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PTA Reflections







Reflections 2021-2022



Reflections is a national arts program that provides an opportunity for students to express themselves and develop an artistic vision. 


With positive recognition as the focus of this program, rather than competition, students of all ages and abilities can experience the benefits of creative expression and help in finding their own voice in telling their unique stories.


Students can submit entries in one or more of the following categories:

  • Visual Arts
  • Photography
  • Music Composition
  • Literature
  • Film Production
  • Dance Choreography 


Learn more about the program at


The theme for the 2021-2022 program is “I Will Change the World By…” 

All submissions should interpret the theme as the student sees it. Submissions will be reviewed by experienced artists and evaluated for interpretation of theme, creativity, and technique.


All entries will be submitted digitally for the first round. Deerwood students who are selected to have their works advance to the Humble ISD district-wide judging will be notified and will have to submit a physical entry at that point. 




Digital Entries Due

DEC. 8, 2021

Advancing Students Notified


Advancing Physical Entries Due





Reflections is a national PTA program. It is open to all Texas students who meet the necessary requirements below:


  • The student or at least one person from their primary household must be a current member of the Deerwood Elementary PTA  where the student is participating. 
  • Students must attend a school with a Local PTA/PTSA that achieves Active Status no later than October 31, or students must attend a school which is defined within the service area of a community-based Local PTA/PTSA which achieves Active Status no later than October 31
  • More information about rules can be found at
  • Student Entry Form
  • Student Program Rules (note: the package requirements are only applicable to entries who are selected to advance to council judging) 



If you have any questions, please contact program coordinator Annie Chambliss at