Platinum Partner Spotlight: Odysseyware

A recent addition to TOSS's Platinum Partner Program is Odysseyware, and we're so excited to be working with them! 

Odysseyware is committed to providing educators the most flexible, customizable, effective curriculum and instructional tools in K-12 education.  They focus on the whole learner including blended learning, social-emotional learning, competency learning, academy services, college and career readiness, and credit recovery.

Right now, they're working with several districts, including Anderson County, Campbell County, Cannon County, Cheatham County, Chester County, Shelby County, DeKalb County, Greene County, Grundy County, Humphreys County, Jefferson County, Johnson City, Kingsport City, Lauderdale County, Fayette County, Haywood County, Loudon County, Marion County, Polk County, Roane County, Smith County, Tipton County, Warren County, and White County. 

"White County is in its 3rd year of contracted software services with this company and have been very pleased with the functionality of the program, quality of courseware, delivery of training services, and technical assistance we have received from the Odysseyware team. Currently White County uses the Odysseyware program to support middle and high school students. This program is pivotal in our alternative education setting, credit recovery, and RTI program. This coming year, we have expanded our arsenal to include Class Pace, a new individualized portion of the Odysseyware platform. We expect that Class Pace will meet many of our needs in terms of differentiation in our K-8 classrooms. Training and site visits are well coordinated and tailored to fit the needs of our teachers. In addition, we know that our assigned Odysseyware consultant is always a phone call away when we have questions or concerns about curriculum and support for our teachers. White County Schools recommends Odysseyware as an online service provider. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or concerns." - Kurt Dronebarger (White County Schools) 

If you would like to learn more, reach out to their representative Dr. Rosemary Williams (