Reflections

 
Congratulations to all our 2018-2019 NFES PTA Reflections participants. We were able to gather on the evening of Monday, November 19 to celebrate everyone’s exceptional effort and the inspiring art work submitted by students from Kindergarten through Fifth grade.  Congratulations to all our winners:

 

Dance, Intermediate Division Winners:

Award of Excellence: Jordyn D.

Award of Merit:  Ashlyn C.

Honorable Mention: Laura F.

 

Film Projection, Intermediate Division Winner:

Award of Excellence: Heath W.

 

Literature, Primary Division Winner:

Award of Excellence: Delaney S.

 

Literature, Intermediate Division Winners:

Award of Excellence:  Aditya B.

Award of Merit:  Mary Caroline P.

Honorable Mention:  Braydon H.

 

Music Composition, Primary Division Winner:

Award of Excellence: Luke S.

 

Photography, Primary Division Winners:

Award of Excellence:  Andrew B.

Award of Merit:  Claire T.

 

Photography, Intermediate Division Winners:

Award of Excellence:  Jenny D.

Award of Merit:  Katie M.

Honorable Mention:  Mallory L.

 

Visual Arts, Primary Division Winners:

Award of Excellence:  Claire S.

Award of Merit: Caitlyn C.

Honorable Mention:  Peter M.

 

Visual Arts, Intermediate Division Winners:

Award of Excellence:  Sierra C.

Award of Merit:  Sumra J.

Honorable Mention:  Noah C.

 

Visual Arts, Special Needs Division Winner

Award of Excellence:  Jireh K.

 

A special thanks goes out to all the parents and staff members who came together to make this project possible:

 

Mrs. Metzger, Mrs. Childress, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. De Nijs, Mrs. Glisson, Mrs. Jenny Glover, Mrs. Jessi VonBank, Mrs. Celia Barrett, Mrs. Leslie Chowning, Mrs. Courtney May, Mrs. Becca Kutz, Mrs. Anne Whyte, Mrs. Meaghan Belair, Mrs. Ali Barron, Mrs. Deb Harper, Mrs. Brandy Burnett, Mrs. Amy Lawson, and Mrs. Ragen Curtin

 

All students who received an Award of Excellence had their projects turned into the Henrico County Council of PTA’s to be judged along with winners from around Henrico County. County winners will be announced in February and all families are invited to attend the ceremony, so we will be posting more information about the ceremony as it becomes available. Thank you again to the Nuckols Farm Elementary School PTA for supporting such a worthy art project. The next theme will also be announced in February so stay tuned for more information.

 

Program Background 

In 1969, Colorado’s PTA President Mary Lou Anderson developed the first Reflections program to encourage students to explore their talents and express themselves by giving positive recognition for their artistic efforts.  Since that time, millions of students have benefited from the program.

 

The program is designed to enhance quality arts education for students in Pre-K through grade 12. As participants in the program, students are encouraged to create works in various art categories.

 

Students submit artwork to Local PTAs. Works are judged by Local PTAs and the winning entries advance to the Council, District, and/or State PTA round, depending on the State structure. Top entries from each State PTA Reflections contest advance to National PTA for the final round of judging.

 

Each Spring, PTA districts present state winners with Certificates and Ribbons for Excellence in each grade division and category as well as Awards of Merit for in each grade division and category.  There are also Outstanding Interpretation winners in each grade division and category that are recognized at the Virginia PTA’s Annual Conference with certificates and medals.

 

Each June, National PTA awards 6 outstanding Interpretations awards, 3 Awards of Excellence for each category in each division and 5 Awards of Merit for each category in each division.

 

 

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