Support Underwood! Buy a brick for Owl Courtyard by January 31

Be a lasting part of the Underwood Owl Courtyard with a personalized commemorative brick! Located next to the school by the Underwood blacktop (see below), the Owl Courtyard will enable former, current and future Underwood families to see your words of support and appreciation on a specially engraved brick. Bricks purchased in the winter of 2018 will be placed during the spring of 2019. Funds raised will support Underwood's Creative Arts and Science Program and technology purchases.

51st annual MLK celebration set for January 21, 9:30 a.m.

The 51stannual Martin Luther King, Jr., Newton community celebration will be held on Monday, January 21, at 9:30 a.m., at the First Baptist Church of Newton (848 Beacon Street, Newton Centre). Stay afterwards for a community coffee with a resource fair to learn about next steps citizens can take in Newton. The Rotary Club of Newton will be collecting toiletry donations for Newton's Food Pantries.

All invited to planning meeting on January 16, 7:00 p.m., for GELF dinner

Global Educational Leadership Fund (GELF) needs you! Join us on Wednesday, January 16, at 7:00 p.m., in room 103 at Newton North, to begin planning for the 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! Be creative and have fun! Make a difference in a student’s life and help make dreams come true!   

Parent/guardian donations enrich NNHS classrooms through Grants and Projects

The PTSO Board has happily approved funding for more than 25 requests (out of 36) from teachers with more than $17,000 in funds donated by parents/guardians. The annual Grants and Projecs program enables teachers to purchase materials and subsidize activities that are not covered under the regular school and city operating budgets.

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