Digital Divide Support

Educational Technology Contacts


Bill Gullion

Bill Gullion

PX 48690




Mike Goldstein

PX 47324



Kim Culp

PX 48509



Mission Statement

The School District of Palm Beach County, along with business partners, local governments, and community-based organizations, will collaborate to develop partnerships and solutions to shrink the digital divide.  This collaboration will provide computers and Internet access for students and families, and thereby opportunities for education, literacy, and communication that would otherwise not be available.

SDPBC Digital Divide

The SDPBC “Shrinking the Digital Divide” initiative started in 2006 with the goal of developing project-based learning programs to refurbish and then distribute computers no longer utilized by the District into the community. One of the key goals is to provide access to educational opportunities and communication tools provided by the District to students and families beyond the school day.

The most powerful result of students working in the Shrinking the Digital Divide program is that students are allowed to make a meaningful contribution and develop real-world skills by providing leadership opportunities.


Computer Donation Request Forms

The computer donation request forms below are to be completed and returned to a school-based "Shrinking the Digital Divide" project coordinator.   If you are not working in partnership with a school-based program, please return the completed form to:

c/o Digital Divide Project
3300 Forest Hill Blvd, Suite B-332
West Palm Beach, FL 33406

For Individuals

Technology Equipment Donor Release

For Non-Profits

PBSD #2320 Surplus Used Computer Donation Request and Agreement

Refurbished computers are very limited in number and eligibility is at the discretion of the school-based and/or District digital divide coordinator.

Participating Schools

School: Project Contact:
Lake Worth High School
L.C. Swain Middle School
Loggers' Run Middle School
Pahokee High School
Palm Beach Central High School
Park Vista High School
Royal Palm Beach High School
Seminole Ridge High School
West Boca Raton High School
William T. Dwyer High School


Parent & Student Internet Safety Documents

Comcast Internet Essentials

Individual students and families who are seeking a low-cost solution would do well to check out the Comcast Low-Cost Internet and Computer program. Students who qualify for National free or reduced lunch will qualify for the program as outlined below. Visit this website for more information: or call 1-855-846-8376


Click on the link or image above to learn more about Comcast's Internet Essentials program. Eligible families get home Internet service for only $9.95 per month and can purchase a computer for a low price of just $149.99 + tax.  Free classes and online tutorials are also available with this program.

NEW -- Low-Income Senior Affordable Home Internet Service for Palm Beach County

As part of a pilot program by Comcast Internet Essentials that is available ONLY to Palm Beach County residents, eligible seniors can access affordable Internet at home ($9.95+tax/month) and receive free computer and Internet training classes from Comcast’s community partners. Once approved for Internet Essentials, seniors can also buy a desktop or laptop computer for $149.99 (+tax). The computer includes Microsoft Office, Norton™ Security Suite, and comes with a 90-day warranty. The service has no term contract, no credit check, no installation fee, a speed of 10Mbps, and a WiFi router included.

For more information on the low-income senior program click on the links below:

NEW -- Access from AT&T

The Access program from AT&T will provide a low-cost option ($10+tax/month) for home Internet access to low-income households. To be eligible, at least one person in your household must be a participant in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Other eligibility requirements also apply.

For more information, go to: