Saint Eunan’s Staff are engaged in online JCT training on Monday 25th of January.
There will no facilitation of online classes for that day.
Students should use that day to catch up with any outstanding work or assignments.
Lockdown or not, our student supports continue….
Our updated Technology Guide is available to help you work from home. Also our productivity and study guide is useful in these times!
On behalf of our entire St Eunan’s College community we want to say a huge Congratulations to Hari Pranavam, St Ceallach who came 3rd in the Technology Intermediate Individual Category of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. We are so delighted for Hari in winning this prestigious award and on behalf of the whole school Community, we pass on our congratulations to him, his Parents and his Science Teacher, Mr. Harkin. Well done Hari.
Letter from Principal McCroary, January 2020
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With today’s announcements from the Government, please find timetable for accessing student lockers to remove books and materials.
Congratulations to Hari Pranavam in 3rd Year who has qualified for the Virtual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.
Hari has qualified in the Technology Category with his project
Building a Noaa Weather Ground Station.
The Virtual Exhibition will take place on the 6th – 8th January 2021
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any emergency COVID-19 information regarding the safety of our students.
Some Past Pupils call in to see us this week and to receive Awards from last year. Oisin Nee, left, and Rory Doherty, right, have made remarkable contributions to St. Eunan’s College. Rory received his award for carrying out the duties and role of Head Boy so well and diligently throughout the last year. Both Rory and Oisin have played music at every event in the school throughout their years in the school including school masses, awards ceremonies, and graduation masses. Unfortunately the only Graduation Mass they did not get to perform at was their own which could not take place. on behalf of the entire school community we wish to extend our thanks and wish the boys the best of luck in the future.
We were delighted to welcome back Ronan Daly, from last years Leaving Certificate class. Ronan is this years very worthy recipient of the Charles Farrelly Memorial Cup which is awarded to our overall Senior student of the Year. Ronan made a remarkable contribution to St. Eunan’s College throughout his years here and we are so proud to mark his contribution and wish him all the success that we are sure will await him in his future.
As 2020 draws to a close, we remember Callum Friel who left us this year.
Your presence we miss
Your memory we treasure
Loving you always
Forgetting you never.
From everyone in Saint Eunan’s College.
Many thanks to Callum’s Year Head, Ms. McAllister for organising his memorial.
A presentation made to the St. Eunan’s College by the DLDC on behalf of our Syrian students.
It’s to thank the school for helping these young men settle in.
Pictured are Obada Serawan (5th Yr Syrian student) presenting a gift to Ms Niamh McCay, EAL Coordinator, on behalf of the College.
Also present Abdul Rehman Rasaq, senior international mentor.
Pictured are Phil and Patch from Letterkenny Food Bank along with Ronan Coady and Mathew Whoriskey, representing St. Francis class from St. Eunan’s class in St. Eunan’s College with their generous donations to this worthy cause
St Eunan’s College is committed to the development of the whole person while endeavouring to foster in the student a positive sense of self worth within a Christian and caring environment. The college constantly strives to achieve positive change, leading to the continuing evolution of structures which can serve the needs of each student.
Our aims include;
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