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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Nashua principal Keith Richard to be honored for supporting the arts

Principal of Nashua High School South, Keith Richard, is receiving this year’s New Hampshire Art Educator’s Association award “Inside and Outside of the Profession Award for Outstanding Service.”

Maryanne Swegles, NHAEA Awards Chair, said Richard earned the award for his leadership in supporting the arts at South. Swegles said Richard’s participation at school arts events and his encouragement for students to become involved in art programs and classes at South speak to the importance he places on the arts. ...

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Principal of Nashua High School South, Keith Richard, is receiving this year’s New Hampshire Art Educator’s Association award “Inside and Outside of the Profession Award for Outstanding Service.”

Maryanne Swegles, NHAEA Awards Chair, said Richard earned the award for his leadership in supporting the arts at South. Swegles said Richard’s participation at school arts events and his encouragement for students to become involved in art programs and classes at South speak to the importance he places on the arts.

Richard will be honored next month at the NHAEA annual fall conference on Saturday, October 18 at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester. Registration for the conference is open through the first of October for art educators of any instruction level.

The NHAEA is a state-wide community of art educators promoting visual arts education. The organization sets up workshops and conferences to encourage networking, art advocacy and professional development for local art educators.

—Telegraph Staff