Superintendent Paul Zinni and Principal Lisa Mobley are pleased to share that the King Philip Regional High School National Art Honor Society (NAHS) received a grant from the Wrentham Cultural Council to purchase drawing tablets.
HULL — Fifth grade students at Jacobs Elementary School are using their creativity to contribute to a meaningful art installation this school year, in partnership with local artist Carolyn Lewenberg.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to share that Whittier Tech students have completed a large metal statue of the school’s mascot, a wildcat, that will be featured in the school’s float at the Haverhill VFW Santa Parade on Sunday.
The Rochester Public Library will display the work of local artist Suzanne Pretty throughout the month of July.
Medway Public Schools Invites Parents, Residents to Attend Series of Upcoming Arts and Music Festivals
MEDWAY –Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to announce that Medway Public Schools has several arts and music festivals scheduled this May and June and is inviting all parents and residents to attend.
Library Director Brian Sylvester is pleased to announce that the Rochester Public Library will exhibit student artwork throughout the coming month.
Stratham Memorial School Students Create Murals with Local Artist to Celebrate Building’s 30th Anniversary
STRATHAM — To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Stratham Memorial School, students worked with a local artist to create several tile murals that will be displayed outside the building.
Principal Lisa Mobley and Fine Arts Teacher Shannon Cress are pleased to announce that, for the seventh year in a row, King Philip Regional High School students participated in the Memory Project, creating portraits for disadvantaged children around the world.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School senior Alexis Zitomer received a Distinguished Scholars Award this winter from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
EXETER — Principal Margaret Callahan is pleased to announce that Kristine Groleau, Digital Media Arts teacher at Seacoast School of Technology, earned a spot as a presenter at this year’s National Art Education Association conference for her innovative teaching strategy.