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February 14: Deadline to register for the March 8 SAT
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March 26, 6-9PM at Newton North High School: Youth Summit III with special guest Kevin Breel, mental health activist and stand up comedian. Parents and students are both invited to attend. Discussion focus will be on how teens and adults can learn to have difficult conversations.
May 3, 7-10PM at Sheraton Boston Hotel: Junior Semi-formal Dance (known as “semi”). Optional bus transportation will be arranged by Newton South. Ticket forms will be available in April. Students go alone, as couples or in groups of friends – whatever suits them best. Attire is usually suit and tie for the young men and knee-length dresses for the young women. Wrist corsages are usually popular.