The PTO would like to thank the Kindergarten parents for setting up a delicious spread for our First Friday Coffee. It was very well attended and we shared valuable information about the PTO budget and how our Annual Appeal funds are being spent. We would also like to thank the teachers who took time out of their schedules to tell us about some of the projects that the Annual Appeal has funded. We were fortunate to have Mark Goldner, Chari Dalsheim, Colleen Carney and Lauren Stewart at the meeting. They did a wonderful job of presenting their projects to the parents. We look forward to our next First Friday coffee on November 6th.
Please join us for the first diversity committee meeting of the year.
Who: YOU! Everyone is welcome to join us!
When: 8:05 am (right after drop off) Friday October 30th
Where: Heath School Cafeteria
What: The Heath School Diversity committee is committed to creating a learning environment that prepares students to become contributing members of a multicultural and interconnected society. The diversity committee initiates and supports efforts that enable the Heath community to become an increasingly diverse, inclusive and humanistic learning community.
Mother's Out Front Brookline is hosting a community discussion at KooKoo Cafe in Brookline Village, on Monday, October 19th, 8-9:30am. All are welcome. This is our chance to discuss how we in Brookline can do something to alter the course of Climate change. Community Choice Aggregation in Brookline will be the hot topic of this next coffee hour.
The Heath Book Fair is coming soon! New and used books will be for sale in the library the week of October 26. The PtO is currently collecting used books in the lobby.
Family night is Thursday, October 29 and features storytelling by our Principal, mask decorating, bookplate and bookmark making.
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Understanding Our Differences will hold its 4th Annual Family Book Event on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at Newton South High School Auditorium. The featured author is Lynda Mullaly Hunt, who will talk about and sign her New York Times bestselling middle grade novel, Fish In A Tree. The book is about a girl with learning disabilities who discovers that great minds don't always think alike. Admission is free for children and NPS teachers and staff. Requested donation at the door is $10 for adults. Online registration for this author conversation and book signing is required and is now open at: