It happens every holiday season…“What can I get for Aunt Sarah? My next-door neighbor’s baby? My boss?” With over 60 talented artisans displaying their one-of-a-kind treasures, you are sure to find something for the most discerning person on your shopping list at the Newton City Hall Holiday Craft Show. Admission is free!
The NNHS School Council is seeking photos of family members volunteering together. If you have photos to share, please email them to email@example.com.
Join a team dedicated to planning an international night in March in conjunction with a student event being planned during the day. To volunteer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spirit Week is Monday through Wednesday.
Wednesday, November 22, is a half day with an 11:00 a.m. dismissal.
Thanksgiving Weekend is a No Homework Weekend. We hope all students will enjoy a long weekend with friends and/or family.
Free weekend at Historic Newton – Everyone is invited to enjoy free admission to Jackson Homestead and Museum at 527 Washington Street and the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds at 286 Waverley Avenue on December 2 and 3, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. For information: 617-796-1450.
Learn to ski or snowboard with Newton Parks and Recreation with lessons at Nashoba Valley Ski Area. Transportation from Newton is provided from the Albemarle Field House. This six-week program runs on Tuesdays for grades 3-5 and Fridays for grades 5-10 starting January 2, 2018.
Come enjoy a Multi Cultural Festival hosted by Newton Cultural Center at City Hall on November 19, 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. The uniqueness of this cultural festival is in its interactive quality, an inclusive and broad-minded global perspective sharing experiences of harmony, celebration, and unity within the wonder of diversity.
The NNHS Scholarship Application for the class of 2018 is now online. Click here to apply or find the application on the NNHS website under the Announcements section and under the Families Tab entitled "2018 NNHS Senior Scholarship Application."
The due date is Friday, January 26, 2018.
Completing his application will make you eligible for more than 300 scholarships that NNHS awards. Most scholarships are need based.
Want to learn more about the Just Think: Teens Making Smart Choices Expo coming up on January 18, 2018?
This year, the principal and teachers have asked the PTSO to establish a fund to bring diverse speakers and inspiring performers, scientists, and business people to Newton North classrooms and assemblies. Click on the image to read more and to donate.
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.
E-cigarettes, Vaping, and Juuling: Know the risks for your teen, Tuesday, February 13, 6:30-6:50 p.m., Film Lecture Hall
Making the Most of Your High School Years, Tuesday, February 13, 7:00-8:30 p.m., Film Lecture Hall
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.