Buses as “rolling study halls” are coming.

Students in Caldwell County will soon have a chance to do their homework via Wi-Fi while riding on school buses.

Don’t worry, parents. Access will be limited.

With the support of Google, the school district kicks off a pilot program, complete with a teacher on board for supervision.

Google operates a huge data center in Lenoir, the county seat.

The Education Foundation of Caldwell County, which also is supported by Google. is also supporting the project, which officially launches with a ceremony on Friday afternoon.

According to a spokesperson for Google, the pilot program is the first in North Carolina and one of just a few around the country.

“The pilot includes the presence of a teacher on each bus to mentor and supervise the students using Wi-Fi,” the program’s backers said in an announcement. “Other security measures will also be in place.”