Great things happen in traditional public schools!
We work with our member school districts to highlight students, educators, and schools. From our media partnerships, to our own in-house spotlights, we focus on the students and educators who inspire us all. Stories center around character, leadership, talent, academic rigor, career preparation, kindness, and compassion. Our program spotlights feature knowledge, skill, and talent from student submissions. See below for the exciting features and events that make our schoools and communities proud.
Go Public with David Chancellor
Each Monday at 6:30PM, David from NBC News 4 WOAI digs into student achievements, school programs, and the extraordinary things happening within public education. We’re a proud sponsor of Channel 4’s education and community segment!
Football and Teachers
In partnership with Thursday Night Lights on San Antonio’s CW35, we spotlight an outstanding teacher from the high schools playing that night.
Cool Schools: SA Live, KSAT 12
Cool Schools celebrates and spotlights exemplary students, programs, and educators throughout San Antonio-area’s ISDs.
San Antonio Spurs
Go Public teamed up with the Spurs for Go Public Night. Teacher, students, and our ISDs were recognized in a fun-filled, fan event.
Public School Choices
Go Public with Keyhla Calderon-Lugo with Univision, communicates all that public schools in San Antonio offer students and families.
Heroes for Health
Elementary schools partner with local police, fire, and military for a city-wide physical activity and nutrition event. A Bexar County School Boards Coalition initiative.
Cool Schools: Houston Life
Cool Schools on KPRC’s Channel 2 and Houston Life, features academic and extracurricular programs, outstanding students, schools, and teachers throughout Houston-area ISDs.
Great Day Houston
Host Deborah Duncan interviews and Go Public Gulf Coast districts’ academic and extracurricular programs. From STEM to CTE, student academic pathways are in the spotlight.
Student Bus Art
San Antonio transit buses feature high school student art, in addition to elementary school students submissions in the Texas Cavaliers art contest. Support from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.