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PTA hosts reception for student artists

In November, the Falcon Middle School and Falcon High School PTAs recognized the students who participated in the 2014 Reflections program, which encourages creativity and art in schools nationwide.Students from grades six through 12 created and submitted works of art in six categories: dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography and the visual arts. ìThe World Would Be a Better Place if …î was this yearís theme.Ten students from the middle school and five from the high school entered their art in the competition. The entries were judged locally, and each first, second and third place winners received a gift card. All of the participants will move on to compete at the county level.Mary Lou Anderson started the Reflections program in 1969 when she served as the Colorado PTA president. In its 40-year history, the program has expanded to millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas. The program competition is open to students in preschool through grade 12.Complete list of participants:Falcon Middle School entriesCooper Barelli: first place in film productionLeigha Hammers: first place in literatureJohn Henselman: first place photographyAlexandra Smith: first place visual artsAislynn Connell: second place visual artsCaitlin Erhard: third place visual artsKatherine Strane: fourth place visual artsSpencer Stepanek: first place music compositionKetlyn Blickenstaff: second place music compositionLily Brown: third place music compositionFalcon High School entriesNatalia Henselman: first place photographyCamille Poirier: first place visual artsLeif Jacobson: second place visual artsBrianna Mangette: first place music compositionAnthony Guerra: second place music competition

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