Posted: 10/01/2021 18:18:42 PM
Twelve school districts in New Hampshire will share $ 2.4 million in federal funding that will be used to help them provide students with Internet connectivity devices and services.
The grants were awarded through the Federal Communications Commission’s Emergency Connectivity Fund, which US Senator Maggie Hassan, D-NH, played a key role in putting together the US bailout.
Funding can be used by elementary and secondary schools and libraries to provide laptops and tablets, Wi-Fi access points, modems, routers and broadband connections for off-campus use by students. students, school staff and library users in need.
âToo many New Hampshire students don’t have high-speed internet access at home, which puts them at a serious disadvantage when it comes to keeping up with schoolwork and making up for lost learning,â Hassan said.
The districts receiving funding were:
â Manchester School District, $ 1,074,360
â School Administrative Unit 15, Hooksett: $ 17,065
â South Hampton School District, $ 3,460
â Timberlane Regional School District, Plaistow: $ 14,737
â School administrative unit 64, Milton: $ 122,900
â Bishop Brady High School, Concord: $ 118,000
â Hudson School District: $ 2,703
â Nashua School District: $ 404,787
â Salem School District: $ 414,359
â Kearsarge Regional School District, New London: $ 27,274
â Fall Mountain Regional School District, Langdon: $ 106,800
â School administrative unit 6, Claremont: $ 96,525
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