For more information, please contact    reflections@oakviewpta.com     Or visit the    South Carolina PTA Reflections website   .

For more information, please contact reflections@oakviewpta.com

Or visit the South Carolina PTA Reflections website.

Congratulations to Our 2018-2019 District and State Reflections Winners!

We are so proud to announce that the following students will be representing Oakview Elementary at the 2018-2019 “Heroes Around Me” District and State ceremonies in the spring!

DISTRICT

PHOTOGRAPHY
Intermediate
Award of Merit
Neha Shivanna, Baby Heroes

LITERATURE
Primary
Award of Excellence
Greer Willimon, Riley A Hero

STATE

FILM PRODUCTION
Intermediate
Award of Merit
Lily Bogle, Lily’s Hero

Primary
Award of Excellence
Emma Bogle, Juliette’s Reading Problem


PHOTOGRAPHY

Intermediate
Award of Merit
Lily Bogle, Lily’s Hero

Award of Excellence
Maximilian Dannelly, Father Dismas LeBon


Special Artist
PHOTOGRAPHY
Award of Excellence
Owen Dannelly, The Heroes of Casco Bay #2

Award of Merit
Owen Dannelly, Natural Revolutionary Heroes
Owen Dannelly, The Heroes of Casco Bay #1

history of national pta Reflections

The National PTA Reflections program is America's oldest and largest arts education program and was developed to encourage students to explore their talents and express themselves. Since its inception, Reflections has inspired millions of students to reflect on a specified theme and create original artwork.

Each year hundreds of thousands of students in preschool through grade 12 create and submit original works in the areas of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts


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Congratulations to Emma Bogle, 2017-18 National PTA Reflections winner!

Four GCS students have earned national recognition for their artistic compositions in the 2017-18 National PTA Reflections contest, one of which was Emma Bogle from Oakview! Each student was recognized at the national convention in June. All winning works will be debuted at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C.