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Misses Brown and Figueroa receive award certificates in ECCU Essay contest

by Staff Reporter

ECCB Agency representative Mrs. Claude Weekes delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS students, Nadia Browne

ECCB Agency representative Mrs. Claude Weekes
delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS student, Nadia
Browne

Resident representative Mrs. Claudette Weekes of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Agency Office here once again paid a visit during the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) special assembly on Monday.

The special occasion once again involved the recent past MSS student Nadia Browne, now a Montserrat Community College student, who is now no stranger to winning ECCB-ECCU Essay contests.

Mrs. Weekes presented the awards at the special assembly, to Nadia in the 14-16-year-old category, as well as a certificate of award to Maria Figueroa.

See: http://www.themontserratreporter.com/mss-nadia-browne-receives-1st-place-prize-in-eccu-contest/

MSS held a special assembly yesterday to acknowledge the top local performers in the OECS Essay competition.

Nadia Browne age 14, this time collected her prize for winning in the 14 to 16 category, the 13th OECS Essay Competition, hosted and sponsored by the ECCB, while Maria Figueroa who was singled out for special mention for being the best in the 17 to 19 category on island received a certificate.

After both girls received their award certificate  Miss Brown give brief remarks in which she encouraged other students to take part in the competition.

Reiterating Mrs. Weekes’ confidence in Montserrat’s students for having won the essay several times, “…we have the ability to win, we’ve done it two years in a row and we’ve also want other prizes in this contest  before so I’m encouraging the 5th formers this year,” she said as she encouraged again. “I know your essay skills may not be good, mine wasn’t either, but Miss Cleo (Mrs. Cleo Cassell) helped me to develop them. You can try this year, give it your best, ask Miss Cleo for her help, ask your parents, ask your friends and participate,” she told the MSS students at the special assembly.

Mrs. Claude Weekes delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS student Maria Figueroa

Mrs. Claude Weekes
delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS student Maria Figueroa

OECS 2014 essay

Mrs. Weekes meantime took the opportunity to announce and remind, ”that the topics are out.”

They are: “How can the current OECS Education System be restructured to prepare young people to fulfill their aspirations;Young people’s consistent engagement with social media has the potential of advancing or stifling their advancement, discuss; and thirdly, Developing the creative talents of the young people of the OECS is critical to the advancement of the creative arts in industry in the region, discuss.”

Children between the ages of 14 and 19 you’re eligible; the essay number of words will be between 715 and 1000, and, must write just on one of the topics.

Principal Cherlyn Hogan had issued good conduct badges to deserving students prior to the award to Nadia and Maria. She ended the assembly after the school choir performed and thanked everyone for coming and participating.

Photos: Assembly crowd  etc

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ECCB Agency representative Mrs. Claude Weekes delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS students, Nadia Browne

ECCB Agency representative Mrs. Claude Weekes
delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS student, Nadia
Browne

Resident representative Mrs. Claudette Weekes of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Agency Office here once again paid a visit during the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) special assembly on Monday.

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The special occasion once again involved the recent past MSS student Nadia Browne, now a Montserrat Community College student, who is now no stranger to winning ECCB-ECCU Essay contests.

Mrs. Weekes presented the awards at the special assembly, to Nadia in the 14-16-year-old category, as well as a certificate of award to Maria Figueroa.

See: http://www.themontserratreporter.com/mss-nadia-browne-receives-1st-place-prize-in-eccu-contest/

MSS held a special assembly yesterday to acknowledge the top local performers in the OECS Essay competition.

Nadia Browne age 14, this time collected her prize for winning in the 14 to 16 category, the 13th OECS Essay Competition, hosted and sponsored by the ECCB, while Maria Figueroa who was singled out for special mention for being the best in the 17 to 19 category on island received a certificate.

After both girls received their award certificate  Miss Brown give brief remarks in which she encouraged other students to take part in the competition.

Reiterating Mrs. Weekes’ confidence in Montserrat’s students for having won the essay several times, “…we have the ability to win, we’ve done it two years in a row and we’ve also want other prizes in this contest  before so I’m encouraging the 5th formers this year,” she said as she encouraged again. “I know your essay skills may not be good, mine wasn’t either, but Miss Cleo (Mrs. Cleo Cassell) helped me to develop them. You can try this year, give it your best, ask Miss Cleo for her help, ask your parents, ask your friends and participate,” she told the MSS students at the special assembly.

Mrs. Claude Weekes delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS student Maria Figueroa

Mrs. Claude Weekes
delivers Award certifi cates to former MSS student Maria Figueroa

OECS 2014 essay

Mrs. Weekes meantime took the opportunity to announce and remind, ”that the topics are out.”

They are: “How can the current OECS Education System be restructured to prepare young people to fulfill their aspirations;Young people’s consistent engagement with social media has the potential of advancing or stifling their advancement, discuss; and thirdly, Developing the creative talents of the young people of the OECS is critical to the advancement of the creative arts in industry in the region, discuss.”

Children between the ages of 14 and 19 you’re eligible; the essay number of words will be between 715 and 1000, and, must write just on one of the topics.

Principal Cherlyn Hogan had issued good conduct badges to deserving students prior to the award to Nadia and Maria. She ended the assembly after the school choir performed and thanked everyone for coming and participating.

Photos: Assembly crowd  etc