ROCKLAND — Superintendent Alan Cron is pleased to share that advanced art students at Rockland High School have an art exhibit currently on display at a local business.
RE/MAX Deluxe of Norwell is displaying the students’ work through March 16. The art exhibit is open to the public at RE/MAX Deluxe, 293F Washington St., Suite 1A, Norwell, during business hours, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The exhibit will also be open Saturday, March 9.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for our art students to experience having their artwork on display,” Superintendent Cron said. “Thank you to RE/MAX Deluxe and the South Shore Youth Foundation for making this opportunity possible, and for partnering with Rockland Public Schools to showcase our students’ art.”
Visitors to the exhibit are encouraged to cast a vote for their favorite artwork. The student with the winning piece of artwork will be awarded a $500 scholarship by the South Shore Youth Foundation.
The South Shore Youth Foundation was founded in 2014 by Lisa and Michael Garner, RE/MAX Deluxe owners and Rockland natives. The foundation provides financial assistance that covers registration fees for children to participate in sports, clubs and other after school activities without taking on a financial burden, and also provides funding to replace supplies to maintain quality local youth programming.