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Resources for Families in Need


Pc's for People

Spectrum- Free broadband and wifi access for 60 days to households with K-12 or college students who do not already have a spectrum subscription. 1-844-488-8395

Cox Cable- Connect2compete free for 30 days


Comcast- internet essentials free to new customers, plus 60 days of complimentary internet essentials service 1-855-846-8376 or https://www.internetessentials.com/apply


Assurance Wireless- through 5/20/20 all lifeline customers will receive free unlimited call/text and additional 6GB data free

1-888-321-5880 or https://www.assurancewireless.com/

QLink Wireless- 3/16-4/14 providing all current and new customers with additional free 5GB of high-speed date, unlimited talk and text 1-855-754-6543 or https://qlinkwireless.com/ 

SafeLink Wireless- free extra 5GB of data for each months of March and April https://www.safelinkwireless.com/ or 1-800-723-3546

Food and Rent/Utility Assistance: As for food resources, I recommend United way (211) to families! they can simply call 211, or go to http://www.211lorain.org/ 

There is also the Salvation Army in Lorain County: 2506 Broadway avenue Lorain. 440-244-1921. They are doing a food pantry from 9-11am Monday-Thursday each week. I would recommend calling ahead so they can prep ahead and give any further instructions. They also help Utility and Rent assistance, by appointment only, call ahead.

Lorain County community Action: providing utility assistance, by phone appt only. 1-855-806-9620, or online /http://www.energyhelp.ohio.gov

Local Updates

CoronaVirus Guidelines

Coronavirus Disease 2020 
Guidelines for Childcare &
K-12 Schools
  For additional information,
please visit coronavirus.ohio.gov
March 4, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 
Guidelines for Childcare &
K-12 Schools
  For additional information,
please visit coronavirus.ohio.gov

The Ohio Department of Health follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) interim guidelines to prevent the introduction and spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) into childcare facilities and schools.

Through collaboration and coordination with local health departments, childcare facilities and schools can take steps to disseminate information about the disease and its potential transmission within their community. Schools should continue to collaborate, share information, and review plans with local health officials to help protect the whole school community, including those with special health needs.

Schools and childcare facilities should:

=        Review attendance and sick leave policies; encourage students/children and staff to stay home when sick and establish procedures to ensure student/children and staff who become sick or arrive sick are sent home as soon as possible.

=        Perform routine environmental cleaning.

=        Create communications plans for use with the school/childcare community.

=        Administrators should plan to provide critical support services, such as continuity of education and continuity of meal programs, if schools are dismissed or childcare facilities closed.

Administrators, staff, teachers, and other personnel are reminded to fight stigma by supporting people who are coming back to school or work after completing a quarantine or isolation period for COVID-19 exposure or illness. Someone who has completed their quarantine or met the requirements to discontinue infection control measures does not pose a risk of spreading COVID-19.

Childcare facilities and schools are reminded that viruses cannot target people from specific populations, ethnicities, or racial backgrounds. People of Asian descent, including Chinese Americans, are not more likely to get or spread coronavirus disease 2019 than anyone else.
=        CDC Guidance for Schools.

Vinson Message

At Vinson, home safety for our students is a top priority.  Education for parents is essential to support our families during this time of high volume of internet use.  Here are a collection of resources that we recommend to share with your families to guide them through solutions for internet filtering at home and keeping children safe online: 


We have prepared Google Classroom tutorials to share with parents via email or links on your district web page. 

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