July 21 deadline to submit contest registration forms


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 15 Jul 2003

PETALING JAYA: Schools have been calling Star-NiE because they are worried that they may have missed the deadline to register for the Best School Newspaper Awards 2003 contest. 

For those who missed the announcement in StarEducation on Sunday, the deadline for registration has been extended by a week for submission of registration forms. The new deadline is Monday, July 21. 

Many schools had earlier called up to say they had difficulties getting hold of the registration form printed in the June NiE (Newspaper in Education) supplement, hence the decision to extend the deadline. 

However, the deadline for the submission of a four-page school newspaper for the Best School Newspaper contest remains Aug 30.  

Teachers may mail or fax in (03-7955 4039) their school’s entry or registration form, which can also be downloaded from our website: www.thestar.com.my by double-clicking on the NiE or Education link. Details are also available. 

The list of schools taking part will be published in StarEducation on July 27, so watch out for it. If you would like a copy of the contest pullout, call us at 03-79671298 or email starnie@thestar.com.my 

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