Welcome back from spring break. We have two resources to share with you--technology support and rental assistance.
Thank you for completing our communications survey. Based on your feedback, we will send updates as needed, not necessarily on a daily basis.
As students begin distance learning, you may need technology support. We have created a webpage with resources that provides step-by-step instructions on logging into your Chromebook, connecting your Chromebook to the internet, and rebooting your Chromebook if needed.
If you still need additional support, reach out to your teacher.
United Way recently announced an expanded program of rental assistance. One month of rental assistance is being offered to people in King County struggling to pay rent due to the coronavirus.
Listed below are the requirements to qualify and a link to the application. Funds are available on a first come, first served basis. We encourage you to apply by 5:00 p.m. tonight, Monday, April 13.
If you’re a King County resident who has been impacted financially by COVID-19 and are behind on your rent, you may qualify for assistance. You may apply for this assistance if you:
- Live in King County, WA
- Are behind in rent
- Are economically impacted by COVID-19
- Have a current monthly household income that is below these amounts (50% of Area Median Income):
- 1 Person: up to $3,483
- 2 Persons: up to $3,983
- 3 Persons: up to $4,479
- 4 Persons: up to $4,975
- 5 Persons: up to $5,375
- 6 Persons: up to $5,775
If you meet these requirements, please fill out the online application at www.uwkc.org/renthelp or call 2-1-1.