PSS Rewards Ceremony could become annual event

PSS students entertain audience at Rewards Ceremony.

The Portsmouth Secondary School (PSS) is hoping to make an annual event out of a rewards ceremony held recently for students.

Principal Lois Bristol expressed this desire when she addressed the ceremony, held at the R.B.D Cinema in Portsmouth on September 22, 2010.

A number of students from first to fifth form walked away with subject prizes in Mathematics, English, Integrated Science, Principles of Business, Accounts, Office Procedures, Reading, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physical Education, Computer Science, Electronic Data Processing Management, Art, Technical Drawing, Electricity, and Plumbing.

Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards were also distributed to the school’s top academic achievers. Juanita Corbette, a student of Form Three, and Form Five student Esther Hyacinth received the distinction of being the only students to meet the requirements for the Gold Academic Award.

The school also recognized students for leadership, school spirit, deportment, and exemplary behavior. A group of students were also recognized for their contribution to the school’s band.

Addressing the event, Supervisor of Secondary Schools Windith Henderson lauded the efforts of the school in recognizing deserving students, and congratulated the students on their achievements. Meanwhile, a long serving teacher at the school, Mrs. Velma Ambo, encouraged those who were not receiving awards to aim higher as there was room at the top for hard workers.

A feature address delivered by pastor and motivational speaker, Lester George, was also well-received by students, parents, teachers, and other guests at the event.

Copyright 2012 Dominica News Online, DURAVISION INC. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or distributed.

Disclaimer: The comments on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of DominicaNewsOnline.com/Duravision Inc. All comments are approved by DominicaNewsOnline.com before they are posted. We never censor based on political or ideological points of view, but we do try to maintain a sensible balance between free speech and responsible moderating.

We will delete comments that:

  • violate or infringe the rights of any person, are defamatory or harassing or include personal attacks
  • a reasonable person would consider abusive or profane
  • contain material which violates or encourages others to violate any applicable law
  • promote hatred of any kind
  • refer to people arrested or charged with a crime as though they had been found guilty
  • contain links to "chain letters", pornographic or obscene movies or graphic images
  • are excessively long and off-topic

See our full comment/user policy/agreement.

15 Comments

  1. Crissy
    October 3, 2010

    Go, Juanita and Esther. Make PSS proud!

  2. ..........
    October 3, 2010

    lololololol rotflmfaoqxzzz the acronym is 1 lettter away from piss lolololol whooo yh

  3. Anonymous
    October 3, 2010

    Congratulations Alize Charles for recieving subjects prizes in English, Literature, Agricultural Science and Computer Science and for making the honor roll. Keep Working Hard. We love you and are proud of you.

    Emily

  4. October 3, 2010

    Congratulation goes out also to the principle and staff of P.S.S for a job well done, we also have to big up the parents for withoout them it would not be possible so to them I suggest you continue to stand firm and make sure they do their home work and on a daily basis check with their teachers to see how they are doing in class.

  5. determined devy
    October 2, 2010

    no tie d uniform well good……………urgh

  6. October 2, 2010

    congrats to Kadeem Douglas!! You’re # 1!

  7. LCM
    October 2, 2010

    Have not heard some good news from PSS in a long time. Keep it up

    Former Student and Teacher

  8. lolsz
    October 2, 2010

    when i ready to leave pss the want to make it an annual event…….EFF PSS

  9. lolsz
    October 2, 2010

    stupes since last week we get our awards now tht reaching on DNO

  10. tiyani supporter
    October 2, 2010

    we rock! and mark u in 2013 my girl Juanita is going to be the top cxc performer- mark my words!Thank u DNO for bringing this to the public, often other media houses(tv) like to run their mouth and give false news about our school but they yet to let the public know of the good which is taking place at P.S.S. Oh and i forgot to add their so called negative “news” about our school is no where close to the truth-unfounded.P .S.S. on the way to recovery

  11. just a suggestion
    October 2, 2010

    I love the uniform but the principle need to add a tie. I think they deserve wearing a tie along with the crest.

  12. marie
    October 2, 2010

    the childs name is not juanita carbon its juanita corbette.

  13. Hello
    October 2, 2010

    Gooooooooooo PSS! Congratulations to all and keep up the great work!

  14. October 2, 2010

    I am very proud of my old school. To all concerned keep up the good work and I am sure that this will encourage the students to reach up to higher heights. It will be a great incentive for the students to stay in school and reach for the goal that they expect to set for themsleves. I am proud of my almateur. PSS has the potential to strive to higher heights and other schools on the island will follow.
    Way to go PSS and to the Teachers and Administrators keep up the good work and continue to make Portsmouth proud.

  15. pss alumnus
    October 2, 2010

    Go P.S.S. Our students have so much potential. Can’t wait for Esther to become the 2011 top CXC performer.

Post a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

:) :-D :wink: :( 8-O :lol: :-| :cry: 8) :-? :-P :-x :?: :oops: :twisted: :mrgreen: more »

 characters available