New Hanover County Council of PTAs Announces 2014-15 Reflections Winners

By / Life on the Island / Tuesday, 06 January 2015 05:00

New Hanover County Council of PTAs Announces 2014-15 Reflections Winners
The New Hanover County Council of Parent Teacher Associations (NHCCPTA) has announced the 2014-2015 Reflections Winners. This year’s Reflections contest theme was “The world would be a better place if…” The winning students will be invited to a PTA Reflections Reception on January 30, 2015, where those students moving on to the state level will be announced.
Contest winners: Photography Grades K-2 First Place: “Picking Up Trash” Grady Ochipa – Parsley Second Place: “Trees Should Grow, Not Die” Fletcher Whittle – Ogden Third Place: “The World Would Be a Better Place if These Flowers Where All Around the World”  Archie Hooper – Holly Tree. Grades 3-5 First Place: “BFF’S Hanging” Kaylee Hanlon – Parsley  Second Place: “Brightening The Day” Emerson Sotir – Eaton Third Place: “Pollution Free Paradise” Courtney VanNote – Parsley. Middle School First Place: “If We Looked Up” Maia Porzio – Myrtle Grove. Second Place: “Enjoy the Natural Beauty” Alexandra Pino – Myrtle Grove Third Place: “Sunrise at the Marina” Kaitlyn Brannin – Myrtle Grove. High School First Place: “Through a Little Girl’s Eyes” Abigail Paswaters – Laney Second Place: “A Child’s Eyes” Emma Thomas – Laney Third Place: “Just Keep Swimming” Emma Thomas – Laney. Visual Arts- Grades K-2 First Place: “Small Things in Life” Myers Dumas – Wrightsville Beach Second Place: “It’s a Small World” Meadow Beaulieu – Blair Third Place: “Love One Another” Stephanie Clark – Parsley. Grades 3-5 First Place: “Infinity” Catherine Cummings – Parsley Second Place: “Floral Peace” Bailey Hudson – Eaton Third Place: “Clean Ocean” Lea Field – Bradley Creek Middle School First Place: “Sometimes We Have to Let Go…” Cameron Sinclair – Murray Second Place: “Save the Frogs” Jason Robertson – Myrtle Grove Third Place: “Stop Bullying” Elizabeth Yates – Myrtle Grove. High School First Place: “Peace” Hae Won Song – Ashley Second Place: “Erase Me” Madison Arthur – Ashley. Third Place: “Feline Eyes” Addison Casey – Ashley Literature- Grades K-2 First Place: “The World Would Be a Better Place if…” Meyhan Lanzi – Blair Second Place: “Respect Each Other” Ryan Reiniche – Parsley Third Place: “The World Would Be a Better Place if…”Sarah Kate Brinson – Bradley Creek. Grades 3-5 First Place: “The World Would Be a Better Place” Gracelynn Whitaker – Codington  Second Place: “Rescue Me” Katherine Reiniche – Parsley Third Place: “The Pathway to the Future” Macie Fitzgerald – Holly Tree. Middle School First Place: “I am” Callie Gray – Myrtle Grove Second Place: “The World Would Be a Better Place if…”Jackson Vargo – Myrtle Grove Third Place: “I Want to Make a Change” Grace Milkes – Myrtle Grove. High School First Place: “Dare to Soar” Mina Yakubu – New Hanover Second Place: “Candlelight News” Savanah Briley – Ashley Third Place: “Depiction of Beauty in our Society” Mina Yakubu – New Hanover. Musical Composition- Grades 3-5 First Place: “Everyone Sticks Together” Jennifer Centa – Eaton Second Place: “Majestic Waterfall” Martha Ferrell – Ogden Third Place: “Positive Energy” Robert Williams – Eaton. Middle School First Place: “Autumn Leaves” C. J. Tyson – Myrtle Grove. High School First Place: “Change of Pace” John Davis – Laney Second Place: “Patience” Samuel Bourne – Laney. Dance Choreography-Grades K-2 First Place: “Night Forest Dance” Ciera Roseboro – Anderson Grades 3-5 First Place: “The Ocean Dance” Katherine Player – Wrightsville Beach Second Place: “Twenty Little Angels” Alyssa Gagnon – Ogden. Film Choreography- Grades K-2 First Place: “The Lives of Animals” Aleeza Bandukwala – Blair. Grades 3-5 First Place: “Saving the Earth” Zoya Bandukwala – Blair Second Place: “World Around Me” Curran Shuford – Ogden. Special Artist- “Officer Blevins and Me” Marquise McCutcheon – Ashley.

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