Tecumseh Local Schools
Attention Parents and Guardians:
PLEASE UPDATE YOUR 'ONEVIEW' ONLINE FORMS!
Dear Tecumseh Students and Families,
During this time of difficulty and uncertainty, it is our hope to stay as digitally connected to our students as possible. We have created this space to serve as a help center for our students and their families.
Students can access their Tecumseh Local Google accounts at home using the login credentials and password they use at school. However they must add the ending "@tecumsehlocal.org" to their login to be successful. Here is an example.
We will closely monitor our email accounts. Feel free to reach out to us with your questions and concerns.
Below you will find resources we are collecting to help navigate this situation.
In Arrow Pride,
Help with Wifi Connection
Charter Communication, which operates under the brand Spectrum, is offering free internet and broadband, including in-home Wi-Fi, to new subscriber households with K-12 and/or college students, as well as teachers, for 60 days. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395.
Free Spectrum Assist Service, with speeds of 30 mbps, is available for low-income families who are not already enrolled in the program. To be eligible, households must be recipients of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of NSLP or receive supplemental security income (for applicants ages 65+ only).
Free Spectrum Internet is available for any households with K-12 and/or college students or teachers who do not already have Spectrum Internet subscriptions.
Free self-installation kits will be provided for new subscriber households.
Spectrum will partner with school districts to ensure local communities are aware of these tools to help students learn remotely.
No data caps and no hidden fees.
AT&T is offering internet access for qualifying limited-income households at $10 a month through its Access from AT&T program. It is expanding eligibility to Access from AT&T to households participating in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start; providing two months of free service to new Access from AT&T subscribers; and providing free access to and unlimited usage of Caribou, a video calling application.
Comcast is making all Xfinity Wi-Fi Public Hotspots open to everyone on the “xfinitywifi” service set identifier. Public hotspots can be found in small/medium businesses and outdoors in commercial areas. Non-Xfinity subscribers need to accept the terms and conditions to access the network and repeat when requested to continue to receive free unlimited access. To find the hotspot in your area, enter your zip code at the following link: https://wifi.xfinity.com/.
Not sure which internet providers are available in your area? Visit https://www.inmyarea.com/ and type in your zip code to see which providers service your area. The following companies have taken the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) pledge indicating they will not terminate service for failure to pay, will waive late fees and will open wi-fi hotspots to people who need them: • Arcadia • AT&T • Cable One • CenturyLink • Spectrum: Charter Communications • Cincinnati Bell • Continental • Comcast/Xfinity • Consolidated Communications • Cox Communications • Frontier • Little Miami • Mediacom • Oakwood • Ohio Rural Broadband Association • Ohio Telecom Association • Sprint • T-Mobile • TracFone Wireless • US Cellular • Van Lue • Verizon • Windstream Using Instructional Resources