PTO Council Meetings2018-2019 Meetings
7:30 - 9:00 pm, Room 210, Education Center
100 Walnut Street
February 5, 2019
March 26, 2019
May 14, 2019
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Notes by Grade Level
Nothing from February 18, 2019 to February 25, 2019.
Tag Archives: elem mid high
- Congratulations Alexandra Etscovitz – Elementary Art Teacher of the Year
- School Committee Update
- FORJ Meeting (Families Organizing for Racial Justice)
- Newton CPA Program: Upcoming Funding Deadline and February 12th Meeting
- Executive Function Skills in Children and Adolescents
Congratulations to Alexandra Etscovitz, just named the Elementary Art Teacher of the Year. Alexandra Etscovitz has been teaching at Memorial-Spaulding Elementary School for 15 years, the same school she once attended as a child….. Read more about her and this … Continue reading
Dear Friends, This update is for the 2/11/2019 Newton School Committee meeting: Superintendent Update Memorial-Spaulding teacher Alexandra Escovitz has been named Art Teacher of the Year Steven Rattendi has been hired as the permanent Director of Information Technology (IT) New Business Mary Eich, Assistant … Continue reading
Join in an interactive evening with Madeline McNeely, founder of Conditioning Leaders. She is a facilitator, trainer, coach and consultant who will share practices gleaned from her most popular trainings on good group leadership practices in order to help you … Continue reading
Newton’s next CPA funding deadline is sooner than you think! If your project is aiming for the fall 2019 funding round, contact Alice Ingerson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-796-1144 by March 29th to request an in-person orientation meeting. This meeting is … Continue reading
Teach children to manage their time, space and materials ….and keep their emotions in check! This presentation, sponsored by Newton SEPAC and Newton Public Schools, will cover powerful strategies to help your child develop independent executive function; teach students to … Continue reading