AUSTIN, Texas and JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI --Pearl River County School District, which serves the rural areas of Pearl River County, Mississippi, as well as Lauderdale County School District, which serves Lauderdale County and suburban Meridian, have selected Mesa Cloud as their student progress platform. The agreement builds upon a successful partnership between the leading School Information System in the state of Mississippi, Central Access, and software platform Mesa Cloud.
Together, Central Access and Mesa Cloud provide an integrated solution customized to Mississippi districts aimed at preventing COVID-19 from jeopardizing graduation for a single Mississippi public high school student. That added layer of intervention was the appeal for Lauderdale County’s Director of Federal Programs and Accountability, Ken Hardy:"We want to ensure that no student falls through the cracks due to circumstance, whether they’re learning in the classroom, or remotely at home.Mesa Cloud offers our administrators and guidance counselors a valuable safetynet that will equip us to immediately identify schedule, transcript, or pathway errors that present obstacles for educational opportunities. We are excited about this partnership and look forward to using this program to positively impact student success in the Lauderdale County School District.”
Added Pearl River’s Student Support Coordinator, Morgan Cruse: “Despite the challenging circumstances, our district has prioritized student success and accountability. Adding Mesa Cloud as our student progress platform will enable us to automatically track student progress and ensure success”
Founded in 2017, Mesa Cloud is a new student progress platform, purpose-built to automatically track each student’s progress toward their graduation path. A powerful logic engine customizable for each school district’s unique graduation requirements automates otherwise manual,error-prone schedule and transcript checking. Already integrated with seven leading national SIS platforms, Mesa Cloud is fully integrated with Central Access,which serves 128 districts in Mississippi and more than 318,00 students. TheMesa Cloud and Central Access partnership enables Mississippi districts like Hancock County to reduce the technology deployment timeline and acquisition cost of the Mesa Cloud student progress platform.