Support the class of 2020 by dining on delicious Thai-inspired food! Visit Four Spoons in Newton Center on Thursday, February 22, between 11:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., and the sophomore class will receive a portion of the funds from each bill. Check out their menu here.
Tickets for "Cinderella," Theatre Ink's spring musical, are now available at Theatreink.net.
Are you a parent or caregiver? In our image-driven world it may seem hard to foster body confidence in our children. Join this free MEDA event to learn how to help your child have a happy and healthy relationship with his/her body. Children who feel good about their bodies are less likely to develop eating issues, more likely to participate in sports and extracurricular activities, less likely to use drugs and alcohol, and more likely to develop a healthy relationship with exercise.
STEM Inspiration Organization invites high school students and families to "Sights Set on Science," a talk about how students who want a career in a STEM fields can explore their interests outside the classroom and showcase their achievements on their college application. The talk will be held on March 25 in Waltham.
Newton SEPAC and Newton Public Schools present "Reducing Anxiety in Kids" with speaker Jessica Minahan, M.Ed, BCBA, on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at 7:00 p.m., in the NNHS Auditorium.
Friday, May 4
Come support the North community and cheer on more than 40 Newton North Faculty and staff as they sing, dance, tell jokes, and act - all in the name of a good cause. All proceeds from the event go to GELF, the Jennifer Price Global Educational Leadership Fund. Prepare to be surprised and amazed! Hope to see you there!
Dear Newton Families,
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Want to learn more about the Just Think: Teens Making Smart Choices Expo coming up on January 18, 2018?
To pay online please click HERE.
To guarantee a copy of the school directory, please pay your PTSO dues as soon as possible. Dues are $40 and support programs throughout the year. Extra donations to the "Principal’s Student Assistance Fund" are appreciated. If you would like to mail a check, please include THIS FORM. To pay online please click HERE.
To learn how you can earn money for the North PTSO click on the logo.
The Center for Civic Engagement and Service (CCES) connects students to city and state officials, non-profit groups, and educational organizations who want to work with Newton high school students. Volunteers act as informal advisors to students exploring opportunities and coach them on how to communicate effectively in the real world. Click here to donate!
Click on the picture to view or download the NNHS 2017-18 Information Booklet (15MB pdf).
Click on the picture to view or download the 2016-17 Student Handbook (1MB pdf).
NNHS communtiy news is posted in OurNewton.org. OurNewton is also looking for volunteer writers, photographers, editors, and staffers. Can you help?
Click on the poster to link to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.