The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Hotspot set in Skamokawa

 

April 30, 2020



Hotspots are a much needed service right now, especially for students who don’t have great internet access at home.

Wahkiakum School District has password protected wi-fi access for anyone with a school provided device, and the network has been expanded to cover the entire campus. Some days students and even some staff can be found doing homework or working on other projects in the parking lot.

Steve Carson, of Skamokawa Internet Services, announced last week that SIS, along with The Duck Inn, will be providing a public Wi-Fi hotspot for students during the stay at home order.

Users can access the public wi-fi in the parking lot of The Duck Inn by agreeing to the service agreement.

Carson asks users to follow CDC guidelines for safe distancing while using the hotspot and to respect the rights of the property owner.

If you have any difficulties accessing the internet, feel free to call or text Skamokawa Internet Services at 360-209-7575.

 

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