Do you enjoy art, music or dance or have an interest in writing, producing films or taking photos?! Then join us and have fun unleashing your inner artist with PTA Reflections! This year’s theme, “I Matter Because…” calls for your own unique interpretation through the arts. Students will have the opportunity to compete on state and national levels for awards and recognition. The financial awards range from $200-$800! You can find submission guidelines and the entry form online at: firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions (including student entry packets) are to be submitted to email@example.com on or before Friday, November 20, 2020 by 6pm.
Listen to Gabriel Irving (NCPTA’s 2019-2020 National Interpretation Award Winner) : https://youtu.be/ijptSD1t-pk
Student Entry Packet: (includes official rules and student entry form)
(The links are in the Global Announcements)
Take on the Fall Environmental Film Challenge: Make a short film on environmental issues relating to the Mississippi River.
Video Style and Length:
Video submissions must be between 3-5 minutes and can be created in any style — feel free to get creative!!
Winning videos will be shown at the 2021 QC Environmental Film Series, and will receive $100 cash prize AND $150 classroom grant for a chosen educator! Plus, videos will be featured onFresh Films platforms!
Submission deadline is November 15th!
East Tennessee State University is scheduled for November 18 at 11am. The admission counselor will be there to discuss their new tuition reset, $10,500 for tuition PER YEAR, not semester, for NC students to attend ETSU. This reset is a permanent change as well, so students need not worry about tuition going back up to out of state levels after their freshman year.
This is just a reminder that our College Workshops on Wellness Wednesdays (in partnership with the College Advising Corps Advisors) are still underway weekly at 2:30 pm through December 2, 2020. While the workshops are geared toward seniors, all students, regardless of grade level, are invited to attend.
Students may find a full list of workshops, and register at tinyurl.com/collegewednesdays
The updated flyer for the remaining workshops has also been posted to social media pages.