Anytime Access for All Launches Pilot Program at Hunters Lane High School

Anytime Access for All, a community initiative to bring computers and connectivity to MNPS students, has launched a pilot program at Hunters Lane High School.  Participating families are eligible to purchase for $25 a refurbished Dell laptop (retail value of $350) for their student after the student and caregiver complete a three hour digital literacy course conducted on-site at HLHS by the Nashville Public Library and Metro Nashville Public Schools.  Additionally, families are eligible for up to six months of free internet service through Comcast’s Internet Essentials program (qualification is required) if they meet on-going program training and survey milestones.

Learn more about this program’s introduction at Hunters Lane High School from Principal Dr. Sue Kessler.

high school students in classroom use laptops at desks