Want to have a great program in your school? Have the National PTA Art Reflections Program.  It is a program designed to enrich the students in the areas of visual art, music, photography, literature, film/video production, and dance choreography.

The theme for this year is “Heroes Around Me”

Official Paperwork has not be distributed to PTA as of today.  When it becomes available we will put all the files here for download.

Each student may enter in any of the six art areas:

(Special Artists can enter in each area in the special artist category.)

  • Literature
  • Musical Composition
  • Photography
  • Visual Arts
  • Dance Choreography
  • Film/Video Production

Each student enters in one age category:

  • Primary – Preschool through Grade Two
  • Intermediate—Grades three through Five
  • Middle/Junior—Grades Six through Eight
  • Grades Nine through Twelve
  • Special Artist—Ungraded

Local PTAs must submit entries to the District by noon on October 19, 2018

One entry per grade in each category (i.e., music, photography, visual arts, literature, dance choreography and film/video production).

Example:  A PTA can enter one entry in third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade (which is an Intermediate category) in the category of Music.  They can also enter one entry in preschool, kindergarten, first grade and second grade (which is a Primary category) in music and so forth.

Packets of information and forms will be sent out to all PTAs, Principals, Art Teachers, Reflections Chairmen, FRYSC Coordinators, Music Teachers, English Teachers, Technology Teachers, and Dance/P.E. Teachers during August.

Make the Reflections program a part of your PTA program. For more information, call Autumn Neagle at (502) 718-2590 or email her at

We are doing a Reflections Workshop  – Please join us.

Wednesday  Sept. 5

12 noon to 1 p.m.

Southwest Regional Library – 9725 Dixie Highway


Wednesday, Sept. 5

5 to 6 p.m. 

Middletown  – 200 North Juneau Drive


Information on Reflections

District Paperwork

National PTA Local Leaders Guide