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NPS food partner, Sodexo, has launched a new App to show menu and nutritional information in Newton cafeterias. You can view the menu for the day and review all nutritional information. You can also check for allergens and review it with your child so they know what is safe for them to eat.
The App is available in the App store or Google Play. Just search “So Happy Sodexo.” It’s a great resource for you and your student.
Mayor Fuller is inviting all community members to attend a meeting to see the first draft of the Vision Plan and zoning recommendations for the Hello Washington Street project.
For more information and FAQs visit www.newtonma.gov/washingtonstreetvision. Follow the project on Facebook!
Plan Open House
October 24th, 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Newton North High School, 457 Walnut Street
What’s happening on October 24th?
- People will have an opportunity to view the first drafts of the vision plan and zoning recommendations for Hello Washington Street! These are ideas for the future of Washington Street from West Newton, to Newtonville, and up to Newton Corner.
- Images, drawings, and text will show options for what these areas on Washington Street could look like 5 years in the future. Other images and drawings will show options for these areas 20+ years in the future.
- Starting at 6:00 pm, enjoy food and refreshments and
Come and dance, eat, socialize, have fun and at the same time help Rotary in it’s effort to declare the world Polio Free. More information here: Purple Pinkie Day
Now that the fall is underway, a lot of students are trying instruments for the first time! It can be a tricky process but the amazing faculty at The Conservatory at Highlands is here to help!
Want to turn those squeeks and squacks into the sweet sounds of Hot Cross Buns or Star Wars? These teachers are experienced, patient, kind and supportive and can help musicians of any age reach their goals.
Try a learning an instrument along with your child in our parent/student lessons. It is an amazing and educational activity for the family.
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The Conservatory offers music lessons on many instruments, including: piano, voice, violin, viola, cello, guitar, drums, bass, saxophone, flute, clarinet, trombone, baritone, oboe, ukulele, and even harmonica! Sign up for rock bands, which meet weekly; or record in their state-of-the-art recording studio with audio production lessons and more! Continue reading