PTO Council Meetings2017-2018 Meetings
7:30 - 9:00 pm, Room 210, Education Center
100 Walnut Street
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News and Events in Newton
Nothing from August 18, 2017 to August 24, 2017.
Notes by Grade Level
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- Benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- Maestro Musicians Academy
- Grab Some BBQ at Whole Foods and Support Our Schools
- Still time for College Prep this summer!
- Historic Newton events of interest to children and families
On September 6th, Newton Cares will be climbing Wilson Mountain as part of the Climb to Conquer Suicide which benefits the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Please consider joining the team and climbing for this worthy cause! Registration fee of $25.00 … Continue reading
Based in Brookline, Lexington, and West Newton, the Maestro Musicians Academy serves ages 4-104 and specializes in teaching all instruments in both private and group instruction. They care deeply about the unique parent-teacher-student relationship that establishes the foundation for success in … Continue reading
Enjoy a BBQ lunch at Whole Foods Markets at Four Corners and Newtonville and support Newton Schools Foundation. For just $5 you’ll get a beef or veggie burger, chips, and a drink, and Whole Foods will donate 100 percent of your purchase to … Continue reading
There’s still plenty of time to work on college prep before the school year starts! Come take an SAT or ACT practice test at the Library. They’ll also be offering a College Essay Writing Workshop in August as well! SAT & … Continue reading
August 16th, 10:30 am STORYTIME AT THE MUSEUMS: AT HOME AT THE HOMESTEAD The Jackson Homestead has been occupied for over 200 years, and has seen many changes come to Newton. The Little House by Caldecott Award winner and Newton resident … Continue reading