Harris County now has study spots with free Wi-Fi for students who need it while remote learning.

Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia launched a new “study zone” program on Tuesday.

“Kids, the message is very clear. Pandemic or no pandemic, you’re going to school one way or another,” Garcia said in a statement. “Come on over to our study zones. Use our hotspot. Learn in a clean, healthy, cool environment. Bring your mom and dad with you so everyone is benefiting.”

The Harris County Public Library’s Curiosity Cruiser will also stop by on Tuesdays to give students access to books and other library resources.

Registration and masks are required to use the study zones. Parents are also required to stay with their children.

The study zone will be open every weekday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. until Dec. 14., excluding Sept. 7 and Nov. 26-27.

Registration is currently open for the North Shore Rotary Pavilion location at 14440 Wallisville Road.