News
August 3rd, 2018

The way students access DART buses is changing beginning in school year 2018-19. When students receive their school IDs this Fall, the badge will have a QR code embedded on it. The QR code will serve as the student’s “ticket” to ride DART. Students will be required to scan the QR code when boarding DART buses. Click on the headline to read more about the change, and the district’s partnership with DART.


April 27th, 2018

Congratulations to our Brody Middle School Teacher – Davena Johnson!


April 24th, 2018

8th Grader Tyler Sheldahl is Heading to the DRAKE RELAYS!


April 24th, 2018

8th Grade Boys Heading to DRAKE RELAYS!   Josh Jenkins, Myles Ludgood, Aidan Jahangir, Tyler Sheldahl  


April 6th, 2018

There is a national competition “AT&T Digital Storytelling Challenge” that had more than 870 proposals submitted by teachers. Those were vetted and reduced to 30 finalists. From those finalists, there is a public voting stage to determine the ten entries that will win full funding. Ms. Kirkman’s project at Brody is requesting microphones, headsets and … Read more »


February 9th, 2018

Beginning in August, all schools at DMPS will have new hours. The new hours at our school will be 8:30 AM to 3:25 PM. The change is being made to better serve the educational needs of students, based on research into the sleep patterns of children and teenagers. Click the headline for more information.


November 28th, 2017

Cohen Chumbley and Avery Blake joined Mrs. Kinman’s FLL team. The team won the Robot Design award for the region. This involves the designing, building, programming, and 5-Minute presentation of the team robot.  He was named Larry. 🙂


November 28th, 2017


November 28th, 2017

Congratulations to Mrs. Edwards who won Staff of the Week!   Thank You to Subway!


November 1st, 2017

Congratulations and good work to our students at Brody Middle School. October 23-31, they collected more than 1,000 items for the Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC). A special shout out to Mr. Fritz’s 6th grade homeroom for earning the top collector spot with 200 donated items! Des Moines area food pantries feed thousands of families each year. One in five Polk County kids is food insecure.