Washington Community COVID-19 Resources

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Dear Washington Community,

As measures to combat the novel coronavirus COVID-19 have increased, we realize the impact will cause a significant strain on families and individuals across the state. Although our work is largely focused on access to quality, equitable STEM education, our commitment to the community remains central to our work. We have compiled this page of multiple helpful resources to help families most impacted navigate during this difficult time. We will do our best to keep this page updated and feel free to send us any leads to media@techaccess.org


Although it is important to stay updated on news surrounding the virus, please avoid misinformation online and rely on trusted sources. Additionally, free news is available online via The Seattle Times.





  • Full List of Online Learning Resources
  • Khan Academy, created by experts, has a library of trusted K-12 learning lessons – Free
  • BrainPOP, a K-8 and ELL online learning resource with almost every subject – Sign up to request a code for free access
  • iCivics, games that teach civics such as ‘run for president’, ‘immigration nation’ and ‘newsfeed defender’
  • ABCMouse, free with code AOFLUNICEF
  • Raising Wonder, free printouts, activities and more
  • Vid Code, standards-aligned computer science courses, focused on open-ended projects
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium, livestream of multiple cameras around the aquarium

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