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MPS Technology Page


I am Rick Olthoff, Technology Coordinator at Milnor Public School. I will be using this area to explain changes that are going on with our software or hardware, and I will also be including links on how to help more effectively and easily integrate these tools for use by our teachers, students, and parents.

Thank You,

Rick Olthoff
Technology Coordinator
Milnor Public School

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Setting up Office 365

Need to know how to set up your E-mails to forward from Sendit to Office 365 while we’re in transition? I’ve created a page with the information to help accomplish that in a few different ways, which can be viewed —-> HERE.

Password Registration

After you’re set up, and are ready, you can go through the password registration process –>HERE If there is a popup window that appears, don’t worry. You will want to enter your new K12 account login and password within that window. Once you’re done with this, this will allow you to reset your password if you forget it, and after the change to, will be the ONLY way you can get your password reset. I won’t be able to change your passwords anymore.

Resetting your Password

Once you’ve registered your password, you can reset it at the Password Reset Portal, which also allows you to change it. Keep in mind that you have to change this password every 6 months under the account policy.

Get MS Office on your devices

One benefit of the change to Office 365 is that each user has 5 free licenses of Microsoft Office. This means you can install Office on your home PC, your iPad, your laptop, whatever – up to the license max. If you don’t want to download and install Microsoft Office, that’s fine, as long as you’re logged in to your Office 365 account you’ll still have access to the online versions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.

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Milnor Public School


530 5TH ST          

MILNOR, ND 58060

(701) 427-5304
The Milnor Public School District is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment free from discrimination and harassment in all employment and educational programs, activities, and facilities. The District prohibits discrimination and harassment based on a student and/or employee’s race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, disability, age or other status protected by law. We are working on making changes to our website to ensure it is accessible to persons with disabilities. We’d like to know how the website is or isn’t accessible to you. If you would be willing to share your thoughts, we would appreciate it. Please contact Rick Olthoff by e-mail at
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