Internet for All
Launched in 2017, the Internet for All program offers free home Internet service to District 97 students in grades kindergarten through eight who do not currently have access to this critical resource. Through a partnership with the Digital Wish program and Mobile Beacon, the district will be providing students with free wireless hotspot devices they can use at home, and covering the cost of the monthly fees for the service. The goals of the program are to help increase student access to valuable online learning resources, while also bridging the digital divide and ensuring greater educational equity.
Below are the eligibility requirements for families that are interested in participating in the program.
- Must have at least one kindergarten- through eighth-grade student who is enrolled in a school in District 97 and participating in the district’s iLearn 1:1 device initiative.
- Must be enrolled in the National Free/Reduced Lunch Program.
- Must not have home Internet access at the time of sign up.
If you are eligible for the District 97 Internet for All program and wish to participate, please download and complete the form linked below and return it to your child's school.
Questions or Concerns?
Please email [email protected] or call Michael Arensdorff at 708-524-3015.