The Ed Hub is BUSD’s centralized distribution site for educational resources during COVID-19. The drive-through site (see directions below) allows for BUSD families to pull in, pick up essential learning supplies, and head back home while staying safely inside their car.
OPEN Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3-5 for Chromebook and hotspot check-out and returns.
Students and families can come to the Ed Hub for:
- Technology needs (Chromebooks, computer exchanges, power cables, earbuds, internet tools, or tech support)*
- Spanish-speaking support for any of the above
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You may also find answers to your question in the Tech Frequently Asked Questions & Troubleshooting document.
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Accessing the Ed Hub
The Ed Hub is located at the Berkeley Adult School (BAS) staff parking lot at the 1700 block of Curtis Street. Please note, you will be entering the staff parking lot on Curtis Street and exiting Francisco Street, see the map below. You can drive-thru and will not need to get out of your car. Delivery is available for families that can’t get to the Hub during scheduled hours.
The Ed Hub is organized by the Berkeley Public Schools Fund. It is staffed by BUSD staff and both English and Spanish-speaking Berkeley Schools Volunteers.
*Families may also call 510-644-8931 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up to Work a Shift at the Ed Hub
The Ed Hub is a partnership between the BUSD and the Berkeley Public Schools Fund – the single, centralized distribution site for BUSD families to pick up needed supplies. We need 2 volunteers (including 1 Spanish speaker) per shift to run the Ed Hub smoothly!