Distance Learning Resources
UHS Distance Learning Classes on Edgenuity and Google Classroom
ALL Executive Interns must join the Google Classroom using this code: a4ruijx
Ms. Sawicki’s book club students, please join google classroom using this code: 7r7olj2
Distance Learning Applications Dashboard
Google Classroom Codes for UHS
Lake County Schools District Learning Resources--
“Due to the corona virus, we are currently accepting orders for transcripts through Scribbles/ScribOrders. (Transcripts cannot be emailed in accordance with FERPA.) Please visit https://lakefl.scriborder.com to place your order. Current students, your orders will be free of charge!
For further questions, please contact our School Counseling Secretary, Ms. Gabriela Salazar, at SalazarG@lake.k12.fl.us or our School Counseling Department Chair, Ms. Iliana Ulfe, at email@example.com.”
Student Electronic Device Agreement
Internet Access Survey
Students --"How to Access Your Email"
All 16 Lake County public libraries are closed. However, some sites are offering Curbside Service with limited hours: www.mylakelibrary.org/news/news_release.aspx?id=3252
Lake County residents without a Lake County library card can register for a Temporary Digital-access Card here. The card will give patrons free access to our digital catalog, online magazines and other online resources.
Audible is offering free streaming for some of its collection - no sign up or payment information. https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
Comcast (www.corporate.comcast.com/covid-19) and Spectrum (844-488-8395) is offering for students with no internet services free wifi for 60 days.
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Ms. Sawicki will be available for technical questions via texting at 352-508-7556 between the hours of 8am and 2pm. She will respond to you as soon as possible.
Free Internet & Communications Providers
AT&T has expanded eligibility for its low-cost internet program & new customers get 2 months of free service. In addition to SNAP recipients, the expansion covers households participating in the National School Lunch Program & Head Start. Learn more - https://m.att.com/shopmobile/internet/access/
Unlimited AT&T Home Internet
All AT&T consumer home internet wireline customers, as well as Fixed Wireless Internet, can use unlimited internet data. Additionally, we’ll continue to offer internet access for qualifying limited income households at $10 a month through our Access from AT&T program. We’ve expanded eligibility to Access from AT&T to households participating in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start. Additionally, we’re offering new Access from AT&T customers two months of free service.
Additionally, to help keep families connected during this uncertain time, AT&T is also funding 60 days of free access and unlimited usage of Caribu, a video-calling application that allows family members to read, draw, and play games with one another while in distant locations. The Caribu application, which integrates children's books, coloring activities, and games will be available to families across the country and around the world, free of cost, for the next two months.
Comcast is offering free Wi-Fi, postponing service cutoff for coronavirus crisis. A map of Xfinity WiFi hotspots is available at www.xfinity.com/wifi. For those with school-age students at home, Comcast created new educational collections for all grade levels in partnership with Common Sense Media. Customers say “education” into their X1 or Flex voice remote to use. Xfinity will not be charging late fees to for customers that are unable to pay their bill due to impact from COVID-19.
- Xfinity WiFi hotspots across the country will be available to anyone who needs them for free – including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers. View a map of available hotspots, here. Once at a hotspot, consumers should select the “xfinitywifi” network name in the list of available hotspots, and then launch a browser.
New customers will receive their first month of service free. Offer available through May 12, 2020. Remote customer service support at no charge between now and May 12, 2020. In-home modem included.
- $9.95 per month (plus taxes)
- 10 Mbps
- No term commitment
- No deposit
- No installation fee
Charter Communications, Spectrum’s parent company, announced Friday that beginning March 16, it will make its services available for free for 60 days to households with K–12 and/or college students who do not already have internet through the company. Optional in-home Wi-Fi service at $5/month.
- Free Internet modem
- High-speed Internet at 30 Mbps
- No data caps
- No contracts
- How Charter is Supporting Communities Through Coronavirus
Within the next 60 days, current customers will have unlimited smartphone data (excluding roaming), an additional 20GB of mobile hotspot / tethering service, and extra free data up to 5GB of data per month. Increasing the data allowance for free to schools and students using our EmpowerED digital learning programs to ensure each participant has access to at least 20GB of data per month.
Sprint made general announcements that for the next 60 days there will be no disconnects or late fees. Other deals available are:
- Complimentary international calling rates from the U.S. to countries defined by the CDC as Level 3
- Metered data plans receive unlimited data for 60 days and an additional 20GB of mobile hotspot data per month for 60 days
Verizon is not charging late fees and terminations of service until 5/13/20. All Activation and Upgrade Fees are being waived if they were purchased from My Verizon Online, Telesales, Customer Service, Chat, or Authorized Retailers. Free International Calling will be offered to countries identified by the CDC as Level 3.
Century Link has waived late fees and terminations of services to residential or small businesses for the next 60 days. All data usage limits are being suspended for consumer customers as well.