Miller House Dominates Prospect Primary School Sports Day
Published 22nd February 2021, 8:51am
Prospect Primary School’s Miller House dominated the school’s recent Sports Day (11 February) and emerged winner of the Sports Day and the parade inspections held at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
Acting Director of the Department of Education Services (DES) Tammy Hopkins congratulated Miller house on its success. “Congratulations on an excellent job, Miller House. This was indeed a tough competition, but by working together as a team, you accumulated 585 points. Congratulations also to McField and Powell Houses for being awesome competitors. Through your valiant efforts, you were able to achieve 538 and 533. Keep up the good work. I am proud of you all,” stated Mrs. Hopkins.
Several notable guests were on hand to witness some of the exciting performances including Minister for Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture and Lands (EYSAL) Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly, who delivered the opening remarks.
Also in attendance were Ministry of EYSAL Acting Chief Officer Lyneth Monteith who along with DES Senior School Improvement Officer Nicholas Obie inspected the parade of houses before the final judging by Mrs. Tammy Hopkins and DES Acting Customer Service Manager Mrs. Gloria Bell.
The inspection results were announced by Ministry of EYSAL Acting Deputy Chief Officer Mark Ray and Member of Parliament for Prospect Austin Harris.
Director of Sports Mr. Kurt Hyde declared the event open.
Prospect Primary School Principal Matthew Read was pleased with the support for the day’s activities. “Thanks to everyone who helped to make the day a success including the staff who helped to ensure that the day’s events ran smoothly, our Parent Teacher Association (PTA), volunteers, guests and all parents and well-wishers. Thank you for making this a wonderful day,” Mr. Read said.
To learn the dates of other school sports days visit www.education.gov.ky.
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