Pasco Schools Provide Wi-Fi Hubs for Students Who Lack Access
There will be designated areas in the parking lots of five schools for wi-fi access.
PASCO COUNTY – In an effort to ensure that all students have the tools they need to engage in distance learning, Pasco County Schools is establishing community access wi-fi hubs starting Wednesday (May 6) at five school sites.
The hubs will make it possible for families to easily access the internet.
Starting on Wednesday, the hub sites will be available from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Starting June 8, the sites will be available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
The community access wi-fi hubs will be at these sites:
- Lacoochee Elementary School at 38815 Cummer Road in Dade City
- Woodland Elementary School at 38203 Henry Drive in Zephyrhills
- Cotee River Elementary School at 7515 Plathe Road in New Port Richey
- Rodney B Cox Elementary School 37615 Martin Luther King Boulevard in Dade City
- Pasco Elementary School at 37350 Florida Avenue in Dade City
At each site, a designated area in the parking lot will be clearly marked, and wi-fi access information will be displayed. Families are being asked to follow social distancing recommendations while on campus, and remain in vehicles as much as possible. Families also are encouraged to make sure their device is fully charged before arriving.
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