SMSS graduates urged to be thankful

first_img Share Tweet Sharing is caring! EducationLocalNewsSecondary SMSS graduates urged to be thankful by: Dominica Vibes News – July 2, 2015 Sharecenter_img Principal of the St Martin’s Secondary School, Andra Christian has advised the 2015 graduating class of to adopt an attitude of gratitude.Thirty 30) students graduated during the School’s ceremony on Thursday 2 July at the Arawak House of Culture in Roseau.Valedictorian Janelle Fabien copped two subject prizes for English Language and Home Economics Management and the Sign Man and DOMLEC valedictorian awards.The Principal’s Award went to Rabriska Deschamps who received awards for Church Involvement and the Rotary Shield for Punctuality & Regularity.Other subject prizes were presented as follows;Religious Education – Kittanna CharlesEnglish Language – Janelle FabienFrench – Christendia KernizanMathematics – Reachel AndrewSocial Studies – Lianna MaximeaIntegrated Science – Lianna MaximeaClothing & Textiles – Lianna MaximeaFood & Nutrition – Sophonie VitalHome Economics Management – Janelle FabienInformation Technology – Kittanna CharlesPrinciples of Accounts – Reachel AndrewPrinciples of Business – Malaika SamuelElectronic Document Preparation & Management (EDPM) – Lianna MaximeaSpecial Awards were presented as follows;Diligence – Sophonie VitalSteady Application – Kittanna CharlesChurch Involvement – Rabriska DeschampsExpressive Arts – Kittanna CharlesSinging – Kadeen EtienneVolunteerism – Julissa AybarO. D Brisbane Award for Business & Technology – Reachel AndrewSr. Georgina Deville Award for Home Economics – Reachel AndrewJays Limited Award for Discipline – Malaika SamuelMerit Recognition Award – Sophonie VitalRotary Shield for Punctuality & Regularity – Rabriska DeschampsVictor Joseph Award for Public Spirit – Ellyanna GlasgowJulia Douglas Award for Sports – Carinda PierrePrincipal’s Award – Rabriska DeschampsSign Man Award for valedictorian – Janelle FabienDOMLEC prize for valedictorian – Janelle Fabien “To the graduating class of 2015, I exhort you always be thankful to God for the opportunities that you were exposed to over these years,” Mrs Christian encouraged the graduates. “Remember to thank your parents and sponsors for your education. No matter how little you think they provided, it was sufficient to take you to this point, just as God’s grace will always be sufficient for you beyond this moment,” she continued.– / 107 159 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img