Students Charlotte Carroll, Amy O’Donoghue amd Orla Lyons pictured recently at BT Young Scientist at RDS with Denis Naughten TD Roscommon. The students got special mention from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar who also attended.
The 5th Year LCVP Class presenting Mr. Tony McKiernan, Chairperson of the Ollie Cox Injury Fund Committee, with a cheque for 1168.40 euro.
Enrolment to 1st Year for September 2020 closes on Friday, 31st January 2020 at 1pm.
A wonderful time was had by all on Thursday last, 5th December, with local primary schools attending a matinee performance and a packed house for the evening performance. Featuring characters like Shrek and Donkey, Princess Fiona and the Ugly Sisters, the TY students did themselves and the school proud. Well done to all involved.
Fabulous fashion frolics were abundant when 5th year LCVP students presented a fashion show with a twist. With all proceeds going to the Ollie Cox Injury Fund the students raised over 1000 euro. Well done!
Our new Science wing will be the location for local primary students to present their Sci-fest projects on Wednesday 13th November. Continuing our tradition of high attainment in BT young scientist we look forward to meeting the Einsteins of the future!
Pupils from all local primary schools took part in a soccer blitz hosted by the students of Lanesboro Community College. It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase the new 3G Astro Pitch which has been developed in conjunction with Ballyboro football club. The partnership with Ballyboro is going from strength to strength with weekly training for boys and girls provided by FAI development officer Graham Kane and members of the club. Thanks Ballyboro!