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  • May 21, 2021

    Families of Lion Nation,

    At last night’s Northwest R-I School District Board of Education meeting, the Board of Education made the decision to make masks optional for students and staff, regardless of vaccination status, for May 24-25, the final two days of the 2020-21 school year. The decision will carry over for the 2021 Summer School session. Summer school is scheduled for June 1-30. 

    Although masks are optional, the continued use of masks is recommended. The Northwest School District will continue to follow previous mitigation strategies, including social distancing when possible and sanitization of classrooms and heavily used spaces. 

    Quarantine guidelines will remain in place; if a student is exposed to a positive case, we will follow regulations set forth by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Jefferson County Health Department. 

    With this decision, you may decide what is best for your family. We will continue to monitor cases of COVID-19 within the district and re-evaluate our health and safety plans if necessary.

    Thank you Lion Nation,

    Desi Kirchhofer, Ed. D
    Superintendent, Northwest School District 

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  • New Kindergarten Students, Welcome to Murphy Elementary!

    We have created a video for new kindergarten families to get to know Murphy Elementary. If you have questions, please call the school office at 636.343.5466.

    Welcome to Murphy Elementary!

    To register your child, please pick up an enrollment packet at your child's school, complete the information, and make an appointment with the school to complete enrollment. 

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  • Murphy Re-Entry Plan for 2020-21

    Please see the 2020-21 Re-Entry plan for Murphy Elementary.


     

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  • Northwest School Re-Entry Plan for 2020-21

    Please see the following document for the Northwest R-I Re-Entry Plan for 2020-21

    https://www.northwestschools.net/backtoschoolplan

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Murphy News

  • Murphy Elementary School Ranked #1 in the State of Missouri for Reading Minutes

    Murphy Elementary School in the Northwest R-I School District has been named the winner for the state of Missouri in the Scholastic “Read-A-Palooza Summer Reading Challenge.” Sixty-nine students at the school who participated in the challenge read for 98,684 minutes, more than any other participating school in the state. Twenty-seven of the students read 1,800 minutes or more.

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