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Spring is here, and April showers (and snow) are testing our patience. We truly appreciate your understanding and flexibility adapting to the ever-changing weather. Newton grass fields are still closed due to the field conditions and the impossibility of making … Continue reading
The MIAA has extended the regular-season cut-off date to allow for rescheduling due to bad weather at the beginning of the season. We will do our best to keep the open dates as they are now, but it’s not always … Continue reading
With the Spring season comes a reminder to all athletes, coaches, and spectators that no parking is allowed on the road between the Baseball field and the Brandeis turf field. That access road is for the use of emergency vehicles. … Continue reading
All athletes whose teams practice outside should dress in layers. Wearing long pants and dressing in layers keep muscles warm and protected from injuries. Athletes should bring their own water bottles and not share them to keep everyone healthy. Finally, … Continue reading
The Volleyball season is well underway, and we thank the players and coaches for their flexibility sharing the Field House with other sport teams, even on game days. Working together we are one team!
Students who need a lock for their lockers should see Coach Dalicandro for a lock and combination. Please give him the number of the locker you’ll be using, and remember not to share your lock combination with other people—you are … Continue reading
We’re pleased to see that our Fitness Center is very active with many athletes using it at once. Coaches Ryan and Isack are very knowledgeable and will work with all students. It is very important that the students respect their … Continue reading
The informational meeting for students interested in Cheerleading next fall will take place on Wednesday, April 25, at 3:30pm in the Wellness classroom. Information about summer clinics, new uniforms, and schedules will be shared by Mrs. Sinanian. Eighth-graders are also … Continue reading
In early January a group of Newton South students took part in the first MIAA Inclusion Symposium hosted at the College of the Holy Cross. Our students returned to South with ideas to create a more inclusive program with opportunities … Continue reading