NAPSA Sets Date for Schools Quiz
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
National Patriotic Students Association (NAPSA) has completed a scouting exercise on schools that will take part in the national quiz competition of Upper Basic Schools in May 26, 2011.
The exercise was a preliminary step geared towards bringing students from different school in the various regions under one umbrella to socialise and share their academic talents and experiences.
Speaking at the most recent students’ gathering held at the Regional Education Office in Kanifing, Fatou A Drammeh, vice chairperson of the students’ association said NAPSA is responsible for the welfare of students, ranging from the first to the twelfth grade.
The test conducted, she explained, was to enable NAPSA to select one upper basic school from each region that will participate in a regional quiz competition to be staged by NAPSA as part of activities marking the upcoming general congress of the students’ association.
She explained that students from the senior secondary schools will also take part in debates. The outstanding schools will be awarded prizes at the end of the cumulative congress.
Author: Alpha Huma