Internet Access at Home

  • •Families needing assistance with an Internet connection can reach out to their child's school to checkout a WiFi hotspot.

     

     

    •Free WiFi Hotspots for Checkout from City of Peoria 

     

     

    The city of Peoria recently purchased WiFi hotspots for students in need. Developed by the Peoria public libraries, this pilot program was funded in part by AZCares and provides free mobile hotspots to K-12 students in Peoria who do not have adequate Internet access. More than 200 hotspots with 50 gigabytes of high speed Internet on Sprint’s 4G LTE network were purchased and are available for students and their families to use. A parent or guardian can check out the device at the Peoria Main Library or Sunrise Mountain Library with an active library card. They will need their student’s school ID number and sign a Checkout Agreement Form. Each family can check out one hotspot for four weeks and renew it up to four times.  

     

      

     

    •Project Bandwidth: Free WiFi Access at Local Businesses

     

     

    Multiple local businesses have partnered with Peoria Unified to offer free WiFi access at their locations for our students and families. See the Project Bandwidth page for details. 

     

     

    •Free, Open WiFi Access Points in Your Area

     

     

    Online Arizona provides a searchable map of free WiFi access points across the valley.

     

     

     

    •Education Offers From Internet Providers

     

     

     

    Cox Connect2Compete: This option would be purchased by the home/parent. It is $10 per month. To participate in this option at this price, families will need to apply on their own from the website below.

     

    Apply for Cox Connect2Compete

    Cox Connect2Compete FAQs

     

     

    The district will continue to explore additional connectivity options for families and will share them as they become available. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Last Modified on September 11, 2020