Special Thanks to Missoula Voters
Missoula County voters have shown support for our public schools through the passage of local levies for many years. The passage of the operations levies continues that legacy of strong local support.
These levies will help MCPS support additional students as our community grows, they will help us maintain important programs that provide a range of support for students, and they will help pay for utilities, supplies, curriculum and instructional materials.
Thank you, Missoula County voters, for your continued support!
Hello MOA Families!
Here is some important information for navigating online learning.
As always, if you have any questions, please contact Ms. Jeffs (406-329-8989) or Ms. Nuttall (email@example.com).
Important Phone Numbers:
MOA Office: (406) 329-8989
Attendance Email: MOAattendance@mcpsmt.org
We will be completing our annual forms online this school year via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal found on the MCPS website (www.mcpsmt.org). If you have already completed these forms with your neighborhood school, then no further action is needed. Directions to complete them online can be found in the link below:
If you need your Infinite Campus Parent Portal login credentials, please contact Melanie Jeffs (406) 329-8989
Infinite Campus (IC) for Students:
Students may access the student IC portal by going to this website and clicking the “Campus Student” button. Please use your District student email and password to log in. Please email Ms. Jeffs (firstname.lastname@example.org) if your student does not know their email or password.
K-8 Recess and Small Group Instruction
If your student is in grades K-8 we would like to get some information from you to determine interest in live recess and live small group sessions. Please take a minute to fill out this feedback form. We will use this information to plan for opportunities for students.
HS Internship Opportunity
The Healthy Relationships Project at the Missoula City-County Health Department is looking for high school student interns to participate in an Action Research project during the ‘21-22 school year. If you are 14 and in grades 9-12 and interested learn more here Internship Opportunity
Chromebook and Materials Pickup:
If you have not picked up your materials for your student please come by the MOA Office (915 South Ave W). Supplies are available for pick up from 8:30am-3:30pm M-F.
Family Resource Center:
The MOA Family Resource Center is here to support families throughout the school year. The FRC can help with items such as clothes, food, school supplies, weekend food bags, and toiletries. The FRC can also provide information and referral to programs, activities and services in the community. Please fill out this form to make a request.