Maryland PTA 2019-2020 Reflections Honorees

Outstanding Interpretation of Theme 

Film Production – Intermediate

Opal Siegal, Bells Mill ES (If You Look Within a Book)
 
Photography – Intermediate

Jemmie Pollack, Bells Mill ES (Decomposition Position) 

Photography – High School

Bailey Herman, Winston Churchill HS (The Stifled Roar)

Visual Art – Intermediate

Mengtong (Angela) Xiang, Wayside ES (Who You Really Are)

Each of these pieces have moved on for adjudication

with the National PTA!


MD PTA Award of Excellence

Film Production – Middle School

Julianna Ruffner, Martin Luther King Jr MS (Look Behind the Mask)

Music Composition – Inter\mediate

Opal Siegal, Bells Mill ES (Within Myself)

MD PTA Award of Merit

Film Production – Middle School

Elani Bui, Martin Luther King Jr MS (Mindset)

Film Production – High School

Todd Zhou, Winston Churchill HS (Look Within My Grandma's World)

Photography – Intermediate

Riley Cypes, Bells Mill ES (BE-YOU-TIFUL)

Photography – Middle School

Tanisha Sharma, Martin Luther King Jr MS (Translucent)

Visual Art – Primary

Ella Si, Wayside ES (Delightful and Colorful)

Congratulations to all these wonderful artists!


PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity in the classroom and at home.

National PTA

See Flckr photo album of

2015-16 MCCPTA entries & winners

A Message From the Chair

Meet the Winners!


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 - NOMINATE for Special Ed Awards

 - NOMINATE for Achievement Awards 

 State Funding & Priorities (Kirwan)


In spite of all the social distancing and being away from schools - PTA Reflections goes on! We are very pleased to announce that 11 works by out students have been recognized at the state level, including four that have moved on to the National PTA adjudication! Here are the MD PTA Honorees from MCCPTA. 


While taking a moment to congratulate all these young people, I must also provide an update on the MCCPTA Reflections Showcase. Due to the restrictions on large gatherings in place across the state of Maryland, we will NOT be holding a MCCPTA Reflections Showcase on April 23rd. At this point it seems highly unlikely before May 15th. I am speaking with the VisArts Center and potentially looking at a date in early June. 

James Modrick
MCCPTA Vice President, Programs