This is Win­del’s year

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPCIAL -

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.”

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