City of Temecula and School District to Create Free Student Wi-Fi Gardens

From the City of Temecula:

The City of Temecula announces free Wi-Fi access, “Wi-Fi Gardens,” in selected public spaces to help supplement Temecula Valley Unified School District’s efforts to provide students online access to the internet for schoolwork. Wi-Fi Gardens will be located at Rotary Park, Margarita Community Park, and the CRC Amphitheater from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm daily allowing students new options to virtually attend online classes and complete assignments. For added safety and security, the designated hot spots are strategically located in areas covered by the City’s video surveillance system.

In addition to the Wi-Fi Gardens, TVUSD and the City are jointly developing additional supportive programming to include vetted volunteer tutors.

The City of Temecula and TVUSD are committed to ensuring quality instruction through distance learning, including access to devices and connectivity for all students. It is anticipated that even after all classes resume in person, the need for connectivity will remain, and these Wi-Fi Gardens position the City and the School District to help address current and future online access needs.