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About the Event
LocationWinter Hill Community Innovation School
115 Sycamore St.
Join Mayor Joseph Curtatone, Ward 4 Alderman Jesse Clingan, and Superintendent of Schools Mary Skipper on Monday, September 10, at 10 a.m. for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Winter Hill Community Innovation School. The ribbon cutting will celebrate school improvements including roof, window and door replacement funded by the City and its partners at the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA), as well as the second phase of renovations to the schoolyard. Schoolyard renovations include 3 new playgrounds, an outdoor classroom, and a new basketball court. These renovations were funded by the Community Preservation Act and federal Community Development Block Grants. The playgrounds are the second and final phase of the renovations to the schoolyard. In 2017, the City cut the ribbon on a synthetic turf field at the corner of Evergreen Ave. and Thurston Ave, funded by the City. Both the field and playgrounds provide much needed renovated open space to the school and the surrounding neighborhood.
The ribbon cutting will be held in the schoolyard on Evergreen Ave., between Thurston St. and Sycamore St. For more information, contact Luisa Oliveria at [email protected].
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