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Since 1993, Newton Kindergarten Soccer has been introducing children to soccer in a fun and non-competitive environment where girls and boys develop friendships, learn teamwork, and gain confidence. This program is a unique opportunity for children and families to become acquainted with others who are entering kindergarten in their neighborhood.
Each hour-long session includes a half hour of soccer games and exercises and then a half-hour scrimmage, run by our volunteer parent coaches. Kindergarten Soccer is held on Saturday mornings, at Oak Hill Field, located at 130 Wheeler Street in Newton Center. The program, held in the fall and spring, is open to all children enrolled in kindergarten in Newton, Massachusetts.
Kindergarten Soccer has ben run by the Zervas Elementary PTO.
BASCP plans to reopen in person in September 2021! Though the program may look different than before the pandemic, we recognize the importance of social-emotional learning, physical activity, and the creative process for school-aged children. We are committed to providing that and hope your children will join us. Please feel free to contact Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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You may have noticed the new Blue Zone signs at your school with the red “No Idling Per State Law” addition. Vehicle idling is when a driver leaves a vehicle running while it is parked. Idling increases the amount of harmful emissions a vehicle produces. Vehicle emissions are more concentrated at ground level where kids are standing—and breathing.
Children breathe more air per pound of body weight than do adults. For this reason, they take in proportionately higher “doses” of any pollutants, which enter their lungs and, in some cases, bloodstream. Children are more biologically vulnerable to pollution from idling vehicles and the child with the highest exposure to pollutants may be your own; in a line of idling vehicles, pollutant levels may also be elevated inside your vehicle as well as outside.
What can you do to protect your child’s health? For parents and caregivers at arrival and dismissal, it’s simple. If you will be waiting for more than 10 seconds, turn off the engine.
Remind other drivers to do the same.
Check out the flyer No Idling.
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NewtonSTEM.org publishes a weekly newsletter of announcements about Science/Tech/Engineering/Math relevant to Newton students, parents, teachers, and community volunteers.
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