Safe Schools Update, PTO Coffee Summary and December Events

Dear Oak Hill Families,

Please click the links for a brief summary of the Safe Schools Day work from Thursday and a summary of some of the issues discussed during the PTO Coffee  held on November 15th.

Winter Concert Season is here!  Please come out with your family to support our students who have diligently practiced and rehearsed together throughout the fall. Mr. Miller and Mr. Cutler will be leading their students through diverse and entertaining programs!  Below is a brief description of Oak Hill’s school performances and events coming up in December.  Hope you get to enjoy the fun!

Thanks,
John

Monday, 12/9        Grades 6/7/8 Winter Concert Choirs at 7:30pm (Oak Hill Auditorium) Tuesday, 12/10     String Orchestra Only Performance at 7:30pm (Brown Auditorium) Wednesday, 12/11 Teens and Social Media Use: A Community Workshop for Parents of                                        Middle School Students at 7pm (F.A. Day Auditorium) For more                                                information, see below.
Thursday, 12/12   Grades 6/7/8 Winter Concert Bands at 7:30pm (Oak Hill Auditorium)

Teen and Social Media Use: A Community Workshop for Parents of Middle School Students

The Day PTO has extended an invitation to all Newton Public Middle Schools’ parents to an important discussion for this Wednesday, December 11 at 7:00pm in the F. A. Day Auditorium.

This event will bring experts and the community together to discuss many of the concerns parents and teens have about media use. We will bring research evidence and practical advice to bear on understanding questions like: What realistic risks may teens face with their media use? How can teens benefit most from digital media? How can parents create and enforce appropriate boundaries for their teens’ media use to best balance risks and opportunities? We will conclude with a half hour for parents to mix and mingle and compare strategies and experiences. Parents from all of the Newton middle schools are welcome.