National Merit Program Commended
HTHS Students for 2017
Patrick Bray (Not Present in Photo)
NEW JERSEY PTA ART REFLECTIONS 2016-2017 THEME:
What Is Your Story?
Come and express their creative side,
-We welcome students of all grades and all abilities to explore their inner artist.
-Students may explore one or more arts disciplines, including: 1. Dance Choreography, 2.
Film Production 3. Literature 4. Music Composition 5. Photography and 6. Visual Arts.
-Students reflect on the annual theme, this year’s being, “What Is Your Story?”
-Every student is recognized for their accomplishments, and there is an opportunity to advance for county, state, and national awards and recognition.
-Entries should represent students’ unique creativity. Adults may encourage students but
are asked not to assist with their interpretation of the theme or artistic expression.
. Please see the National PTA website for complete rules, and review all pages: http://tinyurl.com/ArtReflections2016. Rules will also be distributed by email, and are available in the school’s main office. Full compliance with all rules is required for eligibility to advance beyond the district exhibition.
Final entries will be due to schools by Monday, November 7, 2016. Complete the entry form on the back of this page and attach to the entry.
The Haddon Township PTA Arts Reflection Committee
Congratulations to Sarah Bruno for winning the Colonial Conference Singles Tournament this past weekend. It was a first for any HT girl or boy in singles.
Pictured, after Sarah's Colonial Conference championship win are: Alyssa Jones, Elisa Hardeski, Sarah Bruno, Katie Rosenello, and Coach Tom Mulligan. Also Hardeski and Rosenello made it to the 2nd round of the prestigious NJSIAA Doubles Tournament at Mercer Co. Park this past weekend along with teammate Julie Erhardt at the singles' position. Nice job HT Girls' Tennis!