What’s New for May? Check out the features below.
Spend some time, check out the resources and features, and send us your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis Teen Book Festival 2021–Click on the link to check out the archived interviews from the 2021 St. Louis Teen Book Festival featuring nearly 40 authors in a wide variety of genres.
St. Louis Storytelling Festival—We’re excited to partner with the University of Missouri Extension Service to provide an online platform to view this year’s on-demand content featured in the 42nd annual St. Louis Storytelling Festival. Videos are available for free viewing from May 3 to May 14. Click on the link to be taken to the registration site and then enjoy over 60 stories from over 30 storytellers. All stories are aligned to grade level and educational standards and include ASL interpretation.
Educate.Today on TV in St. Louis City and County–If you’re part of Charter Cable in St. Louis City and County, then you can view our daily programs of featured videos through the access points below. Programs are aired Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For our slate of programs, click on the hyperlinked title or click here.
Channel 989 (with converter box) Channel 108.26 or 118.26 (for digital TVs)