Mayor Walsh, Superintendent Alicea Join Launch of New WCNY TV Classroom Network


In order to provide students at home with opportunities for continual learning, WCNY has partnered with the Syracuse City School District to create the TV Classroom network. WCNY’s TV Classrooms are targeted for students in grades K-12 and provide curriculum on the subjects of ELA, math, science, health and physical education, history, and social studies. This alliance will allow students to continue to connect with real teachers and have the continuity of a classroom experience at home in Syracuse and across the 19 counties in Central New York

As Syracuse school students prepare for at least two weeks longer of learning at home, WCNY begins the first day of broadcasting on the WCNY TV Classroom Network. WCNY’s TV Classrooms are targeted for students in grades K-12 and provide curriculum on the subjects of ELA, math, science, health and physical education, history, and social studies.

With schools closed and many children without internet access, WCNY is committed to providing educational opportunities to audiences of all ages.

The TV Classroom network will be aired from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays on WCNY’s GLOBAL CONNECT channel, and will be simulcast from wcny.org and WCNY’s Facebook page via a live stream on YouTube. The classes will also be published on demand on this page.

GLOBAL CONNECT: 24.3 Antenna, 1276 for Spectrum Digital, and 467 for FiOS.

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