Want to help your Newton neighbors put food on their table?
Join the Newton Food Pantry Ride for Food team! Bike, swim, walk, run or hike for hunger. This event is virtual between May 9th and October 4th. Teens ages 14-18 years old may join with an adult.
Please contact team captain Ron Joseph at email@example.com if you are interested in joining the team. For more information please visit https://ride.threesquaresne.org/team/290205
Explore a Gap Year. Are you wondering about the benefits of a Gap Year, and realistic options amidst COVID? Join Katherine Stievater, Founder of Gap Year Solutions for a presentation and Q&A about the many available domestic programs, local activities, and new options offering social connection and mentoring to students. For teens and their adults. June 23rd, 7:00 pm
Online ACT Practice Exam. Taking full-length practice tests under timed conditions is essential to being ready for the official test. A proctored practice exam will help your build testing endurance and give you a real-time snapshot of their testing performance. Please complete registration on Revolution Prep’s website. June 27th, 9:00 am
Check, Please Author Ngozi Ukazu. Celebrated author/illustrator Ngozi Ukazu takes us behind the scenes of her bestselling webcomic/graphic novel series Check, Please! Join on Zoom as Ngozi gives teens a look into her drawing and writing process. A question and answer session will follow! Grades 7 and up. This event is co-sponsored by OUTMetrowest. June 30th, 4:00 pm
Online SAT Practice Exam. Taking full-length practice tests under timed conditions is essential to being ready for the official test. A proctored practice exam will help your build testing endurance and give you a real-time snapshot of their testing performance. Please complete registration on Revolution Prep’s website. July 11th, 9:00 am
Pop Up Art Presents: Coffee with Chewbacca Draw Chewbacca step-by-step, with the instructor, then paint your portrait of everyone’s favorite galactic furry with brewed coffee or paint. Bonus: Pixel Puzzle PDF of “Wash Your Hans” to color at home! Grades 6-12. July 14th, 7:00 pm
The LigerBots, Newton’s award-winning FIRST high school robotics team, is starting a virtual summer camp for elementary students! Classes will include dance, computer programming, art, creative writing, and so much more!
The camp will be running on Zoom from 9:00-12:30 every weekday for two-week sessions starting on July 6th. The camp is completely free and materials will be provided. If interested, please visit https://tinyurl.com/AMPSCParent. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
NewtonHACKS is hosting an online hackathon on August 29th for middle and high school students who are beginner programmers. Hackathons are all-day programming events where participants get to collaborate, code, and create awesome projects!
This one is directed towards beginners!! Check out the website to register http://newtonhacks.com/ .
They also plan to host a series of webinars before the event to help brand new coders gain some experience! If you are interested, register asap because spots are limited! If you have any questions or concerns feel free to email email@example.com.
Kim Gallaugher, SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) Liaison for Brown Middle School, is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting! She and three other parents whose children are receiving special education services at Brown Middle School will informally share information and personal experiences with incoming parents.
If your child has an IEP, 504 plan or other accommodations or if you are considering special education services for your child next year, bring your questions and drop in anytime!
Email Kim Gallaugher at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the Zoom link information. If you cannot attend the zoom just let her know as it will be recorded.
Brown Parents Special Education Meeting
June 15th, 07:00 pm via Zoom