PTSA contest aims for students to “look within”

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PTSA contest aims for students to “look within”

Outside of English teacher Fara Wiles' classroom, freshman Angelina Rifenburgh holds her entry for the PTSA Reflections contest. Photo taken on October 31.

Outside of English teacher Fara Wiles' classroom, freshman Angelina Rifenburgh holds her entry for the PTSA Reflections contest. Photo taken on October 31.

Joshua Esposo

Outside of English teacher Fara Wiles' classroom, freshman Angelina Rifenburgh holds her entry for the PTSA Reflections contest. Photo taken on October 31.

Joshua Esposo

Joshua Esposo

Outside of English teacher Fara Wiles' classroom, freshman Angelina Rifenburgh holds her entry for the PTSA Reflections contest. Photo taken on October 31.

Joshua Esposo, Staff Writer

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In the spirit of celebrating the arts, PTSA, a nationally recognized parent-student education organization, holds a reflections contest every year, and this year the theme called upon students to “look within,” and submit their entry through one of six modes of art.

Students have the option to express themselves through dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and or visual arts for their submission, all due Nov. 1.

“I drew [this piece of art] to show how we see the world as a utopia when eventually, it will become a dystopia due to our actions,” said freshman Angelina Rifenburgh who drew an eye on canvas titled, “Dystopia of life.”

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