NEW HARTFORD, NY (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – With state Regents exams just three weeks away, a group of local teachers will be going to the internet to help students pass their science Regents tests.

Teachers from the New Hartford and Whitesboro school districts – alongside the Oneida-Herkimer Madison BOCES — will be hosting “Regents Science Live,” a review program to help Central New York students prepare for the June tests in Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science and Living Environment. From Tuesday, June 13 to Wednesday, June 21, teachers will be helping students review for the tests, as well as take questions from the audience on certain subjects.

Students can call 315-368-6176 with any review questions, or they can send questions to the show’s Twitter account: @reg_ScienceLive.

The shows will be livestreamed on the Utica City School District website, as well as broadcast on Spectrum’s public access channel 3. The schedule for specific subjects is listed below.

Tuesday, June 13: Living Environment with Mrs. Laurie Hennessy of New Hartford from 7-8 pm

Thursday, June 15: Earth Science with Mr. John Bertrand of Whitesboro from 6:30-7:30 pm

Thursday, June 15: Chemistry with Mr. Stephen Costanza of Whitesboro from 8-9 pm

Wednesday, June 21: Physics with Mr. Michael Eramo of Whitesboro from 7-8 pm