Winners of the county-level PTA Reflections program were congratulated by the Harborfields Central School District Board of Education during the Feb. 15 public meeting.
The goal of the PTA Reflections program is to boost student confidence and success in the arts by providing access and recognition. Each year, more than 300,000 students in prekindergarten through grade 12 create original works of art in response to given themes. The 2022-2023 theme is “Show Your Voice.”
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Danielle DeLorenzo congratulated the winners on behalf of the district.
“A special thank-you to the Harborfields PTA for supporting this wonderful program, but most of all for all that you do for our students,” Dr. DeLorenzo said.
County-level Award of Excellence winners were Washington Drive Primary School students Emmet Crotty (literature), Micaela Maio (literature), Liam McCue (photography) and Eden Tuzel (dance choreography); Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School students Jaxson Beal (visual arts), Cierra Bues (photography) and Amelia Vandergoot (visual arts); Oldfield Middle School students Caelan Bues (photography), Daniel Garcia (photography), Skylar Hamann (dance choreography), Madelyn Melgar (photography), Caleb Pfeiffer (film production), Lorna Skibins (film production) and Nathan Traina (music composition); and Harborfields High School students Sarah Ahlsen (visual arts), Clarissa Bues (photography) and Megan Happel (literature).
Additionally, Harborfields High School honored Celia Ancona, Madison Appold, Dillon Al-Sullami, Camille Lach and Nora Sweeney-Gladen with PTA Reflections Awards of Merit.
Date Added: 2/17/2023