Table Quiz Tonight

We are all set for our annual Parents’ Council Table Quiz fundraiser tonight. Doors opening at 6:30, loads of prizes and a fun night guaranteed. Loads of great prizes. Please come along and support the Parents’ Council and your school.

Special thanks to all our sponsors, your support is very much appreciated.

Online Payments

In line with current best practice, Dunmore Community School is going Cashless. Going forward, payments to the school will be issued via text and email and payment can be made online and a receipt issued instantly.

Please note, payments may be made via the text sent to you, or via the email link sent out. We have also installed a debit card payment machine in the office for anyone having difficulty with the online method. However, we have no doubt you will find the method we have chosen is the simple, safe and extremely user-friendly.

We intend to roll this feature out with our current 3rd and 6th years for the upcoming Mock Fees later this week/early next week.

1st, 2nd and 5th Year Christmas Exams

Our 1st, 2nd and 5th Year Christmas Exams 2019 are taking place between Thursday 12th December – Thursday 19th December in the preassigned classes as outlined in the attached timetables. The majority of the exams are taking place in the double classes/single classes with English, Irish and Maths taking place in the Auditorium.

Senior Boys Basketball final

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. 

Business Studies Awards Ceremony

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. 

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