The entry deadline for the 2021 Ashlawn Reflections Arts Contest is Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. All Ashlawn students are encouraged to participate – remember: we are all artists! Call for Volunteers: We’re currently seeking volunteers to judge 2021 student entries during the period from Oct. 23 to Nov. 5. To volunteer as a judge, please contact Sharon Hébert. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout ReflectionsReflections is a PTA-sponsored, nationwide art competition. This year’s PTA Reflections competition theme is: “I Will Change the World By…”Students express themselves around the required theme through one of the following arts categories:
Students with disabilities who receive services under IDEA or ADA: Section 504 may also enter under the Special Artist Division to have the opportunity and accommodations they may need in order to participate fully in the program.
How to enter In addition to following the Reflections entry requirements provided above, students should follow the steps below to submit their Reflections entries to Ashlawn front office by the Oct. 22, 2021, deadline for the school competition
Students must download the Reflections entry form in English or Spanish above, or pick up a paper entry form in the Ashlawn front office.
When filling out the entry form, only fill out the student information section; do not alter the pre-filled PTA section at the top of the form.
The form must be hand-signed by both the student and a parent/guardian.
Once the form is completed and signed by both student and parent/guardian, email or text BOTH the entry form and the digital artwork submission to email@example.com
Any artwork originally created in hardcopy format should also be submitted directly to the Ashlawn office at the school to be saved for potential use at future contest stages.
Ashlawn Reflections winners at the school level will be announced in November. Student winners from our local Ashlawn contest have the opportunity to move up through the Arlington County, Nova District and Virginia PTA levels to compete at the National PTA level.