Carmel Valley Middle School artists receive Reflections Awards

(L-R) Award winners Hannah Leibowitz, Helen Cho, Susan Lin, Melanie Limas An and CVMS Principal Laurie Brady.

Carmel Valley Middle School celebrated its Reflections Awards with a record number of entries this year.  The Reflections director at CVMS, Victoria Shoushtari, says the program encourages students to explore opportunities within the art world.  Categories include visual arts, photography, music composition, literature, film production and dance choreography.  This year’s theme was “Believe, Dream, Inspire.” The Reflections program is part of the California State PTA.  Local winners move onto the state level then to nationals.  More information on the program can be found at http://www.pta.org

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