Parent volunteers are needed to assist with Newton’s beloved Halloween Window Painting Contest. Volunteers will collect vendor/store release forms for a few hours during September and October, and also tape up banners on October 25th & 26th on store windows so students know where to paint.
This is a very easy, fun and flexible way to get in your steps and make Halloween spook-tacular for all Newton kids! Email Lori Lass at email@example.com or call 617-332-9694 if you can help.
Come to the first meeting of Students for a Greener World (SGW) for the 2018-19 school year with other Middle and High School kids interested in the environment.
The polar bear mascots will also be there with cookies & fruit to inspire creativity for the upcoming year. Visit sgw.greennewton.org for more info or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 17th, 5:30 – 6:30 pm,
Newton Library, Meeting Room A, 330 Homer Street
On September 23rd, the Centre Street Food Pantry will participate in The Ride for Food. It is their biggest community fundraiser, and the money raised allows them to provide hundreds of families in Newton and surrounding communities with food and other basic necessities.
Please consider donating to the CSFP team to support the riders and help them reach their goal of $25,000.
Here’s the link https://ride.threesquaresne.org/team/166463 m or donate at www.centrestfoodpantry.org
Are you overwhelmed by the college process? Join in as college professionals explain key components, share their best tips and offer a Q&A session to help you navigate junior & senior year successfully!
Free and open to the public
- EA vs. ED, Common App, Naviance
- ACT vs. SAT, test prep options, essay-writing
- College list creation and campus visit
- Financial Aid opportunities – merit vs. need
- Junior/Senior year timeline
College Trips and Tips – One-stop college travel guide and trip planner
Edmit – Helping families navigate the Financial Aid process
Summit Educational – Free SAT/ACT practice tests and tutoring services
Moderator: Terry Greene Clark, author of Demystifying College Admissions, A Parent to Parent Guide
September 25th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm at Wellesley Free Library or
October 9th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm at Westwood Public Library
Do you have three mornings a month free during the school year? Are you looking for a meaningful and fun way to make a difference in children’s lives? If so, then join the dynamic team of trained CAP volunteers who are committed to using guided discussions and role plays to teach elementary age children in the Newton Schools that they have the right to be Safe, Strong and Free with their friends and peers, when they meet adult strangers, and with those who are trusted to take care of them.
Now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. The next training begins on October 28th . For more information or an application, please visit
contact Gail Sommer 617-969-5906, ext. 143 or email@example.com.