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Tis the Season

With the weather turning and Winter Break just a few days away the PTO would like to update you on a few activities coming your way.


– 12/16: Sing-A-Long, PJ Day & Winter Parties – Volunteers Needed/Parents welcome. No siblings. 

– 1/5: Vision Screening. Volunteers Needed. 

– 1/6: Crazy Sock Day! Please help us by donating a NEW pair of socks or underwear for children in need.  Donations will be made to the Beaverton Clothes Closet. 

– 1/13: PTO Parent Social Reschedule. 8:30 am – 9:30 am in the staff room. 


For more information and to sign up for volunteer shifts go to: www.myvolunteerpage.com scroll to the name of the specific activity. Please note that classrooms are always listed first in mVP. These are to be used for classroom volunteer sign in at school. Please contact your Classroom Coordinator directly for more information on specific classroom volunteer needs.

Check out www.findleypto.com for more information on all our activities and events.

Have a question? ptofindley@gmail.com

mVP Tip: Sign up for calendar updates. Your volunteer shifts will be sent to your preferred calendar. 

By |December 14th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Get your Findley Socks

Show Your School Spirit with FINDLEY SOCKS!  Orders are being taken now!  Socks are $15 pair–samples available for viewing in the office.  Be on the lookout for your order form (or pick one up in the office) and drop it by the office with cash or check (made out to Findley PTO).  Orders will be filled weekly!  Questions?  Contact the Findley Gear Coordinator: findleygear@gmail.com.

You can download the order form at : Findley Sock Order

By |November 7th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Fall Festival 2016

Findley Fall Festival is today :  (5:00pm-8:00pm) FFF is a fun-filled evening for the entire family.  Come experience a spooky house, DJ & dancing and other fun activities and crafts.  Costumes are welcomed for both adults and children (leave scary masks, gory costumes, blood, swords, guns and other look-alike weapons at home. If you forget and bring something not appropriate, you can pick it up on your way out the door!)



By |October 21st, 2016|Uncategorized|