The mission of KLRN is to open a world of lifelong learning through trustworthy and enriching programs on-air, online and in our community.
Dear Educators,

In the upcoming newsletters, we will be focusing on elections; what elections are, how we make choices, and how the election process works. There are some amazing resources for all age groups on PBS Learning Media. Here are just a few resources from the Election Collection on PBS Learning MediaElection Foundations (Grades 6-12, in English and Spanish)You're the Campaign Manager: 60-Second Presidents (Grades 4-12), and What Are the Primaries and the Caucuses? (Grades 7-12).

We will be offering a variety of professional development training sessions this month. They are listed in this newsletter and we also invite you to visit our KLRN Events Page to learn more and to register for any of the sessions. Thank you for your continued dedication to your students, families, and the field of education. Education requires a knowledge of academic subjects, but it is so much more. Here is an excellent article by Glen Mourning about the importance of recognizing and appreciating each student as a whole person. That is what you do as teachers. Thank you for that. It makes such an important difference. We appreciate you.

Please reach out to us any time at education@klrn.org

With Appreciation,
KLRN Education Team

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
ELEMENTARY MATH

ELEMENTARY READING
ELEMENTARY SOCIAL STUDIES
ELEMENTARY SCIENCE
MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH
MIDDLE SCHOOL ELAR

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES
MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE
HIGH SCHOOL MATH
HIGH SCHOOL READING AND WRITING
HIGH SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES
HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE
PBS LEARNING MEDIA
PBS LearningMedia is free and can be used by anyone, but it was designed with teachers in mind. You can use it with the Remind app, Google classroom, and you can even create folders for your own reference and to share with your students, colleagues, and families. Click here for FREE online training events.
PBS KIDS TALK ABOUT: RACE AND RACISM
The PBS KIDS Talk About: Race and Racism special was created in response to parents increasingly asking PBS KIDS for resources to address tough but important topics with their kids, including race and racism, and is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to families across the nation.

Tune in to KLRN 9.1 
Saturday, October 10 at 7:30PM

Tune in to KLRN PBS Kids 9.3
Friday, October 9 at 6 PM, 7:30PM
PINKALICIOUS SCREENING
Join KLRN as we watch an episode of Pinkalicious & Peterrific, followed by activity videos and creativity time!
PREK - 2ND BLOG POST
Explore topics such as: Let’s Build, Being Kind, Celebrating Fall, and Let’s Vote with these great PBS resources.
HEALTHY KIDS
KLRN’s Healthy Kids Project supports healthy lifestyles by influencing eating decisions and physical activities. Through project resources, the audience is introduced to songs, live action movement, animation, and a cast of “perfectly imperfect” characters to deliver key messaging that contrasts healthy choices and attitudes with unhealthy behaviors. Lessons include activities for children ages 0-9 and all school age lessons are aligned to the TEKS. 

Check out this resource about making healthy choices!
WATT WATCHERS HIGHLIGHT
Saving water at home is easier than you think. By making small, intentional changes, you can save water at home.
BRIGHT BY TEXT
KLRN has launched a FREE localized opt-in text message service, Bright by Text. The project engages families from throughout KLRN’s 33-county viewing area!
PBS LEARNING MEDIA SUPPORT FOR EC & ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS
Learn how to use PBS Learning Media in Early Childhood and Elementary classes. Register now!
HEALTHY KIDS PROJECT FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS
The Healthy Kids Project is a training session for educators of children between the ages of 0-9. This session will focus on the emotional health of preschool and younger students. Register now!
PBS LEARNING MEDIA: ACADEMIC SUBJECT SUPPORT FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATORS
Join us to learn how to plan for teaching and learning with PBS Learning Media resources specific to middle school and high school grade levels. Register now!