Shoreline PTA Reflections Finalists move on to state competition

Monday, January 26, 2015

The Reflections Program is a National PTA 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, including dance/choreography, film production, musical composition, photography and visual arts. 

The theme for 2014-15 is “The World Would Be a Better Place If...”  More information on the PTA Reflections program here 

These Shoreline PTA Reflections Finalists advancing to the State Reflections Contest were honored at a reception Jan. 8 at Shoreline Center.

Primary School Dance (Pre-K through Grade 2)

Nova A. Bray-Saunders “The world would be a better place if we were free and we could dance” Meridian Park

Intermediate School Film (Grades 3-5)

Mahlia Dopps  “If Everyone Recycled” Brookside

Primary School Film (Pre-K through Grade 2)

Cassandra Chesnut  “World Mobile” Ridgecrest

Intermediate School Literature (Grades 3-5)

Eliana Megargee  “Better World” Meridian Park
Evelyn Chow “In My World”    Briarcrest
Flora Cummings “Beside Us” Brookside
Logan Vega “When People Can Fly” Parkwood
Melissa DeGrazia “Bad to Good” Meridian Park

Middle School Literature (Grades 6-8)

Malia Megargee “Ode to Class Insecta” Highland Terrace

Primary School Literature (Pre-K through Grade 2)

Elinor Cummings “A World of Freedom” Brookside
Jessica Saucedo “The World Would be a Better Place if We Respected Life” Echo Lake

High School Music Composition (Grades 9-12)

Roger Yung Cheng ”Set Me Free” Shorewood

Middle School Music Composition (Grades 6-8)

Malia Megargee “Earth's Creatures” Highland Terrace

Intermediate School Music Composition (Grades 3-5)

Hayley Josephine Berkman “Sounds Around Us:  Peaceful Sunny Day, The Blue Jay's Song and Merry-Go-Round”    Meridian Park
Noah Bender “The Tofu Factory” Ridgecrest
Tara Kathryn Hanks “The River” Lake Forest Park

High School Photography (Grades 9-12)

Jamie Walker “Hands Up” Shorewood
Sara Tieu “Waimea Canyon” Shorewood

Middle School Photography (Grades 6-8)

Athena Steffany Pentcholov “The world would be a better place if there was a cure” Einstein     
Joana Filipi “Elevated Friendship” Highland Terrace    
Samantha Combs “Leaps and Bounds” Einstein

Intermediate School Photography (Grades 3-5)

Aaron Lee “Food Sac” Meridian Park
Hannah Woodard “Love Earth” Echo Lake
Madelyn Sokolowski “Spill of Art part 2” Briarcrest

High School Visual Arts (Grades 9-12)

Akiera Wood “The World Would be better off if...” Shorecrest
Ripley Kahler “Lost Voice” Shorecrest
Wendy Luu “Protection” Shorecrest

Intermediate School Visual Arts (Grades 3-5)

Elias Foreman “Resource Hydra” Highland Terrace
Elizabeth Howlett “Kindness, not violence” Lake Forest Park
Hannah Walsh “The World Would be a Better Place if everybody had a Home” Brookside
Iris Brown “My Home is my Castle” Brookside
Jakub (Kuba) Howell “The Plant Car” Cascade K-8

Middle School Visual Arts (Grades 6-8)

Elma Lu “Masks” Einstein    
Emily Nguyen “A glimpse of hope” Einstein    
Malia Megargee “Persevere” Highland Terrace

Primary School Visual Arts (Pre-K through Grade 2)

Aidan Liu “Let's Clean the Streets” Brookside
Jake Robertson “Do Not Litter, It Hurts the Frogs” Syre
Malaina Mirabueno “Nature” Syre
Riley N. Shi “Peace” Briarcrest        

Special Artist Visual Arts (All Grades)

Forrest Neander “If Love Came First” Einstein


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