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Green Students Movement

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Recorded: Virtual Parent Coffee with Superintendent David Fleishman

Please watch the Superintendent Coffee that was recorded April 29, 2019.

Superintendent David Fleishman and Newton School Committee member(s) will host a virtual coffee for the Brown community this Wednesday, April 29 at 8:30 am. Dr. Fleishman will discuss ongoing plans for distance learning, other NPS initiatives and be available to answer questions on topics of interest to the Brown community. 




Dear Brown Middle School Community Members,

In this uncertain and challenging time for all families, we want to reach out to families in the Brown community that are in need of additional support and resources.

We also know there are many people, including teachers, staff and Brown community families, who are looking for ways to be of assistance. Below is a form, specific to Brown, to help people looking for help and people able to offer it.

If you would like to provide financial support for these efforts, we’ve also set up a separate fund within the PTO and included a donation link below. All donations will go directly to Brown Middle School families in need.

Also listed here are other community supports and ways to be of assistance.



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Your name will only be visible to the group facilitators.

Want to help support these efforts?


Please know we are thinking of all families, teachers and staff at this time and will continue to look for ways to be of support. Please email us at with any questions.

Centre Street Food Pantry

11 Homer Street, Newton Center


Newton Food Pantry

1000 Commonwealth Avenue (City Hall)


Arabic Food Pantry

187 Church Street, Newton Corner


Boston resident students will be able to access the city’s food resources:

Project Bread (1-800-645-8333) will be able to support families in need, especially if you are unable to go to work.

Coronavirus Resources:

Newton HHS: As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, it’s important to have up-do-date information from trusted sources. The Newton Department of Health and Human Services is maintaining a useful COVID-19 website with a Coronavirus Q & A, as well as links to the latest local, state and CDC news and recommendations. Check this site regularly, as it will have the most current updates and alerts for our schools and our community.

Also check out the Brown Helping Brown page if you need assistance (all communications are private and confidential) or would like to offer to help.

Click Here for the City’s 2020-21 School Re-Opening Page for up to date information regarding this upcoming school year.

Nominate a Good Cause for The Giving Project

The Giving Project is back! Inspired by Brown English teacher Becky Cohen, the Giving Project is a special community event that brings families from Brown and Oak Hill together over a delicious meal while raising awareness and funds for some of the many charities supported by our students and faculty.

Students and faculty are invited to nominate non-profit organizations they support, along with a brief summary of why they support it. Nominations are due Thursday, April 9. The nominations are then shared with both the Brown and Oak Hill communities, and 5 charities are selected to be showcased at our Giving Project Potluck Dinner on Thursday, May 7th. The funds raised at the dinner are then shared among the 5 charities. We can’t wait to hear about the charity or cause that inspires you! Click here to nominate an organization today!