Washington's Internet Access Program

The Grandview School District is partnering with the state to bring free internet service to our families. Washington’s K–12 Internet Access Program allows students and their families who previously didn’t have internet access to connect at no cost to you. There will be no credit check or denial based on past-due bills. Families who take part in the program will never receive a bill.

The program is being paid for through the Washington’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, using CARES Act money, which is Covid-19 related grant funding.

Through the program families have a choice of either free broadband internet connectivity where available or a free mobile hotspot for internet connectivity where available. 

Your family can participate in the program if your child is eligible for free or reduced-price meals through the school and you did not have internet connectivity in your home before August 2020.

If you are approved for the K–12 Internet Access Program, internet access will be provided to you, at no cost, through June 30, 2021. If you want to continue with internet service after June 30, 2021, it will become your financial responsibility. To continue, you will need to contact your internet provider and make arrangements for this. Otherwise, your service will automatically end when the program ends.

Click here to apply for Presidio Washington's K-12 Internet Access Program. Once your fill out the enrollment form, you will receive a response within three business days. Once you are approved you will sign up with an internet service program.

The deadline to apply has been extended to March 31, 2021 and the referral code is WA2020. 

Your participation in the program will not be shared outside of your School District and Washington’s K–12 education department.