La Paz Integrated High School bags the "Green ka na ba? Interschool Quiz Bee" Championship

La Paz Integrated High School bags the "Green ka na ba? Interschool Quiz Bee" Championship


La Paz Integrated High School proved an outstanding performance and they were declared as the Quiz Bee Champion during the “Green Ka Na Ba? Interschool Quiz Bee” sponsored by the DENR PENRO Abra on 16 July 2019.

Likewise, Abra High School Main Campus garnered the 1st Runner Up while Little Flower High School got the 2nd Runner Up place.

A total of eleven (11) schools in the province of Abra competed for the Green ka na Ba? Inter School Quiz Bee championship. The Quiz Bee was one of the highlights of the Environment Month Culminating Activity and the 32nd Anniversary of Cordillera Day held in the new building of the Agency. The contest was open to Grade 10 students from participating schools namely:La Paz Integrated School, Western Abra National High School, Dalit National High School, Tagodtod National High School, Little Flower High School, Abra High School – Sinalang, Holy Cross School, Manabo National High School, Luzong National High School, and Abra Valley Colleges. Each group was represented by two students. The group who gets the most number of points will be the Champion. Students braced up for the three categories: easy, average and difficult rounds. Questions were about the environment in general and the DENR, its programs and policies. The students were tested with how much they know about the environment as well as the level of participation and awareness they possess on matters like climate change, action towards protection and preservation, and among others.

Winners were awarded with trophies and cash prizes of P5, 000.00, P3, 000.00 and P2, 000.00, for the first, second and third placers, respectively while non-winners were also give consolation prizes of 500.00 per school.

Participating schools received a plaque of appreciation, which were received by their respective coaches.

The Quiz Bee proved a heightened awareness of Abrenian Youth on environment. As such, DENR PENRO Abra commits to strengthen the implementation of its programs in the province towards promoting environmental awareness and education to the youth through its CEPA Activities.|P. Abra, IAPBello





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