Important: Covid-19 Alert Status and Updates

SURVEY: FCC Emergency Connectivity Fund

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Parents can help Southside ISD receive additional funding for technology devices.

Families are asked to complete a short survey to help determine how many devices the school district may be eligible to receive funding for, from the federal government.

The FCC’s Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF) is a $7.17 billion program that will help schools and libraries provide the tools and services their communities need for remote learning during the COVID-19 emergency period. ECF will help provide relief to millions of students, school staff, and library patrons and will help close the Homework Gap for students who currently lack necessary Internet access or the devices they need to connect to classrooms.

For every student and teacher who needs the school’s district for a device to complete their school work, the district is eligible to receive funding from the federal government to cover a portion of the cost for that device.

Families are asked to complete this short survey in English or en Español to help determine how many devices the school district may be eligible to receive funding for, from the federal government.

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