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The Eliot K-8 Innovation School held it’s 10th annual An Evening for Education on Sunday, November 20, 2016 at North End’s, Il Molo restaurant.  The generosity of the Donato Frattaroli family welcomed over 100 community and family supporters of the school to sample delicious culinary treats, complimented by fantastic wines donated by Kevin and Michelle Mehra and 90+ Cellars.

As always, the event was a blast, showcasing the Eliot’s strong, caring community.  This year, An Evening for Education kicked off the Eliot’s Annual Appeal, with a focus on funding S.T.E.A.M. programs.  These Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) initiatives will ensure that all of the Eliot’s scientists and designers are prepared for 21st Century jobs.  The Eliot is excited to help students and teachers continue to establish opportunities for innovative learning that apply to student’s everyday lives.

The evening raised over $100,000, ensuring the Eliot continues to provide cutting-edge educational opportunities for all its students.  The Eliot is thankful for its community supporters Mr. Collin Yip, MSA Mortgage,  Northendwaterfront.com  and NorthEndBoston.com, the Previte family, Dan Toscano, Councilor Sal LaMattina, State Representative Aaron Michlewitz and all who supported the school on this night.

The Eliot K-8 Innovation School is truly thankful for all of the community members and families that help support our school every day.

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