Dugard Students Rewarded By Flow

Dugard Students Rewarded By Flow

 Castries, Saint Lucia, October 13, 2017 – Students of the Dugard Roman Catholic Combined School in Choiseul were rewarded on Wednesday for their excellence in academics, athletics, the arts, discipline and more during a ceremony on Wednesday October 11th, 2017.

The school’s principal, Mrs Tessa Charles-Calderon, welcomed former student Troy Nestor, now a math teacher at Monchy Primary School, as the event’s guest speaker. Also welcomed was the Member of Parliament for Choiseul, Hon, Bradley Felix.

Dugard RC Combined School alumnus Troy Nestor, delivering the feature address at the school's anual awards ceremony

Dugard RC Combined School alumnus Troy Nestor, delivering the feature address at the school’s anual awards ceremony

Among the principal recipients were Shaquille William and Hileea Joakim, Saint Lucia’s national science quiz champions. Shaquille, who is now at Choiseul Secondary, was also the district seven numeracy champion. Hileea is now at Vieux Fort Comprehensive.

Shaquille William, National Science Fair Winner, got a bag from Glow and free service for six months

Shaquille William, National Science Fair Winner, got a bag from Glow and free service for six months

The two were presented with schoolbags, water bottles, and pens by Flow Product Manager for TV and Broadband, Adriana Mitchel-Gideon. Their proud parents, Mary Charles of Roblot and Juliana Joseph of Dacretin, will also get six months of free service.

Hileea Joachim, National Science Fair Winner, got a bag from Glow and free service for six months

Hileea Joachim, National Science Fair Winner, got a bag from Glow and free service for six months

The school staff also received gifts from Flow. The ceremony, which included fine performances from the Dugard Combined choir and dance troupe, was held under the theme, “Against the Odds, We Rise.”

The Dugard RC Combined School Choir in full voice

The Dugard RC Combined School Choir in full voice

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  1. Lovely
    October 13, 2017 at 5:28 pm Reply

    I have always been proud of that school…through academic performance and dance with culture. Way to go. Proud to have been a past student and also my daughter..keep it up! !!

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