New Mexico’s public and charter school districts are essential to the success of the NM Student Connect program. In this Toolkit, you will find links to information, assets, templates, and ideas that you can use to share details about how households can sign up for the EBB Program.
To use the documents and assets, please download them and make edits or customizations offline. Please reach out to us at 1-888-723-4505 (toll-free) if you have ideas for other content you may need. Representatives are available 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Saturday MT. Assistance is available in Spanish and Diné.
Animation: How to sign up for EBB
Share this animation on your website, social media channels, and any other place where families can access information about how to get signed up for the Emergency Broadband Benefit program.
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Emergency Connectivity Fund
The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) has contracted CTC Technology & Energy (CTC) to facilitate meeting its duty provide public education to at- risk, disadvantaged, and otherwise marginalized student populations. Read the full guide for more information.
Robocall and SMS Messages
Superintendents can use the script to make robocalls to their students’ households in a voice that families are familiar with. The script could also be modified for use by principals and other key, trusted leaders in your community.
Also included are some suggestions for SMS messages that can be sent to households in your district. Each message is under 140 characters.
Use this flyer to share basic details about the EBB Program with your students’ households. It describes eligibility and the steps eligible households will need to take in order to enroll in the program. It can be shared in digital format or printed and distributed.
Bridging the Gap Packet
Learn more about how your district and schools can help bridge the broadband gap this summer. Included are: A ECF Guidebook for school districts and charters in New Mexico; A white paper on the Homework Gap; and information about the EBB and ECF programs. NM Student Connect Ambassadors can assist with answering your questions or providing further details. Call 1-888-723-4505.