SVVSD, NextLight net $1.3M grant to expand internet service for low-income students

St. Vrain Valley School District in partnership with Longmont’s NextLight internet service were awarded a $1.3 million grant to expand quality internet access for low-income students.  The public-private partnership will use the grant from the Colorado Department of Education to improve access to free Internet for students and educators across the school district who might
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St. Vrain Valley Schools Awarded $1.3 Million Grant in Partnership with the City of Longmont’s NextLight Program, to expand quality internet access for low-income students

St. Vrain Valley Schools has received a $1.3 million grant from the Colorado Department of Education to support a partnership with NextLight®, the City of Longmont’s publicly-owned, 100 percent fiber-optic internet service to provide high-quality internet access for low-income students. The proposal was funded as part of the Connecting Colorado Students grant program, which was
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