Affordable Connectivity Program
Posted on 10/12/2023
The Oneida City School District would like to make you aware of the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), a federal government program that provides up to $30 a month (up to $75 on qualifying Tribal Lands) towards home internet service per eligible household. 
Internet access has become an important part of fully participating in school and we want to make sure our students have reliable, affordable access at home. Because your student(s) participates in a free or reduced-price meal initiative under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or the School Breakfast Program (SBP), your household is automatically eligible to receive the ACP benefit.
As a part of the ACP application process, you will need to provide identification and eligibility documentation. The letter below can be used to prove eligibility during the application process and confirm that the following student(s) in your household participates in a school meal program during the 2023 -2024 school year.

In addition to proof of eligibility, households will also need to provide a form of identification during the application process. If you do not wish to provide the last four digits of your student’s Social Security Number, birth certificate, driver’s license, passport, or other government ID, then you are able to use the school-issued Student ID for identification. Use if your Student ID contains the following information: student’s full name, birth date, and non-expired date. A photo is not necessary.
When you are ready to apply for the Affordable Connectivity Program benefit, you can submit your application online at, mail-in a paper application, or contact a participating internet service provider. Call 1 (877) 384-2575 if you need to have an application mailed to you.
For any additional questions, you can contact the ACP Support Center from 9:00AM - 9:00PM ET, seven days a week at (877) 384-2575 or email [email protected].
Best Regards,
Matthew T. Carpenter 
Superintendent of Schools 

Affordable Connectivity Program DO Letter.pdf