MONTROSE, N.Y. -- Jessica Nash, an art teacher at Hendrick Hudson High School in Montrose, wanted to spark student interest in art and did so by designing a "digital studio" in her classroom.
Nash's studio was so successful, the Hendrick Hudson Community Educational Foundation provided a grant on Wednesday, Sept. 10. Students now will have the use of brand new equipment, including computers, digital cameras, lighting and a large format printer.
Foundation President Beth Gruber met with Nash for a certificate presentation acknowledging the Foundation’s contribution to the school.
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