Family Internet Connectivity Support
Having a reliable connection to the internet is essential for families and students to engage in accessing resources, completing online/digital assignments and to communicate with family and friends. There are many options available from a variety of resources to support the connectivity needs of our LSSD families. If you are in need of internet connectivity, see the list below to determine which option best meets your family’s needs.
Option 1: Local Internet
Families should contact their local Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as Comcast/Xfinity, Ziply, etc. regarding discounted rates for students and families. Most Internet companies have plans for various income levels, and some do not require social security numbers, credit checks, etc.
Families who qualify for Free & Reduced Meals:
- Affordable Connectivity Program
- There are several local Internet providers offering free or low-cost Internet. To learn more, please visit:
Option 2: Mobile Carriers
Mobile phones can be used as personal Internet hot spots to connect student computers to the Internet. Some cellular providers also offer mobile WiFi hotspots.
Option 3: Open Public Internet
There are open and free Internet options for families in our communities. We urge students and families to abide by Washington State’s "Stay at Home" orders and social distancing practices, by staying inside cars when possible when using the below resources.
- Washington State Drive-In Hot Spots
- Xfinity Free WIFI Access Hotspots
- Lake Stevens SnoIsle Library Drive-in hot spot
If these options do not support your needs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be contacted to discuss other options.