Reading competition final to be held today

A competitor in action during the finals of a previous DBS Reading Competition

Ten (10) finalists will be competing at this year’s 12th annual DBS Radio national reading competition.

The competition is held in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and is sponsored by Courts Dominica Ltd.

The finalists are as follows: Khaleed Colaire – Ebenezer SDA Primary, Isaac Roberts- Grand Fond Primary, Reuan Thomas- Pioneer Preparatory, Emile Charles- W.S. Stevens Primary, Kheanillia Barrie- Atkinson Primary, Sekuan Maffei- Convent Preparatory, Jonathan Theophile- St. Mary’s Primary, Sienna Andrew- St. Martin’s Primary, Mia Joseph- Berean Christian Academy and Elion Oscar- Petite Savanne Primary.

The competition is judged in two categories and this year, for the first time, the organizers are using a different set of judges for each category.

The event is scheduled to take place from 3:00 pm at the Public Service Union (PSU) building on Friday July 5th, 2019.

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  1. Dominica
    July 9, 2019

    Congrat to all the student at the Reading icompetition

  2. Just Passing By
    July 5, 2019

    Wow!!! Imagine that…reading, an almost lost and forgotten fundamental art being appreciated and celebrated in this age of emojis, bad grammar and incorrect spelling.

    All the best to the competitors!!

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