Area 2 Council Reflections Chair
Talatha Vaughters,
Georgia PTA Reflections Chair
Janice Gurley,

2016 – 2017 NATIONAL PTA Theme

“What’s Your Story…”

Submitted by Emily Deann Pena

Northbrook Middle School PTA

Reflections Chairman Profile Form  || Abridged Rules for Parents  || 2016 Training for Local Unit Chairs || Reflections Checklist 2016-17 || Reflections Winners Log || 2015-16 Georgia PTA Reflection Winners || Georgia PTA Reflections  || 2018-19 Reflections Theme Search

What is Reflections?

The National PTA Reflections Program is an arts program designed to give students an outlet for creative expression.  It is an opportunity to explore the cultural arts while challenging their imagination.  Students interpret each year’s theme in the categories of dance choreography, film, visual arts, photography, literature and musical composition.

Who may participate?

Students in grades Pre-K – 12, who are enrolled in a school where there is a PTA/PTSA may submit entries through their Local PTA/PTSA Unit Reflections Program.  In Gwinnett County the number of entries per student is not limited; however, all rules must be followed for each entry.

The Local PTA/PTSA Unit submitting entries must be in good standing.

What are the Local PTA/PTSA Unit Dates to Remember?
August 19 Reflections Workshop, 9:00am Check-In

Sessions from 9:30am – 11:00am (Session for NEW Reflections Chairs)

Location: GCPS Instructional Support Center (Courtyard ISC 200 Bldg)

October 21 Entry Check-In, 9:00am – 12:00pm

Location: TBD

November 4 Reflections Set-Up, 2:30pm – Finished

Location: TBD

November 5 Gwinnett PTA Council Reflections Exhibit, 10:00am – 3:00pm

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm clean up

Location: TBD


Local Student Entry Form

 General Participation Rules

Area 2 Council Abridged Rules for Parents & Students

Area 2 Council Submission Rules

**All Local Units must follow the County Submission Rules for County Take-in as any entries not meeting these requirements will NOT be eligible for judging.**