LRSD-TV Schedule

  • Comcast Cable Channel 4 and 1094
    AT&T U-verse Channel 99

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    Friday, June 2
    5:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    9:00 a.m. - Superintendent's Citation Program (Replay)
    11:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    12:00 p.m. - School Board Meeting (Replay)
    5:30 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    7:00 p.m. - Meet the Author: Ernesto Cisneros (Award-winning author of Efrén Divided) - Fairfax Network
    7:30 p.m. - Meet the Author: Ingrid Law (Storyteller/Writing Process) - Fairfax Network
    8:00 p.m. - Meet the Author: L.M. Elliott (Historical Fiction/Young Adults) - Fairfax Network
    8:30 p.m. - Meet the Author: Ruta Sepetys (Historical Fiction) - Fairfax Network
    9:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board

    Saturday, June 3
    5:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    8:00 a.m. - Meet the Author: Ernesto Cisneros (Award-winning author of Efrén Divided) - Fairfax Network
    8:30 a.m. - Meet the Author: Ingrid Law (Storyteller/Writing Process) - Fairfax Network
    9:00 a.m. - Educational Programming
    11:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    2:00 p.m. - Educational Programming
    4:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    5:30 p.m. - School Board Meeting (Replay)
    7:50 p.m. - "Into View" - Parkview Dance Department
    10:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board

    Sunday, June 4
    5:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    8:00 a.m. - Meet the Author: L.M. Elliott (Historical Fiction/Young Adults) - Fairfax Network
    8:30 p.m. - Meet the Author: Ruta Sepetys (Historical Fiction) - Fairfax Network
    9:00 a.m. - Educational Programming
    11:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    1:00 p.m. - School Board Work Meeting (Replay)
    3:20 p.m. - Superintendent's Citation Program (Replay)
    4:35 p.m. - "Into View" - Parkview Dance Department
    6:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    7:00 p.m. - Community Keynotes: Strategic Leadership - Fairfax Network
    8:00 p.m. - Community Keynotes: Performance-based Assessments - Fairfax Network
    9:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board

    Monday, June 5
    5:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    9:00 a.m. - Educational Programming
    11:00 a.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    2:00 p.m. - Educational Programming
    4:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board
    7:00 p.m. - The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet George Mason
    7:30 p.m. - The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet John Adams
    8:00 p.m. - The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet James Madison
    9:00 p.m. - LRSD-TV Newsbreak & Bulletin Board

     


     

    DISTANCE LEARNING EVENTS: 

     

    Celebrating Cultural Diversity and Our Shared Humanity | Cultivating Learning - Smithsonian Education
    Scheduled for Jun 27, 2023 at 3 p.m.


     

    Democracy: Expanding the Stories We Tell | National Youth Summit 2022-2023


     


    U.S. NATIONAL ARCHIVES

    National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet Gilbert Stuart

    Gilbert Stuart was known as a brilliant portraitist of the Federal (post-Revolutionary War) era. Stuart painted several of the iconic images of George Washington we know today, including the one used on the one-dollar bill. Stuart’s attention to detail led to many commissions. His subjects included the first five U.S. Presidents, their families, and many Americans of the day. His work can be seen in museums across the country. Gilbert Stuart is portrayed by Bob Gleason of the American Historical Theatre.

    Scheduled for Jun 15, 2023 at 10 a.m.

     

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    The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet Dolley Madison

    National Archives Museum
    Online

    Dolley Madison, wife of President James Madison and White House First Lady, is known for saving our nation’s important papers, including the Declaration of Independence, and Gilbert Stuart's “Lansdowne Portrait” of George Washington from advancing British troops during the War of 1812. A socially engaging, witty, and diplomatic communicator, she set many trends as White House First Lady, including welcoming all political parties, hosting children’s events such as the Easter Egg Roll, and even popularizing ice cream in America. Johanna Dunphy portrays Dolley Madison.

    This program is made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation.

    View on YouTube

     

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    The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program—Meet Albert Einstein

    National Archives Museum
    Online

    Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who immigrated to America in 1936 to escape growing Nazi aggression. As a professor at Princeton University, he became a citizen of the United States. As a genius, he made many discoveries, including the theory of relativity, for which he won a Nobel Prize in Physics. Actor Beau Solley portrays Albert Einstein.

    This program is made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation.

    View on YouTube

     

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    National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet Julia Child

    Julia Child became a household name after collaborating on the bestselling book Mastering the Art of French Cooking, which she followed up with more books and a long-running TV series. Before achieving fame as a culinary wonder, Julia Child played an important role in communications with the OSS, a U.S. Government intelligence agency. Ms. Child will share stories of her youth, her love of cooking, and her role as a traveling the world as a top-secret communicator during World War II. Actor and storyteller Linda Kenyon portrays Julia Child.

    This program is made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation.

    View on YouTube

     

     

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    Matthew Henson, the famous African American explorer, will share stories of his youth, his 20 years of polar expeditions, reaching the North Pole, and his working relationship with the Inuit peoples as well as Adm. Robert Peary.

    This program is made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation.

    View on YouTube

     

    Young Learners Children’s Book Program: A Song for the Unsung

    A Song for the UNSUNG; Bayard Rustin, the Man Behind the 1963 March on Washington

    Poet, author, and professor, Carole Boston Weatherford discusses her new picture book biography of Bayard Rustin. Rustin worked behind the scenes for the Civil Rights Movement including organizing the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963, when a quarter of a million activists and demonstrators from every corner of the United States convened in the nation’s capital. It was there that they raised their voices in unison to call for racial and economic justice for all Black Americans.

    Carole Boston Weatherford—hailed by Huffington Post as a “master of picture book nonfiction”—is a Newbery Honor author, New York Times bestseller, and two-time NAACP Image Award winner. Since her 1995 debut, she has published more than 50 books, including these Caldecott Honor winners: Freedom in Congo Square, Voice of Freedom: Fannie Lou Hamer: Spirit of the Civil Rights Movement, and Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom. Six of her books have won Coretta Scott King Awards or Honors.

    View on YouTube

     

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    The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program—Meet George Mason

    Meet George Mason, portrayed by Don McAndrews. George Mason drafted the Virginia Declaration of Rights and was one of our nation’s Founding Fathers. He believed “that all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights.” It was his belief and actions that gave him the name “Father of the Bill of Rights.” Mr. Mason will reflect on why he refused to sign the U.S. Constitution without securing individual rights for the people, his friendship with George Washington, and his home life at Gunston Hall, Virginia.

    View on YouTube

     

     

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    National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program—Meet Babe Didrikson

    Actor Linda Kenyon portrays Babe Didrikson, a two-time gold medal Olympian who broke many barriers for women in sports. She was a multisport athlete but eventually became a professional golfer who revolutionized the game. She won the U.S. Women’s Open twice. She eventually helped found the Ladies Professional Golf Association and inspired all with her confidence and passion for athleticism. Babe Didrikson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her contributions to athletics and as an advocate for cancer awareness

    View on YouTube

     
     

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    The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet John Adams

    John Adams, founding father and second President of the United States, will share his “thoughts on government," his drafting of the Massachusetts State Constitution—the world’s oldest functioning constitution—and how it compares to the U.S. Constitution.

     
     

    The National Archives Comes Alive! Young Learners Program: Meet Amelia Earhart

    Amelia Earhart, aviation pioneer, achieved many firsts during her career. A recipient of the United States Flying Cross, she was the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She supported women’s rights and championed roles for women as pilots in the aviation industry.  Known in her day as a celebrity, she became a best-selling author and close personal friend to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Amelia Earhart is portrayed by Pat Jordan of the American Historical Theatre.

    View on YouTube 

     


    FAIRFAX NETWORK

     

    MEET THE AUTHOR:

    Fairfax Network’s Meet the Author series has served to promote literacy, and an interest in reading and writing, by giving students direct access to authors who share their personal stories, offer their writing tips, and encourage students to “keep reading, keep writing, keep dreaming.” During the half-hour live interactive program, authors describe their approach to the writing process, talk about character development, and sometimes share a sneak peek at their books not yet published. Throughout the program, students are invited to call in with questions, inspiring lively and impromptu responses from the authors.

    Our webcasts are free of charge to individual schools, school districts, regional media resource centers, public television stations, PEG channels, and cable systems.

    For detailed information on upcoming webcasts, please visit the Fairfax Network website.

     

    Meet the Author: Jodi Lynn Anderson
    Audience: Young adults and young readers

    Award-winning author Jodi Lynn Anderson writes for young adults and young readers.

    On this edition of Meet the Author, Anderson will discuss her fantasy fiction book series, Thirteen Witches, which follows the adventures of Rosie who must defeat thirteen evil witches in book one. Rosie’s adventure continues in books 2 & 3. 

    Watch on YouTube 

     

    Meet the Author: Jamie Sumner
    Audience: Students in Grades 4-8

    Author Jamie Sumner’s books feature kids with disabilities:  physical, neurodivergent and mental health related.  She approaches these topics with sensitivity and experience.  She is the mom of a son with cerebral palsy. 

    Join the conversation with author Jamie Sumner as she talks about her book: Roll with It, Time to Roll (sequel), Summer of June, Tune It Out and One Kid’s Trash. 

     Watch on YouTube

     

    Meet the Author: Ernesto Cisneros
    Audience: Students in Grades 6-9

    Ernesto Cisneros is the award-winning author (and educator) of Efrén Divided, which received national acclaim for its “honest depiction of characters” with whom young adults can identify. His follow-up book, Falling Short, has received two International Latino Book awards.

    Watch on YouTube

     

    Meet the Author: Alicia D Williams
    Audience: Students in Grades 4-8

    Author Alicia D. Williams says, the inspiration behind her award-winning book, Genesis Begins Again, came from “trying to figure out” what she wanted to write.  Join us on Meet the Author as we chat with Alicia D. Williams about her picture books, her middle grade book and much more.

    Watch on YouTube

     

    Meet the Author: Jerdine Nolen
    Audience: Students in Grades K-6

    Jerdine Nolen discusses her latest book, On Her Wings, which is a non-fiction picture book about the early life and legacy of groundbreaking American writer Toni Morrison. Ms. Nolen will also discuss her other award-winning fiction books such as, Freedom Bird, Thunder Rose, Calico Girl and Irene’s Wish. For grades K – 6.

    Watch on YouTube

     

    Meet the Author: L.M. Elliott
    Audience: Students in Grades 7-12

    New York Times best-selling author, L.M. Elliot writes historical and biographical fiction for young adults.  On the next edition of Meet the Author, Laura talks about her latest, docudrama-style Cold War novel, WALLS, which follows two cousins in 1960-61 Berlin—an American Army teen in the West and his cousin trapped in the East, as the infamous Berlin Wall goes up. 
    Grades 7-12

    Watch on YouTube

     

    Meet the Author: Maria Gianferrari
    Audience: Students in Grades K-4 

    Maria Gianferrari is the author of many “ pawsome dog tails,” such as the Penny & Jelly books, Hello Goodbye DogOperation Rescue Dog, and To Dogs with Love, perfect for ages K-4.   Tune into Meet the Author to hear Maria talk about her latest picture book, Being a Dog: A tail of Mindfulness, inspired by her late rescue pup, Becca.  Her books are perfect for ages K-4.

    Watch on YouTube

     

    Meet the Author: Sherri Winston
    Audience: Students in Grades 1-5

    In this edition of Meet the Author, Sherri Winston talks about her delightful new chapter book series: Wednesday and Woof, a story centered on a young girl with juvenile arthritis who starts her own detective agency along with her pup, Woof. During the live webcast, the author answered questions from Silverbrook Elementary School (FCPS) students via zoom. A video segment featuring homophones rounds out the show.

    Watch on YouTube

     

     

    SMITHSONIAN SCIENCE HOW?

     

    Forgotten Elephants of Deep Time
    Students in Grades 3-8

    Did you know that there were many different species of elephants millions of years ago? Go back in time with Paleontologist Advait Jukar to learn about the different kinds of elephants from the past, see real fossils, and understand how various factors — such as body size, tooth shape, and habitat — each played a role in the evolution of the elephant.

     

    Smithsonian Science How Webcast Archives and Science How Video Webinar Archives

     


     

    PRINCE WILLIAM NETWORK:

     

    Woodsy Owl LIVE

    Woodsy Owl LIVE was a live interactive program provided by the USDA Forest Service. While celebrating Woodsy Owl's 50th birthday, viewers were able to ask conservation questions and have them answered live by experts.

    Webcast

     




    FSNatureLIVE:

     

    Great Outdoors LIVE

    Our country is full of dazzling landscapes where you can play and learn. America's public lands are a treasured part of our national heritage, representing its grandeur, bountiful promise, and vast natural resources. All citizens share in the rights and the responsibilities of seeing that our public lands are cared for and managed in a way that meets the current and future needs of the American people. Public lands belong to all of us — including you!

    Click Here to watch "Great Outdoors LIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure", which was webcast live on October 2, 2019, from Shoshone National Forest near Cody, Wyoming. During this 54-minute program, learn about: Shoshone National Forest, the first national forest in the U.S.; the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem; Golden eagles; the mules that help with maintenance in the National Forests; and the re-introduction of bison on Native American lands, and more!

    NOW available to watch on the website:

    "Great Outdoors LIVE: Yours to Explore"

    Public lands belong to all of us -- including you!  To learn more, watch “Great Outdoors LIVE: Yours to Explore” at https://GreatOutdoorsLIVE.org. In this 34-minute video, journey from the backyard to the back country as we explore public lands.

    This video will prepare your class for the interactive, question-and-answer program with experts on October 2, noon CT, brought to you LIVE from Shoshone National Forest near Cody, Wyoming. During these programs, learn about:

    -- ecosystems - large and small

    -- what public lands are and their importance

    -- the history of public lands

    -- natural resource careers

    -- connections to indigenous peoples

    -- balancing wildlife and human needs


     

    Smokey Bear LIVE

    If you weren’t able to join us for our live distance learning adventures from Capitan, New Mexico, the program is now available at Smokey Bear LIVE.

    • “Smokey Bear LIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure,” is a 54-minute question-and-answer program webcast live from Capitan, New Mexico, where Smokey Bear was found before he lived at the National Zoo. Learn about: the history of the Smokey Bear ad campaign; the history of the living Smokey Bear; fire prevention and the equipment used to fight wildfires; the fire danger rating system used nationwide; and the spectrum of fire prevention and management.
    • “Smokey Bear LIVE: Only You Can Prevent Wildfires,” explores Smokey Bear’s history as a national icon, the injured bear cub that was nursed back to health and became the living symbol of Smokey, and Smokey Bear’s fire prevention message.

    www.SmokeyBearLIVE.org




     

    CavesLIVE 

    The CavesLIVE distance learning adventures are now available as streaming videos with English and Spanish captions at http://CavesLIVE.org and with English captions on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/fsnaturelive. Watch the two CavesLIVE videos anytime:

    -- CavesLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure – Scientists answered questions from students during this live, 45-minute program from Luray Caverns in Virginia.

    -- CavesLIVE: Bringing Caves and Karst to Light – This 40-minute video explores cave ecology, geology, hydrology, and conservation, as well as human uses of caves.

    Both programs explore how caves and their rich underground ecosystems connect to our everyday lives. Specially adapted animals, beautiful mirror pools, sparkling crystals, domed caverns, and twisting tunnels lie just below our feet in many areas around the world and even on other planets!  Also, check out the website http://CavesLIVE.org for lesson plans and other resources.

    The goal of CavesLIVE is to raise awareness and understanding of caves and karst -- a resource that is seldom seen and considered mysterious -- and connect it to people's everyday lives.

    Questions?
    Contact Kristy Liercke at lierckkx@pwcs.edu or by calling (703) 791-7359. CavesLIVE is brought to you by the USDA Forest Service, Prince William Network, and other partners.


     

    GrasslandsLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure

    The GrasslandsLIVE distance learning adventure is now available as streaming video on YouTube at http://grasslandslive.org/webcast-info/webcast and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhBAsmnnMlc.

    GrasslandsLIVE is geared toward students in grades 4-8 as well as others who have an interest in this important ecosystem. Learn about:  the management and conservation of grasslands; birds and other animals that depend on grassland habitat; the connection between grasslands in the U.S. and Mexico; and how to participate in citizen science programs.

    If you weren’t able to watch the live program in Spanish from the Biosphere Reserve in Janos, you can watch it online at http://grasslandslive.org/espanol/programa_mexico with both Spanish and English subtitles.

    Check out the website at http://GrasslandsLIVE.org for lesson plans, links to citizen science activities, information about grasslands and more.  Got a question about grasslands?  Ask a scientist at:  http://grasslandslive.org/students/ask-a-scientist.  Also, connect with us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.pwnet.org/FSNatureLIVE) and Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/FSNatureLIVE).

     

    More Distance Learning Adventures at FSNatureLIVE

    Check out more distance learning adventures at http://FSNatureLIVE.org. Click on Video Adventures to find downloadable videos to use in classrooms, presentations or visitor centers. Find citizen science opportunities, access an inventory of instructional resources, download lesson plans, and view archived webinars and webcasts.

     


     

    FreshWaterLIVE

    The FreshWaterLIVE distance learning adventures is now available as streaming video at http://freshwaterlive.org/webcast-info/webcast.

    FreshWaterLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure is an online exploration of the origins, travels and perils of fresh water. This electronic field trip brings learning about fresh water to students, teachers, non-formal learners, and all who have an interest in this important resource.

    Everyone needs fresh water to live, but fresh water is limited and precious. We’ll adventure from the headwaters in the mountain peaks, through the protective forests, into our cities and countryside, and ultimately to the sea. Be a part of this online webcast with scientists from the US Forest Service and Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Learn how you can take action to conserve and protect the water in your hometown.

    You can watch one or both of these videos:

    CLICK HERE http://freshwaterlive.org/webcast-info/western-webcast to watch a 24-minute video highlighting watersheds in Colorado.  This program, produced by the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, features Carl Chambers, a US Forest Service hydrologist, a Bob Raynolds, a geologist with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

    CLICK HERE http://freshwaterlive.org/webcast-info/live-sep-28 to watch a 47-minute program taped live a Grand Lake, Colorado, featuring questions from students.

    Check out the fresh water questions and answers at http://freshwaterlive.org/resources/ask-a-scientist. The website has a wealth of other resources:
    -- Check out grants that could be used for watershed activities
    -- Find ways to get involved in conserving and learning about fresh water http://freshwaterlive.org/resources/get-involved
    -- Learn about water and watersheds http://freshwaterlive.org/resources/links
    -- Access lesson plans http://freshwaterlive.org/resources/lesson-plans
    -- Check out videos and interactive games http://freshwaterlive.org/multimedia/multimedia


     

    ClimateChangeLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure
    Middle School and High School Students

    Both programs are now available on the ClimateChangeLIVE website at http://ClimateChangeLIVE.org as streaming video and are a great resource for your classroom. Check out:
    -- Educate, Inspire and Engage features a presentation by the award-winning Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) and covers the science of climate change.
    -- Join the Climate Conversation that features climate science experts and student perspectives and solutions.

    -- The webinars may be watched at http://climatechangelive.org/index.php?pid=199.

    ClimateChangeLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure brings climate learning to classrooms, teachers, and students through a series of webcasts, webinars, and online climate education resources.

    ClimateChangeLIVE is brought to you by the USDA Forest Service, Prince William Network, and many other partners.


     

    WetlandsLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure
    Grades 4-8

    Discover wetlands with students from Alaska to Virginia on a program archived at http://WetlandsLIVE.pwnet.org.

    WetlandsLIVE is geared to students in grades 4 to 8 and provides teachers and students with a fun, informative, and interactive way to learn about wetlands.

    If you didn’t get a chance to watch Wetland Connections, you can watch now at http://wetlandslive.pwnet.org/program_info/webcast_mar08.php. A webchat followed the program and lots of great wetland questions and answers are available.


     

    BatsLIVE: Bracken Cave Webcast Now Available

    If you weren't able to watch the live webcast from Bracken Bat Cave, it’s  now available as streaming video at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbluN1n0-ozryWoNy_3ji0EPnq83LeMjl


     

    Nature’s Partners: Pollinators, Plants and People is available as streaming video.  (Make sure you refresh the page to access the proper videos.)  The program is available in English and Spanish.  Watching the video and conducting a lesson plan available at this link would be a great school activity to get students learning outside.

    CLICK HERE to watch


     

    PollinatorLIVE: The Insect Zoo in Your Schoolyard webcast is also available as streaming video. 

    CLICK HERE to watch

     


     

    ShamuTV WebCasts
     

    Bringing you face-to-face with the wonders of wildlife through species-focused episodes and a wide array of deeper dive extras.

    Accessible in the school classroom via DVD and computer, and on-the-go through tablet and hand-held devices, ShamuTV is perfect for the blended classroom experience.

    Click Here



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