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Need assistance with internet access at home?

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federal program that had been available to assist families in need to get access to internet services. Unfortunately, funding is no longer available for this program and new applications are no longer being accepted as of February 7, 2024.  Families already benefiting from ACP will continue to receive discounted Internet service until funds are depleted (anticipated to be April 2024.)  The recommended alternative to ACP is the Lifeline Program which provides up to $9.25 off the monthly cost for phone, internet, or bundled services.  There are several qualifying factors to be eligible for this program including qualifying to participate in the Educational Benefits Program (formerly called the Free and Reduced-Price Meals program.)  Use this to see Participating Providers Look Up Tool which Internet Service Providers (ISP) participate in the Lifeline program for your address. 

Below are links for common Internet Service Providers (ISP) available within district boundaries to help you find a low-cost internet solution that works for you.

If you find you don't qualify for any of the offered discounted internet services and need assistance with Internet access at home to allow your child(ren) to complete their schoolwork, please contact your child's school.