Roseau Seventh Day Adventist Leads DBS Reading Competition

Jonathan Honore of the Roseau Seventh Day Adventist School

Jonathan Honore of the Roseau Seventh Day Adventist School

After the first round the Roseau Seventh Day Adventist School is in the lead for this year’s DBS Radio, Ministry of Education and Courts sponsored National reading Competition.

The school topped the first competition held at the Public Service Union on Monday June 2nd 2014, with 291 points.

Jonathan Honore represented the school.

The Saint Martin’s Primary school represented by Megan Vidal followed closely in 2nd place with a total of 275 points.

The Convent Preparatory School secured the 3rd place position with 273 points.

The Saint Mary’s Primary school represented by Juanique Esprit earned fourth place with a total of 259 points.

The Goodwill Primary represented by Chrissie Piper came in fifth with 255 points.

The five students will move on to the next round.

Students from the Morne Prosper, Wotten Waven, Trafalgar, Laudat and Roseau Primary schools also participated.

The competition which is held under the theme “Read Today for Tomorrow,” will continue next week in Grand Bay.

The Reading competition is aimed at encouraging reading among children.

Participants of the DBS Reading Competition

Participants of the DBS Reading Competition

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