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Graduation DVDs For Sale
DVDs of both high school graduation ceremonies are available for purchase for $30 plus tax. If you would like to order a copy, please select the link below for the year of graduation. Graduation DVDs will be available for mailing and pick up after they are finalized and processed. Any questions or concerns may be directed to Abby Young at 923-5115, or via email at

Order a Class of 2017 DVD online

Order a Class of 2016 DVD online

Order a Class of 2015 DVD online

Order a Class of 2014 DVD online

Order a Class of 2013 DVD online

Order a Class of 2012 DVD online

Order a Class of 2011 DVD online

Order a Class of 2010 DVD online

Snow Days
We suspend all programming to announce snow days, school delays, or other emergency information. Tune to MPS-TV early in the morning to find out if school is canceled.

Board of Education Meetings
Board of Education meetings are broadcasted live on MPS-TV. Meetings are replayed throughout the week and are also available to watch online. Consult the Board of Education schedule and tune in during the next meeting.

MPS Today
The district produces a monthly television show, MPS Today, that highlights district current events, achievements, and other important subjects. MPS Today is hosted by Scott Cochran.

Watch Online
Television shows that are currently playing on MPS-TV are also available to watch online, either through our on-demand server or on our YouTube channel.

Bulletin Board
Stay up to date with information and announcements from our schools. Our bulletin board is displayed between shows and at night. You can also see all of the current bulletins here on our website.

Purchase DVDs
If you want a copy of a show, please email DVD prices start at $10. Pricing depends on program length. Graduation sales are announced at the end of the year.

MPS-TV began broadcasting on Channel 17 on March 17, 2003 and moved to channel 98 on December 1, 2009. The future home of MPS-TV on the Charter system will be channel 190, as of January 21, 2014. The partnership between the Midland Public Schools, the City of Midland, Charter Communications, and AT&T is the response to a series of community surveys indicating strong support for an educational cable television channel. Thanks to the support of the City Council and Charter Communications, startup costs were funded through the franchise fees that Charter pays to the City of Midland. MPS-TV joined AT&T U-Verse in the Great Lakes Bay region on July 15, 2013, shortly after celebrating its 10 year anniversary.

Contact Us
If you have questions about any of our programming, please send us an email at