Tuesday, May 19
9 – 11:30 a.m.
12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
As part of its trip across the nation, the C-SPAN Civics Bus will visit two Liberty schools. With a new exterior design, and interior features that include the latest television production equipment, the 45-foot mobile production studio and demonstration center is visiting schools and other community venues to share C-SPAN's education and civic resources. The bus will travel to South Valley Middle School and South Valley Junior High School. Time Warner Cable is hosting the local visits.
Students, teachers and other visitors will have the chance to tour the bus during the visit and learn about the many resources C-SPAN offers, including the network’s education website, C-SPAN Classroom (www.c-spanclassroom.org), a free membership service for educators with downloadable video clips; the C-SPAN Video library (www.c-spanarchives.org ); and C-SPAN’s television coverage of the new administration.
800 Mid Jay Drive (The bus will be parked between the two schools)
Liberty, MO 64068
About Time Warner Cable—Kansas City System
Time Warner Cable in Kansas City (NYSE: TWC) offers the most advanced cable television, high-speed Internet service, Road Runner and Digital Phone to more than 600,000 homes and businesses in the seven-county Kansas City metropolitan area. Time Warner Cable employs 1,000 people in its various Kansas City locations and provides free service to more than 550 schools. Multiple Emmy Award winner, Time Warner Cable Metro Sports is Kansas City’s only 24 hour all sports network and Time Warner Cable Business Class offers a full complement of business communications tools to small, medium and large-sized businesses and enterprise-sized companies. Its data, voice, video and security solutions are enhanced by award-winning customer service and local support teams. Time Warner Cable is on the Web at www.twckc.com and www.kcondemand.com.
C-SPAN, celebrating 30 years as America’s political network of record, was created by America's cable companies as a public service in 1979. C-SPAN programs three public affairs television networks; C-SPAN Radio, a Washington, D.C. radio station distributed nationally by XM Satellite Radio; and a video-rich website. C-SPAN is currently available in over 95 million cable and satellite households. For more information, visit www.c-span.org.