Memphis, Tenn. – Mimeo, the global provider of online managed print and content distribution, is proud to announce that Shelby County Schools (SCS) has selected Mimeo Print to provide initial printing services for the instructional supports to help keep students and families engaged while schools are closed.
With this new partnership, SCS is providing comprehensive learning guides/workbooks and other printed educational documents to make distance learning more accessible for students, parents and teachers.
With Mimeo as a trusted print provider, SCS is able to focus on getting the right curriculum together, while Mimeo’s team handles the printing of the educational documents. The completed books are stored in their free online library, and should SCS need to order more in the coming weeks, it will only take a few mouse clicks. Mimeo produces print in its Memphis-based facilities and delivers the books to the SCS distribution center.
“One positive outcome of this crisis is the outpouring of support from a variety of businesses and community partners,” said Superintendent Dr. Joris M. Ray. “SCS is committed to providing instructional support to students and families during school closure, and the partnership with Mimeo is critical as we cultivate a system of supports to maintain continuity of learning.”
“We are passionate about making sure everyone has access to essential documents when they need them, and education is one of the most important threads in the fabric of our society,” said Mike Barker, General Manager, Mimeo US. “As a long-time Memphis-based business, we are doubly proud to be able to support our local educators and families.”
Mimeo is offering reduced pricing to any school network to accommodate remote students across the nation. Click here to learn more about how to get started.