Chief Secretary visits top SEA students
From left St. Andrews Anglican Principal Nicole Henry, Ceronne Brebnor,who is the mother of Khaleel Job, Khaleel Job from St. Andrews Anglican (12th place student and top boy in Tobago), Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, Neshone Russel from St. Andrews Anglican, Secretary of Community Development Enterprise Development and Labour Marslyn Melville-Jack, mother of Neshone Russel and Assemblyman Marisha Osmond.
Anaiya Wickham (fourth) of Signal Hill Government Primary is congratulated by Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles.
Tori Isaac (third) of Signal Hill Government Primary, is congratulated by Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles as her father looks on.
Principal of the Signal Hill Government Primary school and Anaiya Wickham.
Top SEA student for Tobago Da-xia James of Signal Hill Government Primary school.
Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles visited Tobago schools on Wednesday (July 4, 2018) to congratulate students who sat the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam, as results were delivered this morning. Signal Hill Government Primary had three of the top four students. Da-xia James of Signal Hill Government Primary was the island’s top student and will attend Bishop’s High School. Second was Lambeau Anglican’s Annaya Baird.