The last School Connections meeting of the year is coming up this week. This group is committed and dedicated to making a difference in our schools. Thank you to committee members for all the support in recent months!
It’s not too late to meet and share your ideas for next school year. More information here.
May 23rd, 3:45 pm
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street, third floor arc
Please join Green Newton as students from Newton schools show how they are contributing to the sustainability of Newton and beyond. Highlighted will be:
- Angier Elementary School’s Cafeteria Recycling & Composting
- Oak Hill Middle School’s Global Goals Exhibition
- Newton South High School’s Capstone Healthy Landscaping Project
- Newton North High School’s Student Climate March
- SGW’s community environmental outreach
Following these presentation and the Students for a Greener World (SGW) Wild Boar Awards, Green Newton will present the 2019 Green Newton Environmental Leadership awards to the following recipients:
- Individual: Andy Gluck
- Local Organization: The Newton Citizens Commission on Energy
- City Department: Newton’s Public Buildings Department and Design Review Committee
- Green Newton Special Appreciation Award: Ira Krepchin
May 20th, 7:00 pm
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street
Want a fun way to motivate yourself to workout AND do something meaningful for your neighbors? Join this year’s Ride for Food on October 6th!
Register today to meet your team and begin recruiting sponsors. To learn more visit https://ride.threesquaresne.org/CentreStFoodPantry2019 or contact CSFP Team Captain Katherine Ballas at email@example.com. You can learn more about the Centre Street Food Pantry at https://www.centrestfoodpantry.org.
Golfers, get your foursome ready! Sign up today for the Newton Mustangs Charity Golf Tournament. Go to https://secure.perfectgolfevent.com/eventweb/7903/
Sandy Burr Country Club
Calling all runners, joggers and walkers! Join other Newton students and parents, friends and neighbors at the Newton Highlands Village Day 5K. It’s a low-key, family-friendly, all abilities run starting and ending at the Hyde Center in Newton Highlands. Many kids run their first 5K at this event which is such a great accomplishment. (It’s also fun to watch kids trying to out sprint their parents at the finish!)
Village Day in the Highlands follows at 11:00 am with all sorts of great activities — from bands to food to free inflatables and more. Registration is $30.oo per adult, $15.00 per child.
Register online here: villageday5k.racewire.com. Online registrations before May 26th are guaranteed a t-shirt in their size. Contact Maureen Oates at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions! Happy running!
June 9th, 10:00 am
The college search and application process can be complicated and taxing for high school seniors and their parents.
Want to learn how to make the process less stressful? Come to a panel discussion with college counselor Maruta Vitols, psychologist Debbie Offner, writing coach Jane Hirschhorn and Newton parent Betsy Blagdon.
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June 6th, 7:30 – 8:30 pm
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street
Now is the time to register for a Newton Parks and Recreation summer camp! Check out the programs at www.newtonma.gov/gov/parks and click on Camps. You can register online at www.activityreg.com or call 617-796-1500 for more information. These programs still have openings:
- Kids Korner ages 3 – 5. A great introduction to summer camp. Located at the Burr Park Community Center.
- Albemarle Acres grades 1 – 6. Group activities and swimming at Gath Pool. Located at the Horace Mann School.
- Centre Acres grades 1 – 6. Group activities and swimming at Crystal Lake. Located at the Newton Centre Hut.
- Outdoor Adventure grades 2 – 6. Outdoor discovery and canoeing. Located at Nahanton Park on the Charles River.
- Thundercat Sports ages 7 – 12. Learn the skills to play a variety of different sports each day. Located at Pellegrini Park.
- Specialty Camp at Peirce School grades 2 – 8. Specialty weeks that are still open include Ultimate Frisbee (grades 2-8), Puppet Lab (grades 3-8), Beyond Beginner Chess (grades 2-8), Mad Science (grades 2-6), or Science Robotics (grades 2-6). Located at Peirce School.
- Acres in the Falls grades 5 – 8. Choice activities with field trips and swimming at Crystal Lake. Located at the Brigham House.
- Counselor in Training Programs grades 8 – 11. Participate in a 2 or 3 week session to develop your camp counselor skills. Programs are available at several of our camp sites.
Basketball Skills, Football Skills, Speed & Agility and S&C for boys and girls ages 7+. Sessions available from June 30th – August 30th. Click here to check out the Programs and to REGISTER.
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