Summer Meal Program

Attention Murphy Community! Students who are not attending Summer School this year are still able to come and have breakfast and lunch! Come and enjoy a hot, fresh meal!

Breakfast will be served at Kuban & Hamilton @7:30-8:30 Monday – Thursday

Lunch will be served at Kuban & Hamilton @11:30-12:30 Monday –Thursday

Free to anyone in the community 18 or younger. 18 and older are still welcomed for a small fee!

Breakfast is 1.25

Lunch is 2.00

Thank you!

¡Atención a la comunidad murphy! ¡Los estudiantes que no asisten a la Escuela de Verano este año todavía pueden venir a desayunar y almorzar! ¡Ven y disfruta de una comida caliente y fresca!

El desayuno se servirá en Kuban & Hamilton a las 7: 30-8: 30 de lunes a jueves

El almuerzo se servirá en Kuban & Hamilton a las 11: 30-12: 30 de lunes a jueves.

Gratis para cualquier persona en la comunidad de 18 años o menos. ¡Los mayores de 18 años son bienvenidos por una pequeña tarifa!

El desayuno es 1.25

El almuerzo es 2.00



Attention Murphy Community!

We have been receiving concerned calls for parents regarding the status of our 3 schools closing the following school year (2019-2020).


Kuban Elementary School, Hamilton Elementary School and Sullivan Elementary School will be OPEN for the new school year (2019-2020) starting August 5, 2019 in the Murphy Elementary School District #21. Please feel free to share with other members of the community.

If you have any concerns or questions please contact the District office at (602) 353-5004.

Dr. Dennis E. Goodwin

Community Notification:

Murphy Elementary School District #21 will submit a new 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) application for the Cycle 15 Fiscal Year 2020 for  W.R. Sullivan and Arthur M. Hamilton Schools.  If approved the grant would be for a period of 5 years with a projected budget of $120,000 for Year 1, 2, & 3. The purpose of the grant is to (1) provide opportunities for academic enrichment, including providing tutorial services to help students, particularly students who attend low-performing schools, to meet the challenging State academic standards; (2) Offer youth development activities by providing enrichment opportunities (technology education, science, service learning, character education, etc. and to (3) offer families of students served by the program opportunities for active and meaningful engagement in their children's' education, including opportunities for literacy and related education development.