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St John’s Cadets On First Parade

St John’s College in Cawaci,  Ovalau, held its first cadet passing-out parade last Saturday. School principal Father Ekuasi Manu said that about 580 students took part in the parade. “I
30 Jun 2015 16:37
St John’s Cadets On First Parade
The chief guest and former Government minister, Pio Tikoduadua, talking with his daughter Sarafina Tikoduadua during the St John’s College first cadet passing-out parade at the school ground yesterday in Ovalau. The school management plan to stage the cadet training every year. Photo: Manhar Lal

St John’s College in Cawaci,  Ovalau, held its first cadet passing-out parade last Saturday.

School principal Father Ekuasi Manu said that about 580 students took part in the parade.

“I have been the principal of the school for the past eight years and this year we had our first full cadet passing-out parade,” Father Manu said.

“Seeing my students put on a tremendous performance during the training and also during the parade made me very proud; even the parents, friends and families who were part of the parade felt the same,” he said.

LIST OF AWARDEES

Baton of Honour: Tokoni Tuitavuki

Headboy: Phillip Tuinirarama

Headgirl: Anisa Vakarewasa

Best Female Cadet: Antonina Karakara

Best Male Cadet: Tokoni Tuitavuki

Father Manu said former Government Minister and former student Pio Tikoduadua was chief guest.

“Mr Tikoduadua congratulated the students for their hard work and encouraged them to be the best in what they did and that discipline was one of the main keys to success.”

He added that the school was planning to have cadet training every year as it helped in nurturing and preparing students to be more disciplined.

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