Category Archives: Education/Enrichment

Public information sessions coming up

Newton Safe Routes to School would like Newton families to know about two upcoming public information sessions. 1. Commonwealth Ave Carriageway proposal to create two-way bike travel on the Carriageway; right now biking is only formally allowed for those traveling … Continue reading

Student run website solutions for small businesses

Weaverbird.tech is a company run by a group of high school students with backgrounds in website design. They are focused on designing and renovating websites for small businesses and brick and mortar stores to help you adjust to the digital … Continue reading

Tutor available

Would your 3rd, 4th or 5th grader benefit from individual tutoring? David Dubin is a licensed fourth grade teacher who can supplement your child’s remote learning or help them with homework during the after school hours. Please email daviddubin75@gmail.com or … Continue reading

Tutor available

Former teacher with 30 years of  experience in Grades 1-12 in the Brookline, Concord and Lexington Schools, classroom teacher, middle and high school English/Reading teacher, and certified Literacy Specialist, is available to support elementary, middle or high school students in … Continue reading

Free on-line tutoring/mentoring program

LigerBots have created a free online mentor/tutoring program this fall. In order to offer more support to elementary students–as well as provide teaching opportunities to high schoolers– they’ve created an online program in which they pair high school mentors with … Continue reading

Free on-line tutoring/mentoring program

LigerBots have created a free online mentor/tutoring program this fall. In order to offer more support to elementary students–as well as provide teaching opportunities to high schoolers– they’ve created an online program in which they pair high school mentors with … Continue reading

Last days of Historic Newton’s Homestead Hayfest

Historic Newton’s Homestead Hayfest Goes Online! October 7th – October 14th FREE Visit this page anytime during the week for online exhibits about what life was like in Newton in the 1800s with activities you can try at home.

Community Notes – Newton PTO Council 2020-10-11 11:24:05

The 2020-2021 school year is like no other and as a result, families are aware of the extra efforts required for their students socially and in their learning.VOICES Boston is a children’s chorus for singers K-8 that offers students the … Continue reading

Coping in Times of COVID Chaos and Political Uncertainty

Dr. Julie Gardner Mandel, PhD,  a Clinical Psychologist at MGH and a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School, is starting a weekly, 100% Zoom, support group called, “Coping in Times of COVID Chaos and Political Uncertainty.” The group will meet … Continue reading

Sign up for the NewtonSTEM newsletter: Science/Tech/Engineering/Math

NewtonSTEM.org publishes a free weekly newsletter of announcements about Science/Tech/Engineering/Math relevant to Newton students, parents, teachers, and community volunteers. Sign up for the weekly email here, and you can unsubscribe at any time. Now in its 10th year, NewtonSTEM is … Continue reading