Crisis Center of Tampa Bay (2-1-1 Tampa Bay)
2-1-1 or TTY (813) 969-4944
Specializing in Information & Referral and Crisis Counseling
The Springs of Tampa Bay
Specializing in Support for Abuse-Child & Adult
Specializing in Support for Addiction & Substance Abuse
Specializing in Behavioral Health and Mental Health Services - Child & Adult
The United Way- COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund (Bills,Rent, & Food) 1-866-211-9966
Hillsborough County Social Services- Assistance with utilities and rent. Families call numbers below for screening and scheduled telephones appointments.
Lee Davis (813) 272-5220
University (813) 975-2153
Plant City (813) 757-3871
West Tampa (813) 272-5074
South Tampa (813) 671-7647
2-1-1 or 211.org-Assistance finding food, paying for housing bills,
accessing free childcare and other essential services.
Internal Revenue Service- Financial and tax relief benefits families.
Free Internet for 60 Days
Through a partnership with Spectrum and Hillsborough County Public Schools,
They are able to provide free Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps.
To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
Wi-Fi hotspots across Spectrum’s footprint will also be available for public use.
Comcast is also offering their Internet Essentials service.
If you are not a customer and have questions about applying for Internet Essentials,
please call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376).
You must live in an area where Comcast Internet Service is available.
You can check by entering your address on the Comcast website.
If you are eligible for Internet Essentials, apply by April 30, 2020, and are approved,
you will automatically receive the two-month free promotion.
After the promotion, regular rates apply.
Internet Essentials current rate is $9.95 per month plus tax unless you disconnect your service.
* Limited time offer; subject to change.
Two (2) free months Internet and WiFi service available to households
with students or teachers requiring remote education at the service address.
Valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to
Internet services within the previous 30 days and have no outstanding obligation to Charter.
Free months will be applied as a bill credit.
Offer applies to speeds up to 200 Mbps. If you do not call to cancel your service before free period ends,
standard rates apply. Taxes and fees extra; subject to change during and after the
promotional period; professional installation (unless self-install not available),
equipment and additional services are extra.
Restrictions apply. ©2020 Charter Communications.
From March 23rd through April 15th, Hillsborough Schools will establish
Grab-and-Go feeding sites to ensure that students have accessibility to nutritious meals.
The Student Nutrition Services Department has identified
23 locations to provide meals - breakfast and lunch - at no cost to children 18 years and under.
Each location will start serving food to those 18 years old and under on
Monday, March 23, at 9 a.m. and remain open until 1 p.m. daily.
They encourage parents and caregivers to drive to our locations.
They will also be accepting walk-ups.
The food will be distributed directly from our school buses
which will be set up in the designated car line at the designated schools.
HART will offer free rides for youth 18 and under
Beginning Monday, March 23, HART will offer free rides to students
with a school ID or HART Youth ID on regular routes that service
Hillsborough County Schools. Find out more on www.goHART.org
King High School
Middleton High School
Madison Middle School
Smith Middle School
Rodgers Middle School
Reddick Elementary School
Mort Elementary School
E-LEARNING CONTINGENCY PLAN
Hillsborough County Schools is here to work with you.
You need to know that learning will continue to take place online.
Set Up for Success week is March 23-27, where our teachers and parents can get comfortable with eLearning,
finalize lesson plans and get access to devices and computers.
Classwork during Set Up for Success week will not be graded.
Graded work and full eLearning will begin statewide on Monday, March 30.
While we are transitioning from the classroom to online eLearning,
it is not to a point where parents are expected to take on a full homeschool initiative.
Homeschooling is where you, as a parent, would have to develop lesson plans and assignments for your child.
This is not the case in Hillsborough Schools.
Our excellent, professional teachers will continue to develop all engaging assignments and lessons,
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Contact Min. Patrick Crews if you need more assistance