Reflections winners

From left, Irene Suh, Grace Tsao (standing in for her son Kenton Chao), Sofia Mendoza, Marcus Chang, Calista Yeh, Superintendent Don Austin, Maya Whitcomb, Kinzah Babar, Deya Ahluwalia, Zach Mermelstein, board of education president Anthony Collatos and Council Reflections Chair Steven Wollman. Not in attendance were Katarina Stoa, Grant Libeu and James Lai.

Students from the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District were recently recognized for their achievements in the National PTA Reflections Program, which encourages participation in the arts, a press release said.

A total of 12 students were recognized by the board of education March 22 for artistic achievement in the program, with students winning first place for their submissions in six categories: dance choreography, photography, visual arts, film production, literature and music composition.

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