St. George's Grenada, June 26th, 2015:
Three weeks, three rounds, four games and it came down to the crowning of a champion in the first ever NAWASA’s Water Warz Quiz Competition on Friday June 26th 2015.
At 2:15 p.m. Host Akiera Paterson voice echoed through the hushed audience… “Welcome to the Live Grand Finale of NAWASA’s Water Warz”. Three students stood ready, hands over buzzers in an effort to bring glory to their school – Kezia Gibbs, SJC St. George, Gideon George, SAASS and Peron Paul from the Mc Donald College.
It was a tight race from the very start and many would have thought that the decider would have been the final $200.00 questions. The trio proved us all wrong and with responses their final sum were.. SJC St. George $875.00, SAASS $650.00 and Mc Donald College $325.00.
The jubilant sound from the supporters of the St. Joseph’s Convent St. George meant one thing that their very own Kezia Gibbs pulled it off and brought victory to her school. Not only was the first place trophy in their hands but the coveted title of Champions- NAWASA’s Water Warz Competition. SJC St. George walked away with $4015.00 dollars, SAASS – $2630.00 and Mac Donald College $1769.00. These earnings represent the sum from all participating games.
Ten schools took part in this unique quiz competition to Grenada, fashioned after the popular game show Jeopardy - GBSS, Beacon High, St. Rose Modern Secondary, JW Fletcher Catholic, Grenada Christian Academy, Hillsborough Secondary, Wesley College, SAASS, Mc Donald College and of course Champions – SJC St. George.
Water Warz is one of three activities organized by the Authority in observance of World Water Day 2015 which is celebrated under the theme of Water and Sustainable Development.
The Board of Directors, Management and Staff congratulate the St. Joseph’s Convent St. George on their well-deserved victory.
Following the live Grand Finale of NAWASA’s Water Warz, the competition winners in the Pre & Primary School Jingle Competition were presented with their prizes.
NAWASA’s activities for this year is immensely supported by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) within the Integrated Climate Change Adaptation Strategies (ICCAS) Programme in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture’s Environment Division