brings to her classroom. Watch
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First In Class: Andrea Belsan
It's the first day of school for first year teacher Andrea Belsan, who is excited to meet her fourth graders for the first time. Andrea shares her hopes for the year, and explains what inspired her to become a teacher. Watch
WPS-TV Spotlight Newsletter
 December 19, 2014.pdf
Holiday Concerts & Festive Flashbacks on WPS-TV
First in Class: Andrea Belsan
JROTC Superintendent's Breakfast 2014
No Live Googolplex December 24 or 31
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