Shoreline School District students honored at State PTA Reflections program

Saturday, April 1, 2023

“Gaia’s Playground”
Photograph by Natalie Lesh
Reflections® is a theme focused National PTA and Washington State PTA arts recognition program. 

The Reflections program celebrates student creativity and encourages school age youth to express themselves through the arts. 

Student art is judged first at the school level. Finalists from the school level then move on to the district level and then the state and national levels for judging. 

The theme this year was “Show Your Voice.”

The 2022-2023 Washington State PTA Reflections finalists have been announced.

Congratulations to the following student artists in our school district:

Geneva Betnal, Brookside Elementary School
Honorable Mention in the Dance Choreography category for Intermediate Elementary (grades 3-5)
Dance titled “Fly Away”

Desmond Wirkala-Bryant, Einstein Middle School
Honorable Mention in the Film Production category for Middle School (grades 6-8)
Film titled “Vocal Ascension”

Madeline Buker, Echo Lake Elementary School
Outstanding Interpretation in the Music Composition category for Primary Elementary (grades K-2)
Composition titled “The Tailwagger”

Natalie Lesh, Shorecrest High School
Honorable Mention in the Photography category for High School (grades 9-12)
Photograph titled “Gaia’s Playground”

Students receiving the Washington State Outstanding Interpretation award qualify for National PTA Reflections level judging and their submission has been forwarded to National PTA. 

Best wishes to student Madeline Bunker whose musical composition “The Tailwagger” will be moving on to be judged at the national level!
See her composition below!

All are invited to join in honoring this year's Reflections finalists 
by attending the

Washington State PTA Reflections Student Recognition Celebration
Thursday, April 27, 2023 from 6:30 - 8:00pm
Online/ virtual program

During the WSPTA Reflections Celebration award-winning students’ artwork will be shown with live hosts guiding attendees through activities and a live chat feature so the audience can congratulate students as their artwork is displayed. 

You must “reserve a spot” to view the online program. Free to register. For more information click here. To reserve a spot (free) click here


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