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2019-2020 Open Enrollment for MPS Online Dates to Remember!

Quarter 3 - Open Enrollment for MPS Online is- January 13, 2020 -January 24, 2020

Part-time students, complete this form with your counselor AND parent. Read registration page carefully as the signature page has changed.

New Registration Signature Page


Full-time students, complete this form, if under 18, a parent signature required. You DO NOT need to complete registration forms every quarter. 

New Registration Signature Page


Quarter 4 - Open Enrollment for MPS Online is- March 23, 2020-April 10, 2020

 (We are closed March 30, 2019-April 3 for Spring Break) - Expect Enrollment Delays.

 PLEASE NOTE: It is the student's responsibility to contact MPS Online if he/she cannot access his/her online account after enrollment. Up to 3 weeks of non activity, student may be dropped without notice and  receive a "F" grade for the course. Please communicate with us earlier in the quarter.  See below, how to access the online platform.

How to access Odysseyware

PLEASE NOTE: Students enrolled part-time and full-time will need their MPSEDU.ORG username and password to access this portal. Allow 24-48 hours from receiving the "Welcome" email to access the online platform. If you receive a "Welcome" email on Friday, allow two business days for your courses to show. Students, if you have trouble accessing your Odysseyware portal or cannot locate your MPSEDU.ORG username and/or password, please email: Chris Hubbard at 

Odysseyware is the online platform that MPS Online uses

Follow these steps to log on:

1.       Go to

2.       Click on the Green button that says “Sign in with Azure”

3.       Type in your MPS email address and password

Once you have logged in, check your courses to make sure what you registered for is visible. If you are missing courses on your online platform, please reach out to Joua Yang, School Counselor at or Chris Hubbard, TOSA Administrator, for help.

Plagiarism Procedure

As an Online Learning Program, we take plagiarism very seriously. We trust that our students are not using someone else's words and or ideas, and making it  their own. Using three or more words and or ideas from someone without giving credit (citing the source) is considered plagiarizing.


Offense One:  Teacher sends a message to the student, online counselor and family. Assignment receives an F.    All online teachers will be notified of the situation.


Offense Two:  A family/guardian meeting will be required. Failure to attend this meeting will result in an F in the course.   All online teachers will be notified of the situation.

Offense Three:   Definite removal from class (F).  Possible removal from all online classes.