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Tech Help Desk

If you are in need of technical assistance, if possible please send an email with your full name, grade, and description of the problem to helpdesk@k12.nd.us

To login to your school issued laptop computer: 
It is the students first name and last name all together no space or capital letter, and the student password is capital initial of the their first and last name followed by a 4 digit number:
Example User Name:  johnsmith
Example Password:  JS1234

Office365 Login vist: www.office.com 
Then click "Sign in"
Enter your student email address (Ex: Smith@k12.nd.us)
You then will be redirected to the ND State K12 login page
Enter your email password, this is not the same as your computer password.  If you do not know your email password contact your school's office they can provide it to you.
If any extra windows pop up please accept any permissions it may ask.
Sometime if you are having difficulty logging into Office365, please try another web browser like Chrome or Firefox.
You should now be logged in to your Office365 account.

Schoology does NOT have a user name and password. You must first log into your Office365 account and then open another tab in your browser and go to this specific website wahpeton.schoology.com (DO NOT go to www.schoology.com it will not work)
If you are prompted with a window asking Office365 to give permissions to Schoology please accept the permissions.

If you are unable to send an email, please call 701-642-0384 for District Technology Support Center.  Please be patient as we work with a high level of calls.
 

If directed by Tech Department Staff please open the link below to start a remote support session:
 
 
The vision of the Wahpeton Public Schools Information Technology Services Department is to provide a state of the art technology environment designed to ensure maximum learning opportunities for all students so that they may become effective communicators and responsible collaborators who are well prepared to enter the global community as dynamic citizens of our nation and world.
 
Over the last few years the demands on technology have grown exponentially. We are, therefore, always working to employ the latest tools, processes and procedures to ensure that we can meet the requirements of the latest technology so that we can take advantage of all the benefits it has to offer.

Our most recent improvements include a complete network redesign, computer upgrades, software managements systems, a district-wide wireless network, Microsoft Windows Servers on Dell server hardware and a brand new website.

We currently operate close to 1,200 devices including desktop computers, laptops, IPADS, printers, copiers and interactive projectors throughout our district.  We look forward to the new opportunities this new computing environment will offer our students and staff and we thank you for your support!