Monthly Archives: December 2014 -- Click on any title to read the full post.

Talking To Your Child About Their Diagnoses/Disabilities

On January 8th, the Newton Parent Advisory Council for Special Education will host an evening meeting on the topic of Talking To Your Child About Their Diagnoses/Disabilities. Special guests will include Dot Lucci, M.Ed., C.A.G.S. Director of Consultation, MGH/YouthCare, Alison … Continue reading
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IRobot Company Presentation at the Waban Library Center

The WLC invites kids ages 6 – 11 to a presentation on January 10th from 1:30 -2:30 pm at the Waban Library Center. iRobot experts will explain how robots work and help people in real life. Come see the cool … Continue reading
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Second Annual Citywide Food Drive

The Second Annual Citywide Food Drive is well underway and, this year, we are expanding our efforts to help fight food insecurity in the City of Lawrence as well as Newton.  Through December 30th,  you can donate the following items … Continue reading
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Train the brain

Neuroscience opens up powerful new possibilities to enable every student to become a more effective learner. Brain Excel offers programs designed to train and strengthen core cognitive skills like memory, attention, processing speed, logic and reasoning. Face-to-face and online one-on-one … Continue reading
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Suicide Prevention Trainings (QPR)

Our community has been affected by suicide. Newton Cares: Coalition for Suicide Prevention and Mental Health is working diligently to train as many people as possible in the suicide prevention technique called QPR – Question, Persuade, Refer. The more people … Continue reading
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Register Now for Newton Girls Softball

Newton Girls Softball, for girls in grades K – 7, is committed to providing an experience that fosters positive self-esteem, team spirit, and individual growth through personal achievement and as a team member. Players of all skill levels will have … Continue reading
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Actors needed for Watertown Children’s Theatre

Watertown Children’s Theatre is looking for actors for the world premiere of Reigning Cats and Dogs by local teacher and composer Steve Bergman. The production is open to third through sixth graders and though orientation has already passed, we are still … Continue reading
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S.M.ART School Private Tutoring, Classes

Since 2002, S.M.ART School has been offering a broad range of classes and private tutoring, from basic math and SAT I & II preparation to the advanced areas of mathematics that help develop analytical skills and important work habits. S.M.ART … Continue reading
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Newton Inspires: An Evening of Ideas & Community, Jan. 21

Newton Schools Foundation kicks off their 50th anniversary year on January 21 with the fourth annual Newton Inspires: An Evening of Ideas and Community. Since 2011, Newton Inspires has been uniting Newton residents for an evening of discussion with some … Continue reading
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Newton Inspires January 21st

Newton Schools Foundation kicks off their 50th anniversary year on January 21st with the fourth annual Newton Inspires: An Evening of Ideas and Community. Since 2011, Newton Inspires has been uniting Newton residents for an evening of discussion with some … Continue reading
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