Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
MFA is an industry standard mechanism that adds a layer of security by prompting the user to enter in an additional piece of unique information, to prove their identity. MFA grants users access to their email and other online resources from outside the safety of the district’s network by asking for another credential in addition to a password. If you have not already set up your MFA, refer to the MFA setup guide.

Self Service Password Reset (SSPR)
You must register for self-service password access. To do so, click here and follow the prompts.

Reset your password by clicking here or click the "can't access your account" link on the sign-in page. Follow this guide as a quick “how-to” while registering. Further information from Microsoft on self-service password reset can be found here.

Staff Password Reset Form
If teachers and staff require a reset and have not registered, they can submit a request using this form.

Student Password Resets
Teachers and staff, use this link to reset your students’ passwords.
Please note: This link must be accessed using Internet Explorer from a school-based computer.

This link will take you to Self Service Reset Password Management, where students can reset their own passwords.

Password Information

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
MFA is an industry standard mechanism that adds a layer of security by prompting the user to enter in an additional piece of unique information, to prove their identity. MFA grants users access to their email and other online resources from outside the safety of the district’s network by asking for another credential in addition to a password. If you have not already set up your MFA, refer to the MFA setup guide.

Self Service Password Reset (SSPR)
You must register for self-service password access. To do so, click here and follow the prompts.

Reset your password by clicking here or click the "can't access your account" link on the sign-in page. Follow this guide as a quick “how-to” while registering. Further information from Microsoft on self-service password reset can be found here.

Staff Password Reset Form
If teachers and staff require a reset and have not registered, they can submit a request using this form.

Student Password Resets
Teachers and staff, use this link to reset your students’ passwords.
Please note: This link must be accessed using Internet Explorer from a school-based computer.

This link will take you to Self Service Reset Password Management, where students can reset their own passwords.

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