Fashion Fusion Show:
The fifth year LCVP class raised €1168.40 from their “fashion show with a twist” last Thursday. This money will go to the Ollie Cox Injury Fund to help renovate his house and make it more accessible. We are very proud of the class’ hard work and dedication and all the money they raised for this brilliant cause.
The Transition Year students finished their final week of jiving. They thoroughly enjoyed line-dancing, jiving and waltzing, and would like to give a special thanks to jiving instructor Sandra Ganley from Jiving Teens.
On Wednesday, 13th November, Lanesboro Community College hosted a SciFest event. This year marks the fifth annual event in our school’s history. Students from primary schools from the local area were invited. It was a remarkable event and congrats to Bláithín McElgunn and Conor Lyons on a joint first place win.
On Thursday the 14th of November, our TY and 5th Year students took part in the first round of the 33rd Irish Maths Olympiad. This national contest is for all students with an interest in Maths. Well done to everyone who took part!
On Thursday the TYs received a talk from the inland fisheries given by Sarah Healy and Fisheries Officers . The TYs will continue to receive regular talks for the next coming weeks.
Congratulations to the U16 girls team who recorded an excellent win over Collumba College on Friday the 8th of November. They will now progress to the next stage of the tournament. Well done!
Well done to the Senior girls team who also won their match on Monday the 11th of November against Mullingar Community College.
The sixth year students were visited by representatives from UL and NUI Maynooth this week. We hope they learned from these talks and now have a better idea of what these colleges are like.