recording in the studioThe NNPS-TV production team is busy making back-to-school videos, since meetings and gatherings have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


student with bow and arrow aiming at targetNNPS-TV has earned a number of awards this year, including Telly Awards.


graduation capThe 2020 high school graduations will air on NNPS-TV again in August. The ceremonies will air at 8 p.m.


TV truck with crew members in blue shirts stationed around the truckTelecom staff, students and graduates made up the TV crew for the NNPS graduations held at Todd Stadium in mid-June. The team video-recorded all six high school graduation ceremonies, which will be replayed on NNPS-TV in July.


TV truckNNPS-TV's small TV production truck is finally over its identity crisis. The plain white truck has been custom wrapped in a colorful design that features icons that look like apps, including the NNPS-TV logo.

NNPS logoThe next School Board meeting will be held (online) on Tuesday, August 18. There will be a Work Session at 5 p.m. and the meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. Both meetings will be broadcast live on NNPS-TV (Cox Channel 47/Verizon Fios Channel 17) and on the Web at nnpstv.com. NNPS-TV's live stream is also available on Roku and Apple TV. On-demand video will be available later on YouTube and the NNPS-TV video site.

cameraman records car and teachersFor a student moving from kindergarten to first grade, a fifth-grader heading to middle school, or an eighth-grader moving up to high school, the end of the school year is a huge milestone, one usually celebrated with a promotion ceremony.


If there's one thing Telecom students learn while working on TV shows and live broadcasts, it's that they have to be able to adapt to the circumstances. Location or weather may change and affect the production, equipment may fail and necessitate work-arounds at the last moment, or, unbelievably, a global pandemic might close schools with three months to go.


graduate at lectern; cameraman recordingTelecom and NNPS-TV have been making adjustments and lending support as usual to the school division during a time of highly unusual circumstances. With the COVID-19 restrictions in place, NNPS graduations are changing and morphing as plans are made to honor this year's graduates in a safe way.


Mad Science hostNNPS-TV and NNPS’s Family and Community Engagement team worked together in May to bring partner videos to students learning from home due to the COVID-19 outbreak.