Community Bulletin Board
Last updated Nov 25, 2019. To post a free community announcement here, email "heathptonews [at] gmail.com"
Wed Dec 4, 6-8pm, Heath Night @ Brookline Booksmith
Heath Holiday Fundraiser @ Booksmith
- Come do your holiday shopping at Brookline Booksmith on Dec 4!
- 20% of all Sales will be generously donated by the Brookline Booksmith to the Heath PTO, and those funds will support your children's classrooms and school environment.
- Heath Teachers' Wishlists will also be available, so you can find that special book for that special teacher, along with bookplates for your child to personally inscribe a note for his/her/their teacher.
- Heath Storytelling Open-Mic: 6:15-7:15pm - Heath students, come share a 5 minute story of suspense, adventure, exploration, and discovery with a live audience! Sign up here: https://bit.ly/36OEwxG by Friday, November 29.
Tues Jan 14, 2020 @ 6-8pm, Heath Auditorium
'Executive Functioning Skills Training in Brookline Public Schools' Parent Info Event
Everyone is welcome to hear more about how Brookline Public Schools are starting to implement skills training in executive functioning for our students. Heath School is currently rolling out training, thanks to a grant from the Heath PTO, and other schools are considering similar programs. This info-packed two hour session will be led by Kristen Jacobsen, MS CCC-SLP, a trained speech-language pathologist who is Co-Director at the Cognitive Connections Executive Function Practice. Executive function skills is a term used to describe difficulties associated with goal setting, carrying out organized steps and modifying a plan to complete a task successfully. These skills are built on the ability to learn from past experiences and apply that knowledge in new experiences. Attention, memory, impulse control, organization, planning, and hierarchical thinking problems often described by parents and teachers are the executive function difficulties that can interfere with an individual’s ability to succeed at school. NOTE: Based on interest in past events, this event may be standing-room only, so we recommend arriving early to grab a seat!
To post a free community announcement here, email "heathptonews [at] gmail.com"
- Tuesday, December 10
- Tuesday, December 17
- Friday, January 10
- Tuesday, January 14
- Friday, February 7
- Saturday, February 29
- Thursday, March 5
Why support your PTO?
The Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) is a parent-run group that organizes and funds dozens of initiatives and enrichment programs for our children at Heath. Join other parents in helping make your child's school an excellent one!