Reflections at Skyline Elementary

Sofia Fischel with her story “Animals are Different Too”

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Skyline Elementary School held its Reflections Reception at the campus Nov. 9. Reflections artists, their families, and staff enjoyed refreshments while admiring the students’ artistic talents. This year’s theme was “Diversity means …”

Reflections is a PTA national program with the focus on promoting arts with the students. Photos: Jon Clark

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