FREE Internet Available in 4 School Parking Lots
You can currently access free WiFi from the main parking lots at Mathias Elementary, Garfield Elementary, Reagan Elementary, and Oakdale Middle School. School devices should connect automatically. Other devices can log in to the Guest network with the passwordhonor500.
Free Internet in the City of Rogers
The City of Rogers is also offering free internet at two city parks, Maple Grove Park and Tower Park. In addition to the two parks, free public WiFi is also available at Rogers City Hall, Rogers Public Library, Rogers Historical Museum, Adult Wellness Center, and the Rogers Activity Center. Find out more...
Documentation Help for Applying for Other Free and Low-cost Options
If you currently do not have home internet service and have a student who qualifies for free or reduced lunch, you may qualify to receive low-cost home internet through Cox or AT&T (details below).
If you need verification of your student’s eligibility to apply, contact Moises Manjarres by email or text at Moises.firstname.lastname@example.org. The message will need to include parent or guardian name, your student’s ID number, school they attend, and home address.
You can also create a School Cafe account to access proof of eligibility by visiting the schoolcafe.com website on a computer or smart phone.
Connect2Compete & Cox Offer Low-Cost Internet Service for Qualified Families
You may be eligible for an initial free 60 days of internet or low‐cost, high‐speed internet service for $9.95 a month from Cox. Visit Cox.com/Connect2Compete or call toll free 1‐855‐222‐3252 for more information. The first two months are free for those that sign up before Sept. 30.
Access from AT&T
AT&T offers internet access for qualifying limited income households at $10 per month through our Access from AT&T program including households that particpate in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start. New "Access from AT&T" customers may receive two months of free service. Find out more at: