By anguillian July 11, 2016 14:46



Themed, “Shine! Be a World Changer”, the Alwyn A. Richardson Primary School held its grade six graduation ceremony in its auditorium on Tuesday, July 5th, 2016.
The graduating class comprised a total of 22 students from the Alwyn Alison Primary School, and two students from the D.O.V.E Centre all of whom will be entering the island’s only high school come September.
Paris Leveret emerged as the Valedictorian while Rianna Evans was named the Salutatorian.
The graduates were given several awards as follows:
• Top 5 CPEA Awardees:
Paris Leveret
Rianna Evans
Shaiqwaah Paul
Kenan Lloyd
Jadian Hodge
• Top Subject Areas Awardees:

? Mathematics: Paris Leveret
? Literacy: Paris Leveret
? Science: Kenan Lloyd
? Social Studies: Paris Leveret
? ICT: Jeronica Vanterpool
? Spanish: Melani Medina
? Steel Pan: Schenzie

• Outstanding in Sports:
Armoni Gumbs
Kiemora Chung

Other awards included the Corporate Student award, sponsored by the Royal Anguilla Police Force, which went to Kiemora Chung; and the Delta Extra Mile Award which went to Melani Medina. Delta also went the extra mile, itself, by giving Melani’s parents gas vouchers – as well as $500 EC to the school.
The two outstanding students in sports were each presented with a cheque from Parliamentary Secretary, Mr. Cardigan Connor.

The graduates were offered words of encouragement from Keynote Speaker, Dana Fleming, who told them to, “be a better you, and a world changer”. She also advised them: “You must be able to make good decisions in order to respect yourselves and change the world. Being right and having the wrong reaction only makes you wrong as well. Be smart and respect yourselves and others. Keep your mind and body pure”.

In the weeks leading up to the graduation ceremony, Mr. Marvin Hazell, teacher and musician, challenged the students’ abilities to learn new instruments. To the audience’s surprise, the students delivered a stellar performance utilizing their newly learnt instruments.

By anguillian July 11, 2016 14:46


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