WiFi help

Phil Perry of Phil’s Electronics repairs the WiFi modem in Bus 25 parked at the community center in Hazletonon, so students can again access the internet to download lessons. North Gibson School Corporation also has buses providing rural internet located at Mount Olympus and Patoka. Perry installed WiFi units in ten buses for mainly routes in rural areas so students can access it while going to and from school. The three WiFi locations are available to students while buildings are closed in the COVID-19 pandemic. During a Gibson County Chamber of Commerce event, members discussed encouraging local businesses or agencies to open guest WiFi access to allow people to park and work/study. Oakland City-Columbia Township Public Library’s WiFi is open from the library’s parking lot.

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