Mayfair is less than three weeks away, and we need your help!
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It is that time of year... PTO Elections! Deadline VP nominations is Friday, May 8th.
Would you like to make an impact on your child's educational experience? Get to know parents, teachers and staff at Heath School? Expand your skill set and challenge yourself in new and different ways? Learn more about the Brookline School District? Have fun and make friends, while at the same time giving back to the community? If so, you may be a perfect candidate for the Heath School PTO Vice President/ Secretary!
See below for more info:
OPEN MUSIC CLASSES ARE COMING UP!!!
K-4 Open classes are an opportunity for parents, families and friends to join Heath students in music class. Please check your calendar now so you can join us on your child's assigned date below. Children love sharing their music learning with their loved ones and it is important that every child has someone there to celebrate his/her successes!
Meet at Amory Park for this annual community event. Choose from two routes: Beacon Street Loop for ages 8 – 88+ who have reliable bikes and the ability and energy to tackle the long hill through Coolidge Corner at a steady pace. 5 miles. Cottage Farm Loop for younger cyclists (accompanied by an adult) and novices. NO TRAINING WHEELS, please. 1.5 – 3 miles.
Party in the Park starts at 11:30 am with bike shop safety checks, bike-safety giveaways, DJ music, food to buy, community displays, Hubway membership raffle, and a bicycle raffle!
Parade starts promptly at 1 pm. Followed by free popsicles!
Go to http://brooklinebikes.org/Parade.html for more information and to register.
It's fun! It's free! It's family-friendly! It's five miles! It's five hundred bikes!
Our kids have questions about their bodies, puberty, relationships and sexual decision-making, and research shows that they want to get answers from their parents. No matter how well the schools educate our kids, they still need to hear about values and sexuality from us to support making healthy, safe and well-informed choices. Planned Parenthood's acclaimed Let's Be Honest is a free, interactive workshop and community conversation designed to help middle school parents/caregivers create an environment of trust and comfort in talking with their children about sex and sexuality. By providing parents with useful strategies, information, and resources, this lively, refreshingly direct program empowers parents to feel comfortable and competent as their children's primary sexuality educators. Talking points range from understanding puberty and promoting healthy relationships to managing peer pressure and media influences. Bring your questions and your curiosity and join us for what promises to be an engaging, eye-opening conversation. Participants will receive a free book and resource packet.
Parents can choose from two different dates that this program will be held:
May 19, 7-8:30 p.m., Lawrence School Auditorium, https://519.eventbrite.com/
May 27, 7-8:30 p.m., Baker School Auditorium, https://527.eventbrite.com/