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  • Summer Journey Enrollment Now Open

    Summer Journey Enrollment for Summer Journey is now open. Summer Journey will be held June 1-30, 2021.

    Grades K-5 will attend class from 8:35 a.m. - 3:33 p.m.

    Grades 6-12 will attend class from 7:23 a.m. - 2:23 a.m.

    Please print and complete the enrollment form and return it to your child's school. A list of courses for grades K-8 are listed on the form. Please contact Northwest High School for a complete list of summer courses. 

    Want to know more about Summer Journey? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions about the program, as well as a video.

    Summer School Transportation

    Students that are enrolled in Summer School and need transportation will need to register at https://studentregistration.nellc.com/northwestr1schooldistrict.
    Late registration may result in a delay to your student being assigned a route.
    Late registration will need to call the Durham Bus Garage at 636-552-9235.
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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


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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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