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Please Return All District-owned Wifi Hotspots by June 18


As the 2020-21 school year ends, the Snoqualmie Valley School District is collecting loaned resources provided for remote and hybrid learning this school year. You are receiving this communication because at one point during the year, your family was assigned a district-owned Wifi hotspot. Wifi hotspots were provided on request to support student learning in households needing broadband capacity for at-home learning necessitated by pandemic restrictions. They were paid for using funds that were specific to this purpose, and which are no longer available once this school year ends. The service on SVSD hotspots will be disabled shortly after school is out for the summer. 


Families who borrowed a hotspot will also be sent an email notification this week from our Technology Team. Please return the hotspot to your school or the District Office (located at 8001 Silva Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065) before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 18.  If you have questions about returning the hotspot, please contact


If your family has a continuing need for broadband internet, federal funding for internet access is now available directly to families through a program called the Emergency Broadband Benefit. This program is available to qualifying families through the application found on this website:  Learn more about the program and eligibility requirements here.