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. 

Enjoy Paddles and Picnics on Sunday, June 16, 1:00 p.m.

 

Join the Crystal Lake Conservancy and Newton Parks and Recreation for a Sunday afternoon of activities on Crystal Lake. Participants may sign up for half-hour slots between 1:00 and 4:30 p.m. to enjoy the pleasures of canoeing/kayaking/paddle boarding. A lifeguard will be on duty, and all participants will be required to wear life jackets and sign a waiver. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult while on the water.

PTSO seeks student and parent rep for Food Service Advisory Group starting June 2019

Newton PTOs are partnering with NPS administration and the School Committee to form a Food Service Advisory Group (FSAG). The purpose of this group is to create a two-way dialogue between families and NPS food service partner--Whitsons Culinary Group--so that food service in the Newton Public Schools meets expectations and can be continuously improved.

Your PTSO donations go straight to work at Newton North all year long--thank you for your support!

Many thanks to all of the families who paid their PTSO dues, donated to Educational Excellence, attended Northside Dining Adventure, and supported Celebration this year! With your help, Newton North did many important things, including purchasing cutting-edge science equipment for labs and classrooms. 

School Committee to hear year-end reports on June 10

The Newton School Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:00 pm on Mon., June 10, 2019, to hear an end-of-year report on the superintendent's goals as well as systemwide goals. The Committee will also get an update on the work on changing the high school start time and a report from the Special Education Parents Advisory Council. For more information about the School Committee, visit its website.

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