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  • Do you enjoy art, music and dance or have an interest in writing, producing films and taking photos? Then join us and have fun unleashing your inner artist with PTA Reflections! See the links below and attached for submission guidelines and an entry form today.


    For inspiration, visit the Reflections virtual art gallery and learn more about prizes and scholarships here:  National PTA Reflections Awards.

    Download the Official Rules and Entry Form

    Upload your child’s submission with the completed entry form here.


    For more information, please contact ToniAnne Rigano at

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  • Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Blind Brook PTA Reflections Participants!

    Twelve students submitted to the Westchester-East Putnam Region 2020-2021 National PTA Reflections "I Matter Because..." contest. 

    Congratulations to first grader,  ANNABELLE ZIGLER who received an Award of Merit in the Primary Literature Division for her story "Pickle and Cucumber"! Read it below: 

    Pickle and Cucumber

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    Pickle and Cucumber, by Annabelle Zigler

    Additionally, the following Blind Brook students submitted work for consideration and received certificates of participation from the New York State PTA.

    George Beltas (photography, Primary Division), "Connection"

    black and white photo of a child's foot touching adult feet from the perspective of the child

    Fin Goldstein (visual arts, Primary Division), "I matter because I am special"

    Drawing of two people and trees with words I matter because I am special because I help other people


    Hayden Goldstein (visual arts, Intermediate Division), "Being Helpful"

    Being Helpful drawing with markers of a figure picking up trash.


    Iris Chen (literatrure, Middle School), Musical Wings


    Abigail Weintraub (literature, Middle School), My Own Way


    Iris Gu (visual arts, Middle School)

     Drawing of a hand holding an object


    Emily Tian (visual arts, Middle School), "I matter because I am unique"

    Image reads I matter because I am unique. The word unique is spelled out with other words and phrases for each letter


    Rachel Horn (video, Middle School), We Matter


    Josh Rosenblut (photography, High School), "Pa & Ellie"

    Color photograph titled "Pa and Ellie" - an adult with a child wearing face masks


    Tiffany Cho (visual arts, High School), self portrait titled, "Unity of States"

    Self portrait titled Unity of States

    The Blind Brook PTA would like to congratulate all of the students who participated in the Reflections Program this year!


    Stay tuned for details coming in the fall for next year's PTA Reflections contest with the theme I Will Change the World By...