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.
As a result of this, any files you have saved on the Computers or on the Server will be deleted. Please ensure that, before the 2nd of June, you have copied all files you will need next year onto a USB key. This is especially relevant to LCVP students.
We are also migrating to Office365 and as a result, we will also be closing your Google Account – so any files saved on your Google Drive/Email should also be downloaded onto a USB key.
A huge thank you to some of our 2nd Year students, Nadine Walsh, Aisling Kelly, Maeve Ryder, Megan Hanley, Amy Mullarkey, Leah McHolm and our TY Students Emma Turner and Sarahkate Nestor who did trojan work today in helping out with the Happy Hearts Appeal in various locations around the town. A huge thank you to the kind business people who gave our students refreshments and our appreciation to so many for contributing to such a worthy cause.
Congrats to our TY girls who participated in the Awakening Concert in Breaffy Sports Arena last week. It was a very special concert in aid of Pieta House and it was an amazing night for all the schools who were part of this amazing concert . We are very proud of our TY girls and would like to thank Ms.Higgins for her work with the choir and also Ms Clesham for her help throughout the preparations. A huge thank you to Siobhan Bradley and her committee for the huge amount of work, time and energy they put into this project.
Dunmore Community School recently held a six-kilometre walk to raise funds for the school. The walk was supported by the Parents Council and all students, teachers and many parents took part in what has become an annual event. Three generations of one family took part in the run. Student Sean Ryan was joined by his mother Jean Coleman and his grandfather Paddy Coleman. At the lively age of 92, Paddy completed the 6km in style, running the last few yards into the school to the applause of all gathered to cheer him on.