The upcoming open house will include free group training, prize giveaways and information about summer programming. BAT offers training for all athletes in both Speed + Agility and Strength & Conditioning. They also offer high quality skills training for both football and basketball players!
All athletes ages 8+
June 22nd, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Newton South High School, 140 Brandeis Road
Join the annual Dinner on the Farm, an evening of great food with friends of the Farm. Enjoy one-of-a kind outdoor dining experience and connect with other community farm supporters.
As the sun sets on the 2.5-acre farm, you will be treated to a seasonal, produce-forward menu prepared by Gourmet Catering. Live old-time string music will be provided by local favorites, the Dixie Butterhounds.
Proceeds from the evening will support Newton Community Farm’s mission to promote a sustainable, agricultural community. For tickets, please visit www.newtoncommunityfarm.org.
July 22nd, 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Newton Community Fram
303 Nahanton Street, Newton
Matt Siff, currently a junior at Brown University majoring in Computer Science and Economics, has long had a passion for helping students with a wide-range of math tutoring needs including algebra, calculus and linear algebra. He recently started a tutoring company called Next Door Tutors which specializes in tutoring for the ACT and SAT as well as nearly any high-school subject. All of their tutors have recently gone through the college-process with an average ACT score of a 35 and offer a structured tutoring program based on students’ individual needs.
For more information, please call Matt at 617-610-8444, email MyNextDoorTutors@gmail.com, or visit the website www.MyNextDoorTutors.com.
Experienced, certified, licensed Spanish teacher will provide private, tailored tutoring/support in grammar, literature, writing, and conversation at all levels during the summer months and/or academic year. Please contact Libby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-256-4780.
Did you know that more than 1300 girls and 250 volunteers participate in Newton Girls Soccer each season? NGS strives to give each player the opportunity to learn and play soccer in a supportive and rewarding environment that emphasizes fun, individual skills development, teamwork and sportsmanship, all at a level that fits her interest and ability.
Registration is open for the Fall 2019 Juniors and City Soccer Programs at https://newtongirlssoccer.org/home/register/
The NGS Juniors and City programs offer a recreation-focused soccer experience that emphasizes fun, health and exercise and is open to girls entering Kindergarten through 9th grade who live in or attend school in Newton. Players of all skill levels are welcome to register.
As a community-based program, each team includes a mix of girls from multiple neighboring schools. However, they honor one mutual friend request per player for girls registered by August 1st and make every effort to place players on a team with at least one schoolmate. For additional details and registration instructions, please visit newtongirlssoccer.org.
The West Suburban Y is offering five different weeks of full-day programming, including an introductory arts and music workshop (Explorations!), a deeper dive into the music business (Rock Band), and an opportunity for singers 10+ to learn both a cappella and Broadway repertoire (Vocal Workshop).
Youth of all ages are welcome, and there’s a program for everyone! For more information and to sign up, click www.wsymca.org/arts. Financial Assistance is also available for all programs. Visit https://www.wsymca.org/membership/financial-assistance.
Spanish teacher with many years experience working for NCE at several elementary schools in the Newton area has time available for private or semi-private tutoring through out the summer. Please contact Hilda at email@example.com or call 781-216-8168 evenings.
All That Jazz Dance Studio in Nonantum is still accepting registration for their award winning dance classes! It is not too late to sign up for dance camp in August and summer session running in July and August.
Registration for the 2019-2020 school year is ongoing as well. Please contact Miss Deb Lifson Vogel (a fellow Newton Parent!) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-641-0784 for more information about this wonderful dance community.
Register online at www.allthatjazznewton.com!
Free summer STEM prep program for High School students includes classes in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Robotics, and Maker Space.
Classes run from Monday – Wednesday each week with field trips every Thursday. Breakfast and lunch is provided every day, free of charge. See more information and apply here: http://www.rcc.mass.edu/
July 8th – August 9th
The school year is quickly coming to an end! If you want to do something special for your child’s teachers or other staff this year, consider the Newton Schools Foundation’s Honor Thy Teacher program.
When you donate to NSF in the name of one or more teachers, notifications will be sent to each teacher honored, as well as to the Principal and the Superintendent. Teachers’ names will appear in a special announcement on the NSF website and in the Newton TAB. If you have kids in elementary school, look for a letter coming home in backpacks or via US Mail for those with students in the upper grades. You can also donate online at www.newtonschoolsfoundation.org/honor-thy-teacher.
Your tax-deductible donation will support NSF-funded grants to the Newton Public Schools encompassing art, civics, math, music, science, social and cultural studies, literature, writing instruction, and social-emotional learning.
For a complete list of current grants and check out a video on NSF-funded programs visit http://newtonschoolsfoundation.org/programs-we-fund.
Thank you, parents and guardians, and thank you to all our educators!