South Rivers School takes Spelling B
June 4, 2004
South Rivers School takes Spelling B

The South Rivers Methodist School, represented by Ijahlon Spencer and Shameca Butler, has taken the first position in the Christian Children’s Funds S.U.B. United’s inaugural Spelling B Competition.
The competition, held May 21, saw the participation of Colonarie Primary, Diamonds Government, New Grounds Primary, Pamelus Burke Government, Park Hill Government and South Rivers Methodist School. {{more}}Torrential rains prevented the Sandy Bay Government School crossing the Dry River and participating.
The Pamelus Burke Government School, represented by Nicola Hackshaw and Tonyah Williams, who was also rewarded for being the most outstanding speller, placed second while the third position went to the Diamonds Government School, represented by Gorlee Thomas and Sherica Fergus.
Other participants were Aresha Lawrence and Yasmine Hackshaw from Colonarie Primary, Rodrico Dalzell and Shevanica Neverson from New Grounds Primary and Deron Butler and Franeca Glasgow from the Park Hill Government School.
This Spelling B Competition was held as part of Child Month celebrations. It is expected to be an annual event, as students of the seven primary schools vie for the CCF Challenge Trophy.