PTO Council Meetings2018-2019 Meetings
7:30 - 9:00 pm, Room 210, Education Center
100 Walnut Street
May 14, 2019
June 11, 2019 off-site (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for location)
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Notes by Grade Level
Nothing from April 18, 2019 to April 25, 2019.
Tag Archives: mid
- Clothing swap to repurpose and redistribute
- FORJ Newton Event
- The Carroll Center for the Blind Walk for Independence
- Opening of the New Newton Highlands Playground
- Who is buried in Metfern Cemetery? Offering Details and Dignity
A group of Newton South seniors are working on a project for their sustainability class. Their mission is to find a way to repurpose and redistribute clothing to the Newton Community. There will be a drop off bin for your … Continue reading
Please join FORJ and Co-Sponsor, the Harmony Foundation, for their most high profile event of the year! The featured guests are Debby Irving, racial justice educator and celebrated author of Waking Up White and Shay Stewart-Bouley, Executive Director, Community Change, … Continue reading
Join The Carroll Center for the Blind Walk for Independence. Get out and walk for a great cause. All are welcome to enjoy a cookout, great music, accessible games, giveaways, and much more. The school with the largest team wins … Continue reading
The City of Newton’s Planning & Development Department is partnering up with Parks & Recreation for the official opening of the Newton Highlands Playground. This playground underwent significant improvements, and to celebrate, there will be a family-friendly community event with … Continue reading
The Metro Citizen’s Advisory Council of the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services invites the public to attend a presentation by students from the Gann Academy in Waltham. The Gann Academy 11th grade US History students have dedicated their year to … Continue reading