November 25, 2020

Fun Filled Educational Fundraiser Hosted By Education Now 2.0 The Winter Festival Now

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Hamilton, Ma – February 27th, 2020 - Education Now 2.0 Incorporated (EN2.0), a Middleton based 501(c)3 non-profit organization hosted their annual Winter Festival Now fundraiser event in Hamilton, Massachusetts.

EN2.0’s Winter Festival Now is an annual fundraiser event hosted by Education Now 2.0 Inc. The Community House in South Hamilton, Ma generously granted EN2.0 the use of their space for the event. The night included various tapas and entertainment as well as a silent auction. The night was marked by student involvement. The musical sets were performed by two local high school students coming from Marshfield, MA. The night’s MC was another high schooler hailing from Newbury, Massachusetts. Madeline Nagler, EN2.0’s college intern, also put together a fantastic video of EN2.0’s works.

EN2.0 has authored an original interdisciplinary, PBL and STEAM curriculum titled ‘Tiny tiny Houses Now’ (TtHN). The curriculum package is intended for middle school students and has a strong focus on civics. There is also an associated ‘Tiny tiny Houses Now’ scholastic competition in which teams of students apply the knowledge they have learned to build scaled down models of tiny houses. EN2.0 is also in an ongoing collaboration with The New Millennium School (NMS) of Kathmandu, Nepal. The collaboration between the NMS and EN2.0 has allowed for web-driven cultural exchange between both students and teachers of the NMS and schools here in the US partnered with EN2.0. EN2.0 will also be running a week long workshop at the NMS in Kathmandu this summer.
Education Now 2.0 Inc. is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit. EN2.0 is dedicated to global stewardship through education. EN2.0’s work focuses on educational enrichment and outreach programs both locally and internationally.

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