An­gel wants to make St Mary proud

Jamaica Gleaner - - OPINION&COMMENTARY -

PORT MARIA, St Mary: AN­GEL IS 11 years old and in grade six. This is her third time en­ter­ing the com­pe­ti­tion. She was cham­pion girl last year. Spent the sum­mer study­ing for the par­ish fi­nals. Her favourite sub­ject is math­e­mat­ics and she loves to read. She would like to be lawyer and is a mem­ber of most of the clubs in her school, in­clud­ing, Math Club, High Achiev­ers Club, Girls Guides, Sci­ence Club and Read­ing Club.

An­gel on win­ning: am proud of my­self.”

On na­tion­als: “I’m go­ing to make St Mary proud.”

“I can man­age study­ing for GSAT and na­tion­als. My av­er­age is 91 [per cent], I’m al­ways first in my class, and so I’m not wor­ried about it.” “I feel happy, so happy. I 1. An­gel Tucker, End­field Pri­mary and Ju­nior High 2. Vince Anne Campbell, St Mary High 3. Ja­heem Jack­son, St Mary High 4. Nick­e­lia Ram­don, Rock River Pri­mary 5. La­janaye Clarke, Brim­mer­vale High Top Boy: Ja­heem Jack­son, St Mary High Top Girl: An­gel Tucker, End­field Pri­mary and Ju­nior High Win­ning word: N-O-C-T-U-R-N-A-L Coach: Ker­rian Green Num­ber of spell­ers: 69

Coach on win­ning: “I was sure she would win today. Last year I told her that this year would be our year.”

An­gel Tucker of End­field Pri­mary and Ju­nior High, lifts the tro­phy for St Mary.

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