Show appreciation for bus drivers by handing out cookies!

Celebrate Bus Driver and Crossing Guard Appreciation Day with Safe Routes to School! Thank the wonderful bus drivers who work hard to keep our students safe and get them to Newton North on time. Safe Routes to School will be handing out thank you cards with bags of cookies on Friday morning, June 9, starting at 7:00 a.m. We need several volunteers to bake or buy cookies and package them, and several other volunteers to hand them out.

All are invited to PTSO year-end gathering on June 14, 6:30 p.m.

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, June 14!

Newton North PTSO Year-End Celebration

Wednesday, June 14

6:30 - 8 p.m.

At the home of Sally Brickell, 23 Lombard Street

All Newton North parents/guardians are invited to celebrate the hard work of all our volunteers this year! Enjoy some light refreshments and catch up before summer. Feel free to bring something to share.

R.s.v.p. to Sally and Rex here so we will know how many to expect. 

Volunteers prepare for Celebration at May 23 craft and chat; casino dealers trained

A bevy of volunteers got together on May 23 to help Celebration co-chairs Pam Greene and Patty McCabe; area decorators Nisa Dailey, Teri Deodato, and Michelle Markert; and prize drawing chair Una Simmons string stars and package prizes in preparation for Celebration on June 5. Ten casino dealers gathered for a group training led by casino chair Jon Davis. Thank you to all who participated!

Six comedies, four actors, one night--June 2 to June 18

The acclaimed Newton Nomadic Theater is back! "All in the Timing" is David Ives's uproarious series of one-act comedies. Four actors, six plays, a loosely interconnected series of ridiculous sketches that will have you howling.

For this show, the entire cast are Newton Nomadic veterans: Billy Meleady (Faith Healer, Turn of the Screw, Molly Sweeney), Noni Lewis (title character in Molly Sweeney), Sarah Morrisette (young nun in Doubt), and Matt Winberg (priest in Doubt).

Retiring teachers are honored at annual tea hosted by PTSO

Teacher Appreciation co-chairs Lesley Silberstein and Maria Sullivan delighted teachers and staff by setting out a bountiful tea on Tuesday, May 23, in the Library Learning Commons. Guests enjoyed sweet and savory treats, sushi, fruit salad, iced tea, lemonade, and coffee while listening to heartfelt tributes to retiring teachers. 

Thank you to the NNHS librarians for providing the space for the tea, to the NNHS custodians for help with set up and logistics, and to Anna Ford for advising and assisting.

Enjoy a benefit concert by the Dominoes on June 3, 6:00 p.m.

Save the date for the Dominoes Benefit Concert for 2017 AIDS Walk & Run Boston.

Come for a picnic dinner and a concert at the Hyde Community Center Bandstand. Join the Dominoes--8th graders Abby Matthews, Alexa Firkusny, Ben Baines, Jacob Trokel, and Owen Beaver--from Brown Middle School, hosting their first benefit concert to support their school’s fundraising effort and participation in the 32nd AIDS Walk & Run Boston.

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