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Churchill County Selects Paper to Eliminate Barriers & Elevate Student Success

Churchill County School District in Nevada is getting some additional support from Paper, and all students in fourth through 12th grade are slated to benefit.

Superintendent Derild Parsons emphasized the significance of this collaboration, stating, “Whether students encounter hurdles in their homework, are preparing for tests, or seek guidance on their writing assignments, expert assistance will always be within reach.”

Students using PaperImage was originally shared by the Fallon Post

Superintendent Parsons also expressed optimism about the impact of this collaboration on students, stating, 

This tool will be invaluable for our students. With Paper at their fingertips, they can access additional assistance beyond the classroom, reinforcing their academic preparedness and success.”

The Superintendent also emphasized that this initiative aligns with the district's commitment to eliminating barriers and supporting student success. 

Already in use in schools, Paper has garnered positive feedback from CCSD students and staff. Churchill County High School Vice Principal Reema Pulsifer observed students utilizing Paper during classroom walk-throughs and noted,

“It's fantastic to commence the New Year with a support system that extends beyond school hours. CCHS students are eager to explore the Paper platform and find it remarkably user-friendly.”

To access the Paper platform, students in grades 4-12 can log in using their username and password via Clever, ensuring round-the-clock availability for personalized academic support.

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