Happy Birthday Mozart Concert, an evening of everything BUT classical music! January 27, 7:00 p.m. NSHS

Come warm up at Newton South’s Seasholes Auditorium on Friday, January 27th at 7:00 p.m. and enjoy a fun evening of music and dance! Performing will be students from Plaid Stepdad (indie music), Old News (American standards), Euphonic (a cappella), the Wes Silver Experience (jazz), and the South Asian Student Association Zamaana dance troupe (Bollywood).

Tickets are $5.00 at the door, with concessions available at intermission. Great mix of fun for the whole family!

Think spring--think softball!

Newton Girls Softball, a recreational league for Newton girls in grades Kindergarten – 7, provides an experience that fosters positive self-esteem, team spirit, and individual growth through personal achievement and as a team member. Players of all skill levels will have a fun and rewarding experience.

Can you donate an instrument you no longer need?

“Hi, My name is Abigail Miller. I am in eleventh grade at Newton South High School. Right now, I am running an instrument donation drive because I really enjoy playing music and hope that I can help others get the chance to love it as much as I do. Through a partnership with Berklee College of Music, the instruments I collect will be donated to local nonprofit organizations and schools who provide music education to underserved populations.

Special ed discussion touches on communication and transitions

Parents/guardians joined Kate McCarthy, head of the Special Education department at NNHS, for an informal discussion on January 19. Here are some of the topics that were talked about.

Activities: making Club Day more inclusive; holding a second Club Day later in the year; students who don't make a sports team are sometimes invited to be manager or scorekeeper; Freshman Cabaret is led by a special ed staffer and is welcoming; Jane Kenslea has expertise in helping students get involved

Making the Most of Your High School Years moved to March 1, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Wednesday, March 1, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Film Lecture Hall

Join the PTSO and Newton North experts for a discussion of how to help your teen get the most out of his or her Newton North experience. Topics will include teen development and course selection. As school psychologist Dr. Steve Litwack famously stated, "It's all about the match between your student's interests and needs and what is offered at North." Speakers will include Amy Winston, vice principal; Tom Gwin, interim director of Career and Technical Education/Business; Todd Young, chair of the Fine and Performing Arts Department; and Kate McCarthy, chair of the Special Education Department.

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