Envirothon team takes first place at statewide competition on May 18

After preparing diligently and collaboratively since September, members of the Envirothon Club participated in a state-wide competition on May 18 in Uxbridge, MA, taking first place--their fifth victory in six years. According to science teacher and club advisor Anndy Dannenberg, the team has a long history of mentorship of newer members by experienced members of the team. While there was an internal competition to determine which 10 team members would be chosen to compete in Uxbridge, there was universal agre

NCE offers "Write Successful Essays for Your College Application" in July

Rising seniors, summer is the perfect time to start working on your college application essay, and Newton Community Education can help you prepare.  Our "Write Successful Essays for Your College Application" course will help you create a standout essay. You'll work with a professional writer who will help you choose your topic and improve your writing style. We'll start by discussing what colleges are looking for, and then, you'll write.

SEPAC presents Jobs Programs as part of Post Secondary Transition Programming: Districts’ Obligations and Best Practices on May 31, 7:30 p.m.

Join Newton SEPAC on Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 7:30-9:00 p.m., for a session on jobs programs for teens making the transition from high school presented by Julia Landau, Esq. & Jill Reynolds. Location: Newton Education Center, 100 Walnut Street, Newton, room 210. 

Escalation Workshop will be presented to some senior and junior classes in spring 2018

The Escalation Workshop is coming to some NNHS senior and junior classes. NN Minds Matter students have worked hard to become trained facilitators and will be leading discussions after the film. The film will be shown in individual classes so NNHS cannot guarantee that all seniors and juniors will have the opportunity to participate.


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