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Open Enrollment begins April 1, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. at 1100 Broad Ave. The administration offices Welcome Center will be open to accept intradistrict and interdistrict transfer papers.


Elementary Changes - School Start & End Times

Please visit your elementary school for information on NEW start and end times for the 2015-2016 school year.


Parents - Findlay City Schools Survey

Your thoughts and input regarding your child's education and your experiences with FCS are important to us. The results of this survey are used to help guide discussions and to evaluate our overall performance. Click Here to fill out the survey.


Be Part of The Tradition.....Choose Findlay City Schools

Open Enroll - Free Tuition - While Seats Are Available

A Tradition of Excellence...

Findlay City Schools is located in the heart of Hancock County and is an excellent public school system. Serving a growing cultural and economically diverse population the Findlay City Schools encompasses approximately 37 square miles. Presently, the district is...continue reading....


Free Lunch At Glenwood Middle School Cafeteria

Monday - Friday
June 1 - July 24, 2015
Lunches are FREE for Ages 1-18
Adult Prices $2.85

Click Here for More Information


2015-2016 Elementary School Realignment Information




Welcome to Findlay City Schools

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Online Payments

Community Events
For information on community events that you and your student can be involved in, please visit the Opportunities Tab on our website.  

School Locator

MapsClick the link to access maps showing the school boundaries in Findlay.



Upcoming Events

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Legal Notice-Donnell Stadium Parking Lot Project (bids due 7/10/15 at 10:00 AM) click here to read more


Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Recent legislation strengthened the Third Grade Reading Guarantee to give greater emphasis to reading instruction and intervention in the early grades. Through this initiative, school districts and community schools will diagnose reading deficiencies in students at grades kindergarten through three, create individualized reading improvement and monitoring plans and provide intensive reading interventions. The new law also includes additional requirements for school districts and community schools. (Source: Ohio Department of Education)


July 1, 2015