Roseau Primary School told that their background shouldn’t determine their performance
Share Share Share Tweet EducationLocalNewsPrimary Roseau Primary School told that their background shouldn’t determine their performance by: – September 8, 2011 Sharing is caring! 25 Views no discussions Hon Petter St. Jean. Photo credit: GIS NewsEducation Minister Honourable Petter St. Jean has told parents of students of the Roseau Primary School that their socio-background has nothing to do with their performance.Mr St. Jean says the Roseau Primary School has been suffering because of the socio-economic background of the parents.“For a very long time now, Roseau Primary has been categorized as one of the schools that have suffered because of the socio-economic background of the parents. We speak here of the areas like Silver Lake, Yam Piece, Gutter and Pound. May I say to you parents that your geological location, your family background or your socio-economic status has nothing to do with the achievement of your children,” he said.He said every child can learn and every child can do well.“Politics is the involvement of parents and the wider community to ensure success for the children. I want to challenge you the parents of children of Roseau Primary to work hard and ensure that the school becomes one of the shining examples of education in Dominica,” he added.St Jean was delivering remarks at a ceremony to announce the adoption of that school by LIME Dominica.Dominica Vibes News
U.S. Open 2019: Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas looking forward to tournament at Pebble Beach
U.S. Open 2019: 5 holes where Pebble Beach will be won … or lost Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas are ready for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.The major tournament will begin Thursday, and Fowler said he was “looking forward” to playing at the legendary course, even though he has only competed there a handful of times. U.S. Open 2019: 5 storylines to follow at Pebble Beach U.S. Open 2019: Odds for Tiger Woods, favorites to win at Pebble Beach “To me I look at Pebble as not necessarily a place that the more you play it you have an advantage, necessarily,” Fowler told reporters Monday. “It’s a pretty straightforward golf course. There’s only a couple of tee shots that are somewhat blind that you need to just make sure that you’re comfortable on lines. It’s pretty much right in front of you. Very small greens.“So, I love that about it. It’s not very tricky. You hit it in a lot of the middle of the greens here, and you’re going to be in a good position. … But how could you not like this place and get good vibes, especially the last couple of days with the weather we’ve had and just makes you feel good. It’s a beautiful place.” Related News Thomas, who won the PGA Championship in 2017, will be looking for his second major title.“I really do love U.S. Opens, I love the test, the grind,” Thomas said. “They just have a different feel to them, like all the majors do. And I’m excited to go out there and check it out because when you get weather like this at Pebble Beach, it’s got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. It’s going to be a fun week.” Fowler, 30, has won five times on the PGA Tour but he has never come out on top in a major championship.“Obviously there’s a lot of great players that haven’t won a major,” Fowler said. “It’s not necessarily something I think about or worry about. I know that when the time is right, it’s going to happen.“If I don’t win a major, that’s not going to necessarily define me. Do I want to win a major? Yes. I would love to and then knock off some more after that. But it’s not going to define who I am.”Rickie Fowler press conference https://t.co/gXF6vgjOIW— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 10, 2019Thomas, meanwhile, will be coming off a 20th place finish at the Canadian Open last week.“My game right now, it’s pretty good. It’s obviously not exactly where I’d like it to be,” Thomas said. “I felt like last week … we did better. I rolled the ball great last week, I just didn’t make anything.”
Higuaín is intercepted by the Police but manages to escape from Argentina
The police allowed him to travel because the forward showed the medical documents that showed his negativity to the test by COVID-19.Although the plane will not be able to reach Argentina directly, where flights from Italy are blocked: it has traveled to France, then Spain, and from there it will fly to South America. In these hours, Sami Khedira and Miralem Pjanic also left Italy., both, like the Pipita, negative to the disease. As AS knew, Juventus had been informed of the intentions of its footballers and authorized the trip, due to family reasons. In the case of Higuaín, the cause is his mother’s illness, so he has asked to travel to be with her, presenting his medical certificate before traveling.. The ex-Madrid player, the German and the Bosnian are not the only bianconeri in isolation far from Turin: also Cristiano Ronaldo is living these days in Madeira with theirs, while the rest of the squad is still in Italy. Gonzalo Higuaín has left Turin and is returning to Argentina. The striker, quarantined as 121 more people from Juventus due to the two positive cases in the Bianconean team, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi, as revealed by ‘La Repubblica’, last night he abandoned ‘voluntary isolation’ and he showed up at the Torino Caselle airport, where a private plane was waiting for him. Cover of La Gazzetta dello of March 20, 2020.