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New Detroit school district hubs to help families with technology resources

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Posted at 4:16 AM, Dec 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-01 04:16:09-05

(WXYZ) — With the Detroit school district shifting to full online learning amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, school officials are creating technology support hubs to help families use and repair devices.

The hubs may also serve as the district’s meal distribution sites, according to school officials. They also will provide help with utility bills, mobile COVID-19 screenings, and resources for child care.

The hubs, located at 13 locations in the Detroit Public Schools Community District, will open Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Due to a large number of COVID-19 cases across the city, the district decided to switch to remote learning at least until January.

View the list of the district’s 13 technology hub locations below:

  • Mumford High School
  • Henry Ford High School
  • Renaissance High School
  • Cody High School
  • Mackenzie Elementary-Middle School
  • Gompers Elementary-Middle School
  • East English Village Preparatory Academy
  • King High School
  • Denby High School
  • Pershing High School
  • Western International High School
  • Academy of Americas
  • Munger Elementary-Middle School