- Wednesday, September 25th
- NHS Auditorium
- 7:00 p.m.
Dr. Naylor has a doctorate in sports psychology, is on the faculty at BU, in private practice, and works with elite junior athletes, collegiate athletes, Olympic and professional athletes.
He will briefly target:Raising A Student Athlete: Supporting Towards Excellence
* What are your goals and how do you continue to develop them?
* Overview of sports being confusing (tryouts, not enough teams, etc.)
* Time for Q & A
* Not making a team--what's acceptable? Encouraging the community to deal with it together.
* Where is the opportunity for next year?
* How do I navigate all this (and school...life...etc.)?Parents are invited and are encouraged to bring their students in grades 7-12, as well.
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2. Wilson Middle School is seeking volunteers for its Laps after Lunch program.Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, four parents are needed each day from 10:45 a.m.-12:25 p.m.
Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, four parents are needed each day from 10:45 a.m.-12:25 p.m.
You can volunteer on a weekly or rotating basis.
3. Kennedy Middle School's eighth grade will host activities from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Sept. 11 to honor this date. The class will honor the work of public safety personnel, have a discussion panel about the events of that day, and celebrate and study Phillipe Petit's historic tightrope walk between the WTC towers in 1974.
There will be two physical stations in which students will participate - a Natick police obstacle course, and another station where students will be carrying a fire hose upstairs to appreciate the physical fitness needed by firefighters.
As part of the second station, students will replicate Petit's stringing, and walking on his tightrope (on the ground).
A third station will be a discussion panel, and a fourth station will have students viewing clips from the documentary, Man on Wire.
4. It's picking season at Lookout Farm in South Natick. Here's what's available:
- Golden Delicious Apples
- Gala Apples.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy start with a passing shower, otherwise milder with some breaks of afternoon sun. More humid with temps from 75-80.
Wednesday: Summer makes a comeback! Hazy sunshine, hot and humid with high in the lower 90s!
Thursday: Warm & muggy with scattered t-storms after 4pm--including the Patriots home opener at night. Highs in the low to mid 80s.