Pike County Schools Emergency Connectivity Fund Survey

  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, it became clear that all students should have access to the internet and a device to support their learning. Under the Federal American Rescue Plan, the Emergency Connectivity Fund was established to help connect students to the internet with a device. Through this program, the Pike County School System (PCSS) will be able to purchase internet service and/or Chromebooks for off-campus use by students. There will be no cost to students or their families. The Pike County School System is conducting a survey to identify which specific students need a device and/or internet access. Only students/families who complete this survey by June 28, 2021, will be eligible to receive a Chromebook and/or internet access (such as a hotspot). All devices will remain the property of PCSS, and each item will be checked-out to individual students for use at home. By filling out this survey, your child is not guaranteed to receive a device or service; this program is dependent on the federal funding PCSS is awarded. This program is not related to digital or remote learning programs.