Author Archives: Newton PTO Council

Newton’s Pre-K and Kindergarten Soccer Fall Registration Is Open

Registration is now open for our Fall season. The program is available to all Newton students entering Kindergarten this Fall or, for our Pre-K league, who will … Continue reading

Metco Scholarship Fund

As a society, we face the challenge of defining who we become next.Will we continue to build opportunity and hope for everyone, especiallythose most in need of our support?At the Newton METCO Community Scholarship Fund, we are inspired byfollowing words of Eddie S. Glaude Jr., the James S. McDonnellDistinguished University Professor of African American Studies […] Continue reading

Celebration of Queer Culture

Saturday, June 17, 10:00-2:30 p.m. City Hall, War Memorial The mission of the “Celebration of Queer Culture,” is to highlight and provide education for parts of queer culture that are usually erased or taken out of the spotlight.  In partnership with the City of Newton HHS, the Human Rights Commission, the Newton Youth Commission, Lasell […] Continue reading

Green School Connections

June 8, 4:30-5:30 The Countryside Green Team is hosting School Connections for our final meeting of the school year, next Thursday, June 8, 4:30 – 5:30 pm. Countryside is located at 191 Dedham St in Newton Highlands. We will meet at the raised garden bed to the left of the front entrance. Click HERE for our Agenda.*** Important: Countryside does not […] Continue reading

Call Y3K TUTOR IN YOUR HOME today, when schoolwork goes the wrong way

Our many years of experience in teaching and educational consulting has developed the right way to motivate, the right way to teach, be understood, and be remembered. We tutor special education such as ADHD, autism, executive function,learning disabilities, anxiety, behavior, life skills, and gifted. We also tutor regular education and test preparation. In addition to academic subjects, we […] Continue reading

Looking Ahead: Have a Graphing Calculator to Give Away?

We’d like to get this request out before the school year ends: Newton Neighbors will be planning a school supply drive this summer. If you have a graphing calculator to give away, please email us at 
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Line Leaders Camp

Wellesley, MA: August 14 – August 18, 9am – 12 noon  Week 1 Registration Wellesley, MA: August 21 – August 25, 9am – 12 noon Week 2 Registration It can be hard to imagine that one kid can change the world but at Line Leaders Summer Camp we dream big! In one-week half-day sessions we keep […] Continue reading

Teen Study Nights at the Newton Free Library

Monday, June 12 – Wednesday, June 14 The library will be open late — until 11pm — during finals. We’ll have extra supplies on hand, and even more stuff in the Teen Area. There will be snacks! Here are a list of activities each day: Continue reading

Charles River Aquatics Beginning Swim Lessons and Basic Water SafetyCharles River Aquatics 

Join CRA for Beginning Swim Lessons & Basic Water Safety! Charles River Aquatics (CRA) has partnered with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) as a site for the 2023 Water Safety Initiative.  CRA will provide beginner swimming lessons with the goal of creating a safer environment for all patrons at public beaches and […] Continue reading

Newton Community Education Summer Camps

WE’VE GOT CAMP.  ALL. SUMMER. LONG. With over 200 camp offerings, we’ve got something for everyone!  CLICK HERE for more information about and to register your child.   SUMMER THEATER CAMP!  Join our 5-week Musical Theater Camp for an unforgettable experience, filled with music, dance, acting, and more! Campers will experience the joy of performing Disney’s Newsies, Jr., […] Continue reading