Home internet connectivity assistance, paid for by the Northwest Local School District, is set to expire in November.
In September 2020, the District received federal grant funds to help families in need to get connected from home. These funds are now set to expire in mid-November. As a result, all internet service paid for by NWLSD i.e- loaned cellular hotspots and installed home internet connections (through Spectrum, Cincinnati Bell, T-Mobile and Verizon) will soon be disconnected before December.
How to Keep Your Service Active:
You can continue to keep your service active by applying for The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. This FCC program will provide each household up to $50 per month towards broadband service. Click here to view the flyer
If you no longer need service, please return your loaned hotspot (from T-Mobile / Verizon) to your child’s school. Your installed home service will then need to be canceled. Please call Spectrum at (833) 267-6094 or Cincinnati Bell at (866) 516-0595 and request to cancel service.
Do you have questions concerning connectivity?
Northwest Local School District