The latest announcements from the Principal, PTSO, and NPS...

Urgent! Please Donate to the Teacher Appreciation Breakfast this Monday, Jan. 22

Many of you have volunteered and we are very appreciative but we still need more coffee (CUTLER and WHEELER), veggie platters  (except WHEELER), cheese platters and fruit (except CUTLER) and volunteers to help with set up  (GOODWIN and WHEELER).  Please sign up today!

To donate or volunteer, just click on the links below to see which houses are still in need of food/drinks or assistance.   You can sign up for any house regardless of which house your child is in as this is a school-wide event!

 Wheeler House

 Goldrick House

 Goodwin House

 Cutler House

Donations can be dropped off directly at Cutler, Wheeler, Goodwin or Goldrick houses between 7:15 and 8:15 AM on Monday, January 22nd.   Runners and set-up volunteers should meet in the Main Office at 7:15 AM to receive their supplies and instructions.  Volunteers for clean-up are asked to be at the house kitchen at 2:00 pm.

Please contact Laurie Utstein should you have any questions.

We thank you for your participation!

Meeting for Girls Tennis

The informational meeting for Girls Tennis will take place on Wednesday, January 31, at 3:30pm in the Wellness classroom. Coach Jampol will attend the meeting.

Boys Basketball to Play at TD Garden

The Boys Basketball team will face Waltham High School at TD Garden on Saturday, January 27, at 3:30pm. The Basketball team is selling tickets for the event; please come to support the Lions!

Student-Athletes Attend MIAA Inclusion Summit

A group of our school leaders attended the first-ever MIAA Inclusion Summit, held at the College of the Holy Cross, on Thursday, January 18. Maya Jean-Mary, Larissa Williams, Adalia Rodriguez, Ashsdiyah Gaffney, Alana Axelrod-Freed, CJ Holley-Jones, Noah Whiting, Daniel Collins, Luke Cloud, and Brandon Lee participated in several sessions addressing race, leadership, Special Olympics and unified sports, LGBTQ+ experiences in schools, and inclusion of para-sport student-athletes on school teams. Innovative ideas and interesting exchanges made the long trip to Worcester worth it! The event was attended by students and adult leaders from across the state. Special thanks to Mrs. Katani Sumner for her support and guidance!

Basketball Games Tonight at Newton South

Do you want to see the top Girls Basketball team in the state? Come to the Field House today at 5:30pm, when the Lions will face off against Westford Academy. The Girls game will be followed by the Boys game against Westford Academy in one of the most exciting games of the season. Double-header, double emotion, and super fun with the Dance team performing at halftime. It’s a great day to show your school spirit!

Girls Track Clinches DCL Dual Meet Title

The Girls Track team clinched the DCL dual meet title by defeating all of their opponents in each meet. Boys and Girls Track athletes are preparing for the DCL championship, to be held in two weeks.

Great Season for Wrestling

The Wrestling team had a great season, finishing second at the DCL Small Schools Championship. Congrats to the Wrestlers on their hard work and positive attitude!

Swim Team to Compete Against Bedford

Our Swim team is having a season full of good performances. You can see the swimmers in action on Thursday, January 25, at 4pm against Bedford at the Newton North pool.

Girls Gymnastics Action

The Girls Gymnastics team defeated Westford Academy on Thursday, January 18, in a very close meet. The team will host Acton-Boxborough on Tuesday, January 23, at Newton North.

Girls Hockey Fundraiser a Big Success

The “Pink at the Rink” fundraiser was a huge success! The Girls Hockey team hosted Weymouth, with players, parents, friends, and fans wearing pink to support funding for cancer research. The game finished in a 1-1 tie, and it was great to watch!