Anaheim Union High school District will host Sprint for a joint news conference announcing their participation in Year 2 of the 1Million Project Foundation. AUHSD high school students will receive free devices with free wireless service.
This event will have 514 Magnolia High School students present and will take place Friday, December 14 at 3 p.m. in the gym.
Right here in the U.S., there are more than 5 million families with school-aged kids who do not have home internet access. Unfortunately, this means that millions of students lack the devices and connectivity needed to have an equal shot at success. That’s why the 1Million Project Foundation launched in August 2017 with a mission to help one million high school students achieve their full potential by ensuring they have the digital tools and connectivity they need to succeed in school.
Anaheim Union High School District is one of districts participating during the second year of the program. By the end of the 2018-19 school year, more than 260,000 students at over 1,700 high schools in 33 states will receive internet access and devices.
This article was released by the Anaheim Union High School District.