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Community Discussion on Newton as a Welcoming City For All – April 7th

Help us ensure that Newton is open to people of all races/ethnicities, religions, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, and disabilities.

On Thursday evening, April 7th, Mayor Warren will host the first annual community discussion focused on ensuring that Newton is a welcoming community to people of all backgrounds. The forum will include leaders from our community and beyond. This will be an opportunity for residents of all ages to ask questions, and join us in making Newton the most inclusive community it can be.

The discussion will be held in the War Memorial of Newton City Hall, located at 1000 Commonwealth Avenue, on Thursday, April 7th at 6:30 pm.

NPS 2017 Budget News

On March 23rd, the Superintendent presented his proposed budget for the next fiscal year to the School Committee. The School Committee will hold a number of meetings to discuss the budget, as well as host a public forum to get input from the community. All budget meetings will take place at the Ed. Center, 100 Walnut Street in Room 210.

March 28, 5:30 pm – Regular School Committee Meeting, presentation/discussion on all aspects of the budget
March 31, 8:00 am – Special School Committee Meeting, further budget discussion, straw vote
APRIL 11, 6:30 pm • Public Hearing FY17 Budget (only comments related to FY17 Budget will be heard)
7:00 PM – 11:00 pm • Regular School Committee Meeting (Budget and Non-Budget comments will be heard

TBA – Final budget vote

To see the proposed FY2017 budget, please click here Proposed Budget. You can also click here: https://vimeo.com/160098585 to see the superintendent’s presentation from the March 23rd School Committee meeting.

2016-17 NPS Budget proposal

David Fleishman will present the FY17 NPS budget to the School Committee on March 23rd at 8:00 am in the Ed Center, 100 Walnut Street.

The public is welcome.

Newton as a Welcoming City For All

Save the Date: Mayor’s 1st Annual Community Discussion on Newton as a Welcoming City For All

Help us ensure that Newton is open to people of all races/ethnicities, religions, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, and disabilities.

On Thursday evening, April 7th, Mayor Warren will host the first annual community discussion focused on ensuring that Newton is a welcoming community to people of all backgrounds. The forum will include leaders from our community and beyond. This will be an opportunity for residents of all ages to ask questions, and join us in making Newton the most inclusive community it can be.

The discussion will be held in the War Memorial of Newton City Hall, located at 1000 Commonwealth Avenue, on Thursday, April 7th at 6:30 pm.

High School Start Time updates

New items have been posted on the High School Start Time web page including information about the faculty/staff survey and about the timeline.

Please review the presentation made March 14th at School Committee, or check out the full broadcast on NewTV. Also, the F.A.Q has been updated.

Please visit the web page for more information http://www.newton.k12.ma.us/laterstarttime