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ESN-TV
 
ESN-TV is a full service broadcast facility, supporting the Edison Township Public School District.
Located at the Edison Board of Education administrative offices; we offer 24 hour access to information about
school events,board of education announcements and meetings, teacher and parent resources, and much more.
We broadcast locally on Cablevision channel 118; and are available online with our ESN-TV online player.
If you need information, or have any questions or comments about our programming;
please email the station manager, Brandon Uhlig. (Contact information listed below)
Thank you for watching, and we hope you enjoy our programming.
                                              


EDISON SCHOOL NETWORK – Ch. 118

Programming Schedule

October 2014: 

Please CLICK HERE to watch October's Board of Education Action Meeting.
You can also watch the meeting tonight on ESN-TV Cablevision Channel 118 at 7:00pm.
 
Please CLICK HERE to watch October's Board of Education Caucus Meeting.
 
Middle School students in Edison, are taking part
in a new STEM Education Initiative that features BMX Bikes.
Students assemble and ride their own bikes in a program
that fosters understanding in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Fun!
Please CLICK HERE to watch a short video describing this one of a kind class.
 
As technological advancements in the classroom
continue to move forward everyday, some areas of curriculum
are just now starting to adapt and recognize the advantages.
Please CLICK HERE to watch a short video
highlighting some of the Curriculum Changes and use of Technology
in our High School Physical Education Classes.
 
Two years ago, ESN-TV began work, with a then group of JP Stevens students,
o produce a feature length documentary on a subject of their choosing.
Collectively, the group decided to focus their cameras on the JPS Theatre Company,
and their production of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
The result of their filming provided a very intimate look into what goes on
while preparing for such a performance.
ESN-TV is very proud to release the final episode in this feature documentary: "O Brave New World."
This episode focuses on the direct impact Hurricane Sandy had on the cast and crew.
The days lost due to the storms wide-felt effects, and their ability to collect their efforts
and provide the audiences with a resounding performance.
Please CLICK HERE to watch "O Brave New World: Part 3"
You can also catch all three episodes together by accessing the following links:
CLICK HERE for Part 1
CLICK HERE for Part 2
CLICK HERE for Part 3
 
Martin Luther King Elementary School recently held their annual kickoff assembly
for it's successful PBSIS Program.
During the assembly, they made a special announcement to the students,
concerning a New Adopted Pet for the School.
CLICK HERE to watch a few highlights from the assembly, and find out what their new pet is!
 
Edison's "Breakfast After the Bell" program has been quite a success
over the past few years; helping introduce our students to more
healthy options to start their day off right.
Early this morning, NJ Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno stopped by HHMS,
to show her support of this very worthwhile program.
Please CLICK HERE to watch a short video highlighting her appearance.
 
Throughout the Edison School District,
our number one concern is the Safety of our Students.
Properly Educating them in Traffic Laws, and Safety Practices,
before, during and after school is extremely important to us all.
Students all over the district and Middlesex County,
are being presented a new, fun and engaging assembly
about personal safety from County Freeholder James Polos.
Mr. Polos recently visited Washington Elementary School,
along with a few members of the Edison Police Department.
Please CLICK HERE to watch a short review about this
Countywide Push to further educate students about pedestrian, bike and bus safety.
 
Ever wonder how the great thinkers of the world generate their
amazing and transforming concepts or products?
Well, the folks at Google Inc. attribute much of their groundbreaking success
to a concept they call the "Genius Hour."
This innovative program has now made it's way
to the classrooms of John Adams Middle School.
Please CLICK HERE to watch a short video of students
partaking in this initiative for the first time, and see how they intemperate its benefit.
 

 

 


 

          *Program schedule subject to change.