Del Mar Heights celebrates all the creative Reflections entries

Charlotte Sills, kindergarten

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Students’ original art pieces were on display during the recent annual PTA Reflections Art Show. Each student was recognized for their submission with a certificate and ribbon. Winning entries advance to the next level to compete among other Del Mar Union School District schools in the Council Reflections event.

The Reflections Arts Recognition Program is a national arts recognition and achievement program for students. The Reflections Program provides an excellent opportunity for students of all ages to unleash their creative talents and be inspired, express themselves imaginatively in their artwork, experience the joy and fun of making art, and tap into critical thinking skills to create art inspired by the annual theme.

Photos/Jon Clark

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