2014-2015 Classroom Subscription
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]
2015 Water Spots Video Contest
Get ready to shoot, edit, submit and get famous! Middle school and high school students in the Sacramento, Placer and El Dorado counties and the City of West Sacramento are eligible to enter the 2015 Water Spots Video Contest. The contest challenges kids to create compelling and original 30-second Public Service Announcement (PSA) videos on a select water efficiency topic. Cash prizes available! To learn more and register go here!
California Central Valley Spelling Bee
On your mark, get set, S-P-E-L-L ! The Sacramento Bee is pleased to announce the upcoming 32nd annual California Central Valley Spelling Bee. The champion speller wins an all-expense paid trip to the Washington, D.C. area to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Get your school and students involved now. Early enrollment is taking place now. Please follow this link to learn more, here.
The Bee Preps Show
Are you a sports fan? If so we are proud to announce The Bee Preps Show, a 30-minute weekly high school sports show that airs every Tuesday throughout the school year on Comcast SportsNet California. The show is hosted by Joe Davidson, The Bee's award-winning reporter and Mike Finnerty, who has covered Sacramento area sports since 2006. The content will focus on more than 120 high schools in the greater Sacramento region. A library of all shows will be available at sacbee.com/preps. Check out the show online and the preps page that includes sports news, stories, photos and blogs and be sure to share with your students, teachers and parents!
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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