Category Archives: Education/Enrichment

Basic Rights under Special Education Laws presentation and discussion

Please join Newton SEPAC for a presentation and discussion about student and family basic rights under special education laws and regulations. Whether you’re new to the world of special education or a seasoned special education parent, there are always new … Continue reading

Next CPC Meeting on March 9th

The March 9th CPC Meeting Agenda – including a New Proposal for West Newton Armory Affordable Housing Development and a Pre-Proposal for Gath Memorial Pool Renovation Feasibility Study – is now available online for review. This will be a virtual … Continue reading

Private tutor offering sessions for academic support and ACT/SAT prep

Are you looking for someone who can help your son or daughter? Chris Orr has worked with students of a wide age range, specializing in preparing high school students for the ACT, SAT and tutoring Math, English and History. Most … Continue reading

Private tutor offering sessions for academic support and ACT/SAT prep

Are you looking for someone who can help your son or daughter? Chris Orr has worked with students of a wide age range, specializing in preparing high school students for the ACT, SAT and tutoring Math, English and History. Most … Continue reading

Mental Health: Starting the Conversation

Join Mayor Fuller, NAMI Newton-Wellesley, and Riverside Emergency Services to learn more about mental health, mental illness and the work of community organizations improving education and awareness. Register for the webinar at www.newtonma.gov/mentalhealth For additional information, please contact Aimee Sullivan … Continue reading

Family friendly outdoor art projects

Clay Soap Dishes Workshop – The Trustees of Reservations This workshop is suitable for ages 5 and up, children ages 5-15 must be accompanied by at least one registered adult in their group. A safe, creative, festive, outdoor clay art … Continue reading

Join the Newton Food Pantry in putting together Kid’s Bags!

Kid’s Bags will be distributed to every child in a family that shops on Wednesday afternoon at the pantry location at Newton City Hall. The bags will be filled with a variety of child-friendly snack foods and drinks meant to … Continue reading

Meet the Newton City Council Candidates

The Youth Commission is hosting an online forum and invites you to join and meet candidates Bryan Barash, David Micley and Tarik Lucas of Ward 2 and Maddy Ranalli and John Oliver from Ward 1. The webinar will be led … Continue reading

Candidates for City Council to debate

Area Councils’ debates with candidates for Newton’s Special Election for the contested City Council seats Councilor-at-Large, Wards 1 & 2 to be moderated by Marjorie Arons-Barron These seats are currently vacant by the election of U.S. Rep. Jake Auchincloss who … Continue reading

What’s Happening at the West Suburban YMCA

Become a Member of the Y! Join (or rejoin) the West Suburban YMCA during the month of February and if you keep an active membership for 3 consecutive months they’ll give you your fourth month free! Coming from another gym? … Continue reading