Author Archives: Newton PTO Council -- Click on any title to read the full post.

There is still time to sign up for Newton Inspires

Continue reading

Food Service survey

We need your help to improve our food service! Please fill out the appropriate survey below and tell us what is working and what could be better. Thank you from the Newton Public Schools Food Service. Parents survey: https://www.sodexosurveys.com/f/106965/1407/ Student … Continue reading
Continue reading

Holiday Gift Drive

The City of Newton Health and Human Services Dept. and The Village Bank are teaming up again for the annual Holiday Gift Drive. Please help by donating gifts for children ages newborn to 10: New, unwrapped toys Gift cards from local … Continue reading
Continue reading

We Still Live Here: Learning about the history and present-day experience of the Wampanoag Nation

“We Still Live Here: Learning about the history and present-day experience of the Wampanoag Nation” is an opportunity to gain knowledge as well as guidance about talking with your children about how Native Americans in the New England region have … Continue reading
Continue reading

5th annual Newton Turkey Trot

Online registration for the 5th annual Newton Turkey Trot closes on November 12th! This event kicks off on November 17th (the Saturday before Thanksgiving) with a 1 mile kids’ fun run at 8:30 am followed by the 5K race at 9:00 … Continue reading
Continue reading

2nd Annual Turkey Bowl

The 2nd Annual Turkey Bowl will take place on November 17th! All teams are guaranteed at least 3 games of play. The cost for registration is only $40 per free agent, or $300 per team. Click here for the team … Continue reading
Continue reading

Wondering about weed? Myths, facts, and marijuana in Newton

Mayor Ruthanne Fuller will introduce local experts Kevin Hill, MD and Nicole Danforth, MD who will enlighten us with myths and facts about marijuana science, health risks and benefits, adolescents and the developing brain and adult recreational and medical marijuana use. … Continue reading
Continue reading

Your help needed

Centre Street Food Pantry is looking for volunteers to help staff the pantry on Tuesdays and the first Saturday of each month.  Volunteer shifts are available in two hour increments and sign up is flexible.  Tasks include stocking shelves, helping clients shop, … Continue reading
Continue reading

Kids’ evening sports program

Along with Be Ahead Of The Game, Williams PTO offers an evening sports program for grades K-5 throughout the year. The Winter session starts the week of November 26th. Check it out and sign up here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qaWXMcX0gBxyc1MAdiwIa–OjcXQ64Ir/view?usp=drivesdk. Continue reading

Ice skating lesson

Winter is coming and Newton’s Parks & Recreation Department has released a schedule of its always popular ice skating classes.  Children ages 4 – 18 learn to skate or improve their skills in small, supportive classes based on age and … Continue reading
Continue reading