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June Newsletter

  Newton Learning Center Northern Nevada Cullen and Thomas - Your NLC family is so PROUD of you!!! Way to go! Cullen - Shining Star Angel and Samuel - Most Improved Academics Joseph - Most Impressive Personal Growth Newton Learning Center Pine Hill School San Jose GRADUATES Aaron Barbour David Mussard CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION Bradlee [...]

An Educated Taste For Autism

Join the Autism Coalition of Nevada for a wine and food event at Dolan Lexus on July 13, 2018! Proceeds will help benefit Newton Northern Nevada! Click here for more information or to puchase tickets now!  

CAMP NEWTON

Camp Newton will offer three 1-week S.T.E.A.M. summer camp programs for 2018 designed specifically for children diagnosed on the higher end of the Autism Spectrum as well as non-diagnosed children with similar disabilities. Camp Newton sessions incorporate creativity, problem solving, and collaboration. Each day will have a unique theme for students to explore and learn. Here is [...]

Second Start Learning Disabilities Programs, Inc. elects Bob Cole as chair

   For immediate release: April 12, 2018 Second Start Learning Disabilities Programs, Inc. elects Bob Cole as chair Ira Gostin exits SAN JOSE, Cal. –  Second Start Learning Disabilities Programs, Inc. Board of Directors has elected Bob Cole as chair. Cole will succeed Ira Gostin, who stepped down in March for personal reasons. Cole is [...]

Newton Learning Center celebrates Autism Awareness Month with Reno Aces

For immediate release: April 3, 2018 Newton Learning Center celebrates Autism Awareness Month with Reno Aces Student Briana Ward throws out first pitch RENO, Nev. –  Newton Learning Center celebrates Autism Awareness Month with their 5th annual Reno Aces Night Friday, April 6, versus the Fresno Grizzlies. Tenth grader, Briana Ward, will throw out the [...]

March Newsletter

  In Newton Northern Nevada's Elementary Social Thinking class, the students have been learning about “I” messages and how this strategy can help in their conversations with others. An “I” message is a style of communication that focuses on the feelings or beliefs of the speaker, rather than thoughts and characteristics that the speaker attributes [...]