This Week: Oct. 10 film screening and expert panel to examine skills for resilience

On Thurs., Oct. 10, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., the North PTSO and the South PTSO together invite you and your student to a screening of the new documentary, Screenagers NEXT CHAPTER: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience. This film is the sequel to the award-winning Screenagers. A panel discussion session follows the film.

Download the New Directory App: Membership Toolkit

The former app for accessing the North directory, MySchoolAnywhere, is history. Send it to the digital trash can. The PTSO has made the transition to a new directory platform and mobile app, Membership Toolkit. Download it from your favorite app store. Log in using the email address and password that you set up on the Membership Toolkit website, when you validated your student and family contact information. The online directory can also be found by logging in to Membership Toolkit.

Discounted Charlie Cards are available for students

Student Charlie Cards (S-Cards) can be obtained for free from your student’s House Office. A student card is valid for one year, from Sept. 1 to Aug. 31. It offers student discounts on the MBTA bus, subway, ferries, and commuter rail, including a $30 monthly T pass (regular cost is $90). A monthly pass or up to $10 can be placed on the S-card. Funds can be deposited onto the card on board a bus, at a fare vending machine or at a subway station. 

You can still pick up your printed 2019-20 PTSO directory (and pay your dues)

The printed versions of this year's North directories, brought to you by the PTSO, are hot off the presses. If you missed your chance to pick yours up at Back to School Night, you're not out of luck yet. Contact to arrange a pick-up or drop-off. The PTSO will also have a few directories on hand at PTSO events through Oct. 10. 

Thank you to the many parents and guardians who paid their PTSO dues and collected their directories at Back to School Night (and to the volunteers who staffed the tables).

Faculty and staff whet summer reading appetites at book breakfast on May 30

The Library Learning Commons hosted a Book Breakfast for teachers and staff on May 30 to encourage summer reading. Library teachers Erin Dalbec, Lauren Italiano, and Kate Kennedy set up book displays and discussed worthwhile summer reading choices. Breakfast items were paid for by the PTSO. About 40 teachers and staff attended, borrowing 80 books for the summer. Students may also check out up to 10 books for the summer. 


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