Carver Elementary School PTA Presents 2020-21 Reflections Program featuring the Theme of “I Matter Because…”

Carver Elementary School PTA’s 2020-21 Reflections program, featuring the theme of “I Matter Because…” Due date for submission is on Due Date: October 9, 2020. Please be sure to submit your entries before this date. Please understand that Reflections chairs at all levels can disqualify entries that are received after the due date and/or do not meet the stated requirements.

Drop off location: San Marino Unified School District Office (1665 West Drive San Marino) *It will be a contactless drop off inside the district office.

A box with the school name will be displayed at the district office.

Drop off Times:
09:00 – 10:00 AM CARVER (TK-2)
10:00 – 11:00 AM CARVER (3 -5)

If the time slot does not work, parents can still drop it off at their convenience but the drop off date is only on October 9th. Also, if they have multiple siblings in different grades, they can pick a time for one child and bring it all together.

Guidelines and forms:
Please see click here, or visit:

Each year, students in Pre-K through Grade 12 are invited to create and submit original works of art in one of six categories: Dance Choreography, Music Composition, Film Production, Literature, Photography and Visual Arts.

This year’s theme, “I Matter Because….,” calls for your own unique interpretation through the arts. For inspiration, visit the Reflections virtual art gallery and learn more about prizes and scholarships at

If you have any additional questions, please contact the Carver Elementary PTA Reflections Chairs: Michelle Hou ( or Shirline Hartono (

K.L. Carver Elementary School, 3100 Huntington Drive, San Marino, (626) 299-7080 or visit






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