The Eliot School hosted night two of their 10th annual “Evening for Education” at Trattoria di Monica on Sunday, November 17 to raise money for the Eliot’s play-based learning initiative, EPIC: Eliot Play. Innovate. Create.
The EPIC methodology ensures the cognitive development of students through equitable and accessible hands-on learning opportunities. Currently, EPIC offerings include woodworking, podcasting, stop-motion animation and more. Fundraising from “Evening for Education” will support fab lab /maker spaces at each of the three schools and a full-time fellow from NuVu Studios to facilitate studio-based programs and project-based curriculum in these spaces.
This was the first year the Eliot hosted an Evening for Education over two nights, allowing more Eliot families and community members to participate. The first event was held on November 10 at il Molo.
The Eliot School expressed a special thank you to Pat and Frankie Mendoza and their families for their generosity in hosting an Evening for Education at Trattoria di Monica. The school also thanked 90 + Cellars, Michelle and Kevin Mehra, Accardi Foods, Bianco and Sons Sausage, Brelundi by Carmelo, Commercial Lobster, Gordon Food Service, Horizon Beverages, Martignetti Complanies, Musco Food Corporation.
The Eliot shared a huge shout out and thank you to the generosity of Matt Conti at NorthendBoston.com and NorthendWaterfront.com, Collin Yip from RAFI Properties, Saint Anthony’s Society, Rosales and Partners Architects and The Leo Group. A special thank you and “shout out” to the Eliot School fabulous families and caring community members for their unwavering generosity, and of course Mrs. Jennifer McGivern for once again coordinating this successful event.
All photos courtesy of the Eliot School.