Tonica Alliandra George of St Andrew’s Methodist spells her way to the top

Tonica Alliandra George of St Andrew’s Methodist with her trophy

On Saturday, 17 March Grade 5 students from across Grenada and Carriacou, competed in front a packed stadium hall for the title of Spelling Bee Champion 2018.

The one-day knockout competition comprised 3 rounds of competitiveness: Round 1 Qualifier/Written Round; Round 2 Heats and Round 3 Finals.

Defending Champion St Martin De Porres RC School failed to guard the title and was eliminated before reaching the final round of competition.

After keen contest St Andrew’s Methodist Tonica Alliandra George rose to supremacy to become the Spelling Bee Champion 2018. She was followed in second place by Eden Lana Otway of Alpha Junior and third by Tiffany A Victor of St Louis RC Girls School.

The main objectives of the Rotaract Spelling Bee Competition which started in 1987, are to foster a sense of enthusiasm for literacy and spelling among Grade 5 primary school students, across the State of Grenada and to build the confidence of the participants.

The Rotaract Club of Grenada extends its gratitude to all schools, participants and supporters for making this year’s competition a resounding success.

More details about the Rotaract Club of Grenada and its activities can be found on the Club’s Facebook Page at

Rotaract Club of Grenada

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