Board to vote on new graphic design program
NASHUA - The school district plans to launch a revised and updated graphic design program as part of its Career and Technical Education program.
The Board of Education will vote tonight on a proposal to spend $129,750 to overhaul the district's graphic design program, which has been on hiatus for the past year. Board members will also vote on a long list of end-of-the-year budget transfers and several other major expenditures, including technology upgrades, professional development programs and the busing contract.
CTE directors and advisors for the new graphics design program said the furniture is part of creating a new design center that can compete with other area programs...“If we want to attract students, it might be worth the expenditure,” said Board of Education chairman George Farrington.
Currently 18 students are enrolled in the new design program with four students coming from other communities...Finance Committee members Stephen Haas and Kimberly Muise voted to recommend spending $129,750 to the full Board of Education which will make the final call at Monday night's meeting at 7 p.m. at Nashua High North...email@example.com..