"100 Days, 100 Schools."
That's the mission of the C-SPAN Civics Bus, and Eastern Carolina is on the schedule.
C-SPAN announced its 45-foot mobile production studio and demonstration center will travel to Rocky Mount and Greenville,
making stops at Rocky Mount High School, Northern Nash High School,
South Central High School and JH Rose High School.
The bus is visiting 100 schools during the President's first 100 days in office.
CSPAN says several students will have the chance to ask questions of that morning’s guest on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal.
The bus stops in Eastern Carolina are being hosted by Suddenlink.
Here's the schedule:
Northern Nash High School
4230 Green Hills Rd.
Rocky Mount, NC
JH Rose High School
600 W. Arlington Blvd.
Information from C-SPAN:
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.
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.
In Rocky Mount, C-SPAN can be seen on channel 24 and C-SPAN2 on channel 45. In Greenville, C-SPAN can be seen on channel 26 and C-SPAN2 on channel 3.