EXETER — The design of a recent graduate of the Seacoast School of Technology has won the Association for Career and Technical Education’s (ACTE) annual student trophy design contest.
MEDWAY –Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to share that a group of Medway Middle School students won an award this Tuesday for an adaptive toy they designed for the annual Project Lead the Way Children’s Hospital Design Showcase.
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew wishes to remind residents that the Pentucket Building Committee is having a meeting next week.
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.
GROVELAND — At its first Design and Engineering Expo, Bagnall Elementary School united people of all ages from several communities around science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM).
Thanks to everyone who commented on Facebook, LinkedIn, and via instant message/email on the JGPR logo design process. I’ve worked with the artist on some edits — what do you all think of these choices: I still might nix the Latin and just write John Guilfoil Public Relations where the Latin is now, or put […]
I’m in the process of having a logo designed for JGPR that represents our work and commitment to those who serve others. So, it occurred to me to model the JGPR logo after a “patch” used by police and fire departments. After working with an artist who specializes in designing patches, we came up with […]