Internet access resources
Here is a list of local Internet Service Providers (ISP) with links to their main website, as well as their low-cost services that families must qualify for.
- CenturyLink Homepage I Low-Cost Internet Options I Phone: 855-954-6546 or 1-888-833-9522 (printable mail-in form available on website)
Qualifiers: Federal Public Housing Assistance; Medical Assistance; Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; Supplemental Security Income; Veterans Pension or Survivors Pension Benefit; Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance; Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; Head Start; Food Distribution Program
- Xfinity/Comcast Homepage I Low-Cost Internet Options I Online applications only (requires scanning and uploading of documents)
Qualifiers: You are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI and others; AND, You do not have outstanding debt to Comcast that is less than a year old. Families with outstanding debt more than one year old may still be eligible; AND, You live in an area where Comcast Internet service is available; AND, You are not an existing Xfinity Internet customer and have not subscribed to Comcast Internet in the last 90 days.
- Spectrum Homepage I Low-Cost Internet Options I Online only: printable application for mail-in
Qualifiers: The National School Lunch Program (NSLP); free or reduced cost lunch; The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP; Supplemental Security Income (≥ ages 65 only)
- MidCo Homepage I Low-Cost Internet Options I Phone: 1.800.888.1300 (printable mail-in form, call and they will mail a form to you)
Qualifier: Income-based (does not provide list of qualifying documents, call 1-800-888-1300)
Current On the Dial Learning Model
Roll Out To In Person Learning
- preK-2 and site-based programs: Return Jan. 27
- Grades 3-5: Return Feb. 10
- Grades 6-12: Distance Learning (return TBD)
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