Re: Senior Cycle Enrolment. Emails have now been sent out to all 3rd and TY students with instructions and a link to our online application form. Closing date for applications is next Thursday, the 26th March.
Please carefully go through the information here before applying. http://www.dunmorecs.ie/index.php/senior-cycle-enrolment-2020-2021/
Kind Regards, DQuinn
Unfortunately, we will be unable to hold our annual Senior Cycle options night this year due to the uncertainty of COVID-19. Therefore, we will be using an online application process. The link to the application form will be sent to all 3rd year and TY student school based email accounts tomorrow morning. The form requires both the student and parent/guardian to complete and I would advise doing so from a laptop or computer. The form can only be filled in from the link sent to the students’ email account. I will text parents to notify them when this link has been emailed.
Prior to the filling in the application form, please have a browse of the presentations from last year and some websites of relevance that will assist you in making the decision on what option your child should apply for.
Please get in contact if you have any queries at principal @dunmorecs.ie or mscarry @dunmorecs.ie or deputyprincipal @dunmorecs.ie
PLEASE NOTE: DEADLINE FOR COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM IS THURSDAY the 26th MARCH.
The Department of Education and Skills has updated information for schools, preschools and third level institutions on Covid-19; provided by the Department of Health and HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre following a meeting of the National Public Health Emergency Team.
Anyone who has been to affected regions in the last 14 days and has a cough, shortness of breath, breathing difficulties or fever should self-isolate and phone their GP immediately.
Anyone who has travelled from the affected regions and has no symptoms should visit http://www.hse.ie/ for advice.
The most important action we can take to protect ourselves from Covid-19 is regular hand-washing and good respiratory hygiene.
This Tuesday was National Safer Internet Day. As teachers and parents, we all recognise the many benefits of the internet to education, as well as from the social point of view. It does, however, pose many dangers and it is important that we all keep ourselves informed on the everchanging online world that our children have access to. Webwise has many useful resources for parents here to help keep you informed. We hope that you find them useful.
Our 2020 Prospectus is now available to view below and on our General Info Menu. I look forward to calling into the local National Schools and meeting the 6th class students over the coming weeks with information packs and enrolment forms.
Reminder: Our open night for incoming 1st years is taking place Thursday, 27th Feb @ 6:45 pm. We look forward to meeting you and showing you around our school.
Our TY’s are holding a fundraising Tractor Run on the 1st March starting from the Dunmore McHales GAA carpark. Registration taking place between 12 – 1 and then leaving the carpark at 1:30. Please note: Participants are required to provide valid licence and insurance details at registration to take part and must follow marshals instructions.
€20 per tractor and Vintage tractors welcome. Further information from Ms Scarry, Darragh W or Andrew G.
As notified in a previous text, due to industrial action, our 1st Year Parent-Teacher meeting is now taking place next Monday, the 3rd Feb from 4:15 in the Sports Hall. Apologies for the short notice. Please note, 1st Year students are not requested to attend with their parents/guardians for this meeting.
The Junior and Leaving Mock Timetables are now available on our Downloads page.
Special thanks to Mark Molloy, Environmental Awareness Officer of Galway County Council, who came to visit our Green Schools Committee last week to talk to them about the importance of water conservation and reducing the use of plastic bottles. Thanks to the help of Mark, and the generous sponsorship of Galway County Council we had a water bottle filler and fountain installed before Christmas. Already, the Green Schools Committee have noticed a noticeable drop in the number of plastic bottles going into our recycling bins each day. They would like to encourage all students to please use refillable bottles each day to help in reducing our plastic usage going forward. @GalwayCounty @GalwayCoCo