Former Horace Mann parent and experienced tutor is available this SUMMER! Haralie has worked in the Wellesley Public Schools and currently works in the Winchester Public Schools and at MassBay Community College and tutors K-5th grade students in Reading, Writing and Math. Each visit is a positive and fun learning experience! Please contact Haralie Alpert, M.Ed., MS at email@example.com or 617-630-0608.
- Summer tutoring and enrichment
- Smart Kid Looking for a Challenge?
- Piano instruction available
- Basketball Together
- Dance Class Options
- Kids at the Farm: Summer 2018
- Summer Music Programs at The Conservatory
- Kid’s Yoga Creativity Camp
- Get a head start on college essays this summer
- SAT/ACT Tutor available
This summer, the Lumos Young Speakers Program is running a public speaking and debate program for students in grade 4-6. Your child will love Lumos’s friendly instructors and fun activities as they learn about:
- Speaking Confidence
- Impromptu Speaking
- Debate Basics
- Argumentation and Reasoning
Right now you can use the code COMMUNITY to get $125.00 off. To register, go to lumosdebate.com/1-week-public-speaking-program/.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-901-4564 with any questions.
July 23rd – 27th or July 30th – August 3rd, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Flexible summer scheduling makes now an ideal time to try piano lessons. Berklee and New England Conservatory graduate with 30+ years teaching experience. Beginners welcome. Build a high quality musical foundation with a patient, upbeat, and caring teacher. Contact Gloria Jasinski at 617-566-9704 or email@example.com.
Help shoot down cancer at Basketball Together, a new basketball camp for 5th – 8th graders whose family members are battling or have battled cancer. Basketball Together was founded by two Newton North High School rising seniors, Christian Hahm and Ezra Pemstein, who have personal experiences with family members facing cancer
treatments. Christian and Ezra have found solace in basketball and now want to help others like them better cope with the challenges they face.
Basketball Together focuses both on improving basketball skills (drills, shooting, passing) as well as developing coping skills to enhance emotional well-being. Faculty from Boston
University’s School of Social Work will be leading small group activities to explore the healing process.
Basketball Together is hosted by Newton Community Education and made possible by the generous support of the Newton North Athletic Department (Director Tom Giusti and basketball coaches Paul Connolly and Tom Donnellan), Newton Community Education (Program Director, Lisa Rucinski) and Newton North High School (Principal, Henry Turner).
For Grades 5 – 8, boys and girls. Open to all who have a close family member who is battling or has had to battle cancer. Fee: based on a sliding scale ($25 to $195). Code: cancercamp. Register here https://registration.xenegrade.com/nce/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=11852 –
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-559-6995.
August 6th – 10th, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Newton Community Education, 457 Walnut St, Newton
This camp complies with the regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is licensed by the Newton Health Department.
Looking for Summer and Fall dance class options? All That Jazz Dance Studio in Nonantum is still accepting registration for their award winning dance classes! It is not too late to sign up for summer week-long dance intensives or an 8-week class session. Registration for the 2018-2019 school year is ongoing as well.
Please contact Miss Deb Lifson Vogel, Studio Director and also a fellow Newton Parent, at email@example.com or 617-641-0784 for more information about this wonderful dance community. Register online at www.allthatjazznewton.com!
School is about to be out for summer, and what better way to spend it than at Newton Community Farm!. Don’t delay and register today! Limited spaces available
See the chickens, harvest produce and learn what it takes to grow food sustainably, all right here in Newton.
Programs for toddlers through middle school start in June and run until August 24th. Have a high schooler? Check out the high school intern programs!
Financial assistance available.
Students are immersed in:
- Playing together in Rock Bands/String Ensembles
- Trying New Instruments
- Composition/Song Writing
- Music Theory
- Music Games
For Ages 6 and up. All instruments and skill levels welcome! Students bring their own lunch and snacks. No nuts please!
The Conservatory at Highlands
51 Winchester Street, #203, Newton Highlands
A Typical Camp Day:
9:00 am Arival
9:15 am Warm up
10:00 am Music Game/Theory/Ear Training
11:00 am Ensemble rehearsal (rockband/jazz/chamber)
1:15 pm Recording/Songwriting/Music projects
2:30 pm Ensemble rehearsal (rockband/jazz/chamber)
4:00 pm Pick up (after-care option available)
Join for a music filled summer!
Parents! Have your elementary school aged child or children join Kid’s Yoga Creativity Camp with Tracy Affonso. Tracy is a former Newton Public Schools teacher and an experienced yoga instructor. Kids love her classes so please join in!
Each class begins with breathing/mindfulness exercises designed to help you focus on the present moment. Following warm-up, you’ll have a fun-filled, active yoga class culminating with a guided relaxation.
After the yoga session, you’ll make a different art project each day—from mandalas out of rocks, shells, and feathers; to gratitude rocks; to worry dolls—projects will be linked to the theme of the day that’s introduced through your mindfulness exercises.
August 6th – 10th, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon $275.00 Siblings – 20% off
Artemis Yoga in Watertown
Summer is a great time for rising seniors to begin work on their college essays. Jane Hirschhorn is a writing coach with more than 20 years of experience, and she guides students toward crafting compelling, authentic essays.
Her students have been accepted to a wide range of colleges and universities across the United States and Canada, including those that are the most selective.
For more information, please contact Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a complete list of the schools where Jane’s students have been accepted and to learn more about Jane,
please visit her website jbhtutoring.com.
Sam Frank, Yale graduate and a resident of Newton, is available to tutor high school students in their homes for the SAT and ACT.
Please call or email either to arrange a preview session (free of charge for all prospective clients) or to ask questions about test prep, the college application process, SAT subject tests, differences between the SAT and ACT, etc.
Sam’s tutoring rate is $150.00 per hour. Until September 1st, pay the reduced rate of $100.00 per hour for Newton residents. For families in need, he’s happy to discuss your circumstances for possible additional discounts.
Contact Sam at 413- 717-7466 or email@example.com