CVC-TV

What's Showing...

As of May 16th, 2022 the following programs will be broadcast:
 

Middle School Lego Robotics
10:30am    3:30pm

Mohawk Pajama Party
11:00am    5:00pm    7:30pm

CLP talent show
1:00pm   6:00pm

Wyandot Peter Dubon Memorial Dodgeball Tournament
12:00pm   3:00pm   5:30pm   9:00pm

Mohawk Elementary Pirates Show
2:30pm

Teacher of the Year- Stacey Johnson
4:00pm   8:00pm

Teacher of the Year-Nicole Nuemann
4:30pm   8:30pm

 

hank you for watching CVC-TV!

Comcast in Macomb - Channel 20
Comcast in Clinton Twp. - Channel 22
W.O.W. in Clinton - Channel 15
AT&T U-verse - Channel 99

To order copies of any of our broadcasts,
send a check for $20.00 (made out to Chippewa Valley Schools) to:
Chippewa Valley Cable Dept.
19120 Cass Ave., Clinton Twp., MI 48038
Include the name of the event and the school

Live Stream Channel on YouTube
 

Chippewa Valley Cable Television

Chippewa Valley provides cable programming for the residents of our school community through Comcast and Wide Open West Cable Companies. Throughout the year, student activities, performances, and sporting events are taped and broadcast. In addition, the School District also airs informational videotapes highlighting special programs and student and staff achievements.

Chippewa Valley Cable is increasingly recognized as a source of School District information by parents, staff, and community members. A community calendar system runs each day displaying pertinent information such as job postings, school activities, meeting dates, and lunch menus. Information is accessed and updated on-site.

Chippewa Valley Cable continues to increase programs and services. This expansion includes the use of high school student videographers and freelance personnel. This unique training program allows students who may have an interest in radio or television with an opportunity to gain valuable hands-on job experience.

In addition, videos are scripted, taped, and edited by the Chippewa Valley Community Relations Department. These videos are aired on the cable channel as well as used at the building level to educate parents and students on pertinent school issues and programs.