Warner Unified School District Collaborates with UC San Diego
San Jose Valley Alternate High School and Warner Community Resource Center Receive Wireless Internet Connectivity
The HPWREN team recently worked with students at the San Jose Valley Alternative High School to provide the school and the Warner Community Resource Center with access to high-speed Internet. By extending their T-1 Internet connection across Highway 79 via a wireless ethernet bridge, Warner Unified School District now has the ability for all computers to receive broadband Internet connectivity. While the equipment was paid for by the school district, the HPWREN team participated in the installation and also provided technical expertise to guide the students through the deployment process.
We were very pleased about the collaboration between the district and UC San Diego," said Jared Aldern, Warner Unified Community Education Coordinator. "And the students greatly benefited from interacting with and learning from the UCSD folks."
Covering more than 400 square miles, the Warner Unified School District is the most sparsely populated school district in San Diego County. With 330 students attending the elementary, middle and high schools, Warner Unified's diverse student population includes Caucasians, Native Americans, Latinos, African Americans and Asian Americans.
For more information about Warner Unified, contact Jared Aldern at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 782-0670.
Additional photographs regarding this activity are available at http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/Photos/sites.html#Warner.
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