Devices and Connecting to the ‘Net
Connecting Kids – A community coalition called Connecting Kids was formed to ensure that all students across Nevada have equal access to virtual learning for the start of the 2020−2021 school year and to close the technology gap among students who currently do not have access to the internet or a computer.
Click here to take a survey – The Clark County School District is asking every family to take the CCSD Technology Survey (whether or not you have access to a device and the Internet).
Call for help – Families that do not have internet connection or a device can call the Family Support Center from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, at 888-616-2476. The Family Support center will ensure that all students have a device and families that qualify will be connected to resources for free Internet access. (If your child attends a private school, call your child’s school. If your child attends a state-sponsored charter school, call 775-687-9174.)