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Youth on a Mission for God

A non-denominational youth program has embarked upon addressing the social ails affecting youth in society and creating solutions for them. Ms. Ellen Paul, Coordinator of Youth on a Mission for God, says this is an event where youth assemble and they try to figure out solutions for their everyday issues, especially those that have a huge impact on the youth. A pastor from Jamaica made an appearance at the p ...

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Dominica Grammar School, Records 92 Graduates for 2013

Ninety-two successful graduates of the Dominica Grammar School said their formal goodbyes at a ceremony held at the Arawak House of Culture, on June 24th in their honor. With the theme “Don’t look back, you are not going that way” the graduants were encouraged by Dr. Donald Peters, President of the Dominica State College to do just that. ...

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Minister of Education Speaks on Underperformance of La Plaine Students

According to the Minister of Education, Mr. Petter St. Jean, there has been a lack of performance in students from the La Plaine zone. Mr. St. Jean added, that over the past few years, his Ministry has been examining and investigating the performance of students nationally on the grade 6 assessment exams as well as the grade 2 and 4 exams. ...

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UWI Hosts Lecture on Economic Issues Relating to Managers

On Monday June 24th, the University of the West Indies hosted a lecture on Economic Issues relating to Managers at the UWI Open Campus. Trinidad Resident, Mr. Assad N Hussien, conducted the lecture. This is his second time visiting Dominica and according to Mr. Hussien, individuals have different impressions on what Project Managing is all about. “Among all the fields in management whether financial, produc ...

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SMP Tops Round 2 of DBS National Reading Competition

Aldi Xavier, of the St. Mary’s Primary School won the second round of the DBS National Reading Competition on Friday June 21st. With a panel of three judges, Annicia Coipel of the St. Martin Primary School came in second place, followed by Merkayla Jno. Baptiste of the Convent Preparatory in third place. The articulate Mr. Xavier captured 264 points. ...

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Lious Riviere has topped the Grade Six Assessment Exams

Lious Riviere, student of the Concord Primary School has topped the Grade Six Assessment Exams, which was announced on Monday June 24th by the Ministry of Education. There was a tie for second place with Kodie Jean Jacques of the Convent Prep and Gianni George of the St. Martin Primary School. However, a second place was not declared. ...

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Education Minister Calls on Young Men to Display Real Masculine Behavior

Minister of Education and Human Resource Development, Honourable Petter St. Jean, certainly sent a strong message to the fathers of the young graduates of the Pierre Charles Secondary School, on Thursday June 20th. He advised the fathers, in light of what is going on in today’s world, they now, more than ever need to take up their role as men very seriously, to nurture young men with a spirit of manliness a ...

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Pierre Charles Secondary holds Annual Commencement Ceremony Celebrating Student Success under the Theme: “Forge the course to Shape your Destiny”

Sixty-One (61) students attained their high school Diploma, when the Pierre Charles Secondary School in Grandbay presented its annual Graduation ceremony. The latest graduating class constituted a third group of Governments USEC programme, students. PCSS Principal, Mrs Shirley Samuel, in delivering her remarks advised Students to embrace their new environment with determination and a spirit that amongst oth ...

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