Help grow Center for Civic Engagement and Service: Principal Turner encourages donations to this year's Ed Ex campaign

Make a tax-deductible contribution here. 

Dear Newton North Parent/Guardian,

This year I have asked the PTSO to raise money for Newton North’s Center for Civic Engagement and Service through Educational Excellence, the PTSO’s annual check-writing campaign. You should have received a postal mailing recently about the Center. Please take a moment to review it here.

The Center is a volunteer effort, not funded by Newton Public Schools. Its purpose is to help our students become active in our community, participate in service work, engage in civil debate, and learn that each student has an important voice.

Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution through the PTSO. You can donate using the pledge card included in the mailing. Or you can donate right now by clicking here.

Thank you for your support.

Best regards,

Henry Turner, Principal

From the school nurse: Learn about e-cigarettes

They’re disguised to look like a permanent marker or a flash drive. They come in flavors like mango, vanilla cupcake, strawberry margarita and pina colada. They’re electronic cigarettes – also known as e-cigarettes, vape pens, e-hookah, e-juice, e-smoke and more. Using them is vaping, “juuling,” or e-smoking.

We know some students are using e-cigarettes, and we want students and families to have the information they need to talk about preventing and stopping this unhealthy behavior. A 2016 report from the U.S. Surgeon General says:

Your donations are hard at work enriching students' experiences through Grants and Projects

Under the skilled leadership of co-chairs Joel Bloom and Jane Stackpole, Grants and Projects funds have been allocated. Your PTSO dues are being used this year to fund many things--small and large--that will enhance students' educational experiences at Newton North. Here are a few examples of what funds will be used for.

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