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Clovis schools launch Continuous Learning System

CLOVIS (KSMX)- Wednesday, April 8, Clovis Municipal Schools will launch Continuous Learning, a system of instruction designed to continue academic growth for students in light of the closure of schools in New Mexico, brought on by COVID-19.

Continuous Learning is a system of instruction, which utilizes student Chromebooks, online learning tools, and interaction between teachers and classes via the Internet. Students at all grade levels will utilize Google Classroom to access their classes and teachers beginning Wednesday, per the release from CMS.

Students received login information to access their online classrooms during Chromebook distribution.

Additionally, the District has created a Continuous Learning Hub, available at, where families can access class materials, resources, and instructions to assist their student’s through the process of receiving instruction at home.

The Continuous Learning Plan outlines the strategy for at-home instruction and answers questions about things such as how students will meet credit requirements, management of dual credit classes, support for disabled, at-risk and others, the frequency of check-ins with teachers, and additional resources and information for our families.

“District staff is anxious to reconnect with their students and continue to foster learning with their classes. While there will certainly be challenges ahead as we navigate a new way of learning, our staff is prepared for the new experience with commitment and enthusiasm.

Welcome back to school; you have been missed.”

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