PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Public Schools students and parents will be able to get technology support for their district-issued laptops starting Wednesday.
A number of schools will offer the in-person services to help students and parents navigate the technology.
“Even as educators, we are still learning ourselves and vow to continually make sure cyber security is a priority. Parent and staff are encouraged to take action as well. If you see something, say something. We are here to make E-Learning accessible and digitally responsible for all families,” a statement from the school district said.
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Technology Resource Centers will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Oct. 2. Appointments are encouraged through the district’s website (CLICK HERE), but walk-ins will be taken. Evening hours will be available by appointment only.
The centers will be located at the following schools:
- Pittsburgh CAPA - 111 9th Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
- Pittsburgh Carrick - 125 Parkfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15210
- Pittsburgh King - 50 Montgomery Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
- Pittsburgh Langley - 2940 Sheraden Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15204
- Pittsburgh Obama - 515 N. Highland Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Families must practice social distancing and wear a mask during each appointment.
It is asked that families have the student login information, along with the district-issued device and charger, with them.
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