Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions

I have entered my information into the Online Registration but never received a link.

Are you requesting the link from a work computer? The email is sent from an auto forwarded email. Many business block this type of email in their SPAM filter. Try a different email address. 

What is the difference between Registration and Enrollment?

Demographic information and intention of coming to Millard Public School. Parents register their students.

School assignment, class scheduling, fee payment. Completed after parents register their student. Millard Public School Employees enroll students.

Online Registration:
The Online Registration (OLR) process uses an electronic system (computers) in which parents input/change demographic information for all of their students (elementary, secondary, etc.) at one time.

When is Online Registration going to be available?

Mid January for new kindergarten students and new students (K-12) to Millard Public Schools.

May for all new and returning students.

I have a question about the school path for my family.

The new boundaries approved by the Board of Education in December 2013 went into effect August 1, 2014. In order to find the path for your family, find each child's grade level for the 2019-20 school year on the chart by selecting here.

What documents will MPS accept at proof of residency?
  • Current Utility Bill
  • Purchase Agreement
  • Lease Agreement
  • Cable/Internet Bill
What documents are NOT considered proof of residency?
  • Medical Bills
  • Drivers License
  • Bank Statements
  • Credit Card Statements
  • DMV Documents
Where can I find the MPS Physical Form?

Please select here to download a copy of the MPS Physical Form. This form can also be picked up at your student's school office.

Who do I contact if I have problems accessing my parent portal?

Phone: The Millard Parent Access Line - 402.715.8000
E-Mail: ICParentContact@mpsomaha.org

Where can I find out more information about the Free and Reduced Lunch Program

The Free and Reduced program offers free or discounted meals to those in needs. Families may qualify based on income qualifications set by the Department of Agriculture and the Nebraska Department of Education's Nutrition Department. For more information and to apply for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program, select here