Beginning this week, teachers at Westerville North High School can take advantage of an opportunity to manage their paperwork and help special needs pupils learn valuable skills at the same time. The Westerville North Student Copy Center, supervised by job coaches, can provide copies, packets, laminating and transparencies. They can even handle dye cut letters for classroom bulletin boards. Teachers are being asked to submit job work orders that include special requests like two-sided copying, collating into stapled packets, and three-hole punching. By learning these skills, students are building their resumes before seeking paid employment.