PTO Council Meetings2018-2019 Meetings
7:30 - 9:00 pm, Room 210, Education Center
100 Walnut Street
October 15, 2019
December 10, 2019
February 4, 2020
March 24, 2020
May 12, 2020
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Notes by Grade Level
Nothing from November 11, 2019 to November 18, 2019.
Author Archives: bruce-h
- Think Big! STEM Networking Event, Oct. 26, Grades 6-12
- Flutist Patsy Sampson seeks to add a few students
- Kevin Breel featured at Newton’s Third Youth Summit, Feb. 15
- NewtonSTEM: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math
Middle- and high-school students are invited to Think Big! at the the Newton Free Library on Saturday, October 26, 2PM-4PM, to meet local STEM professionals and talk informally (over ice cream from Cabots!) about challenges, satisfactions, and career paths in the … Continue reading
Flutist Patricia (Patsy) Sampson is seeking a few students – preferably middle or high school — who are ready for the next level, including ensemble playing. She has taught long-term in Newton (12+ years), performed with the Newton Symphony and … Continue reading
Comedian Kevin Breel — a 20-year-old activist working in the area of depression and mental health — will speak at Newton’s third annual Mayor’s Youth Summit, Wednesday, February 5 from 6PM to 9PM at Brown Middle School, 125 Meadowbrook Rd. … Continue reading
NewtonSTEM is a free, volunteer-run clearinghouse of information about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in Newton. The website highlights opportunities, events, resources, and achievements — for students of all ages in school, after school, on vacation breaks, and in summer. … Continue reading