The entire Dance & Cheer club made their way to North High School this past Friday to show off their skills at North’s basketball game. Club members “shook it off” and wowed the crowd with their talent. Students will perform for their own school this coming Friday during February’s PBIS celebration!
The first day of Kindergarten 2015-2016 will be here before you know it! It’s an exciting time for staff and students, but it all starts with registration. Sign-up begins on March 11. Register soon to guarantee a spot in your neighborhood school. To find out where to register and what to bring, click on the image.
Congratulations to Jackson Nyugen (1st), Kentray Foster (2nd), Natalee Steward (2nd), Matthew Hohl (3rd), Taylor Weese (3rd), Diego Correa (4th), Sarai Dominguez (5th) and Piercin Blocker (5th) for having their work chosen and on display at the the DMPS Annual Art Show at Capitol Square Mall downtown. The show runs from February 19th through February … Read more »
This past Friday (2/20), Synergy Jazz put on a great show for the entire student body. Students learned about rhythm and improvisation throughout the show and participated by acting out the instruments and using call and response! It was a wonderful way to kick off the weekend and we thank Synergy for visiting!
Catch Iowa Public Radio’s report on the success of Turnaround Arts at Findley Elementary School. Findley was one of the first schools in the nation to take part in the program which integrates the arts as a way to improve academics. Turnaround Arts has since expanded to four more schools on DMPS’s North Side. Click here to read or … Read more »
Fourth graders became Junior Lobbyists today at the State Capitol when they performed for Arts Advocacy Day. The arts have made a tremendous difference at Findley from academics, attendance and everything in between. We are so proud of our students and their accomplishments. At Findley, we know it’s true…THE ARTS MATTER!