School district helps families gain Wi-Fi connection, as education moves online

More than 200 families in Nyssa now have Wi-Fi – a result of a recent project by the Nyssa School District to remove educational obstacles as schools shifted to online classes.

With the closure of schools nationwide, students have been taking classes virtually through Zoom since March. The Nyssa district soon began to see some of the challenges that students faced without Wi-Fi.

“Some of the . . .

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