Fifth graders caught some extra fairy dust after Peter Pan Thursday, November 5th and “flew” on over to Grand View University for a college visit. They tapped into their sociology skills, met with Grand View students, worked with kinesiology professor Dr. Z, took some tours and spoke about what it meant to be a scholar. … Read more »
Every student in the school had the pleasure of working with resident artist, Amanda Morrow, during their normal art classes. Amanda Morrow is a local artist and designer that helped kids create two large-scale string art pieces. The first one, which reads “I Have a Dream” will be auctioned off at their annual fundraiser that … Read more »
Our entire student body enjoyed an incredible performance by North High School Theatre (www.northpresents.com) of Peter Pan. The theatrics, the music, the mechanics and the talent were out of this world! We are so proud of our very own Findley students who were in the production and all of the talent from throughout the Northside! … Read more »
Flying, fairy dust and college visits? You’d think that’d would be enough to exhaust someone but not Findley students! Fourth graders enjoyed a special visit from Mr Ben on Wednesday who worked with students on dance skills in preparation for when they see Pilobolous at the Civic Cenyer on November 10th. Students had a blast … Read more »
As part of our annual tradition, students and staff are celebrating Red Ribbon Week (Oct 26-30) at Findley Elementary School. Students will be engaging in activities that promote a drug free and healthy lifestyle. We ask for families to participate and discuss healthy choices with their children as it relates to helping them to achieve … Read more »
Students who attend a Title I school in Des Moines like Findley may be eligible for tutoring services at no cost to their family. In order to be eligible, students must attend one of the 28 Title I schools in Des Moines and meet low income guidelines. To learn more and to register, click on the headline.