Congratulations to Skyview Student Sean A. for his

Special Artist 2-D Visual Arts submission "I matter, You matter"!!

Only Northshore School District 5 students made it to the national level of the competition.
Sean's work has been selected to advance to final judging at the
National level in the category of Outstanding Interpretation.


Best of luck to Sean!! 


Again, we would like to congratulate to all of our Skyview artists who competed this year
!

Look for your artwork submissions to be returned in upcoming materials pick up days later in April. 

 


 

 

2020 Reflections

Northshore Council PTSA

Virtual Showcase! 

February 26 - March 5

https://sites.google.com/view/nscptsareflections/home

  • All 229 Northshore PTSA Council Qualifier student artworks is on display.
  • Northshore Council PTSA has listed the State Qualifiers and Judge's Choice Award recipients in each arts category.
  • This will be a multi-media Showcase event! Guests to the site will be able to view the dance and film pieces, listen to the music composition, read the literature pieces and view the photography and visual arts pieces. 

Northshore Council PTSA wishes they could celebrate and enjoy this in person and have great hopes for the in person Art Celebration next year. 

 

 

Skyview 2020 Reflections Update!  


Congratulations to all of our Skyview Artists,
 whose 21 creations made it to the
Northshore Council District stage of the competition.

Of those 21 competitors, 5 of our students have made it as qualifiers 
for the WPTSA State level of the competition!
 

In addition to these awards, 6 of our Skyview artists won special recognition as
J
udge’s Choice for their creations at the council level.

Way to go to all of our Eagle Artists!  

 

State Qualifiers

Literature Esme O.
Visual Art - 2D  Maya B.
Visual Art - 2D  Megan S.
Visual Art - 2D  Oviya R.
Special Artist Sean A.

 

Judge’s Choice

Film Production Sarah C.
Literature Anouska H.
Visual Art - 2D Chloe H.
Visual Art - 2D Lexi T.
Visual Art - 2D Lila R.
Visual Art - 2D Thanishkaa S.

 



 

What is Reflections?

The Reflections Program is a National PTA and Washington State PTA cultural arts competition. The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works to reflect this year's theme, "I Matter Because...".

Reflections is so much more than "just an art contest."  

  • It helps kids take risks
  • Kids can be inspired
  • It helps students think creatively 
  • They can receive positive recognition
  • Students will be celebrated for their works of art
  • It also allows our community to celebrate creativity in our students!

 

The 2020-2021 theme is "I Matter Because...".

 

Videos about Reflections:

 

Submission Types:

A student may submit an entry in any of six arts areas. Only original works of art are accepted. The six art areas are:

  • Literature – works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, prose, drama, short stories and lyrics.
  • Music Composition – original musical composition, with or without words.
  • Photography - color or black and white, including techniques: photo-gram, retouched, montage, sandwich and multiple exposure.
  • Visual Arts - drawing, painting in tempera, oil, acrylic, watercolor & t-shirt paints, computer generated art, two-dimensional collage, printmaking, needlework & leather tooling.
  • Film/Video Production - original works, with or without sound, of animation, narrative, documentary, experimental or music video/film.
  • Choreography/Dance - originally choreographed dance composition.

 

Rules:

  • Student works are critiqued against others in the same grade division.
  • All students at Skyview will be a part of the Middle School division.
  • Students may enter in more than one category, but only once per category.
  • Additional info can be found here  

 


Reflections is a wonderful opportunity for students creativity to be recognized
which helps to build confidence regardless of the outcome!

We encourage ALL Skyview students to imagine and explore with Reflections! 


   

Questions:

For more info or to ask questions, please contact Shea Johnson, Reflections Chair.

NOTE: Did your student participated in the Skyview Reflections program last year? If you haven't already collected their submission, please contact Shea Johnson to coordinate a time to pickup on Saturday, September 19th.

  

Inspiration:

See below for some of Skyview Student Reflections submissions from prior years!

 

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Check out a presentation of the submissions for last year!

 

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 - - - 2017-2018 - - -