Shoreline students win awards at State PTA Reflections arts contest

Monday, March 14, 2011

"Together we can make a happy city" by Maki Nakano.

Wednesday, March 9, the Washington State PTA announced the 2010-11 state Reflections Awards Winners which included three students from Shoreline schools.

The Reflections Program is a National PTA and WSPTA cultural arts competition. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works.

This year's theme was "Together We Can". Each student's entry went through judging at their local PTA then at the District Council level before moving onto the state competition. Outstanding Interpretation winners in each category move onto the National PTA competition.

Literature - Primary
Award of Merit: Malia Megargee, “Ruby and Rex and their new friend”,
Highland Terrace PTA 6.12.25, Shoreline

Music Composition - Primary
Award of Excellence: Karen Haining, "Moonlight & Sunshine Reverie,"
Ridgecrest Elementary PTA 6.10.60, Shoreline.

Visual Arts - Intermediate
Award of Excellence: Maki Nakano, "Together we can make a happy city,"
Melvin G. Syre Elementary PTA 6.12.70, Shoreline.


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