Thursday, March 21, 2013
On Jan. 22, Jennie Moore Elementary in Mount Pleasant held the PTA Reflections.org Art Contest Awards Ceremony.
Karen Felder, Principal, and Susan Fitz, AP, proudly presided over the ceremony announcing the finalists. All the aspiring artists who submitted entries were celebrated for their original creations in six art categories. The promising prodigies shook hands with The PTA Reflections Chair, Dr. Elizabeth Dillon as they received their ribbons, awards certificates and special mementos. The event was a success, filled with parents, teachers, friends and art enthusiasts who attended the ceremony to encourage and cheer on the budding young artists. It was a great opportunity for the kids to combine fun and recognition in the ARTS.
Reflections Winners are divided in Primary (four-k-second grades) and Intermediate (third-fifth grades).
Dance Choreography: Rose Di-Mambro-Dillon and Lena Matthews
Film Production: Cameron Sebuck and Isabella House
Literature: Legare Jenkins and O’Malley Jenkins
Musical Composition: Rose Di-Mambro-Dillon and Kenna Howley
Photography: Cille Wren and Jolie Crunelle
Visual Arts: Sarah Mason and Kenna Howley
The JME First places through Honorable Mentions 1 and 2 qualified to compete at the District level. This includes all the schools in Charleston County. On March 23, at 11 a.m., the PTA Reflections Charleston County Awards Ceremony will be celebrated at A. E. Burns Elementary School in North Charleston. The selected winners from Charleston County will subsequently enter to compete in the state contest with those winners advancing to the ultimate PTA National Reflections Art Competition.
In its 40 year history, the Reflections Art Program has encouraged millions of students across the Nation to explore, develop and pursue their artistic talents. PTA believes that all children deserve a quality Arts Education. For more info, please visit www.PTAReflections.org.
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