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MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012
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MCCPTA Reflections 2011 2012

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MCCPTA Reflections Award of Excellence Photography and Visual Arts Entries for 2011-12. …

MCCPTA Reflections Award of Excellence Photography and Visual Arts Entries for 2011-12.
Designed to enhance rather than replace a quality arts education, the PTA® Reflections ProgramSM provides opportunities for students to express themselves and to receive positive recognition for their artistic efforts.
2011-2012 Reflections Program Theme: "Diversity Means..."

PTA believes all children deserve a quality arts education and encourages students to pursue artistic expression through participation in its annual arts Reflections Program. The program offers students the opportunity to create works of art for fun and recognition. Students in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create and submit works of art in six areas: dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography, and the visual arts (which includes art forms such as drawing, painting, print making, and collage). For more than 40 years, the program has encouraged millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas to create works of art. The Reflections Program was started in 1969 by then Colorado PTA President Mary Lou Anderson. www.ptareflections.org

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  • 1. Photography & Visual ArtsAward of Excellence Recipients“Diversity Means…”MCCPTA REFLECTIONS 2011-12
  • 2. Alexander Lindsay- Snow RaindropsPotomac Elementary School
  • 3. Daniela Martinez - Shape of KidsCandlewood Elementary School
  • 4. Ella Tzeng - Piano PlayersCold Spring Elementary School
  • 5. Jack Bobo - The Diversity of AnimalsMaryvale Elementary School
  • 6. Bilal Zafar- It’s OK to Be DifferentPotomac Elementary School
  • 7. Feroz Campbell – Diversity Means aCollector’s Dream Travilah Elementary School
  • 8. Derek Mizushima, Urban BuildingsCold Spring Elementary School
  • 9. Maxwell Maynard, Black and White inColor, Eastern Middle School
  • 10. Anua Mayer – Diversity Means Being True toOurselves Roberto Clemente Middle School
  • 11. Charin Khan – Eye am UniverseHoover Middle School
  • 12. Aparna Kaliappan - Many Nations,One Goal, Clarksburg High School
  • 13. Viviana Santini - Scattered ApplesQuince Orchard High School
  • 14. Ariana Yeatts-Lonske - WingsWootton High School
  • 15. Amberly Wu, - Girl Trying to Learn to Flyfrom a Duck Potomac Elementary School
  • 16. Kiera Foley - A Cat Under the RainbowLittle Bennett Elementary School
  • 17. Kanish Ihsan - Diversity Means Colors inHarmony, Seven Locks Elementary School
  • 18. Tongtong Ye, Come and Learn about EachOther’s Culture, Farmland Elementary School
  • 19. Aya Hatashima - Working Together Even inDiversity, Beverly Farms Elementary School
  • 20. Eden Max – What Medium are You?Bells Mill Elementary School
  • 21. Simin Li - The Beauty of Diversity,Robert Frost Middle School
  • 22. Catherine Allen - Diversity MeansWorking Through Our DifferencesRocky Hill Middle School
  • 23. Elizabeth Lambert - The Faces of DiversityEastern Middle School
  • 24. Alice-Yanhong Lu - A Diverse Universe,Wootton High School
  • 25. Catherine Chang - Color in Our World,Wootton High School
  • 26. Rosalyn Wu - Unity of AllPoolesville High School

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