Charter Commission public hearing to be held March 15, 7:00 p.m.

The Charter Commission, which has been reviewing the City of Newton's charter since last year, will hold a public hearing about its preliminary report on March 15, at 7:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, second floor, Newton City Hall. Click here to see the complete charter and the Commission's preliminary report.

Message from Amy Winston about registration

February 26, 2017

March is registration time at NNHS! This year’s course registration process will mirror the process used last year. The first step in the process is to make sure that you (both students and families) can login to Skyward. As we begin the course registration process for next year, Skyward Family Access and Skyward Student Access will be integral for viewing recommended courses and selecting elective courses. 

If you haven’t ever logged into Skyward, now is the time to do so! 

Teachers express gratitude for Grants and Projects funding

The NNHS PTSO is pleased to announce that its Grants and Projects committee was able to approve almost $19,000 to fund requests by teachers and administrators to purchase materials and subsidize programs that are not covered under the regular school and city operating budgets. Thank you to co-chairs Joel Bloom and Cindy Callaway for their leadership of this effort! The Grants and Projects that have been awarded for this school year include the following:

Newton Nomadic Theatre performs "Doubt" February 10-12

The acclaimed Newton Nomadic Theater brings its traveling theater to living rooms in Waban and Jamaica Plain this week.  Their new show "Doubt" features an all-star cast of Linda Goetz, Matt Winberg, Sarah Morrisette, and Ramona Lisa Alexander.  Fri Feb 10, Sat Feb 11 7:30 PM at the Finch home (153 Windsor Rd, Waban) and Sunday Feb 12, 3 PM in the Dean home (22 Rockwood Terrace).  If you've never seen a production by this unique theater, it's not to be missed.  Tickets ($20) and additional information at 

Newton PAC for Special Education hosts talk on best practices February 16

The Newton Parent Advisory Council for Special Education will be hosting Leslie Leslie, MassPAC Project Manager, to discuss "Best Practices: Running a Parent Advisory Council," covering legal requirements and ways to improve the PAC, creating by-laws, elections, events, outreach and more.
Date:  February 16, 2017
Location:  100 Walnut Street  Room 210  Newtonville
Time:  7:30 pm - 9 pm
Light refreshments and networking begin at 7:15 pm.


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