Public schools

The small rural district had only three telephone lines, which were aging and unreliable. This meant that teachers often had to use their personal phones to connect with students and parents during and after school hours.


The power and convenience staff need to communicate and collaborate

  • Challenges

    The Justice Public School District in Seminole County, Oklahoma, needed a better way for teachers and other staff in the small, rural school district to communicate with parents, students, and one another.

  • Results

    Instead of having just three phone lines for the whole district, there’s now a phone in every classroom. Teachers can call and receive calls from personal devices, and caller ID shows the school’s number instead of their private numbers.

  • Solution

    AT&T Dedicated Internet gives Justice Public School District a private, one-to-one connection with AT&T that protects sensitive information. Justice also chose AT&T Office@Hand, a flexible, cloud-based collaboration solution.

AT&T Solutions

Collaborate effectively with network solutions from AT&T


Connecting a rural school district to help teachers and students

A teacher, holding a mobile device, is conducting a class with students all standing in front of the classroom.

About Justice School District

The Justice Public School District in Wewoka, Oklahoma, serves students in pre-kindergarten through grade 8. It also provides a full-day Head Start program for three-year-olds. All district students qualify for free or reduced meals.
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