Artwork by Yiming Megan Song of Bear Creek Elementary. Courtesy photo

Artwork by Yiming Megan Song of Bear Creek Elementary. Courtesy photo

Northshore students recognized by PTA Reflections Art Program

10 NSD students were recipients of this year’s WSPTA Reflections awards.

  • Monday, May 20, 2019 8:30am
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Ten students students from the Northshore School District (NSD) have received WSPTA Reflections awards.

The program supports the arts in the district and is sponsored by the Northshore Council PTSA.

Every year, more than 300,000 students, pre-k through 12th grade, create original works of art connected to a theme.

The theme for the 2018-19 program was Heroes Around Me.

Inglemoor High School junior Jenny Xiong placed at the National PTSA Reflections competition. Xiong received an Award of Excellence in Music Composition for her work, “Blue Tempests.” She will have her work featured in a traveling exhibition that will begin in January 2020 in Washington, D.C. and conclude in June 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Ten Northshore students were recognized for their work at the state level.

National Level

Award of Excellence: Music Composition – High School: Jenny Xiong, Inglemoor High School

Washington State

Outstanding Interpretation: Music Composition – High School: Xiong; Visual Arts – Intermediate: Yiming Megan Song, Bear Creek Elementary School; Film Production – Middle School: Vibhuti Greg, Leota Middle School.

Award of Excellence

Music Composition – High School: William Beeson, Woodinville High School; Music Composition – Intermediate: Alex Zhou, Wellington Elementary School; Visual Arts – Intermediate: Will Lorusso, Maywood Hills Elementary School; Dance Choreography – Middle School: Skylar Scharl, Kenmore Middle School; Literature – Middle School: Nevenka Bollini, Canyon Park Middle School; Literature – Intermediate: Jadie Hwang, East Ridge Elementary School.

Award of Merit

Visual Arts – Middle School: Alyssa Hilse, Timbercrest Middle School.

Learn more by visiting the National PTA Reflections website.

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