HITV broadcasts 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. You can find us on Channel 614 on Bright House Networks. We broadcast quality educational programming for all ages.
- You can find our schedule of programming in the TV Guide Channel 99 on Bright House Networks. Programs are subject to change.
To order a copy of a DVD of one of the school performances or a high school graduation, please send a check in the amount of $10.00 payable to: "Hernando County School Board". Download the form with more directions, click here.
- Programing is subject to change.
- Click on the link below to download a weekly schedule.
- Here are some of the programs found on HITV
- School Board Meetings
Live coverage of the school board meetings and workshop. For agendas, minutes and more information, click here
- NASA Sci-Files (Elementary 3-5)
The NASA Sci-Files is a series of Emmy-award-winning instructional programs emphasizing research and standards-based instruction, Problem-Based Learning, and scientific inquiry. Each program supports the national math, science, and technology standards and has three components that include: (1 a 60-minute television broadcast; (2 a companion educator's guide; and (3 an interactive web site that enables students to further explore topics presented in the broadcast.
- Destination Tomorrow (Ages 10 to Adult)
NASA’s Destination Tomorrow™ is a series of 30-minute educational programs that focus on NASA research, including new technologies, advanced aerodynamics, past achievements and medical breakthroughs. Each exciting program gives the audience an inside look at NASA and demonstrates how research and technology relates to our everyday lives. If it’s cutting edge technology, medical breakthroughs or advanced aeronautical research - NASA’s Destination Tomorrow™ will bring it to you first.
- NASA Connect (Middle School 6-8)
NASA Connect is a series of Emmy-award-winning, instructional math programs. An educator guide describing a hands-on activity and a web activity are provided with each 30-minute NASA CONNECT program. The hands-on and web activities reinforce and extend the objectives presented in the program and establish a connection between the math, science, and technology concepts taught in the classroom to those same concepts used every day by NASA researchers
- Shamu TV (Middle/High School)
Shamu TV is an award winning environmental education series that brings the wonders of wildlife right into classrooms and living rooms around the country. Each program features unforgettable stories about wildlife and the amazing efforts of people working together to save some of the world’s most endangered and threatened species.
- Meet the Author (Ages 3 – 14)
For 10 years, this series has served to promote literacy, and an interest in reading and writing, by giving students direct access to authors who share their personal stories, offer their writing tips, and encourage students to “keep reading, keep writing, keep dreaming.”
- Kennedy Center Performing Arts Series (all ages)
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in cooperation with the Prince William Network, is pleased to offer arts-based educational programming through the Performing Arts Series. Programs of the Performing Arts Series feature artists and companies who perform at the Kennedy Center and explore the areas of music, dance, theater, and literature.
Education News Parents Can Use (Parents)
Produced by the U.S. Department of Education, Education News Parents Can Use gives viewers the opportunity to ask questions of the experts—including educators, community and business leaders, and concerned parents drawn from communities across the country—and to find out ways to improve teaching and learning in schools and in the home. The live monthly series features viewer call-ins, lively discussion and brief segments, including one-on-one interviews, "how-to" demonstrations, video and graphics, and brief conversations with parents, educators, community, business and religious leaders, and education experts. Programs cover subjects such as reading, technology, school safety, special education and preparing for college.
A Biography of America (HS 10-12)
This video series presents history not as simply a series of irrefutable facts for students to memorize, but as a living narrative. Prominent historians present America's story as something that must be presented and debated from a variety of perspectives in order to be truly understood.
Last Updated on Thursday, May 23 2013 10:29