We will be awarding many awesome DOOR PRIZES at our first meeting of the year,
"Principals * Presidents * Pizza" online meeting Tue Oct 22, 2020.
Door Prizes will go to a Principal, a President, and each Highline PTA/PTSA who has identified a Reflections Chair for this school year are eligible for these Door Prizes; two ART KITS, custom Highline Reflections SHIRTS, and even a PIZZA!
YES Reflections is ON this year!
Highline Council Reflections Chair: Melissa.Ebbeson@gmail.com
WSPTA Reflections Chair: email@example.com
Reflections Artwork Deadline
Week of Dec 14, by appointment
15675 Ambaum Blvd SW
Burien, WA 98166
Reflections Ceremony Celebration
Check the WAStatePTA.org website for all updated info, Entry Packet forms and instructions on registering your school to participate.
The 2021 theme is "I Matter Because". The deadline to submit artwork to the Highline Council PTSA is before Winter Break begins, week of Dec 14 at ERAC. Please arrange a drop off time with this year's chair.
The Reflections Program is the National PTA Arts and Culture Competition. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works.
Please register your PTA on the National website. All PTA's must be registered on the national website in order to participate.
Young artists get involved in Reflections through their local PTA or PTSA. A student may submit an entry in any of six arts areas. Only original works of art are accepted. The six art areas are:
Literature -- works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, prose, drama, short stories and lyrics.
Music Composition -- original musical composition, with or without words.
Photography -- color or black and white, including techniques: photogram, retouched, montage, sandwich and multiple exposure.
Visual Arts -- drawing, painting in tempera, oil, acrylic, watercolor & t-shirt paints, computer generated art, two-dimensional collage, printmaking, needlework & leather tooling.
Film/Video -- original works, with or without sound, of animation, narrative, documentary, experimental or music video/film.
Choreography/Dance -- originally choreographed dance composition.
Participation in Reflections is organized by student age and grade levels. Student works are critiqued against others in the same grade division. This allows recognition and judging of artworks by appropriate developmental age and skill levels. The grade divisions are:
Primary -- Preschool - Grade 2
Intermediate -- Grades 3 - 5
Middle/Junior -- Grades 6 - 8
Senior -- Grades 9 - 12
All PTAs/PTSAs in good standing may sponsor the Reflections Program. Students may only submit entries through a PTA/PTSA. Parent groups not affiliated with the National PTA are not eligible to sponsor this program.
Special Artist Division
The National PTA special artist division is an option for students with a disability as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Generally, rules and guidelines within the special artists division are intended to ensure accessibility to the National PTA Reflections® program and are modeled after the guidelines outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Who qualifies as a disabled individual under the law?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines an individual with a disability as a person who:
(1) Has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities of that person;
(2) Has a record of such an impairment; or
(3) Is regarded as having such impairment.
Students who identify as having a disability have two ways to enter the National PTA Reflections® program.
Option 1. Enter in special artist division: Qualifying students entering this non-graded division create their own artwork, but may receive non-artistic accommodation and assistance from an adult. At the national level, one special artist from across all arts categories will be selected to receive an Outstanding Interpretation award. Up to five additional special artists may be selected to receive national Awards of Excellence.
Option 2. Enter in traditional grade divisions: Qualifying students follow all arts category rules, and may not receive assistance other than that which is allowed for all children, but do receive accommodation to submit Reflections entries in the grade division most closely aligned to their functional abilities. They are recognized and awarded prizes as part of the general student population without regard to special needs or challenges.
For more information on the Reflections program, click on the Reflections page of the Washington State PTA Website.
Please see Highline's 2019 Reflections entries:
Calvin McCumber from North Hill Elementary PTSA, received an Honorable Mention from the WA State PTA for his Reflections art submission in the Video Production art category. Congratulations Calvin!
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