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Picadome Photographer Tops FCPS State Winners List in Reflections

“Art Helps Me” by Clementine Day, Picadome Elementary Fayette County Public Schools joins the 16th District PTA in saluting our state-level honorees in the 2022-23 Reflections arts competition, whose theme was “Show Your Voice.” The overall winners’ entries advanced this spring for national competition, where Clementine Day of Picadome Elementary earned an Award of Merit.

Congratulations to all on their outstanding efforts!

Primary Photography: Clementine Day, Picadome Elementary, “Art Helps Me” -- Overall Winner (state) & Award of Merit (national)

Intermediate Photography: Noah Wall, Meadowthorpe Elementary – Award of Excellence

Middle School Photography: Haydn Imai, Edythe J. Hayes -- Overall Winner

High School Photography: Addison Rosemary Shafer, Lafayette -- Overall Winner

Intermediate Music: Elliott Piatt, Wellington Elementary -- Excellence

High School Music: Leander Emrick, STEAM Academy -- Overall Winner

Primary Dance / Special Artist: Christine Webster, Dixie Magnet Elementary -- Overall Winner

Primary Dance: Emma Siguenza, Dixie -- Excellence

Intermediate Dance: Olivia Moynahan, Glendover Elementary -- Excellence

Intermediate Film: Ansha Bhandari, Rosa Parks Elementary – Award of Merit

Primary Literature / Special Artist: Luciana Faraci, Dixie -- Overall Winner

Primary Literature: Hank Li, Rosa Parks Elementary -- Overall Winner

Intermediate Literature: Hollis Kirkland, Maxwell Elementary -- Merit

Middle School Literature: Mary Doolen, Morton Middle -- Excellence

High School Literature: Annika Myrup, Lafayette -- Overall Winner

Primary Visual Arts: Vincent Liu, Wellington Elementary -- Merit

Intermediate Visual Arts: Lyric Grace Reynolds, Cassidy Elementary -- Excellence

Middle School Visual Arts: Allyson Snow, Morton -- Excellence

High School Visual Arts: Lillian Beiting, Lafayette -- Excellence

Reflections, a nationwide cultural arts program that encourages creativity, invites students of all grades and abilities to participate through their school’s PTA or PTSA. The school chapters then submit their best two entries in each age group and category for district-level judging. The competition continues at the state and national levels.

Contact: Jenna Jennings, Kentucky PTA

Posted May 17, 2023