Share your talents with Newton North! PTSO seeks volunteers for board and committee positions

The NNHS PTSO welcomes new and returning NNHS families who want to get involved. Please review the PTSO's current volunteer openings below. Contact the PTSO at to learn more and to volunteer!

Vice president, Fundraising: Oversee PTSO fundraising efforts and attend board meetings. (Sept.-June, two hours/week).

Vice president, Programming: Determine content of PTSO programs; arrange logistics. (Sept.-June, one hour/two weeks).

Merci bien! On a fait la fete (Celebration) d'une maniere magnifique!

The Newton North community owes Patty McCabe a debt of gratitude for hosting a wonderful post-prom party for seniors—for her third consecutive year! Celebration was breathtaking and fun as a result of Patty’s months of hard work building a team; wrangling area decorators, team leaders, and other volunteers; working with NNHS; and overseeing everything as Monday rolled into Tuesday. Patty remained unflappable even when times got tough.

Welcome to incoming 9th grade families!

June 2018

Welcome to Newton North High School!

All Newton North parents/guardians are PTSO members. We invite you to join the North PTSO community at our many educational, cultural, and fundraising events.

  • Socialize at Northside Dining Adventure and at principal coffees and PTSO coffees next fall.

  • Volunteer for committees or events.

  • Learn something new at PTSO programs throughout the year.

Ed Ex campaign brings in $13,500 to help NNHS students become engaged citizens

Thanks to supportive NNHS parents/guardians, $13,500 was donated for the Center for Civic Engagement and Service (CCES) during this year's Educational Excellence campaign. The CCES steering committee is making decisions about how the donations will be used. Possibilities include programs to involve more teens and a more complete database.

Enormous thanks are due to the following people and groups:

Retiring music teacher Greg Livingston honored on June 13

Mr. Greg Livingston, who taught thousands of music students at seven public schools in Newton over a 40-year career, conducted his last school concert and was honored at a reception on June 13. Mr. Livingston taught at Brown Middle School from 1977-1988 and at Cabot and other elementary schools from 1988-1998. He has taught at Bigelow since 1993 (full time since 1998). Mr. Livingston has also directed the All City Orchestra since 1998. Mr.


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