Findley Elementary students and parents spent their Tuesday evening learning about how and where to find money for college. The event, cosponsored by the I Have a Dream Foundation and Iowa Student Loan, also helped families focus on why it’s important to start saving for college now. Click on the headline to read more about how Findley students are already ahead of the curve.
4th and 5th graders celebrated PBIS the morning of Friday, September 2nd by giving back. Students helped package hundreds meals for Meals from the Heartland, an annual meal drive that Findley has attended for years.
If you have summer food, health or clothing needs, Des Moines Public Schools and Polk County have resources for you. From immunizations to free meals, clothing to utility payments, you’ll find a list of places where help can be found. For a list of DMPS no-cost summer meal locations and times, and to learn more about other available resources, click on the headline.
Findley Elementary students are already planning for college thanks to the Dreamers Academy, and this year even helped lobby for legislation to make saving for college easier. So it was very appropriate that Governor Terry Branstad dropped by school to sign the bill into law. Click on the headline to read and see more about the event.
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