Carnation Elementary Students Make Reflections Which Last a Lifetime!


Three Riverview School District students received awards at the state level of the 2022 PTSA Reflections Art Competition. And here’s a cool detail: All three were students at Carnation Elementary!


The three students: Michael Batishchev, Alexander Colburn, and Elora Suchyta received Awards of Merit for their work and earned medals for their achievement.


The theme for this year’s competition was “I Will Change the World By…”.


We are happy to share links to their award-winning work, along with their Artist Statement, as submitted to judges for consideration.


Join us in celebrating Michael, Alexander, and Elora’s incredible work! We are all so proud of you!

 

Michael Batischev (Film, Primary Division)


Title of Work: Save the world

Artist Statement: I will change the world by encouraging people to recycle more so we can keep the earth healthy.

Link to Michael’s film: “Save the world”





 

Alexander Colburn (Photography, Primary Division) Title of Work: kids food

Artist Statement: I took this picture because every kid should have enough food to last them thir whole life. If some kids don’t have enough to eat, they can’t study as well as other kids. I’m proud of my school for giving kids food.

Link to Alexander’s photo: “kids food”

 

Elora Suchyta (Music, Film Division)


Title of Work: KINDNESS CHANGES THE WORLD

Artist Statement: MY SONG IS ABOUT HOW SMALL ACTS OF KINDNESS WILL MAKE A BIG CHANGE IN THE WORLD

Link to Elora’s song: “KINDNESS CHANGES THE WORLD”

 

Thank you to Erin Nussbaum and the Carnation Elementary PTSA for the images and links which contributed to this article.