Keep Newton a part of your life
Welcome back. This portion of our website has been created to help keep you in touch with your classmates as well as the school today.
Alumnae stay connected in many ways. Some of the activities in which alumnae are involved include assisting with reunion, assisting a senior with her senior project, volunteering to be a class reporter, helping with the Annual Fund, or working on a service project to name just a few.
Representing nearly 2,000 Newton alumnae around the world, the Alumnae Association keeps our graduates in touch with one another and involved in the life of our school. The Association organizes alumnae reunions, regional gatherings, and invites members to traditions and events at school throughout the year. We share your successes and stories with our community, maintaining a vital link between the life of the School and the busy, fascinating lives of our graduates. Stay in touch through the Class Notes section of Très Bien. You are always welcome and encouraged to visit the campus. If you have questions about how to get involved, please feel free to contact the Alumnae Office at 617-244-4246 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receptions and Reunions
Newton alumnae are active members of the ongoing life of the School. Join us for receptions, celebrations, traditions, and reunions throughout the year. For news on upcoming events at the School, please visit Reunions and Alumnae Events.
Throughout the year, community service days are reserved for NCDS students, parents, faculty, staff and alumnae at Cradles to Crayons, Community Servings and the Paulist Center. If you would like to participate in one of the upcoming service events this month, please contact Anne Theriault (x4727) to receive more information.
Saturday, October 13: Cradles to Crayons (10a.m.-12p.m.)
Cradles to Crayons partners with social service agencies to provide low-income and homeless children (from birth to pre-teen) the basic essentials that include gently used clothing, school supplies, books and toys. Our role is to sort through clothing and toys at the gift factory. All ages welcome.
Wednesday, October 17: Paulist Center Supper Club (4:30-7p.m.)
The Paulist Center Wednesday Night Supper Club is a community that gathers to serve those who are hungry in Boston. The community strives to serve "one hot, tasty and nutritious meal" to each guest. Our role is to help serve the food and be a welcoming presence to all who come. Volunteers should be 15 years and older.
Supporting Newton Country Day School
The Alumnae Association collaborates with our graduates to find diverse ways in which they can support the School through service as well as financial contributions. Support from alumnae, parents, and friends helps to cover the gap between the income generated by tuition and the costs of a Sacred Heart education. Newton also seeks gifts from foundations, corporations, and matching gift companies. The Founders Society recognizes donors who include the school in their estate plans. Please e-mail email@example.com or call the Development Office with your questions and suggestions (617-244-4246).