Ashley Falls School Reflections Exhibit and Reception

Shireen Heidari

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Ashley Falls Elementary School held its Reflections Exhibit and Reception Nov. 7.  Students are encouraged to show their artistic expression through the national PTA reflections program. Artwork is themed and submitted through one of six mediums from painting to dance or literature and more.

The event is part of a national arts recognition and achievement program for students. Since 1969, over 10 million students across the nation have taken part in this popular PTA program.

Photos/Jon Clark

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