SUSEC Model School emerges winner of maiden ‘Cowbell Brain Challenge’ quiz in B/Region
The SUSEC Model Basic School has emerged winners of the maiden ‘Brain Challenge’ quiz competition, organised for selected basic schools in the Bono Region.
For their prizes, the three participants from SUSEC Model received a brand new laptop computer each, medals, learning materials, certificate, and Cowbell products.
The school also received a double-decker refrigerator, a GOTV decoder, and flat screen television, while the two coaching teachers each took home a tablet and certificate.
Each of the contestants from the St Mary’s School received a brand new tablet, a certificate, learning materials, and varieties of Cowbell products.
Addressing the schools, prior to the contest, Mr Godwin Atta Andoh Snr, Managing Director of Ark FM, noted the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic, and its attendant social and economic downturn, affected the educational and developmental processes of the children.
“As a media house, our quest has always been to ensure our programmes enhance the improvement of our listeners and the community, especially, the future generation,” he said.
“Introducing the Cowbell brain challenge is therefore a well thought plan to give an opportunity to children to be a part of our unique broadcasting experience and to share knowledge with their peers within the Bono region and beyond,” he added.
Mr Andoh congratulated all the 16 participating schools, and expressed appreciation to Cowbell, saying the competition has come to stay and would be held annually to roll more schools on board.
He also thanked Ghana Education Service (GES) and other sponsors including Gotv, STU, Xtreme Consortium, Eusbett hotel limited, Depot One, Heavens Laboratory and Farmers Link for their diverse support which made the competition successful.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest