REFLECTIONS 2020-21 Theme: "I Matter Because..."
Thank you to all the students who participated in this year’s PTA Reflections Program. This year's theme was "I MATTER BECAUSE" and the contest was especially trying given everything we have gone through this year. We are so proud of all our amazing & talented students who submitted entries! Congratulations to the Fischer PTA 2020-2021 Reflections winners!
Anthony Famartino - K - "Exploded Volcano"
- Siena Famartino - 1st - "Butterfly Dance"
MUSIC: Elsie Proctor- 1st - "I Matter"
FILM: Gracie Zelasko - 5th - "Why Gracie Matters"
PHOTOGRAPHY: Ava Vellurattil - 5th - "Be Love"
Emerson Dostaler - 1st - "The Garden"
- Oliver McCarthy - 1st - "Helping Out"
- Andrew Janco - 2nd - "Rainbow City"
- Elorah Kamins - 2nd - "Cleaning"
- Max Zelasko - 4th - "Working In The Yard"
The winners from all Elmhurst Schools (public and private) will be moving forward to the next level at the Elmhurst Council. Grades PreK through 12th grade are included at this level. The Elmhurst Council judging happens between December 1st through the 9th.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Judith Barrientos, Judith.Barrientos@gmail.com.
November 13 - Projects due to Judith Barrientos at the Fischer School Office
Early December – Select entries advance to DuPage East Regional Level
Late January – Select entries advance to State Level
The PTA Reflections Program is an arts recognition and achievement program for students. A theme is given and students can submit work in one of the categories. Participation and appreciation for the arts is the Reflections Program's goal. Although the Reflections Program follows a "contest" format, winning is not the emphasis.
National PTA’s Reflections program has helped students explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy, increase confidence and find a love for learning that will help them become more successful in school and in life.. Each year, over 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response to a student-selected theme.