Twenty-two schools are in with chance to win set of iPads

LEARNING AID: (From back) Taylah Williams, 10, Tallara Horan, 11, Samantha Creed, 11, and Zyrone Andrews, 11, would love to win The Observer’s iPad competition.
LEARNING AID: (From back) Taylah Williams, 10, Tallara Horan, 11, Samantha Creed, 11, and Zyrone Andrews, 11, would love to win The Observer’s iPad competition. Brenda Strong

GIVING students access to the latest technology could be as simple as participating in The Observer's iPads for Schools competition.

Readers have until the end of this month to win 10 iPads for their local school by collecting as many tok

ens as they can from The Observer and sending them to their child's school.

So far 22 schools have registered, but only the school with the most tokens will win.

Tokens can be dropped into an entry box at a registered school.

To find out whether your school is involved, check out the list on page 9 of Tuesday's edition of The Observer.

For full competition details see inside or visit www.gladstoneobserver.com.au/competitionterms.



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