Support student travel; join GELF planning meeting on February 28, 7:00 p.m.

Global Educational Leadership Fund (GELF) needs you! Announcing a planning meeting on Thursday, February 28, at 7:00 p.m., in room 241 at Newton North High School, to begin planning for our annual GELF Benefit Dinner—a community celebration that includes a fabulous dinner, live music and dancing, an amazing auction, and much more. Join our team! Meet other parents! Donate a little time!

JCC summer camp open house to be held February 3, 2:00 p.m.

Spend the summer with JCC Greater Boston! Whether you love to sing and dance at Camp Kaleidoscope, learn important swimming skills at Camp Grossman, sleep under the stars at Camp Kingswood, or hone your skills at Specialty Camps--an exciting summer awaits. Enjoy an unforgettable summer with JCC Greater Boston filled with land & water sports, outdoor adventures, visual arts, performing arts, and Jewish culture. Can’t make it? Register online using the brand new portal.

Little League registration open until January 26 and February 2

Registration for the 2019 Newton Little League spring season is now available on the league’s website at www.newtonllbaseball.org. Newton Little League serves players who reside within or attend private or public schools within the boundaries of Ward, Underwood, Lincoln-Eliot, Horace Mann, Peirce, Cabot, Burr, Franklin, and Williams elementary schools, and provides prog

Making the Most of Your High School Years set for February 12, 7:00 p.m.

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 on Tuesday, February 12, 7:00-8:30 p.m., Film Lecture Hall. Topics will include course selection and the course registration process; teen development; and academic, social and emotional balance. As NNHS 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."

McLean Hospital study seeks females 14-18 with and without depression

A researcher and clinical psychologist at McLean Hospital is part of a group conducting research examining the impact of stress on the teen brain. The researchers want to understand what makes some teens more resilient in the face of stress and some teens more susceptible to developing depression. Female teens ages 14-18, with and without depression, are needed for this study.

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