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Extended Learning

No Internet? No Computer?

Options for students who do not have internet access and/or computers at home.

Use your cellular phone or iPad to access your Google Drive.
All of these companies listed below provide free or low-cost computers for families in need of assistance. 



Everyone On

(I really like this site) EveryoneOn is a non-profit organization that provides free or low-cost internet services and computers to low-income families. Simply click 'Find Offers" and click in the boxes that apply to you and your family. The website will then populate with all internet and pc offers. 

PCs for People

PCs for People is a national, nonprofit organization that has provided over 174,000 individuals with PCs by recycling donated computers.  While you can get a computer online, you will be required to provide a photo ID and eligibility document dated within last six months.

Computers With Causes

Computers with Causes offers free computers to families that meet their eligibility requirements.  This is a need-based program which requires you to complete a contact form and describe your need. 

The On It Foundation

On It Foundation provides donated computers at-risk youth and families in need. To qualify for a free computer, you must be a K-12 student in a public school and be on the free or reduced lunch program. In order to apply for the program, parents must submit a letter of request. This letter must explain their specific need and how the computer could benefit the child.

Komputers 4 R Kids

Komputers 4 R Kids provides refurbished computers for no and low cost to students and family with lower incomes. 

With Causes

With Causes offers reused and recycled computers for at-risk youth and families. 

Computer Technology Assistance Corps (CTAC)

The CTAC is a program dedicated to providing refurbished computers to needy individuals, including low-income families. Individuals and families may qualify for a free computer if they’re currently receiving some type of government assistance, like Medicaid or Medicare, food stamps, or cash assistance. If you don’t qualify for free assistance, you may still qualify for a low-priced computer, depending on your income.

Mt. Zion Primary

2920 Mount Zion Road, Jonesboro, GA 30236 | Phone 770-472-2828 | Fax 770-472-2832​​​​​​​

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