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Raytown Students recognized as 2014-2015 Missouri PTA Reflection winners.

Raytown South High Junior Isaac Barkley and Raytown Central Middle 8th grader Anna Ryan were recently recognized as 2014-2015 Missouri PTA Reflection winners.

barkley 266Barkley placed second in the High School Music Composition division.  He submitted a composition entitled The Journey, created to be performed by the string orchestra at Raytown South High.  The Journey is Barkley’s second composition performed by the orchestra, and it was inspired by his desire to tell a story through the music and express different emotions listeners could relate to and explore.

Anna.RyanRyan placed third in the Middle School Literature Division.  Her piece entitled The World Would Be a Better Place If… explored this year’s Reflections theme by examining how taking the time to see the world through someone else’s eyes could improve our lives and have a positive impact on the world.

The Missouri PTA Reflections program celebrates and recognizes student achievement in the arts. Each year, students submit original work based on the specific theme outlined for the year. The 14-15 theme was, “The world would be a better place if…” and students were encouraged to create art that captured their hope for the world around them.

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