55 Students graduate
“You are Guyana’s future and as such it was very important that you took advantage of every opportunity presented to you to develop your educational background as education is the key to success”.
That was the advice given to 55 Grade six students on Monday last by the Secretary/CEO of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Hilbert Foster at the closing ceremony of the 5th Annual Republic Bank Summer Camp.
The Camp was organised by the Educational Committee of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club headed by Assistant Secretary/CEO Nermala Sewdat with the main aim of preparing the students for entrance into Secondary School in September.
Foster urged the young students to always be discipline, focus and to make sure that they develop the love for research and reading. The Club Secretary also committed the RHTY&SC to assist them in the future while stating the Guyana’s leading youth and sports club would continue to promote the Importance of Education.
Foster advised the students to keep away from drugs, crime and the evil ways of Satan and to choose their friends carefully in Secondary School. He also used the opportunity to encourage the students to join a sports organisation in their district as sports are safe avenues for youths to be engaged in.
Teacher of the Camp and Coordinator Rohan Etwaru in giving a review disclosed that the students were taught Math, English, Social Studies, Integrated Science and Spanish. The students were involved in book reviews, lectures on social issues and sports.
The Camp was a huge success and Etwaru congratulated both the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club and Republic Bank for hosting it as all the students have shown remarkable improvements and were fully prepared for Secondary School in September.
Ms. Farah Bates was named the Best Overall Student while Lakeannand Govindasammy was the Most Discipline Student.
Other awardees named were Best Math Student – Rose Ann Hutson, Best English and Social Studies – Treviena Wiggins, Best Science Student – Nashand Rahaman, Best attendance and Punctuality – Veramootoo Senwasie and Most Improved Student – Blossom Earle.
Prizes awarded included educational and sports materials while each student received special gifts. The Management of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club is expressing profound gratitude to the Rose Hall Town Branch of Republic Bank and Food For the Poor Guyana Inc. for their assistance towards making the 2011 Summer Camp successful.
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