CuCPS has WiFi hotspots installed throughout the community at the following locations:
American Legion Hall: 913 Old Buckingham Road, Cumberland
Cartersville Rescue Squad: 1667 Cartersville Rd, Cartersville (only park in middle area by flag pole)
Cartersville Ruritan Club: 2168 Cartersville Road, Cartersville
Mama D’s Country Store: 1368 Columbia Road, Columbia
Ramans Midway Market: 3156 Cumberland Rd, Cumberland
Rocky Mount Baptist Church: 817 Stoney Point Rd, Cumberland
Shiloh New Covenant Church: 1665 Anderson Hwy, Cumberland
Union Outreach Fellowship Church: 237 Jamestown Road, Cumberland
WiFi Network: Kajeet SmartBus PW: smartbus
All SmartBus locations have a daily cap on the data available to use.
Other Open Access Points include:
Front of Cumberland Middle School: Student emails are used for logging in; normal school filtering rules apply. Maintain all social distancing rules. Do not park in any area that is not designated as a parking space. No one is allowed in any area after dark.
New Life Farmville (9 Mahan Road, Farmville): Guest network only; filtering rules apply. Use the upper parking lot. Playground is off limits at all times. Maintain all social distancing rules. Do not park in any area that is not designated as a parking space. No one is allowed in any area after dark.
Bear Creek Lake State Park -- Free WiFi access to students on the deck at the Lakeside Diner; Stop at the Park office to receive a complimentary parking pass; 8am - 4pm, 7 days per week; (no electrical power is available at this location for charging laptops or devices)
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Student breakfast and lunch distribution and delivery is on Mondays. Students will receive five breakfast and lunch meals for the week.
Randolph Fire Department, front of CMS, Cartersville Rescue Squad Building
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Delivery: Call Mrs. Sandra Raymond at 492-4212 between 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. weekdays prior to distribution/delivery date
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