Best of luck to our senior team who play CBS Ennistymon in the West Region Final tomorrow in Ballinfolie Castlegar Neighbourhood Centre at 11am. This is a repeat of last years Final & we hope to bring home the cup two years in a row. This is a talented group of lads & they had a great win over Spiddeal in the semi final.
As per our calendar, please note the 5th Year, LCA 1 and TY Parent Teacher Meeting takes place this Tuesday, the 3rd Dec from 4:15pm.
5th Year and LCA1 students are asked to accompany their parent/guardian. (Our TY students do not have to attend). Please notify Main Office @ 093 38203 before 1:15 pm on Tuesday if you are unable to attend.
On Monday 25th November our Guidance Counsellor Ms. Scarry and all our 6th years got the opportunity to learn what IT Sligo has to offer our students for September 2020. They offer a fantastic variety of courses ranging from science, social science, business, and engineering. Check out www.itsligo.ie
Thirty Leaving Certs accompanied by our Guidance Counsellor Ms. Scarry and Ms. Stockhaus attended Options West in the Galway Bay Hotel. Our students got a fantastic opportunity to gather information about third level courses, PLCs, joining the Defence Forces, the Gardaí etc There were also a wide variety of specialised talks and information sessions available.
Our Junior girls travelled to Ballyhaunis this week to play the 3rd round of the competition. Ballyhaunis had won their two previous games & the girls knew it would be a really tough game. The girls had a slow enough start but when they settled into the game they began to play very good football. It was a great battle with both teams taking the lead at different stages in the game. In the dying minutes we were two points down when Eimear Glynn kicked a high ball in to the net. We battled hard to hold onto the lead until the final whistle. The girls were delighted with the win!
A huge congratulations to Conor Mannion, TY, who attended NUI Galway’s Junior Cert Business Studies 2019 Awards ceremony. Just over 50 students from 29 schools across Connacht were recognised on the night for their outstanding achievement of a distinction in their Junior Cert Business Studies exam. Conor is among only 1.8% of students nationwide who sat the exam to receive a distinction. Conor is pictured with his teacher Ms. Martina Duignan, Mr John Mchale, Dean of the College of Business, Mr Tom Acton, Head of School of Business and Economics, Ms Johanna Clancy from the Business School and Ms Margaret Mcdonnell, President of the Bstai.
Well done to our U16 and U19 girl’s coached by Ms.Canny who had great victories over Presentation College Headford today. These wins secures their rightful place in the Regional Semi-Finals/finals on Thurs 28th November. U16s were slow to get started but by the 3rd quarter, their fast break abilities and aggressive defence shone to finish with a scoreline of Dunmore 45 Headford 26. Special congrats to our topscorer Mairead Glynn who scored 32 pts over the 2 games! The U19 girl’s worked so hard with some fabulous basketball for all to watch today finishing Dunmore 42 Headford 35. Best of luck U16s who take on Glenamaddy and U19s who take on Colaiste no Coiribe in finals hosted by DCS!