2020 PTA Reflections Contest

Park Hill Students Win the State and National PTA Reflections Contest
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Twenty-three Park Hill School District students earned recognition for their participation in the Missouri PTA Reflections contest, with four of the students winning their category to advance to the National PTA Reflections competition. Makenna Miller from Union Chapel Elementary went on to receive the Outstanding Interpretation Award from the National PTA for her dance choreography submission.

The Reflections program is a national arts competition sponsored by the PTA.

Chinn Elementary
Marina Drobeck, third place, film production

English Landing Elementary
Celia Colson, fourth place, music composition
Layla Stone, second place, music composition

Graden Elementary
Annabel Porter, second place, literature
Catherine Supinski, fifth place, music composition

Hawthorn Elementary
Elijah Cogan, second place, visual arts

Hopewell Elementary
Chloe Falkenhain, fifth place, film production
Laurel Barton, fifth place, literature
Sophia Finney, honorable mention, literature

Line Creek Elementary
Lyla Lankford, fourth place, film production
Anna Toalson, fourth place, literature
Lily Lagergren, fourth place, music composition

Park Hill High School
Shawn Walden, second place, film production

Southeast Elementary
Kinzleigh Branham, second place, dance choreography
Thomas Corriston, fourth place, dance choreography
Makenzi Sullivan, first place, photography
Connor Kern, third place, visual arts
Isabella Anthony, fourth place, visual arts

Tiffany Ridge Elementary
Faith Gallawa, first place, film production
Wyatt Heaivilin, second place, photography

Union Chapel Elementary
Makenna Miller, first place, dance choreography

Walden Middle School
Ivy Rodriquez, fifth place, film production
Shayla Troutner, first place, literature