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Every year Newton South sponsors a six-day “Close Up” trip to Washington DC, where students stay with high school students from across the country, exploring the nation’s capital and seeing how our government operates. Most years our students get the … Continue reading
As you clean out your garage, basement, attics, and sheds this summer, please consider donating any gently used sports equipment to our 1st NSHS Booster Club Ski and Sports Equipment Sale in September. Here is your chance to clean out … Continue reading
Please see June Newsletter Updates from the HHS Commissioner for information on summer food for families and cleaning out your medicine cabinet.
The ACT is the college-readiness standardized test of choice in most of our country, and it is steadily gaining in popularity here in Massachusetts. It is accepted by all colleges and may be a better choice for some students. The … Continue reading
Consider recognizing a favorite teacher or staff person with the Newton Schools Foundation’s Honor Thy Teacher program. Make a $25 donation (or any amount) to the foundation in the teacher’s name. Notifications will be sent to each teacher honored as … Continue reading
Due to a logistical snafu, some seniors did not receive a tassel at Senior Check-Out. It appears this was a problem for students who just ordered the tassel. If your child ordered a cap and gown, the tassel should be … Continue reading
With the prom and SouthFest just one day away, we want to encourage you to talk to your kids about their plans for transportation after SouthFest. Unlike in years past when there were not many options for transportation, most seniors … Continue reading
Thank you to all the parents who have stepped up to volunteer at SouthFest. We are in much better shape than we were a week ago and will be able to keep the party going until 3AM! We could still … Continue reading
Please note the special schedules this week from Tuesday to Friday, June 5, 6, 7 and 8. June 5th and 6th are MCAS Science Testing Days (primarily for the 9th grade but sophomores and juniors taking an STE MCAS exam … Continue reading
The role of the Newton South School Council is to advise the Principal on issues of general interest and school improvement plans. The Council is comprised of administrators, faculty, parents, and students. Over the 2017-2018 academic year, the Council has … Continue reading