Junior Simmons (President) left, Catherine Cuffy (Director /Chaplain), Collin May (Vice President), Thecla Andrews (Asst. Secretary/Treasurer), and students Andrea Gonsalves and Lewis Nanton.

Two students of the Fair Hall Government School have been awarded by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Cooperative Credit Union Ltd. (SVGPCCU) in conjunction with the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force for their success in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA).

Lewis Nanton and Andrea Gonsalves, who placed 138 for boys and 219 for girls and 347 and 367 overall, received their awards during the Fair Hall Government School 6th Annual Graduation and Prize-Giving Ceremony last Thursday at Glen Baptist Church. Nanton received a scholarship while Gonsalves was presented with a Junior Savers Account.

President of the Board of Directors, Junior Simmons; Vice President Collin May; Assistant Secretary/Treasurer, Thecla Andrews; and Catherine Cuffy, Director/Chaplain represented the SVGPCCU at the ceremony.

“The SVGPCCU is proud to be associated with the Fair Hall Government School, an institution that it has adopted as part of its corporate social responsibility. Moreover, the SVGPCCU is doubly proud to be playing a vital role in nurturing and developing the minds of Lewis and Gonsalves at this most exciting and important juncture in their lives,” the credit union said  in a press release.

The SVGPCCU congratulated Nanton and Gonsalves as well as the other students who pass the CPEA.

The SVGPCCU said it remains true to its mission to provide high quality services in an efficient and effective manner to its stakeholders, thus creating sustainable development and financial growth.