Mr Gay McManus presenting the key of the Principal’s Office to the new Principal, Mr Declan Quinn.
Best wishes to Gay McManus who retires from his role as Principal of Dunmore Community School. Gay, originally from Milltown, started his teaching career here in 1982 as a Business Studies teacher before moving to Portarlington. He returned to Dunmore CS as Principal from 2007 – 2017.
All here at Dunmore Community School would like to take this opportunity to wish him a long, healthy and happy retirement.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Declan Quinn as the new Principal of Dunmore Community School with effect from the beginning of the new school year.
Declan has been a member of our teaching staff since 1999 and taught Technical Graphics, Woodwork, Design & Communication Graphics and IT.
We would like to wish him the very best in his new role.
Dcs 3-6 Colaiste Cholmcille Indreabhain 3-5
There will be no matches on the pitch this week… Unless we start playing water polo
Well done to our junior team who had a convincing win over Vocational school Athenry. We have won all our group games and will progress to the next stage of the competition. (M.Grehan)
Students putting Boolean logic into practice in their Maths class to celebrate George Boole day. L.McGovern
TY Students Niamh Burke,Dearbhla Neenan,Rachel Diskin,Rachel Turner,Cathal Heneghan,Shane Raftery and James Quinn along with Community Youth Worker Bernie Conlon attended the Comhairle na nÓg AGM and related activities at Claregalway Castle recently.Over 170 students from secondary schools in Co.Galway were in attendance. B.Clesham
DCS TY students enjoyed a wonderful trip to Bord Gais Theatre recently to see the stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s award-winning novel “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”. A truly amazing show, a spectacular visual experience. Great day had by all
Our first year girls travelled to Mountbellew to take part in a football blitz. Some of our transition year students were mentors and also helped to officiate on the day. The girls had a great day.
Our Junior girls had a convincing win today beating Gairmscoil Mhuire Athenry 7-32 to 0-1. It was a great team performance.