Free workshop on building body confidence in children offered February 27, 9:30 a.m.

Are you a parent or caregiver? In our image-driven world it may seem hard to foster body confidence in our children. Join this free MEDA event to learn how to help your child have a happy and healthy relationship with his/her body. Children who feel good about their bodies are less likely to develop eating issues, more likely to participate in sports and extracurricular activities, less likely to use drugs and alcohol, and more likely to develop a healthy relationship with exercise.

Save the date: 3rd annual Faculty Talent Show set for May 4, 7:00 p.m.

Friday, May 4

7:00 p.m. 

NNHS Auditorium

Come support the North community and cheer on more than 40 Newton North Faculty and staff as they sing, dance, tell jokes, and act - all in the name of a good cause. All proceeds from the event go to GELF, the Jennifer Price Global Educational Leadership Fund. Prepare to be surprised and amazed! Hope to see you there!

From the school nurse: Flu update

January 30, 2018

Dear families,

We are writing to update you about the flu in our area.

The latest statewide flu report (Jan. 26, Massachusetts Department of Public Health) indicates flu activity is widespread in the state, which is not unexpected for this time of year. However, the rate of influenza-like illness (ILI), is higher than the past two flu seasons. ILI, which is a fever of 100 degrees or more and cough or sore throat, is how disease trackers measure the flu nationwide.

NEW DATE: Informational meeting for Prague Summer to be held February 14, 6:30 p.m.

We are happy to announce that we still have LIMITED SPACES for the Prague Summer Program. Since 1990, we have travelled to Central Europe to experience the history and culture of Poland (Krakow), the Czech Republic (Prague) and Germany (Dresden and Berlin) first hand. This is an exciting opportunity for students to undertake an amazing trip while earning a semester's history credit (2.5 credits).

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