PCs for People providing laptops and hotspots for families in need
With Euclid Schools returning in a remote format through at least October 16, the importance of quality technology at home is critical for learning. Our schools have distributed chromebooks to all middle and high school students, and iPads to K-5 students. Still, families need technology to help close the digital divide, and support learning.
Local nonprofit PCs for People is making laptops and hotspots for families in need. The organization partnered with our Euclid Schools prior to the beginning of the school year to provide and distribute hotspots to our families - at our schools. The partnership was available to Cuyahoga County inner-ring suburbs, with our Euclid Schools becoming the first school district to take advantage of the partnership.
Though our schools are no longer serving as a distribution site, Euclid families can still obtain technology from the non-profit. Families wishing to receive the technology should visit pcsforpeople.org/ohio, complete the requested information, and look for the pickup site and date that best fits their needs.