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Newton Inspires, November 13, 2017

Preregistration is closed but walk-ins are welcome*

*If you haven't preregistered, you can still participate in the following sessions: Boston Globe film critic and cultural columnist Ty Burr, Carbonite General Counsel Danielle Sheer, and chef/restaurateur David Punch in conversation with food writer Andrea Pyenson. Come between 6 and 7 p.m., stop by the registration table, and then enjoy some great food and conversation before your sessions!

On Monday, November 13, 2017 NSF will once again present Newton Inspires:. Join Boston Globe's  Ty Burr, NPR's Jared Bowen, artist Nancy Schon and other prominent Newtononians as they share their passions with the community. Learn more...


Whole Foods Giving Grill a Great Success

Whole Foods in Newton and Newtonville hosted a Giving Grill on August 11.  More than 200 people showed up for lunch and Whole Foods donated $1800 to NSF.  A highlight of the day were students from Ligerbots who showcased their robot to the crowd. 

20th Honor Thy Teacher Raises Over $40,000

For 20 years Newton Schools Foundation has played an important role in recognizing the invaluable dedication of our City's teachers and school staff. Every day your child benefits from the teachers and staff who motivate, educate and inspire them to be the best they can be.  This year donations made in teacher's names topped $40,000.  Every school was represented and over 900 teachers and staff were honored.  They will be recognized in the Newton Tab in the Fall and each principal and the

Boston Marathon Team Raises Nearly $10,000 for NSF

Anna Ford, adminstration at NNHS and Holly Kee, Southside Aide at NSHS teamed up to run the Boston Marathon for NSF.  Each had committed to raise $2500 and they exceeded their goals and raised almost $10,000.  The money will go to programs that NSF supports in the Newton Public Schools.  NSF would like to thank Anna and Holly for their dedication and commitment to training for the marathon and to the students in the Newton Public Schools.


Anna Ford                                      

NSF Raises $35,000 in March for Calculus Project

A generous donor once again donated $25,000 to the Calculus Project in the month of March.  The community responded and a total of $35,000 was raised as part of a match challenge. Since the project started in 2013, the Newton Public Schools has seen significant enrollment growth in high-level math among traditionally under-represented student groups:

  • Hispanic student enrollment has increased 70%
  • African-Americas student enrollment hsa tripled
  • Low-income student enrollment has increased