Thanks to a generous donation from the Arthur and Charlotte Zitrin foundation, 800 Wireless hotspot devices will be available for families in need. To be eligible, a student must be a currently enrolled student in an Antioch Unified school. Complete the application using the link below. A printed copy of the application is also available at the District Office at 510 G Street. (Only one survey per family is needed).
Priority will be given to families in the following order: 1. 9-12 homeless and foster youth 2. TK-8 homeless and foster youth 3. 9-12 free and reduced meal recipients 4. TK-8 free and reduced meal recipients 5. All other students
We anticipate receipt of the devices in mid-September. Students selected to receive a WiFi hotspot will be contacted via email or phone on or around September 18th.