Parents/guardians of seniors invited to discussion series in May offered by Counseling Department

The NNHS Counseling Department is sponsoring a three-week discussion group for parents of NNHS seniors entitled "Seniors in Transition." The sessions will be facilitated by counselors to provide the opportunity for parents/guardians to discuss seniors and their transition out of high school. 

Beyond Kindness: Understanding Our Differences offered to students May 3

Student Nathan Persampieri has worked with the Center for Civic Engagement and Service to plan an optional assembly (two blocks) entitled Beyond Kindness: Understanding our Differences on May 3. Teachers will have the option to sign up their classes during B and C blocks in the Little Theatre. Panelists and participants will discuss how to be more compassionate to people with disabilities.

Join the fun at the Newton Asian Culture Festival on May 5, 10:00 a.m.

The 4th annual Newton Asian Culture Festival presented by Chinese American Association of Newton will be held at Newton City Hall on May 5. Bring your family to this fun event with multiple Asian cultures represented! All students learning about other cultures will benefit. This event is supported by the Newton Mayor’s Office for Cultural Affairs. 

Newton Asian Culture Festival 2018

Help define the future of Washington Street; stay informed and attend community events

Join a year of community planning to define the future vision for Washington Street. The planning team has arranged several fun, family-friendly events to allow for as much community input as possible. The decisions made will have a big impact on schools, including enrollment and possible transportation improvements. Get involved and let your voice be heard!

Teachers explore use of Chromebooks in PTSO technology session

Teachers used demonstrations and activities to give parents/guardians a sense of how they are using Chromebooks with students at a PTSO session entitled "How Technology Enhances Learning" on Wednesday, April 25 in the Library Learning Commons. Thank you to speakers Peter Hamel (organic chemistry), Leigh Haywood (mathematics), Chris Hillenmeyer (biology), and Maureen Kavanaugh (English) for illuminating presentations!


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