Students ‘wow’ community with their works of art

Carmel Creek School held its Reflections art show on April 2. Reflections is a national PTA art program that invites children to create works on this year’s theme of “Wow.”

Nine students moved on to the all-district Reflections exhibit, held April 16 at Solana Pacific, including Rina Pilevsky, Derek Bell, Taylah Graham, Tyler Lytle, Aiden Springer, Ishwinder Battoo, Allen Kim, George Zhang and Kendall Piggins.

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