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 THE THEME FOR 2019-2020 is


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 Reflections Registration 


Overview 

Reflections, a National PTA Program to promote the arts. Please consider having your PTA participate. Information will be emailed to your designated Reflections Chairs and will be found on our state website (www.nhpta1.org) and the National PTA website (www.ptareflections.org). There is a Special Artist category for developmentally challenged students. Three-dimensional art such as sculpture, ceramics, and dioramas can be entered in the Visual Arts category. We strongly suggest collecting your entries by December so you have a month for judging and preparing your artwork to send for state judging.

Forms: 

NH Exhibit Date, Time and Location:

          Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM at 

            Gilbert H. Hood Middle School,5 Hood Road, Derry, NH   03038

            Snow date, Friday, March 13, 2020 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM

Important Information and Dates: 

The following will be available to you on the NH PTA website:

 ü  Local PTA Reflections Leader's Guide

ü  Student Entry Form, customized for NH

ü  Official Reflections Rules

ü  Reflections Theme Search (due November 8)

ü  Instructions for Judges

Three submissions for state judging are allowed per age group in each of the 6 arts categories. All forms for entries going to the state level must submitted online. 

DEADLINE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR STATE JUDGING IS JANUARY 17, 2020 and ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY TUESDAY JANUARY 21, 2020

·         Information on location to mail and drop-off entries will be given out in September

Workshops:

Please read all instructions and plan to attend one of the following workshops:

*Tuesday September 24, at Marion Gerrish Community Center, 38 West Broadway 

  Road in Derry from 9:30AM-11:30 AM – Room 2

 or

          *Saturday November 16 at the NH PTA Convention at the Red Jacket Resort

           North Conway, NH (your program should be underway by this date)   


 Potential Webinar Workshop – more details to follow in September    


For questions or help starting your program, please contact NH PTA Reflections

            Chair, Kim DeFeo at nhptastatereflections@gmail.com or 603-548-1006 



News from Last Year's Reflection Program:

National judging results for the PTA Reflections Program are in!
Two NH students placed Nationally!

Awards of Merit:

Victoria Paradise, Middle School Photography from 
West Running Brook PTSA

Gracelynn Mehta, Primary Visual Arts from 
Hooksett PTA

For a complete list of National Winners, please click the link below!

OTHER REFLECTIONS NEWS!

OUR 2019 GALLERY NIGHT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT HELPED MAKE 
THE NIGHT SO GREAT!

PLEASE CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING LINKS!

Couldn't make Gallery Night or want to see it again?

The 21 first place students will be invited to the Reflections Luncheon 
on November 16 at the Red Jacket Resort in North Conway 
during the NH PTA Convention.



2018-2019

To see all the Exhibits and Entries, please click below!









Congratulations to the winner of the  2020-2021 annual 
Theme Search Contest, Rylee Stier, a 1st Grader from 
Burney Elementary School in Burney, California.  
The 2020-2021 Reflections theme will be 

"I Matter Because . . ."


2020-2021 REFLECTIONS THEME FINALISTS
The following themes were sent to National PTA for consideration in choosing the Reflections Theme for 2020-2021.  Each state is allowed to send 5 selections and the winning theme will be announced in the spring. Thank you to the students for submitting their ideas!  They are listed in no particular order.

 

1. “Important Things” by Kendall LeBel, Hampstead PTSA, Grade 3
2. “Animals Around Us" by Audrina Zirpolo, Hampstead PTSA, Grade 3
3. “Be You!” by Liam Bresnahan, Hampton PTA, Grade 3
4. “Everyone’s Unique” by Kendall LeBel, Hampstead PTSA, Grade 3
5. “Listen to Nature” by Enzo Kolar, Hollis Elementary, Grade 3


REFLECTIONS' PAST WINNERS & PICTURES

2018 CONVENTION & REFLECTIONS LUNCHEON


Subpages (1): Reflection State Exhibit
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