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The 2015-2016 Reflections Results Announced

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Denton High School had the most entries of all Denton ISD schools, and the most high school students being recognized at the state level.

 

Three students are being recognized at the state level for their entries to PTSA’s Reflections:

Alexis Parker – Visual Arts Award of Merit

Bongkotchanok “AnnAnn” Puttithanasorn ­- Honorable Mention High School Photography

Konrad Sneed – Honorable Mention High School Literature

 

The following students were recognized at the district level:

Ammi Flores – Honorable Mention Visual Arts

Brooke McClain – Second place Visual Arts

Alexis Parker – First place Visual Arts

Matthew Prahl – Honorable Mention Visual Arts

Bongkotchanok Puttithanasorn – First and Second place Photography

Gracilyn Ray – First place Visual Arts, Special Artist

Konrad Sneed – First place Literature

 

Out of the 27 DISD entries sent to state, 12 will be recognized at the State Awards ceremony on April 30, and one student from L.A. Nelson will advance to the national level. For full results and award information, go to http://www.txpta.org/programs/reflections/results/

 

Information and photos provided by Katie Roche, DHS PTSA Reflections Chair

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