St. David’s transition year class visit the Irish Aid Centre in Dublin for a work shop on development education
Well done to the staff and students involved!
Photos are now online from the Staff v Students football game – thanks to John Lennon. See the Gallery!
Special Olympics presentation by TY Module
I’m not Resistance. I’m not a hero. I’m a stormtrooper. Like all of them, I was taken from a family I’ll never know. And raised to do one thing. But my first battle, I made a choice. I wasn’t gonna kill for them. So I ran. Right into you. And you looked at me like no one ever had. I was ashamed of what I was. But I’m done with the First Order. I’m never going back. Rey, come with me.
Photos in the Gallery
Congratulations to our second year basket ball team, who won the Folen’s Donegal League at 2nd year and U16 level
Photos from our school concert available now in the Gallery!
Student Council Century Cinema Student if the Month.
In conjunction with Student Council and prizes sponsored by Century Cinema, staff have nominated the following students for setting a good example in class, around school and among their peers.
1st Jakub Bryg & Oskar Iszkulu
2nd Barry Gildea & Thomas Bridgeman
3rd Jakub Pawbask
TY Michael McGroary
More Photos in Gallery
Finished 3rd in Derryveagh Crystal Donegal School’s Golf
Great performance especially by Jack Patton (Captain) 37 pts with an eagle at the 16th hole in Dunfanaghy par 5. Mr Derek Doherty was delighted with team performance; Eoghain Harkin just back from injury also played very well on 34 pts. as did Dylan Mc Croary, Tom Doherty, Ronan Daly, Philip Cassidy and Evan Mc Croary
Ten students are going as helpers on the Diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes on the 22nd May. This photo is of some of the students at their bake sale in the Church of the Irish Martyrs last weekend. The students would like to extend their heart felt gratitude to their parishes and local communities for their support during their bag pack, cake sales and quiz. They have raised E3600
Members of Student Council with local councillor James Pat Mc Daid and PJ Patton beside one of two bicycle racks. Student council with the help of Mr Mc Daid secured a grant from the local county council for two bicycle racks for Student
Donal Farren who will represent Ireland at the upcoming International Linguistics Competition in India this Summer.
Well done to the TY Special Olympics group who followed up their fundraising quiz by volunteering in Letterkenny on Special Olympics Day.
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