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Lovinggood Middle School
Reflections Award Winners

6th Grade Literature
1st Place Nina Terrebonne “They-Them”

6th Grade Photography
1st Place Miranda Elliott “Roots”

7th Grade 2D Visual Art
1st Place Ella Tanner “What We Carry Speaks”

7th Grade Music Composition1st Place Layne Skaggs “Lavender Sky”

7th Grade Photography
1st Place Layne Skaggs “Ruby”

8th Grade Dance Choreography
1st Place Cadence McGee “Golden”

8th Grade Film Production
1st Place Ollie Ruddy “Gender Selector”
2nd Place Allison Jackson “My Voice; My Album”

8th Grade Literature
1st Place Cameryn Jones “The Maid and The Mishap”

8th Grade Music Composition
1st Place Allison Jackson “My Voice My Song”

8th Grade Photography
1st Place Lillian Sanders “The Sight Before the Night”

8th Grade 2D Visual Art
1st Place Emma Nix “Potential”
2nd Place Kayla Kozel “Under the Mask”
3rd Place Isabelle Woodyard Untitled
Honorable Mention (In Alphabetical Order)
Kyle Crawford “My Imagination”
Elise Davis “Brain Fog”
Addison Gorman “Negative Words”
Adriana Heath “Layers of My Life”
Addilyn Henderson “Burning Up”
Mia Hite “Me”
Maryam Keen “Fading Girl in Hourglass Timer”
Brooke Lanier “The Mask”
Milan S. Matthews “Reaching for the Light”
Catherine McCollum “Inside the Silhouette”
Alexandra Miguez “The Face in the Mirror”
Alexandra Miguez “Inside and Out”
Anastasia Nguyen “Children Don’t Deserve War, They Deserve Peace”
Levi Penuela-Montoya “Strings That Don’t Belong”
Evelyn Porter “Earth’s Song”
Lily Rice “Running Away”
Mary Robertson “Silence”
Abigail Russell “Not All Brains Are The Same”
Charlene Rutledge “Intravenous”
Grace Sullivan Untitled
Khloe Tristan “Domino Effect”

8th Grade 3D Visual Art 1st Place Addilyn Henderson “Thorns” 2nd Place Lillian Sanders “The Voice of Summer”

From the National PTA:

"National PTA has a long-standing commitment to arts education. The Reflections program provides opportunities for recognition and access to the arts which boost student confidence and success in the arts 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. This 50+ year-old program helps them 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.

Students participate in the appropriate division for their grade: Primary (Pre-K - Grade 2), Intermediate (Grades 3-5), Middle School (Grades 6-8), High School (Grades 9-12), Special Artist (All grades welcome).*

Students submit their completed works of art in one or all of the available arts categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts."

*Students who identify as having a disability and may receive services under IDEA or ADA: Section 504 may enter in the Special Artist Division or grade division most closely aligned to their functional abilities.