Providing Genesee County learners with a telecommunications path to the world, the Genesee Network for Education Telecommunications (GenNET) is an electronic pathway that allows voice, video, and data transmission over fiber optic cable. The system operates by interconnecting 21 local school districts and the Intermediate School District in Genesee County.
See a complete listing of all GenNET Member Districts
The 22-member GenNET Governing Board was appointed to guide construction, implementation, and use of the education network. Subcommittees ensure that all aspects of the network are student- and staff-ready.
Learn more about the programs and services
offered through GenNET.
As one of the most successful educational networks in the country, GenNET integrates the use of technology to provide opportunities and solutions to the specific instructional and communications needs of its membership.
GenNET is a nationally-recognized, award-winning network having received the following awards:
- USDLA 21st Century Award for Best Practices in Distance Learning (2010)
- Automation Alley Educational Program of the Year Recognition (2009)
- NSBA Technology Leadership Network District Salute (2008)
- MASB Education Excellence Award (2000)
To learn more about GenNET, contact your high school principal, counselor, district superintendent, district school board member, and/or the GenNET office at (810) 591-4436.