Fun Run 2018

Well done to all who took part in our Parents’ Council Fun Run/Walk on Thursday. A special thanks to all who made such a huge effort in getting your sponsorship cards filled and to the past students, parents and visiting schools who came along to support us. The staff and management of Dunmore CS really appreciate your support. We hope you all enjoyed the day. All going well, you will get to see where all your sponsorship has gone after the Easter Break.

Jamie Bowens, Winner of the 2018 DCS Fun Run

There are more pictures of the event posted on our Facebook page.

Senior Cycle Options Night

Thanks to everyone that came along last night, and especially our 2 TY students, Sean Ryan and Jane Ryder, who spoke so well last night.

As promised, please find links to the presentations and the Subject choice videos.

6km Fun Run/Walk

Tomorrow will be a non Uniform day, so students are asked to wear PE gear for the run/walk and bring a coat and change of clothes/runners in case of bad weather. We will have class for the first 4 periods, and start the run at 12:00. On return to the school we will have awards presentation etc in the Sports Hall, followed by the lunch-break and returning to class for the last 2 classes of the day. (So please bring required books etc)

Thanks to all who have contributed so generously towards this Parents Council Fundraiser, to all who are running/walking the route tomorrow and a special thanks to the parents council for all their hard work in organising this fun event.

The staff and management of Dunmore really appreciator your help and support.

TY Debating

Well done to our TY Debating Team who took part in a debate today with Presentation College Tuam. A great day was had in Pres Tuam! Congrats to Sean Ryan, Niamh Doorey, Conor Mitchell and Jane Ryder who represented Dunmore and won best team, and to Sean Ryan for winning best individual speaker.

Juvenile Boys Football

Dunmore CS  4-08            Colaiste Iognaid 2-03
Well done to the Boys football team that overcame Colaiste Iognaid in the Connacht Quarter Final on Friday 23rd Feb. Strong winds on a blistering cold day in Belclare made for tough conditions. Unfazed, Dunmore went on to a convincing win, with impressive performances right across the panel! The semi-Final now awaits!

Chess – Connaught Finals

Congratulations to the four teams who represented Dunmore Community School in the Connaught Chess finals today in Galway. Two teams have qualified for the all Ireland finals.
Well done to all of those involved, special thanks to the TY students who helped out so much with training and organising the teams and to Ms Brogan for all her work.
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