Free Temporary Hotspot
Hotspots are Internet access devices that can help someone get connected where they don't have a conventional Internet connection available.
The Moses Lake School District is making hotspots temporarily available to those who qualify for free/reduced lunches but do not have internet access at home. To get one (for longer-term free internet access through the end of the school year) you must enroll in the K-12 Internet Access Program. Once you have applied for this, a temporary hotspot will be provided by Moses Lake School District.
Please print out and fill in the Hotspot Consent form linked below. Bring that form and the free/reduced meal application with you when you pick up the hotspot. Please call 509-766-2698 to set up an appointment. Appointments are required and available on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 8 AM to 3 PM.
Hotspot Consent form
K-12 Internet Access Program
The K–12 Internet Access Program connects students in need of internet access at home with no cost to the student or their family.