LocalNewsPrimary Massacre Primary tops the semi-final round of DBS reading competition by: – June 15, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Shania Edwards standing second from the right with the six other finalists.The annual DBS Radio reading competition is well underway with the just concluded semi-final round at the Public Service Union building in Roseau this morning.Shania Edwards of the Massacre Primary School was judged the winner with a total of 294 points, ten points more than Leston Laurent of the Sineku Primary School who emerged second.Miss Edwards read confidently with pace, articulated her words clearly and did not omit any of the lines given to her. She told Dominica Vibes News that although she is suprised at having won, she is thankful to God, her teachers and parents for their support and assistance.“I prepared very hard and I am surprised and very happy that I have won. I thank God for everything that he has done for me and the rest of the reading competitors.”The other schools who placed were San Sauver Primary 273 in seventh place, Salisbury Primary 6th place with 274 points, Pioneer Prepartory School with 277 points, St. Joseph Primary Junior with 283 points, and Castle Bruce Primary with 283 points as well.Although they were not placed in the finals, the Mahuat Primary School, Lighthouse Christain Academy, Calibishie Primary, Thibaud Primary and Salibya Primary School represented their schools very well.The Judges also encouraged the participants who have made it to the final round to keep a good reading pace from the beginning to the end, read clearly, and ensure that they do not omit any part of the script.Dominica Vibes News 43 Views no discussions Tweet Share Share
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