Northwest News
Attention Senior Parents
Cap and Gown Pictures are Monday, November 3. All seniors will report to the auditorium at their scheduled time. Times are based on the student’s last name. See schedule below. If the student will be absent during their scheduled time, they can stop in during their lunch or between 7:30 and 8 a.m.
Students do not need to bring a cap and gown. We will supply them with a gown to wear and a cap to hold. They should avoid wearing bulky shirts, scarves and sweaters.
These pictures will appear in the commencement program.
If you would like to order pictures, be sure to prepay online or pay the photographer at the camera. Checks should be made payable to Lifetouch. Order forms were handed out during English classes, and extra forms are available in Pupil Services.
Contact Rebekah Morse at 973-6025 or email with questions.
2nd hour
Last names A, B
Last names C, D
Last names E, F, G
4th hour
9: 35
Last names H, I, J
Last names K, L
Last name M, N
10: 30
Last name O
6th hour
10:50 (during 1st lunch)
Last names P, R
Last names S, T, U
12:15  (during 2nd lunch)
Last names V, W, Z
Future Educators Visit Dodge Elementary
Northwest’s “Teaching as a Career” class visited Dodge Literacy Elementary Magnet on October 21.  The students read “Bunny Cakes” by Rosemary Wells to groups of students in Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade classes as part of Jumpstart’s “Read for the Record” campaign.  “Teaching as a Career” is a Career and Technology Education elective credit course for students who are curious about a career in education.  Students also have the option of enrolling with Friends University for reduced tuition college credit.

National Merit Semi-Finalist
Congratulations to Hannah Day for being honored as a National Merit Semi-Finalist.  ​Students become National Merit semi-finalists by taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) during their junior year and scoring in the top one-half of 1 percent in the state. Students become National Merit finalists through an application process and completing the SAT.

WPS Mobile App
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The WPS Mobile App is free, and available for both Apple and Android devices. Just search for Wichita Public Schools in the App Store or Google Play, or click on the convenient links below to get directly to the app download.

Mission and School Info

Our Mission:
- To provide a safe, positive learning environment; where
- All students are challenged to achieve their personal best and
- Become responsible, productive citizens in a changing world.

Core Values:
Pride, Respect, and Excellence

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