End of Year Teacher Acceptance Forms

Look for your Teacher Acceptance in your email within the next week. As a reminder, this needs to be signed and returned to us at your earliest convenience. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Be Water Smart Decorating Contest

The winners of the Be Water Smart poster decorating contest have been announced! Each winner will receive a $25 gift card and bragging rights! The annual contest is available to pre-K through 6th grade students and teachers in the Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer counties, and the City of West Sacramento. Go here to see the winning posters!

Let Your Imagination Flow Poetry Contest

The winners of the "Let Your Imagination Flow" poetry contest have been announced! This supplement teaches children the basics of poetry and gives them an opportunity to show off their talents in our annual poetry contest. Students compete in four age groups (grades K-2, 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8) for a chance to win a $25 gift card and have their poems published in The Bee. Visit the LYIF page here to see the winners!

2015 Water Spots Video Contest

After receiving over 75 great videos, the winners of the 2015 Water Spots Video Contest have been selected! This contest was created to encourage students to think about outdoor water efficiency. Young film makers in middle and high school were asked to create public service announcement videos that focused on the 2015 water efficiency theme: "BEAT THE LEAK! Find and fix leaks fast". The winners were announced at the Sacramento River Cat's game on April 12, 2015. See the 2015 Water Spots winners here!

What's Growin' On?

"What's Growin' On?" is an exciting educational project that helps students discover the ways agriculture impacts their daily lives. This 16-page supplement is packed with articles and fun activities that satisfy 3rd - 8th grade educational standards for California public schools. Find out more about this project here!

Living Rivers of the Sacramento Valley

Great way to celebrate Earth Day, the Living Rivers of the Sacramento Valley is a 20-page student supplement that explains the importance of rivers in our region. This is geared for grades 7-12. Download your copy here (password is "verb").

2015-2016 Classroom Subscription

Click here to order the online edition of The Bee. Keep your students connected to our community and the world with the electronic edition (e-Edition) of The Sacramento Bee. The e-Edition is an exact replica of the newspaper that is delivered to you and your students electronically. Best of all, they can log on and read The Bee from any computer, laptop or tablet, whether at school or at home. Educational subscriptions are available to all classroom teachers at no cost. [CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE]

About Media in Education

The Bee's Media in Education (M.I.E.) program is a cooperative effort between schools, the community and The Sacramento Bee. The goal of M.I.E. is to: (1) educate, inform and inspire, (2) provide educational resources to classroom teachers, and (3) provide learning opportunities that engage students. M.I.E. encourages lifelong learning through the use of The Bee's electronic news and information services, and other community educational resources. The M.I.E. program provides e-Edition subscriptions to teachers, special projects based on important themes, lesson plans, and innovative activities relevant to students and teachers in Sacramento and throughout Northern California. M.I.E. is The Bee's online classroom and your partner for success.

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