Low Cost Broadband ProvidersIf you don't have internet access at home, please consider these resources.

Marin Community Learning Hubs

Marin County community organizations are working together to provide Marin Community Learning Hubs during the 2020-2021 school year. Marin Community Learning Hubs are safe spaces with adult supervision for TK-8th grade students. Students will receive connection support for distance learning and access to WiFi during school hours.

This opportunity is offered for families for free who meet specific criteria. Eligible families include those that qualify for free or reduced lunch program, work with the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS), foster youth children, students new to the country, or families unable to access or support distance learning.

Low Cost Broadband Providers

The District maintains a guide to Low Cost Broadband Providers, and can provide direct assistance to families with navigating the process of signing up for service.

Families can also check the EveryoneOn.org website, which offers help with finding local, low-cost internet service providers.

Help from Kentfield

If you are unable to make use of the resources above, please contact your student's school office to request additional assistance.