Free Wifi Available at Bethel Schools

  • We are pleased to announce that drive up Wifi is now available at many of our locations in our district, including the majority of our schools. Families can now drive up to the school, park, remain in their vehicle, and have access to the free WiFi to download or upload school work as needed. 

    Starting the 2020-2021 school year only district-issued devices will be able to gain access to the Wi-Fi hotspots at each school. We will have more maps for all areas updated soon.

    Here is a list of locations within Bethel School District that have free outdoor Wifi available. Click on the location to see a map that shows the recommended area to access the Wifi signal.

    Bethel High School

    Graham Kapowsin High School

    Spanaway Lake High School

    Bethel Middle School

    Spanaway Middle School

    Elk Plain School of Choice

    Clover Creek Elementary

    Frederickson Elementary

    Kapowsin Elementary

    • The parking lot at Kapowsin Elementary is gated. The gates are scheduled to be open from 6:30 am-8:00 pm on school days. The hours are subject to change. If the gates are closed the closest schools with outdoor Wifi are Graham Kapowsin High School or Rocky Ridge Elementary.

    Naches Trail Elementary

    Rocky Ridge Elementary

    • The parking lot at Rocky Ridge Elementary is gated. The gates are scheduled to be open from 8:00 am-7:00 pm on school days. The hours are subject to change. If the gates are closed the closest schools with outdoor Wifi are Bethel High School or Kapowsin Elementary.

    Roy Elementary

    • The parking lot at Roy Elementary is gated. The gates are scheduled to be open from 8:00 am-8:00 pm on school days. The hours are subject to change. If the gates are closed the closest schools with outdoor Wifi are Elk Plain School of Choice or Rocky Ridge Elementary.

    Shining Mountain Elementary

    Spanaway Elementary

    Transportation/Food Services Buildings

    Educational Service Center 

     

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    The Washington State Broadband Office and state Public Works Board are working to identify gaps in high-speed internet service and areas of broadband infrastructure needs in order to advance the state’s goal to have universal broadband access in Washington by 2024.

    The first step is for Washington residents to perform a one-minute access and speed survey found at broadband.wa.gov. Anyone can complete the speed test at home using any computer or mobile device.

    Those with no internet access at their homes are encouraged to visit a local library or drive-in hotspot in their community or use their mobile device to take the survey and check the “no available service” button to record their physical address.