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Reflections program active at Paramount Elementary

March 28, 2011
  • Paramount Elementary School PTA Reflections Program participants include, front row, from left, Brandon Dillard, Brooks Aleshire, Zoe Johnston, Betsy Norgard, Brooke Glessner, Jaidan ODonoghue, Hayden Johnston, Anna-Sofia Jones, Anika Padha and Tyler Dillard. Back row: Kristina Norgard, Tim Mason, Caitlin Thumann, Abby Kane, Jonyia Glover, Abby Nigh, Jennet ODonoghue, Sebastian Lewis, Meagan Aleshire, Aaron Lindsey and Cole Thumann. Missing from photo: Carolyn Tang.
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Since 1969, the national PTA Reflections Program has encouraged students across the nation and in American schools overseas to explore their artistic talents.

The PTA Reflections Program is designed to enhance quality arts education for students in preschool through grade 12, encouraging them to create works of art in the areas of dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography and the visual arts.  More than 500,000 students participate through their local PTAs each year  — millions over the course of the program’s 40 years.

The Reflections Program helps parents encourage the creativity and lifelong learning of their children, and offers children recognition for their artistic endeavors.

Parents, teachers, and community members all play a critical role in providing a positive learning environment for children.

Supporting the PTA Reflections Program is one way you can increase student achievement, foster student talents, and promote the arts in your home, school and community.

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