As the school year comes to a close, don’t miss your chance to thank teachers and staff who made a difference to your child this year! Making a donation to Newton Schools Foundation’s Honor Thy Teacher program is a great way to do this.
Look for a flyer in your child’s backpack or if you have children in the upper grades, you will have already received a letter by mail. To donate online and to find out more about the programs NSF funds, go to www.newtonschoolsfoundation.org. Donations are tax-deductible and go toward enhancing educational excellence, including teachers’ professional development, initiatives to close the achievement gap, and new curricula and learning opportunities throughout Newton’s schools.
Teachers, as well as their principal and the Superintendent, will be notified of this honor, and if you donate by July 31st their names will appear in a special notification in the Newton TAB.
School is about to be out for summer, and what better way to spend it than at Newton Community Farm!. Don’t delay and register today! Limited spaces available
See the chickens, harvest produce and learn what it takes to grow food sustainably, all right here in Newton.
Programs for toddlers through middle school start in June and run until August 24th. Have a high schooler? Check out the high school intern programs!
Financial assistance available. See flyer here.
Students are immersed in:
- Playing together in Rock Bands/String Ensembles
- Trying New Instruments
- Composition/Song Writing
- Music Theory
- Music Games
For Ages 6 and up. All instruments and skill levels welcome! Students bring their own lunch and snacks. No nuts please!
The Conservatory at Highlands
51 Winchester Street, #203, Newton Highlands
A Typical Camp Day:
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Summer is a great time for rising seniors to begin work on their college essays. Jane Hirschhorn is a writing coach with more than 20 years of experience, and she guides students toward crafting compelling, authentic essays.
Her students have been accepted to a wide range of colleges and universities across the United States and Canada, including those that are the most selective.
For more information, please contact Jane at email@example.com. For a complete list of the schools where Jane’s students have been accepted and to learn more about Jane,
please visit her website jbhtutoring.com.
Sam Frank, Yale graduate and a resident of Newton, is available to tutor high school students in their homes for the SAT and ACT.
Please call or email either to arrange a preview session (free of charge for all prospective clients) or to ask questions about test prep, the college application process, SAT subject tests, differences between the SAT and ACT, etc.
Sam’s tutoring rate is $150.00 per hour. Until September 1st, pay the reduced rate of $100.00 per hour for Newton residents. For families in need, he’s happy to discuss your circumstances for possible additional discounts.
Contact Sam at 413- 717-7466 or firstname.lastname@example.org