Attala Schools Get FCC Funds For Connectivity

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The Attala County schools are getting some money from the Federal Communications Commission to help students do school work at home.  The district has been approved for almost $108,000  as part of the FCC’s latest round of emergency funding for internet access and technology.  It’s aimed at helping students be successful as the COVID pandemic continues.

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