NNPS logoThe next School Board meeting will be held Tuesday, February 18 at 6:30 p.m. There will be a work session at 5 p.m. The School Board meeting 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. The meeting will be aired on NNPS-TV at later dates as well.
white TV truckNNPS-TV put its new quick-response TV truck to the test in January, using it to do a live broadcast of a School Board public hearing.
man shows TV production equipmentThe Telecommunications program was the focus of a recent visit by the NNPS CTE Advisory Board.

Students record interviewTelecom students recently covered the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Annual Convention, which was held in Williamsburg.


2 men teachingNNPS-TV staff visited Woodside High School in mid-October as guest speakers for communications teacher Reginald Crudup's freshman Video and Media Production class.

Instructors, students and news anchor at news deskTelecom students were treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of one of the top local television stations at the end of November.

2 men with drone hovering nearbyNNPS-TV was recently asked if they could help with a "higher-order" task.


young woman speaks in front of class2017 Telecom graduate Eleanor Stuck was a guest speaker in mid-October. A junior at Longwood University, Stuck is majoring in Communications Studies with a concentration in Digital Media.


3-member production teamThe NNPS-TV production team's dedication and perseverance is easy to see - just count the number of episodes of their signature show, "This Just In."


Toinette Outland, Instructional Supervisor for Career and Technical Education, was appointed by colleagues across the Commonwealth as the President-Elect of the Virginia Association of Career & Technical Education Administrators (VACTEA) for the 2019-2020 school year. Outland will lead professional development opportunities for over 300 CTE administrators across the state during her term. Read the article