This is Windel’s year
Daniel Williams, Montego Bay High School in St James.
1. Daniel Williams, Montego Bay High 2.Shaquille Chapman, Cornwall College 3. Haroon Rasheed, Corinaldi Avenue Primary 4. Kimberley Banton, John’s Hall All-Age 5. Daniel McIntosh, Supreme Preparatory Top Boy: Shaquille Chapman, Cornwall College Top Girl: Daniel Williams, Montego Bay High Winning word: L-A-B-O-R-I-O-U-S Coach: Kay-ann Robinson Number of spellers: 52 SPANISH TOWN, St Catherine: WINDEL PLACED second last year in the 2015 parish finals and decided that this was going to be the year he holds the trophy. He started to study intensely in July for about two and a half hours per day. He enjoys his physical education class at school and his Health and Family Life Education class is his favourite. Football is also one of his loves, though he doesn’t play on a team.
The Bee Spellers Coaching Programme with Hanif Brown as head coach prepares him for competition.
His coach explained that he is most thankful for Windel’s win because he is from humble beginnings.
Windel on winning: “I feel glad.”
one for the MIF as we have sought to maximise our impact by channeling our work into just three thematic areas – climate-smart agriculture, inclusive cities, and the knowledge economy,”’ the IDB said in a statement.
“By bringing our vast expertise, including our groundbreaking work in fostering innovation in financial inclusion, to these three topics, we believe we can make a meaningful contribution to region-wide innovation, sustainability, and opportunity.”