Students participate in National PTA Reflections program

April 19, 2014 

Muscogee County School District students recently participated in the National PTA Reflections program, an arts recognition program that provides children in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 with the opportunity to express themselves through the arts. Students have the opportunity to enter in any of six areas: literature, musical composition, photography, visual arts, dance choreography and film/video production. Pictured are some of the local winners: front row, from left, Lydia Custodio, Fort Middle; Kaylah Green, Reese Road Elementary; Prestyn Holloway, Reese Road Elementary; Antonio Lowe, Reese Road Elementary; Sydney Williams, Reese Road Elementary; Laena Bachiller, Waddell Elementary; and Michael Holland, Waddell Elementary. Back row, Deshayvion Young, Richard Middle; Azibia Shipp, Fort Middle; Davon Prewit, Columbus High; Tatiyana Lovejoy, Fort Middle; Taelor Hall, Waddell Elementary; Ekta Parab, Columbus High; Nandha Sundaradivel, Richards Middle; Sharvil Patel, Columbus High; Tanner Marvets, Richard Middle and Charles Lawhon, District PTA representative.

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