SIS 360 App

Student information is now accessible from a new app!  Access grades, attendance, lunch balances, and much more easily through the SIS 360 App.  This app is for staff, parents, and students alike. Just download the app to your mobile device and sign in with your existing Portal username and password!  The first time accessing the app, you will need to select our school district.  You can do this by entering the first part of our name (e.g. West) or our zipcode. 

Your phone will likely automatically suggest the app when you visit our SIS login page with a bar across the top. Click there to be redirected to the app download, or click below on your device to get the app.  The app is totally FREE.

 Android Users: Click the Google play icon to get the SIS App. 

iPhone and iPad Users: Click the App Store icon to get the SIS App.


This is a pretty intuitive and easy to use app, but if you prefer a step-by-step guide we have that available here!

Just make sure that when you go to log in, you have selected the correct user type -- Staff, Parent, or Student.

Missouri State Highway Patrol Partnering with Area Schools

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Dear Parents,

We want to take this opportunity to inform you of a new initiative that was presented to us by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.  They are partnering with all area schools, including West Nodaway, and other schools across the state. The goal of the program is to unite school administrators, staff, and students with local law enforcement. This partnership will increase the visibility of law enforcement in Missouri schools.

Highway Patrol officers will periodically be seen here at West Nodaway walking the halls, eating lunch with our students, and have even offered to present programs about general safety and state laws as time permits during school hours.  Through this program, the officers will build and foster positive relationships with students and become familiar with our school buildings.

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