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The PTSO will be setting up dessert buffets in every class house right after lunch on Tuesday February 14th. Please sign up to donate to your student’s class house. You can drop off in the morning/afternoon on February 14 at Newton South at the main office. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate a different drop location. If you would like to donate money to the event please use main donation link on website and add Valentine’s Day and House name in the comment.
WHO: Parents of 10th Graders, Dan Rubin (Head of Counseling), Charle Myette (Class Dean) Lexi Micheals and Talia Gallagher (Class Advisors), Kathy Sabet and Christina Brown (Counselors)
WHAT: Parent Coffees are in-person get togethers at Newton South to discuss upcoming milestones for each grade.
WHERE: Goldrick Commons (See map below)
WHEN: Thursday, January 19th at 9am
WHY: Get your questions answered.
Typical Questions from Previous 10th Grade Parents:
- What is Sophomore Slump and is it real?
- What sort off Junior Year Planning should we be doing
- Whats on the schedule for end of year class activities, MCAS, etc
- When and how to explore the career discussion and my kid’s personality
Teen JUST-US is a six-week summer social justice experience for teens in the greater Boston area. It includes a three-day-per-week paid internship at a local not-for-profit. The participants support the organization and work on a social justice project. They spend the other two days as a cohort learning about social justice/tikkun olam from a Jewish perspective, building community, and engaging in field trips and service projects.
Current high school sophomores or juniors can apply. They must be able to access public transportation (Red, Green, Orange, Blue, or Commuter Rail) as our cohort days are at Temple Israel in Boston and all of the internship sites are on the T. There are no costs to the program and the teens receive a $1000.00 stipend at the conclusion of the summer. The program dates for this coming summer are 6/26/23-8/4/23. Teens can identify the social justice areas that are most important to them—and we do our best to match them with internships. More information and the application can be found at www.teenjust-us.org. In addition, there is a video about the program on the home page and many blogs, written by teens, on the “Teen Voices” tab. For more information, reach out to Amy Tananbaum, Executive Director at email@example.com.
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featuring Vocal Ensemble, Madrigals, Festival Singers, & Orchestra
Wednesday, January 11 at 7 PM
featuring Jazz Improv, Jazz Combo, Jazz Ensemble, & Lab Jazz
Thursday, January 12 at 7 PM
featuring Symphonic Band & Wind Ensemble
Wednesday, January 18 at 7 PM
All concerts are in the Newton South Seasholes Auditorium. $5 suggested donation. Proceeds allow our music groups to participate in spring music contests and festivals, as well as supplement the small budget for sheet music and instrument purchases and maintenance. Thank you for your support.
Newton South DECA is hosting a fully proctored, full-length practice SAT on Saturday, February 4th. This paper, fully-graded practice test is a great way to prepare for the real SAT’s in the spring. Practice tests are an invaluable component of the test prep process, giving students critical experience dealing with the pressure of the test situation while getting a snapshot of how they will score on test-day. The cost to participate is just $25.00 for the test or $50.00 for the test and a review session with a professional tutor on Saturday, February 18th. To learn more and register for the test, click here.
Thank you to everyone who donated money, time, and food!
Donate Money for Holiday Party (Cookies, Coffee, Hot Chocolate etc)
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NSHS Music presents an
Alumni Holiday Jazz Concert
Thursday, December 22 at 7 PM
Newton South Seasholes Auditorium
Recent grads join the award-winning South jazz groups onstage for a festive evening of swingin’ holiday hits.
$10 suggested donation. Proceeds allow our music groups to participate in spring music contests and festivals, as well as supplement the small budget for sheet music and instrument purchases and maintenance. Thank you for your support.