Annai Secondary School from Region Nine emerged Champions of the 2014 Climate
Change-LCDS Secondary Schools Quiz.
The quiz was broadcast on the National Communications Network (NCN) over the past three weeks.
The quiz was organised by the Office for Climate Change, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and NCN. It featured 16 secondary schools drawn from all ten administrative regions of Guyana with veteran broadcaster and Quizmaster Dr. Rovin Deodat moderating.
According to a Government release, the final leg of the competition was played between Covent Garden Secondary School on the East Bank Demerara and Annai Secondary School. At the prize-giving ceremony Gitanjali Chandarpal, Head of the Office of Climate Change, congratulated both teams that made it to the finals and thanked all the schools that took part in the Quiz for their excellent showing and their contribution to educating the Guyanese public on Climate Change and the LCDS.
This was the third CC-LCDS Quiz for Secondary Schools organised by the Office of Climate Change.
Students from all the teams in the Quiz received special gifts for their participation as well as prizes for winning in each match as they moved forward. The champions, Annai Secondary School, received the winners-trophy and Covent Garden received a trophy for the runner-up position. Both teams will also benefit from education tours organised by the Office of Climate Change and the Ministry of Education.
The schools that participated in the 2014 CC-LCDS included: Port Kaituma Secondary, Cotton Field Secondary, Abram Zuil Secondary, West Demerara Secondary; Stewartville Secondary, St. Stanislaus College, Beterverwagting Secondary, Bishops High School, Covent Garden Secondary, Bush Lot Secondary,, Berbice Educational Institute, J.C. Chandisingh Secondary, Three Miles Secondary, Paramakatoi Secondary, Annai Secondary and Christianburg Wismar Secondary.
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