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 Concerning K-12 Instruction & Tuition During the COVID19 Pandemic

 

Since remote learning is continuing through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year, any school family that needs assistance with obtaining technology or with the delivery of e-learning during the COVID19 pandemic should refer to the school’s Remote Learning Plan and contact the teacher(s) and/or principal at your school. 

 

If anyone is experiencing a financial difficulty or challenge at this time, please contact your school principal or pastor/chaplain for the availability of assistance with tuition aid. 

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If families do not have internet access, there are several providers who are now providing free internet access due to the pandemic.  From our research:

 

“In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, schools across the nation are ceasing face-to-face instruction and moving to online learning.  Consequently, a number of Internet service providers are making provisions to provide free (or heavily discounted) Internet service to low income families:”

www.abcactionnews.com/news/national/coronavirus/comcast-offers-2-months-of-free-internet-to-low-income-customers-who-qualify-amid-covid-19-pandemic

www.pennlive.com/news/2020/03/comcast-offers-2-months-of-free-internet-to-low-income-customers.html

www.freepress.net/news/press-releases/free-press-calls-major-internet-providers-waive-broadband-bills-risk-people-and

www.cnet.com/news/carriers-begin-suspending-internet-data-caps-during-coronavirus/

 

In addition, several education vendors are providing free subscriptions to their cloud-based learning tools during school closings from the coronavirus.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NUKLZN7hGSu1Hzm70kfzBKs-lsSELaEMggS60Bi2O2I/htmlview?usp=sharing&usp=embed_facebook&sle=true&pru=AAABcPfZWGI*PvU7qdB-6f_X4uD6UhfoYA

 

 

Effective March 14, 2020, all athletic and extracurricular practices AND scheduled games/events are canceled until further notice.