Nashoba Marketing State’s Ed Efforts
Students in the Design & Visual Communications program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford are working with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on a marketing campaign to promote the state’s public-school teachers. The marketing and advertising effort, called “aMAzing Educators,” focuses on the ways teachers have a positive impact on the lives of their students and the community, both inside the classroom and out. DESE has created a website for the campaign, www.mass.gov/amazingeducators , and invites people to share stories of teachers who have made a difference in their lives.
Top photo: DESE Commissioner Jeffrey Riley with Nashoba Tech students, from left, Shenoah Kendall (Townsend), Alyssa Mayer (Pepperell), Breanna Gutheil (Littleton), Jillian Grady (Chelmsford), Nathaniel Psilopoulos (Chelmsford) and Adam Kubasti (Chelmsford).
Bottom photo: A billboard designed by Nashoba Tech students stands along a major Massachusetts highway. COURTESY PHOTOS