Carmel Creek Reflections

Photography: Audrey Chan (grade 4) and Albert Rubin (grade 2)

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Carmel Creek Elementary School students recently participated in the Reflections Program, which is a fun and friendly annual contest, sponsored by National PTA. This program provides another outlet for students to be creative and use their cognitive skills to relate their artwork to the annual theme.  This year’s theme is “The Magic of A Moment.”

School principal Terri Davis (with K-4th grade) said she is very proud of her students, as this year entries were received for all six areas:  Literature, Music Composition, Visual Art, Photography, Film and Dance Choreography. “I enjoyed looking at and listening to their artworks. They all show such incredible creativity in producing their work. You can see their enthusiasm and voice in their creations.”

Photos/Leda Swegles

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