Back to school challenge participants win big with CCT

Winners and participants of CCT’s Back to School 
Challenge were awarded yesterday, Tuesday, September 11, with cash prizes.
CCT’s Marketing Manager Recaldo Richardson while making the presentation said, 
“We were extremely impressed with the swiftness and eagerness of participants to complete 
and submit their task cards to move onto the next level. The challenge comprised of four 
challenge task cards with 20 tasks on each card totaling 80 tasks.” 
“We are delighted to award you the participants that completed and submitted all four 
challenge cards. We are proud of this opportunity to assist with your preparations as you 
return to school for the new school year and we look forward to your participation again next 
year,” Mr. Richardson added.,” Mr. Richardson added. 
First place went to Rayshaun Lavacia a student of the Francis Lettsome Primary 
School who received $1,500; second place of $1,000 was awarded to Caleem Walters of 
Elmore Stoutt High School; and third place of $500 was awarded to Camoi Walters also a 
student of the Elmore Stoutt High School. Consolation prizes were awarded to participants 
Caden Fahie of Seventh-day Adventist Secondary School and Ke’Moyia Hodge of St. 
Georges Secondary School.
The winners were determined by the highest number of points gathered throughout a 
two-week challenge aimed at being educational and fun with a slight twist of weirdness. 
Challenges included tasks such as post yourself eating a mango upside down; post a picture 
of yourself performing a community service for a local charity or organization; post a ten 
second video of yourself on a hike down to the Baths in Virgin Gorda; find four stone ovens in 
Carrot Bay; record a video of Foxy singing one of his songs; sing your ABCs backwards with 
your eyes close; and take a picture with CCT’s CEO just to name a few. 
CCT continues to remain active and involved in the community, supporting the BVI in 
the rebuilding process along with tackling issues that affect the territory. To learn more about 
CCT BVI, visit or CCT BVI Facebook page.