Affordable Connectivity Program – Lakeside Union School District

Affordable Connectivity Program

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The Affordable Connectivity Program provides qualifying low-income households a subsidy of up to $30 per month on broadband service, directly from their Internet service provider. Families with children participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or who attend Community Eligibility Program (CEP) schools under NSLP qualify for the ACP benefit. Over 30 Internet service providers, including Cox and AT&T agreed to cap their charge at $30 per month, which makes the service free to the qualifying households.  More information can be found below!

The California Department of Education also announced the Get Connected! Initiative. You may visit their website to view the announcement and access a toolkit and other resources developed to promote ACP awareness:

Igniting Passion in Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities!

  • Our Schools are Dedicated to Teaching Students to be Involved, Active Learners who Think Critically, Learn Continuously, Collaborate Constructively, Communicate Effectively, Persevere Relentlessly and Care Deeply
  • Passionate, Knowledgeable, Skillful Teachers, Supported by Strong Site Leaders, are the Core Strength of our School District
  • We Expect our Faculty, Staff and Site Leaders to Provide Engaging, Challenging, and Relevant Learning Experiences for All Students
  • We are Committed to Acknowledging and Celebrating the Diversity within our Community while Affirming the Importance of our Common Humanity
  • We Believe that Powerful, Relevant Goals and Clear Action Plans Guide Progress Over Time, and We Commit to Setting Goals, Monitoring Progress and Sharing Results
  • Our Foreign Language Immersion Programs are Designed to Enrich the Education of Native-English-Speaking Students by Teaching Them all of their Academic Subjects in a Second Language

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