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El Paso opening 8 free Wi-Fi centers to give students internet access

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EL PASO, Texas – The city of El Paso’s Parks and Recreation Department is opening up eight Wi-Fi centers starting Tuesday to provide free internet access to students and others who need it.

The centers will serve students and parents who lack internet access at home while providing a safe environment during the Covid-19 pandemic, officials said.

The major school districts across the Borderland opened up their school years with remote learning instead of traditional in-person classes.

The centers will be located at:

  • Armijo Recreation Center, 700 E. 7th St.
  • Galatzan Recreation Center, 650 Wallenberg Dr.
  • Marty Robbins Recreation Center, 11620 Vista Del Sol Dr.
  • Clardy Fox Library, 5515 Robert Alva Ave.
  • Memorial Senior Center, 1800 Byron St.
  • Pavo Real Senior Center, 9301 Alameda
  • Wellington Chew Senior Center, 4430 Maxwell Ave.
  • San Juan Senior Center, 5701 Tamburo Ct.

The hours will be from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

Access to the Wi-Fi centers will be free and available to anyone. Children younger than 12 years old will need a parent or guardian present at all times.

Covid-19 health and safety guidelines will be observed, officials said.

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David Burge



    1. just like the guy who killed his family in Dallas for being too loud? You are typical ranting about skin color while calling the other person a racist. Classic democrat. Here’s a plan let them go back the classroom instead of these “WiFi” centers. Democrats love people like you and your 5 profiles oh here, you’ll do whatever your told and never question their decision. I know why you’d rather have then outside school it’s cause you like little boys and want them away from their resource officer, sicko

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