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MSS students rewarded with ‘good conduct badges’

by Staff Reporter

MSS-Prize-Giving-Ceremony-(3)MSS-Prize-Giving-Ceremony-(2)At the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) special assembly on Monday morning, principal Mrs. Cherlyn Hogan, as she welcomed ECCB Agency Mrs. Claudette Weekes for the main event of the assembly, along with media and special guests, announced there would be another surprise event or two.

These included a special rendition by the school choir and especially the award of ‘good conduct’ badges to well behaved children up to the just concluded half term. The reward was a new initiative and an acknowledgement of students who understand the issues of the impact of students’ behaviour that the school has been battling.

Explaining how the badge winners were identified, she told the students that teachers, “took an average of the scores that you got from your teachers you know the maximum would have been five and all of the students who received 4.5 to 5 will get a good conduct badge, simply because they have been behaving exceptionally well.” click here to hear Principal

The names were called of students from form one to five, who all came forward and received a badge from the principal.

The student choir entertained as they sang and moved to the gospel song, “Shackles“ (praise you) featuring Nia Golden, bringing the assembly to a close after the thank you usual expressions of gratitude.

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MSS-Prize-Giving-Ceremony-(3)MSS-Prize-Giving-Ceremony-(2)At the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) special assembly on Monday morning, principal Mrs. Cherlyn Hogan, as she welcomed ECCB Agency Mrs. Claudette Weekes for the main event of the assembly, along with media and special guests, announced there would be another surprise event or two.

These included a special rendition by the school choir and especially the award of ‘good conduct’ badges to well behaved children up to the just concluded half term. The reward was a new initiative and an acknowledgement of students who understand the issues of the impact of students’ behaviour that the school has been battling.

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Explaining how the badge winners were identified, she told the students that teachers, “took an average of the scores that you got from your teachers you know the maximum would have been five and all of the students who received 4.5 to 5 will get a good conduct badge, simply because they have been behaving exceptionally well.” click here to hear Principal

The names were called of students from form one to five, who all came forward and received a badge from the principal.

The student choir entertained as they sang and moved to the gospel song, “Shackles“ (praise you) featuring Nia Golden, bringing the assembly to a close after the thank you usual expressions of gratitude.