PTA Reflections Program

Each year, the National PTA Reflections Program challenges students to create art that supports a specific theme. Themes are selected from thousands of ideas submitted by students to the National PTA Reflections theme search.



Join the EXHIBITION - Calling all TK-6 Artists, Creatives, & Visionaries!

Be a part of our annual student showcase! Mt. Washington is proudly hosting a curated school-wide student art exhibition later this Fall as part of the National PTA Reflections Program. Celebrate the arts in our community & inspire others by submitting your magnum opus. This year's theme is "LOOK WITHIN." All works riffing on this year's theme are welcome! Exhibition categories include:


  • Visual Art
  • Music Composition
  • Photography
  • Film
  • Literature/Writing
  • Dance Choreography


Because this event is part of the nation-wide PTA Reflections program, participating student artists will have a chance to showcase their work both at the state level and in Washington D.C. in 2020. An incredible opportunity.


Friday, November 15: Due date for submissions

How to participate:
(1) Submit a completed and signed entry form 

  • Download the form here
  • Email to or submit in-person. The form includes entry rules for each arts category.

(2) Submit your student's work

  • digitally to
  • to your child's teacher
  • in the Parent Center (next door to the school's front office) in a basket labeled "LOOK WITHIN: Artists, Submit Work HERE." Parent Center is open on Tuesdays only.
  • on Friday, Nov. 1: All students are invited to attend Arts Collective After School at 2:45pm to receive more information on the exhibition and to create something from scratch that can be submitted as an entry. All art materials will be provided.
  • Friday, November 15: We'll have a collection table at morning drop off.

The date for the 2019 MWE Exhibition and artist celebration will be announced shortly. Stay tuned!


Please reach out to Courtney Fitzgerald ( with any questions.






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