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  • Summer School Bus Routes Now Available

    Summer School bus routes are available as PDF files for the following schools holding Summer School classes:

    Brennan Woods Elementary

    Cedar Springs Elementary

    House Springs Elementary

    Maple Grove Elementary

    Murphy Elementary

    Northwest High School, including Valley and Woodridge Students

    If you have any questions, please call the Bus Garage at 636-552-9235.  

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  • Current Student Online Annual Update and Registration for 2023-24 is Live

    The current student online annual update and registration is now live on our website. 

    1. Click https://northwestmo.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/parents/northwest.jsp and log in to your parent portal account.

    2. On the left side, click "More."

    3. Select "Online Registration" from the choices presented. 

    4. Select "Start" from the "23-24 Annual Update for Current Students Current Student Registration" choice. 

    5. Answer the questions and provide any required documentation. For existing students, you will only have to provide proof of residency if you have moved in the last year. 

    There may be a delay with your student's transportation if the online annual update is not completed by June 16.

    If you have any questions about your parent portal login or other registration questions, please contact the office of your child's current school. 


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  • School Supply Lists for the 2022-23 School Year!

    Here are the 2022-2023 school year school supply lists. Please click the link to find your child's grade level supply list. We can't wait to see you in August!

    School Supply Lists

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Murphy News

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

    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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